New Delhi, Jagran Correspondent. Nagar Kirtan will be held in the capital Delhi on Monday to mark the 550th Guruparab of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. During this time, the city Kirtan will pass through several routes. A large number of school children and devotees will be present in it. In view of this, traffic will be changed at many places on the Nagar Kirtan route. The traffic police has advised the drivers to avoid going on the Nagar Kirtan route on Monday.
Additional CP AK Singh of the traffic police said that on November 11, the city kirtan would be taken out from Shishganj Gurdwara at Chandni Chowk. It will start at 10 am and end at 9 pm at Gurdwara Nanak Pyaw on GT Karnal Road. Thousands of devotees will attend it. The Nagar Kirtan will start from the Shishganj Gurdwara and end at Gurdwara Nanak Pandu Sahib via Kodiyapul, SPM Marg, Church Mission Road, Khari Baoli, Lahori Gate Chowk, Qutub Road, Azad Market, Roshanara Road, Shakti Nagar Chowk. Because of this, traffic on these routes will be changed.
Traffic Police has mainly diverted traffic at 23 places. It consists of Subhash Marg-Lal Quila crossing, Town Hall, Ajmeri Gate, Rani Jhansi Road, Faiz Road, Mori Gate Chowk, Nagia Park Road, Roop Nagar Chowk, Azadpur Crossing and Parade Ground Tea Point.
Sadar bazaar will remain closed on Guru festival
On November 12, Sadar Bazar, one of the biggest markets in India, will be closed on the occasion of Guru Nanak Dev’s 550th Prakashotsav and Ganga Snan. Rakesh Yadav, President of Qutub Road Traders Association and Rajendra Sharma, General Secretary of Federation of Sadar Bazar Traders Association, have given information about this. He said that on November 11, a bhandara will be organized by putting a platform at the place in the market to welcome the city kirtan.