Gurudwara Sahib Pushkar
According to various historical records, Gurudwara Sahib Pushkar was visited by the two most famous Sikh Gurus in the past – Guru Gobind Singh Ji and Guru Nanak Dev Ji during their visit to the Rajputana States in 1706. They were hosted by the priest Chetan Das during that period. The place where the last Guru of the Sikhs, Guru Gobind Singh stayed was formerly known as Gobind Ghat, and later it was renamed as Gandhi Ghat.
A beautiful stone slab located under a kiosk is inscribed as Gobind Ghat in four different scripts i.e. Gurumukhi, Persian, Devanagari, and Roman. There is a historical hukamnama, which is inscribed on bhojpatra which states that it was gifted to priest Chetan Das by Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji, which is still in possession of the serving priest of the Gurudwara. A handwritten copy of Guru Granth Sahib – the religious scripture of Sikhism is also in Possession of the main priest here.
A modest gurdwara was built in Pushkar in the early nineteenth century to honor the arrival of both Guru Nanak Sahib Ji and Guru Gobind Singh Ji. This was later scrapped for repair and reconstruction purposes, and a stunning white marble Gurdwara was built in its place.
Here are some ways to reach the gurudwara:
By Air: The nearest airport to Pushkar is the Jaipur International Airport, which is approximately 140 kilometers away. From the airport, you can hire a taxi or take a bus to reach Pushkar.
By Train: The nearest railway station to Pushkar is Ajmer Junction, which is well-connected to major cities in India. From Ajmer, you can take a taxi, auto-rickshaw, or bus to reach Pushkar, which is about 15 kilometers away
By Road: Pushkar is well-connected by roads, and there are regular bus services from major cities in Rajasthan and nearby states. You can also hire a taxi or drive your own vehicle to reach Pushkar via the national and state highways.