Gurdwara Sahib-Akali Thakat is also known as the Golden Temple. Built in the place called Amritsar in Punjab, India, this temple is the core of religion Sikhism. Based on a belief in God and 10 Guru, Sikh Bible, the religion was founded by Guru Nanak, in the early 16th century and was taken over by others who have mastered perceptele 9 GURU them in a form that strict and fundamnetalista is found today in the practice of monks Sikh Golden Temple. The temple is built mostly of white marble, building a beautiful, tall, with several rooms, which distinguishes between the main hall, a room with tall columns and a sanctuary centrally located and richly decorated with precious stones solid gold jewelry, among whom there is Sikh Bible. Any person, regardless of religion caste, nationality or gender, have access to the temple, of course without shoes and with head covered.