Sri Darbar SAhi has been granted the ‘most visited place of the world’ by ‘World Book of Records’ (WBR), a London-based association that inventories and confirms world records.
General secretary of India part, Surbhi Kaul, and leader of Punjab section, Randeep Singh Kohli, gave this honor to SGPC boss secretary Roop Singh and other senior authorities at Teja Singh Samundari Hall, on Friday.
Kaul said her association gives the honor after at regular intervals and the Golden Temple has been given this honor based on perceptions produced using September onwards.
“Lakhs of lovers visit this heavenly place of worship, and the footfall is expanding constantly. This is the reason the WBR has granted it,” she stated, including, “Up until now, eight spots, including Shirdi Sai Baba, Vaishno Devi and Mount Abu, have gotten this honor.”
Kohli said the Punjab section suggested Golden Temple for this honor two months back to Santosh Shukla, leader of WBR’s India part. “This honor resembles paying deference here”, said Shukla.
Kohli said they are wanting to give these honors to Durgiana Temple at Amritsar and Attari-Wagah outskirt, which likewise witnesse a colossal footfall.
The WBR group, in any case, couldn’t offer palatable responses to questions with respect to the criteria that decide this honor.
Talking on the event, the SGPC boss secretary said however the sanctum has been colossally mainstream as far back as its establishment, the footfall has expanded since the live broadcast of gurbani kirtan. He said overall more than one lakh lovers visit the place of worship each day.
“The legacy road, an undertaking of the SAD-BJP government, has contributed a ton to pulling in fans and guests to this sacred holy place,” he included.
He said the SGPC was attempting its best to encourage the fans under the direction of its leader Kirpal Singh Badungar.
Afterward, he respected the WBR group with ‘siropas’ and a model of the Golden Temple.