2. Gurudwara Bangla SahibA beautifully constructed Gurdwara and a really big one too, it's a place where you come close to history of Sikhism through the use of technology.The way they Use modern gadgets for inducing spirituality and to make an unfamiliar person like me, come across the history is really really amazing.The ambiance of that place - the Devotees sitting and doing paaths, those chants of shabads echoing in it's environment, touching your inner soul, sitting besides the water there, everything is amazing.
How to reach Bangala Sahib Gurudwara: Rajiv Chowk is the nearest metro station. Come out towards Janpath Exit Gate. From here Bangla Sahib would be 15 minutes’ walk.After having tasty Prasad at the Gurudwara I headed to the Agrasen Ki Baoli, one of my favorite place in Delhi. An Old and Historical monument with 108 Steps. There are graffiti on the walls outside the Baoli. I don’t know why I have so much of love for this place. I always suggest people to go there.
9. Eat Langar at Bangla Sahib
Gurdwara Bangla Sahib, situated in the heart of Delhi's Connaught Place, has a langar that feeds an astounding 10,000 people every day. People from all walks of life are welcome to partake the humble food.