Legends of Gurudwara Sri Narayan Hari
According to the legends, Saint Sri Narayan Hari had visited Kullu in 1940 from his native place Kamalpur (now in Pakistan) and had settled down in Manikaran. Initially the place was unknown except for two hot water springs. Narayan Hari worked on the Gurudwara building and his 50 years of long labour bore fruit in the shape of the present Gurudwara. There is an artificial cave built close to the Gurudwara by the Saint himself. Sadly, Narayan Hari left for heavenly abode in 1991. At present his daughter and his son-in-law looks after the Gurudwara management themselves.
Visiting Information of Gurudwara Sri Narayan Hari
Nearest airports to Gurudwara Sri Narayan Hari are at Chandigarh and Delhi. The airport at Bhuntar (Kullu-Manali airport) is 10 kilometres from the town. Nearest railheads are at Pathankot and Chandigarh. Regular bus and coach services are connected with Kullu to Delhi and Chandigarh.
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