Located in a small town called Rewalsar in Himachal Pradesh is a Sikh shrine known as Gurudwara Rewalsara. This gurudwara constructed by the followers of Guru Gobind Singh is situated in the Mandi district. Built using stones this gurudwara comprises of 108 steps. Furthermore, in close proximity to this gurudwara lies a tank that is supposed to possess healing properties. In addition, this gurudwara is apparently popular with Buddhists as well.
a. Best time to visit Gurudwara Rewalsara
The climate at this temple is best during the summer which begins in March and ends in June with the temperature ranging from a maximum of 28 degree Celsius to a minimum of 18 degree Celsius.
b. How to reach Gurudwara Rewalsara
Gurudwara Rewalsara Map
1. By train:
The closest railway station to this temple is located in Jogindernagar. The Jogindernagar Railway Station is well connected to several major cities in the country.
2. By road:
If you intend to drive to this gurudwara the ideal starting points would be New Delhi, Chandigarh, Ludhiana, Jalandhar, and Amritsar.
- Via New Delhi:
There are two routes from New Delhi to this gurudwara, and they are via NH44 and via NH205.
- Via Chandigarh:
There are three routes from Chandigarh to this gurudwara, and they are via NH205, via Una-Hamirpur Road, via Una-Hamirpur Road, and via Una-Hamirpur Road, and Jahu Nerchowk Road.
- Via Ludhiana:
There are three routes from Ludhiana to this gurudwara, and they are via Una-Hamirpur Road, via NH205, and via Una-Hamirpur Road and Una Jahu Nerchowk.
- Via Jalandhar:
There are three routes from Jalandhar to this gurudwara, and they are via Una-Hamirpur Road, via Una-Hamirpur and Una Jahu-Nerchowk Road, and via NH205.
- Via Amritsar:
There are three routes from Amritsar to this gurudwara, and they are via Una-Hamirpur Road, via Sri Hargobindpur Road and Una Hamirpur Road, and via NH4.
3. By air:
The nearest airport is located in Bhuntar, a town in the Kullu district at a distance of 60 km. The Kullu-Manali Airport is well connected to major cities in the country.
c. Religious significance of Gurudwara Rewalsara
There is no major religious significance or myth attached to this gurudwara apart from the fact that it was built by the followers of the 10th Sikh guru, Gobind Singh at the site where he met with Raja Siddh Singh, a former king of the Kullu region.