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“Pather Sahib Gurudwara” refers to a Sikh shrine located in Leh, Ladakh, India. It is a Gurudwara (Sikh temple) that holds religious significance for Sikhs. The name “Pather Sahib” translates to “stone shrine” in English.

The Pather Sahib Gurudwara is situated on the Leh-Kargil Highway, about 25 kilometers away from Leh.

It is believed to be associated with Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the founder of Sikhism, who is said to have visited the site during his travels.

According to the legend, Guru Nanak Dev Ji was confronted by a demon while meditating at this spot, and he overcame the challenge through his spiritual powers.

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The Gurudwara is known for its unique location, surrounded by beautiful natural landscapes. It is also notable for a large rock that is believed to bear the imprints of Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s back.

Devotees and visitors come to pay their respects, seek blessings, and participate in the religious activities and langar (community meal) offered at the Gurudwara.

Pather Sahib Gurdwara
By Goutam1962 – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0,

How To Visit:

To visit Leh by road there are two routes, one is via SRINAGAR {J&K} and the other is via MANALI {HP}. Both the roads are closed from November to May every year due to excessive snowfall and remain open from June to Oct.

As Leh is located at a high altitude, one can have breathing problems due to the paucity of oxygen. Visitors are advised to consult their doctors and arrange proper woolen clothes before embarking on this journey as the temperature falls beyond -20 degree in Winter.

The 25-km road from Leh to the Gurdwara Pathar Sahib is in good condition. Visitors can go by bus or taxi. The Gurdwara Sahib is located next to the main road near Magnetic Hill Ladakh.

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