There are some other holy shrines around in and around the golden temple complex. These include Sri Akal Takht Sahib, Kaulsar, Ber Baba Buddha Ji,Dukhbhanjani Beri, Har Ki Pauri, Gurdwara Manji Sahib, Gurdwara Thara Sahib, Langar Hall, Shaheed Bunga Baba Deep Singh, Nishan Sahibs, Central Sikh Museum.
Gurdwara Manji Sahib :
Manji Sahib is situated in the east side’of Harimandir Sahib. It is near the building of langar First this place was a garden known as Guru Ka Bagh. When the construction work of Harimandir was on, Guru Arjan Dev ji used to hold a darbar hear. Now a days a very big hall known as Guru Nanak Hall has been constructed here. On the occasions of Gurpurbs thousands of people sit here to hear poetic symposiams and Kirtan Darbars. Katha Vaachak and learned priests address the congregation for many days
Gurdwara Lachi Beri :
Gurdwara Thara Sahib (Ath Sath Teerth)
Near Gurdwara Dukh Bhanjani Beri there is a sacred Masonary platform. It was used by Guru Ram Dass ji and Guru Arjan Dev Ji to supervise construction work of the holy sarovar and Harimandir Sahib.It is said that Nawab Wazir khan was also cured here of the disease of dropsy. Baha Budha Ji placed one bag full of Mud at the belly of Nawab.Wazir Khan and he was relieved of the pain of dropsy
Shaheed Bunga Baba Deep Singh :
Baba Deep Singh was a devoted Sikh scholar and head of the Shaheedi Misl. He was also first chief of the Damdami Taksal, a Sikh seminary. When Guru Gobind Singh went to Daccan, he asked him to stay at Damdama Sahib and also advised him to prepare more recensions of Guru Granth Sahib Ji.When Ahmed Shah Abdali demaged Harimandir Sahib and filled the sacred tank with garbage, he vowed to avenge such an ugly act of Afgan invader. He persuaded a large number of Sikhs to march towards Amritsar. When a suicidal squad of 6000 Sikhs reached Tarn Taran he drew up a line and asked the Sikhs to cross that line only if they were willing to lay down their lives All the Sikhs crossed the line and Sikh forces proceeded towards Darbar Sahib. In the fierce battle Baba Deep Singh was wounded in the neck while still four miles away from the city But he vowed to reach the Parikarma of Harimandir Sahib.It is said God blessed hun with Divine power. Baba’s head was almost severed from the body But he gripped and supported his head with one hand and continued killing the enemy with the other hand.At last he reached the Parikarmas of Darbar Sahib The place where Baba Deep Singh placed his head in the circumambulation of Harimandir Sahib, a memorial has been established, which is known as Shaheed Bunga Baba Deep Singh ji All the pilgrims visit this memorial and they bow before it with great reverence. There is also installed a board on which brief history of this place has been written.
Har Ki Pauri (Steps of God)
It is situated on the eastern side of the Harimandir Sahib It is said that Guru Arjan Dev Ji used to sit on this step to contemplate the Name of God. Now the pilgrims seek blessing of God and sip drops of nector from this step of God. But washing of face and hands is strictly prohibited. The platform has been broadened for the facility of the devotees. On the first floor continued Akhand Paaths are recited There is manifested a Guru Granth Sahib Ji which in size is biggest through out the wood .Its page size is 9 feet square and letter size is 3 square inch. It is said that during the construction of Darbar Sahib, the God Himself sat at this place to take part in the construction of Harmandir Sahib
Guru Arjan Dev Ji himself named this site as Har ki Pauri or Step of God.
Nishan Sahibs :
Guru Ka Langar (Free Community Kitchen)
First free Community kitchen was started by Guru Nanak Dev Ji at Kartarpur ( Pakistan). The concept of the Guru ka Langar was of evolving a castleless society Guru Angad Dev Ji strengthened this tradition. He made further progress in this respect The management was in the hands Bibi Khivi, wife of thc Guru. She used to look after the provisions, the preparations of the meals and distribution among the people sitting together.Guru Amar Dass ji further consolidated the Langar Tradition and propounded the idea of PehlePangat, Phir Sangat meaning thereby that who so ever visited to meet the Guru should first partake Langar. According to historians. Emperor Akbar and king of Haripur could meet the Guru only when they had taken food in the Langar When Guru Ram Dass Ji started the task of constructing of new city at Amritsar, he also started Guru ka Langar.
Now a big two storeyed building stands near the Guru Ram Dass Niwas. In this building more than four thousand devotees can partake Langar at one time. All the devotees and visitors who come to payhomage to Harimandir Sahib, are provided with free Langar.
Gurdwara Shaheed Ganj Baba Gurbax Singh :
Central Sikh Museum
This museum is situated on the first floor of the main entrance of the Golden Temple here are displayed rare paintings of the Sikh Heroes and great men of Sikh history, There is also a rich collection of rare documents, antique coins, manuscripts, old arms and Hukamnaamaas. It is said that lot of material and documents were damaged during the Operation Blue Star
Bunga name was given to the tall mansions built by Sikh Sardars around Harimandir Sahib. When these Sikh Sardars were visting Amritsar, they used to stay in these bungaas. These Bungaas also provided residence for the pilgrims It is said that 84 Bungaas were constructed by Sardars of different Misals. But the names of all these Bungaas could not be confirmed. Now there are only two Bungaas which has been renovated by the Ramgarhia