Virasat-e-Khalsa is a gallery of Sikhism, situated in the heavenly town, Anandpur Sahib, close Chandigarh, the capital of the province of Punjab. The historical center praises 500 long periods of the Sikh history and the 300th commemoration of the introduction of Khalsa, in light of the sacred texts composed by the tenth and last human master, Guru Gobind Singh. There are two buildings at each side of a gorge, associated by a formal extension. The littler western complex incorporates a passageway court, a hall with 400 seating-limit, two-story research and reference library, and changing display exhibitions.
The eastern complex contains a round remembrance working and additionally broad, changeless display space, comprising of two bunches of exhibitions that attempt to bring out the post engineering of the district most apparent in an adjacent Gurudwara and frame a sensational outline against the encompassing bluff landscape. The social event of the exhibitions in gatherings of five mirrors the Five Virtues, a focal tenent of Sikhism. The structures are developed of poured set up solid; a few pillars and segments stay uncovered, however a lot of the structures will be clad in a nearby nectar shaded stone. You can come to visit this place with your family members.