Gurudwara Sahib Manikaran is a Sikh gurdwara in the Manikaran Valley in Himachal Pradesh, India. It is said to have been founded by Guru Nanak Dev, the first guru of the Sikhs, in the 16th century. The gurdwara is located at an altitude of 1,760 meters (5,774 feet) and is surrounded by mountains. The hot springs at the gurdwara are believed to have healing properties. The gurdwara is a popular tourist destination and a place of great spiritual significance for Sikhs.
– Gurudwara Sahib Manikaran flooded after heavy rains in Himachal Pradesh – Manikaran Sahib gurdwara premises submerged in water, devotees safe – Himachal Pradesh: Gurudwara Sahib Manikaran flooded, water flows above main bridge – Heavy rains cause flooding in Manikaran Sahib, devotees, tourists stranded – Manikaran Sahib gurdwara premises damaged in floods, restoration work underway
he heavy rains in Himachal Pradesh have caused flooding in several parts of the state, including the Manikaran Valley. Gurudwara Sahib Manikaran, a popular pilgrimage site for Sikhs and Hindus, was also flooded. The premises of the gurdwara were submerged in water, and the main bridge leading to the gurdwara was also damaged.