The Golden Temple, situated in the city of Amritsar in the territory of Punjab,is a position of incredible magnificence and radiant serenity. Initially a little lake amidst a peaceful woodland, the site has been a reflection withdraw for meandering vagabonds and sages since profound artifact.
The Buddha is known to have invested energy at this place in thought. Two thousand years after Buddha's chance, another scholar holy person came to live and think by the serene lake. This was Guru Nanak (1469-1539), the organizer of the Sikh religion. After the passing without end of Guru Nanak, his pupils kept on frequenting the site; throughout the hundreds of years it turned into the essential hallowed place of worship of the Sikhs. The lake was expanded and fundamentally contained amid the authority of the fourth Sikh Guru (Ram Dass, 1574-1581), and amid the initiative of the fifth Guru (Arjan, 1581-1606), the Hari Mandir, or Temple of God was fabricated