Radha Swami Satsang Dera Beas is a place where you can indulge yourself in spirituality and enhance your divine aura. Officially termed as Dera Baba Jaimal Singh, this place is settled in Amritsar, in North India, at the Bank of Swash Beas. The heads of Radha Soami Satsang Beas were Baba Jaimal Singh Ji Maharaj and Soami Shiv Dyal Ji, who later became leaders of different communities in our Radha Swami community.
The first and the foremost leader of Dera Beas community was Sant Shiv Dyal Singh Ji Maharaj. At present it is under the patronage and saintly governance of Babaji Gurinder Singh Ji Maharaj who is officially appointed as the leader of RSSB. These saints guide individuals in the journey of inner-self acknowledgement, educating and leading them to the path of Ruhaniyat, Surat Shabad Yoga, Sewa, and so much more. Their training is known as Santmat.
We must make Simran a part of our daily routine to get closer to God and our inner self. There are various beautiful centers that are managed under this community in different parts of the world, named Satsang Ghar. There are also a number of hotels in Beas made for seekers to stay. To get a life under the guidance and supervision of spirituality in the Radha Swami Community, one must be really fortunate. Life is too short to stay stuck in the infinite cycle of worldly pleasures, under the spiritual emanation, one must take the path that leads to God.
Golden Temple in the city of Amritsar is one of the major metropolises of the Sikh religion. The Golden Temple is a sacred sanctum. All the gold and exquisite marble work was done under the patronage of our respectable leader Ranjit Singh, Maharaja of the Sikh Kingdom of Punjab. Everyone is warmly welcomed here, irrespective of religion, color, caste or race.
The restrictions that however prevail, are that, the person entering the Gurudwara be a non-alcoholic, a pure vegetarian and must be free of all sorts of addictions or drug habits.
The Golden Temple is among the most notorious lodestones of Punjab, and is a must-visit tourist destination in Punjab. The holiest sanctum of the Sikh faith, this is also deified by people exercising other persuasions. The tabernacle is beautiful, with a subcaste of Gold plating covering the utmost of it. This is what gives it the name, Golden Temple. It also has a brilliant radiance of glow in the summer sun.
Surrounding this temple is a wide yet tender pool of water that gives cool breeze and peace to the visitors. If you are looking for inner peace and calmness, this place will give you everything you’re looking for.
The morning and evening prayers held in the temple daily, arouse a deep sense of harmoniousness in the heart. Near this breath-taking temple are some of the best hotels in Beas that you can stay in for as long as you want, and explore Amritsar.
Gurdwara Shri Baka Bakala Sahib is located in the city of Baba Bakala which is in Amritsar, a city in Punjab.The Gurdwara is on the Gurdaspur Road that is about 8.1km down from Beas. It's known for its association with the 9th Sikh Guru, Shree Guru Tegh Bahadur ji, Mata Ganga and Baba Makhan Shah Lubana ji. This Gurudwara is made in the sacred memories of Shree Guru Tegh Bahadur ji.
Followers of Shree Guru Tegh Bahadur ji meditate here 20 times a day. A special place where he used to meditate and worship is reserved by his disciples. He used to meditate there for hours before the eighth Sikh Guru,' Guru Hari Krishna' ji, handed over the Gurugaddi to him and named all his followers' Baba Bakala'.
Shree Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji was born on April 1, 1621 in Amritsar and his parents were Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji and Mata Nanaki Ji. His former name was Tyagmal. Shree Guru Tegh Bahadur ji was the proprietor of a godly form, having a serious and intrepid nature from a young age.
Gurudev used to remain focused in devotion for hours. Shree Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji educated him under his glorious supervision. In 1634, he came to Kartarpur with his father. After that he along with his father won many battles of Kartarpur. Seeing his courageous and brave self, his father named him Teg Bahadur from Tyag Mal.
Jallian wala Bagh is a popular place near the golden temple. This place is famous for an unfortunate tragedy that happened decades ago where a mass killing was done by Britishers. It became the burial ground for thousands of innocent people, including women and children.
These two major destinations make Amritsar a tourist destination. A large number of people visit Amritsar every year to experience the divine bliss of the atmosphere in Golden Temple, shop in the local markets, sight-seeing, and to have a taste of the delicious cuisines served only in Punjab. The most wonderful aspect of this place is the warmth and hospitality of the people. This also gets reflected in the hospices and deaneries spread across the megacity which provides a good, comfortable place to stay and succulent food to go on with it.
Amritsar has a history of spirituality that has motivated Radha Swami Satsang Dera Beas to settle here. Apart from the famous places mentioned above, there are also a number of other Gurudwaras and temples here. One of the most famous churches here is St. Paul’s Church.
In addition to all the spiritual destinations, there are a variety of other things that you can do in Amritsar. Some of these things are going to malls for movies and shopping, shopping in the local markets of Amritsar, visiting the Gobindgarh fort, having a walk in the company bagh, dining at famous rooftop restaurants., and so much more!