Bullet Points - Part II (Mumbai to Mizoram) - Nanded & Hyderabad
Aurangabad to Nanded Around 300km....
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Takhat Sachkhand Sri Hazur Abchalnagar Sahib
On reaching station,we directly headed towards the Gurudwara,hiring auto. You can already see the majestic golden gurudwaras top from station. It is beautifully decorated in golden from inside also.Langar:Remember, one is supposed to keep their heads covered in the gurudwara premise.We then went to the Langar (kitchen/canteen where food is served in a Gurdwara to all the visitors, without distinction of faith, religion or background, for free). Having food there was a different experience altogether. Langar expresses the etiquette of sharing, community inclusiveness and unity of all humankind. Do lend a helping hand in serving food for their kind generosity. The pristine white surrounding of the gurudwara gave a great sense of calm and peace.After spending few hours,resting and taking a round of the big beautiful gurudwra we went out.
Grab a kulfi or lassi from the stalls (Prakash ,Sai etc) just outside the gurudwara, to get away from the summer heat and head towards Nanded Fort.Though only remains are left but still worth a visit. Sensuous Godavari River encloses the fort on three sides.We walked around the place on foot.This was the MINI PUNJAB, a rare thing in southern part of India. On the way we saw many complexes for visitors to stay at a very cheap price too. There were many shops selling traditional punjabi dresses and other accessories which one can totally buy.Lastly,we visited the gurudwara beside river ghat. After attending evening aarti, We sat beside the river to watch the sunset.