If you are from a Punjabi family then it is guaranteed that your relatives will be abroad. Over time, this has evolved into a trend, particularly among the younger generation, migrating abroad to countries like Canada, Australia, and the United States. But did you know that there is also a special gurdwara that can confirm your trip abroad?
Yes, we are telling the truth! Gurdwara Talhan Sahib, located in Adampur, a small town near Jalandhar in Punjab, is famous for ensuring that anyone who goes there and donates a toy airplane, his visa is granted!
So how did this faith come to be? You may be wondering what is the history behind Talhan Shaib Gurdawarra!
History of Talhan Sahib Gurudwara
Talhan Sahib, which is truthfully named after Shaheed Baba Nihal Singh Ji, is a 150-year-old Gurdwara. With all the toys being plain, it is now also called ‘Aeroplane Gurdwara’! Although it is not clear how this belief developed, the authorities there have made it clear that they do not believe in this superstition, but how can people stop it?
Thousands of people visit gurdwaras every year, especially with just one thought in mind, to be able to go abroad. It is also a desire to the reluctance of Punjabis to go abroad, whether they are young students with a desire for education and a better future, unemployed youth, or even elderly parents pausing to meet their children who have settled outside India. Are done.
In addition, Talhan is located in the Doaba region of Punjab, also known as the NRI belt of the state. Almost every city in the region is filled with English-speaking coaching centers; Institutions that help students prepare for the English language test IELTS, or education advisors ensure admission to foreign universities. The entire process, including admission and visa application, can cost several lakhs of rupees.