Reckoned as one of the PanjTakhts, TakhatSachkhand Sri Hazoor Sahib is located on the bank of the river Godavari in the Nanded, Maharashtra. The holy shrine is built was built between 1832 and 1837 during the reign of Maharaja Ranjit Singh (1780–1839) at the same place where the Guru Gobind Singh died. Unlike other guridwaras in India, here all the ancient customs are still practices like sandal-wood tilak is still applied on the foreheads of priests and local devotees; and the evening aarti is also organized each day. Inside the shrine complex, one can also visit the vault where the exhibits of Guru Gobind Singh are exhibited. As exciting as this sound, Hazur Sahib is a must visit for the god lovers to satisfy spiritual thirst. And if you want to explore TakhatSachkhand Sri Hazoor Sahib there is no better way than signing up forthe the 'Hazur Sahib Tour' offered by Tour My India. By signing up for this tour, you will experience all the major happenings at the shrine and visit all the gurudwaras sprinkled in the city. For more details, go through the detailed itinerary mentioned below.