This heavenly white-marble gurdwara (Sikh sanctuary), bested by flickering brilliant onion vaults, was developed at the site where the eighth Sikh master, Harkrishan Dev, remained before his 1664 passing. In spite of his delicate years, the six-year-old master kept an eye on casualties of Delhi’s cholera and smallpox pestilence, and the waters of the enormous tank are said to have mending powers. It’s loaded with shading and life, yet quiet, and live reverential melodies float over the compound.
As at all gurdwaras, free dinners are served to explorers every day. Simply inside the passageway to the complex is a little gallery, chronicling the historical backdrop of Sikhism and its masters and saints.