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What is Sikhs pilgrimage?

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There are many Sikh Pilgramages, however, these are the main and most prominently known places of Sikh worship.

-Golden Temple (Har Mandir Sahib)

- Anandpur Sahib

- Hemkund Sahib

- Damdama Sahib

- Patna Sahib

- Poanta Sahib

- Manikaran

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