Guru Nanak Bagh

Guru Nanak Bagh

This is the first ever gurbani based garden that will exhibit the entire range of trees/plant species referred in the Sri Guru Granth Sahib along with the related Gurbani quotes.

Guru Nanak Bagh covers 5-acre land, situated at a historical Gurdwara, Gurusar Sahib in Patto Hira Singh village in Moga, Punjab. This garden is dedicated to Guru Nanak Dev ji on his 550th Gurpurab and it will serve as a live workshop, an exclusive educating centre for our children, youngsters and the elders to bridge the gap between Sikhism and Nature.

It will attract people of all faiths & religions, environmentalists & nature lovers, scholars & professionals, devotees and all those who seek personal and spiritual benefit.

Why Guru Nanak Bagh ?

Our homeland Punjab is suffering from critical environmental situation. Today a huge Sikh population that lives in Punjab is breathing poor quality air and drinking contaminated water. Our tree cover has reduced down to 3.5% in Punjab which ideally should be 33%. In the last 8 years we have learnt that our current generation hasn’t valued the nature and environment the way our Gurus have taught us. Hence there is a dire need to establish an educational centre for our generation to experience gurbani and nature. This project highlights this beautiful relationship that Guru Nanak has described in his bani.

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