450 Words Golden Temple Essay In English
The famous Golden Temple is located at Amritsar. It is also known as Hari Mandir and Darbar Sahib. This is the most sacred shrine of the Sikhs in India.
The golden glitter and the Solemn hymns of the great shrine attract every devotee. Thousands of devotees visit this shrine every day and listen to the message “O frail being, I return to the path of the Divine and forsake materialistic pleasures.
Your being represents divine essence. Therefore, return to the Divine path which will bring bliss and glory to your soul.
Why have you forsaken such a glorious path? Why have earthly pleasures attract you so much? Are you unaware of the fact that all those that are born, have a die one day? Seek your destiny through a return to this immortal path of spiritualism”.
Many devotees were impressed very much with the above message of the holy hymns of the Guru Granth Sahab.
The temple Stands in the middle of a Sarovar which is known as the Amrit Kund. A marble path runs around the tank and a marble bridge leads to the temple. Lofty buildings stand around the Path.
The exquisite golden glitter of the dome is constructed out of golden plates in highly enchanting of the human eye. The temple has four silver doors.
The exterior glitter of the temple impresses every new visitor as if ‘gold and silver’ were nothing as compared to the spiritual sermons of the holy Granth Sahib kept within the sacred shrine.
The most important aspect is ‘An invitation to the human being to return to the glorious path of spiritual Renaissance’. Every morning and evening, we can listen to these holy sermons which are recited by the high priest.
The Akal Takht facing the shrine is a five-storeyed building and it is separated from the latter by open space.
To the Southwest stand a seven-storeyed building ‘Baba Atal’. This building was built in memory of Atal Rai’ the son of Guru Hargobind. It is the highest building in Amritsar.
Pilgrims from all over the country visit this holy shrine. Even the sight Seers from all over the world visit this shrine and they are enchanted by the beauty of the building and the spiritual sermons emerging out of the shrine on the days of the festival.
On Diwali day, the holy Shrine presents a charming sight. The whole building is lit up with thousands of lamps. The reflection of these bulbs adds to the beauty of the sight.
Amritsar is a holy city where millions of due devotees throng every year to pay homage to the great Gurus.