15 Km from Agra, Dayalbagh is a unique pilgrimage and tourist
site in India. The memorial of Shiv Dayal Sahib the founder
of the Radhasoami Satsang movement, who started this religious
organization in 1861, is located in Dayalbagh, Agra. The Radhasoami
movement combines elements from Hinduism, Christianity, Sikhism
and Buddhism. You can see the Radhasoami memorial in Dayalbagh
Agra, on tours to Agra with Agra Hub.
Shiv Dayal Sahib, who lived from 1818-1878 and was known as
Soami Maharaj by his disciples, was the first of the Guru's
or religious leaders of the Radhasoami sect. He is worshipped
at this grand memorial that is a combination of temple, gurudwara,
vihara and mosque. The Radhasoami memorial is 110 feet high,
has impressive pillars and is made of pure white marble.
The building is continuously under construction. Work has
been going on at this building for over 100 years. The followers
believe that tending the memorial is an ongoing process. You
can see the work in progress at the Radhasoami memorial in
Dayalbagh Agra, on tours to Agra with Agra Hub.
The marble structure of the Radhasoami memorial at Dayalbagh
Agra has fine pietra dura inlay work on the inner walls. You
can actually see the work of pietra dura being carried out
by the marble cutters and artisans working on the memorial
in Dayalbagh Agra on tours to Agra with Agra Hub.
Agra Hub offers you tours to Agra, which show you the historic
monuments in Agra including the Radhasoami memorial at Dayalbagh