Virasat-e-Khlasa

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SARBY S
The Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield, UK52 bidrag
Familie
This fabulous museum is a must see for anyone interested in Sikhisim, After visiting the Gurdwaras we went to this striking building, Entry was free. and there were no queues . On one side was a special exhibition for the 550th anniversary of Guru Nanak, this was interesting, but: the main buildings was mesmerising !

Please take an ID card or Driving Licence as you will need to leave it as a deposit for the free Audio Guide, apparently people are removing them from the building where they don't work out off site! We had to leave a creditcard as we didn't have enough ID cards for our teenagers, thankfully it was returned safely .

The exhibition audioguide were in English/Punjabi :and beautifully informative with stunning displays using the full height of the structures, The amazing visuals tell the stories of the Guru's, Maharajas and Sikh's during British Rule through to partition and ethos of the Khalsa in the modern world.
It needs 3 hours to do it justice and give it the attention that it deserves.
I was humbled to meet a security guard that appeared to be smartly dressed Sikh Guard but wore a badge "Rafi Mohammed "
We curiously asked was this his name, he proudly said he was a muslim and was stunned by this example of secularism and tolerance in India at a time of global religious tension.
I felt truly uplifted and inspired as a sikh by this museum and I beleive it is a real asset and centre piece that explains the legacy and heritage of Sikhism I can understand why it is the most visited museum in India and a must visit if you want to enhance your knowlege of the Khalsa( sikh population)
Skrevet 28. desember 2019
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Maninder
6 bidrag
Familie
It’s just awesome like tak mahal .must visit and check this hotel to stay .Very near to virasat e Khalsa
Skrevet 3. september 2019
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Suchig06
New Delhi, India588 bidrag
Familie
Sikh virasat (heritage) combines grandeur, valour, service and simplicity in an unbeatable best blend. Since its opening in Nov 2011, Virasat-e-khalsa museum became the most-visited one in the country in its first 5 years. It is a tribute to the 500 years of sikh heritage. The most visitor-friendly and interactive museum in Bharat, it houses a research and reference library, arcaded water gardens and walkways, auditorium, audio-visual resources, many exhibit galleries and a souvenir shop, cafeteria and facilities.

Awesome ticket and queue management system across the road of the museum! Free entry pass allows up to 10 people to enter the museum. Once 150 visitors enter the premises, ticket window stops issuing pass for 15 minutes and resume the service very timely. Fast track queue (no waiting) is for people who can pay 100 per person and need not wait. The museum is closed on Mondays.

As you enter and walk up the ramps within the museum, a folk musical treat (recorded and played) with light show glides an admirer into daily life of locals in any village of Punjab. The design and art work across this gigantic building is absolutely stunning. I could not ask for anything better.

Various sections display art, culture, literature, history through musical tribute, FREE audio guide (great quality and perfect info about displays) can be obtained by submitting original photo ID that one gets back towards the exit of main complex. Statues in the historical section are better than Madame Tussaud's museum. Eye balls, skin and even hair on the skin of statues is so real, Photography cannot do any justice to this place. 2 hours is enough for someone not interested in reading about the displays. For a true admirer 3 hours or repeat visits would be good. Excellent souvenir shop but they must add statues of locals in traditional dresses so people can photo shoot with those statues. NO general instructions SIGNAGE pr boards, posters etc. adds to the beauty and feel of this wonder.
Go for it!

While at the ticket counter, lots of snack shops and vendors around are good time pass if you are in queue. Pass has a mentioned time duration so do not get it in advance and decide to go later.
Skrevet 22. juni 2019
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Sukhwant
Jammu City, India34 bidrag
Familie
This place has huge building consisting of shallow water body made by human. The culture of punjab is shown by various illustrations like pictures, lights, sculptures etc.
The only thing is the name as this place represents the culture of punjab and only few aspects of khalsa so don’t expect this place solo khalsa history or culture.
Skrevet 18. januar 2019
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Harpreet_Chd
Gurgaon, India677 bidrag
Familie
It’s hard to find such an awe inspiring concept in a small town in India. It’s even harder to imagine its roughly 19 years old. Very well designed, beautifully conceptualised and extremely well maintained, Virasat-e-Khalsa offers a chance to the visitors to experience Punjabi culture, know about Sikhism (both about the religion as well as a way of living) and gives a perspective about how Punjab and Punjabis have evolved over the course of history and time.
Designed by the well known Israeli architect Moshe Safdie, the monument complex was built to commemorate 300 years of the Khalsa (as laid down by Guru Gobind Singh, the 10th Sikh Guru). It consists of 2 functionally integrates set of buildings, joined by a bridge. With the mountain ranges acting as the backdrop, and an evening sun providing a scenic panorama, the complex itself is a sight to behold. Once you enter the complex, you start the tour of the museum that follows a narrative style, with equal emphasis on history, the Sikh faith, culture and the Punjabi diaspora. While the emphasis is on showcasing the origin of Sikhism and the lives of the Sikh Gurus and kings, the audience is able to experience the culture and habitat of the public in those periods, prominent seasons, food habits, work profiles, their attires, what they grew, their dances and songs, it is actually a capsule of how Punjab evolved. And all this is done in a digitally interactive manner- with an Audio tour guide available at a nominal fee at the entrance itself, and large Plasma screens guiding the audience on the tour.
The complex has ample parking space, toilet facilities and nice and clean, there is a canteen that offers vegetarian Indian snacks and coffee, with the ubiquitous Maggi stalls and even a small souvenir shop that sells some interesting books and trinkets. A must visit, especially if you are an NRI paying a visit to these parts.
Skrevet 28. juli 2018
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Shivdular Dhillon
Patiala, India174 bidrag
Forretning
A truly world class destination nestling in the Shivalik foothills. The architecture is a masterpiece of the the renowned Moshe Safdie. The content is truly inspiring and the setting and upkeep matches the best anywhere. It is a must visit
Skrevet 9. april 2018
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RAJENDRA884 PRASAD
Faridabad, India3 246 bidrag
Venner
This museum or cultural center has been built a few years and presents the origin and purpose of Sikh religion. It showcases the achievements of great warriors of Punjab. A must see place.
Skrevet 28. februar 2018
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sonavic
Jalandhar, India106 bidrag
Familie
This is made by the government of Punjab and this place is dedicated to Khalsa Virasat. This place is owsome. Huge area is covered to make this auditorium where the life of sikhs and gurus is reflected through light and sound system
Skrevet 7. februar 2018
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harsimran21
Patiala, India184 bidrag
Alene
It's a very big Museum showing the history of Punjab and khalsa....the representation of history by the beautiful use of sound and lights will never let you bore... you will enjoy this visit
Skrevet 30. oktober 2017
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GuruSingh55
Bhopal, India25 bidrag
Familie
From outside only you get attracted by the design of the building and as soon as you enter the building you will see the posters of the culture of Punjab as you move across the building there is a history of Khalsa defined in a very beautiful way
Skrevet 5. september 2017
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