Sri Harmandir Sahib
Regarded as the sacred seat of Sikhism, the Sri Harmandir Sahib—also known as the Golden Temple—symbolizes egalitarianism and humbleness. Finished in exquisite gold and marble work with a gilded dome, it is surrounded by a holy tank (Amrit Sarovar) and four entrances that welcome people of all faiths. People from all over the world visit this holy place for spiritual peace and calmness, and pay respect to the Holy Scripture, the Guru Granth Sahib. It draws more than 100,000 devotees every day, and even serves free hot meals (or langar) to everyone, irrespective of religion or social status. When the golden hues of the Gurudwara reflect on the glistening water below, it is truly a sight to behold!