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Built in 1517 to commemorate Guru Nanak Devji's visit, founder Guru of Sikhism, Gurudwara Pathar Sahib has a fascinating legend to it.
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All days of the week
6:00 AM - 7:00 PM
1 to 2 hours
ABOUT Gurdwara Pathar Sahib
In the land of Buddhism and beautiful serene monasteries, the appearance of a Gurudwara on the Leh-Nimu road will make you peer closely to ensure you are seeing right. Steeped in mythology, Gurudwara Pathar Sahib was built in 1517 to commemorate Guru Nanak Devji's visit, founder Guru of Sikhism. In fact, Guru Nanak Dev is revered by Buddhists who regard him as a saint. 

Steeped in faith and legends, impressions on the large rock, enshrined in the gurudwara and covered by a holy cloth, are believed to be the imprint of Guru Nanak Devji's shoulders, head, back as well as foot, and is revered by Sikhs and local Lamas. The Gurudwara was built and is maintained by the Indian Army. Right at the entrance of the Gurudwara, on a plain white board, are listed the Mool Mantra, root verse, from Guru Granth Sahib. Upon attaining enlightenment, Guru Nanak Devji's first utterance was the Mool Mantra and it essentially encapsulates Sikhism's entire theology.
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"A Holy Place, right on the road. Why should one miss it?”"
reviewed on Jun 20 2014
The Gurudwara is located on the main highway about 20 km from Leh towards Kargil. Clean, well kept and has a mythological history attached to it. Even if you have to visit it as a tourist what is the harm in spending 20 mins there.You will feel refreshed after having langar (free food) a yummy ginger tea and boondi. there is a hundreds of years old boulder here which has the impression of Guru ji's body. the gurudwara is very well managed by the army.
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