Some articles on golden temple, temple:
... Harmandir Sahib or Darbar Sahib, informally referred to as the Golden Temple or Temple of God, is culturally the most significant shrine of the Sikhs and one of the oldest Sikh Gurudwara ... Devotees, for whom the temple is a symbol of freedom and spiritual independence, come here from all over the world to enjoy its environs and offer their prayers ... The Golden Temple sits on a rectangular platform, surrounded by a pool of water called the Amrit Sarovar ...
... The Maha Bodhi Society Temple, a relatively new structure, was then built with the main shrine replicating the historic tower at Bodh Gaya ... Temple as built is a brick structure with a central tower of 55 m (180.4 ft) height ... of the Buddha has also been built at the entrance to the temple, which is made of granite and it enshrines a relic of the Buddha ...
... approached Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale and moved to the Golden Temple (Harmandir Sahib) complex where he served food in the Sikh free kitchen (Guru ka Langar) ... In the Golden Temple complex, Manbir Singh stayed in room number 53 of Guru Nanak Niwas along with Giani Joginder Singh, Malagar Singh Babbar, Singh and Gurtej Singh ... Singh Chaheru, died while leading a band of Sikhs in fighting Indian army at the main entrance of Golden Temple during Operation Bluestar ...
... hundreds of troops and police surrounded the Golden Temple ... hundreds of Sikhs were ordered to move out of the Golden Temple ... Jinda and Sukha’s fathers were presented with gold medals by Golden Temple priest ...
... Falna Jain golden temple is a temple built at Falna near the famous Jain temple Ranakpur (Rajasthan) ... It is the first Jain golden temple that has been built in the country by the Jain community of Falna in Rajasthan (near Ranakpur) ... The specialty of the temple is that about 90 kg ...
Famous quotes containing the words temple and/or golden:
“One sorry fret,
An anvill Sparke, rose higher,
And in thy Temple falling, almost set
The house on fire.
Such fireballs dropping in the Temple Flame
Burns up the building: Lord, forbid the same.”
—Edward Taylor (16451729)
“Firm in our beliefs without dismay,
In any game the nations want to play.
A golden age of poetry and power
Of which this noondays the beginning hour.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)