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Gurudwara Data Bandi Chhod Qilla Gwalior

In Gwalior Fort, Gwalior 474008, India
+91 751 248 0040
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Very holy place

Gurudwara is situated on fort Gwalior. It is very clean place. Every one should visit here. Any... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Pramod T
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A Spiritual Experience

Out of the two famous Gurudwaras in Gwalior, Gurudwara Data Bandi Chhod located at Gwalior Quila... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
ansh1981
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Gwalior, India
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In Gwalior Fort, Gwalior 474008, India
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+91 751 248 0040

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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Gurudwara is situated on fort Gwalior. It is very clean place. Every one should visit here. Any months one can visit

Thank Pramod T
Reviewed 1 week ago

Out of the two famous Gurudwaras in Gwalior, Gurudwara Data Bandi Chhod located at Gwalior Quila fills you with a sense of calmness, peace and spirituality. One would love to spend hours here.

Thank ansh1981
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

As a part of Fort visit, visited gurudwara and their we came to know about the history behind the gurudwara. We sat there in prayer hall and listen to Shabad Kirtan.

1  Thank Neeraj60
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

THIS Gurudwara Sahib is a historical Gururdwara Sahib where Sixth Guru of Sikhs; Guru Har Gobind Singh Ji spent more than a year.... The Guru was kept in exile; however on realizing his mistake, the emperor informed about His release. Guru Hargobind Singh Ji instead...More

1  Thank gssaini1977
Reviewed September 15, 2017

This is must visit place. As usual, clean, calm and serene place to sit for a while and pray. The compound is very well maintained and it houses a museum as well about Sikhism and especially of this Gurudwara. Loved it.

Thank Rishabh S
Reviewed September 4, 2017

good location located at gwalior fort very pleasant place its situated at mount en at height very nice

Thank HOTEL H
Reviewed August 30, 2017

There is a strong history behind this gurudwara. That Guru Gobind Singh ji was taken a prisoner and then released But he would not go alone He demanded the release of all the other prisoners with him. Melodious Burbank played as we took a Parikrama...More

Thank Garima66
Reviewed August 2, 2017 via mobile

The Gurudwara is quite close to the Gwalior Fort. The Sikh Guru Hargobind Singh Sahib was held prisoner here and was released by Mughal Emperor Jehangir at the request of Queen Noorjahan. The Guru succeeded in freeing 51 more prisoners with him. Thus the Gurudwara...More

Thank shobha l
Reviewed July 29, 2017 via mobile

If you are at Gwalior , u can't miss to visit this gurdwara and take the blessings with the wonderful Langer food.

Thank Devansh2302
Reviewed June 28, 2017 via mobile

The temple is very good and also it is very beautiful the carvings are awesomely carved and it's beautiful

Thank HA ki V
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Legend has it, that Empress Noor Jahan, wife of Jahangir, requested him to release Guru Hargobind Singh from imprisonment at the Man Mandir, which was converted into a prison by the Mughals. Jahangir agreed and set the Guru... More
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