Hint:Guru Nanak Ji's divine journey or journey called Udasis. Through these Udasis (religious journeys), he visited the sanctuaries of the different faiths, met people of different religions, and called his new way. Thirdly Guru Nanak Dev Ji left home in his famous Udasis.
Let us discuss Guru Nanak .Guru Nanak is known as the founder of Sikhism. The basic tenets of Sikhism, described in the scriptures by Guru Granth Sahib, include faith and meditation on the name of one creator; the unity of all mankind; to engage in self-sacrificing work, to fight for social justice for the benefit and prosperity of all; and honest conduct and livelihood while living the life of a homeowner. Guru Granth Sahib is worshiped as the supreme authority of Sikhism and is regarded as the last and lasting title of Sikhism. As the first principal of Sikhism, Guru Nanak has donated songs to the book.
On the third trip, Guru Nanak visited the following places:
A. Himachal Pradesh: Kullu, Manikaran, Mandi, Rewalsar, Una
B. Uttarakhand: Garhwal, Haridwar, Mountain Kaagbhusundi, Nanak Matta, Uddham Singh Nagar
C. Kashmir: Srinagar, Mattan, Baramulla, Berwa (Budgam), Anantnag
D. Ladakh: Leh
E. Tibet: Lhasa, Mounting Sumeru
F. Nepal: Kathmandu
G. Sikkim: Chungthang, Gurudongmar Lake
Hence, the correct answer is option (C).
Note:At a young age , Guru Nanak left home and spread her message of Ik Onkar or One God and took it upon herself to enlighten people with the message of the true God. He has traveled extensively in India and abroad on foot, covering some miles. He closed the range for more than twenty four years spread out at Udasis or on five separate trips.