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Takht Damdama Sahib

Talwandi Sabbo is hardly 35 km. from Bathinda city where Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji examined the loyalty of Bhai Dalla. The holly book Guru Granth Sahib Ji was written at this place by Bhai Manni Singh Ji. Guru Ji take Dam (rest) for 9 months 9 days and 9 hours. Guru Ji also blessed this town with education by calling it Guru Ki Kashi. The Punjabi University has now setup a Regional center for M.B.A. and other postgraduate studies. The Old antiques like Gun, Stamp, Sword, a Portrait, a Magic Mirror and blood strained dress of Guru Ji remind the last battle fought by them. Matchbox size Guru Granth Sahib and much more has been kept in Gurudwara and in Bhai Dalla's Hous

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Shri Hazur Sahib

akhat Sachkhand Shri Hazur Abchalnagar Sahib is the most significant Gurdwara located in Nanded, Maharashtra.

It is one of the four high seats of Authority of the Sikhs. Guru Gobind Singh, the 10th Sikh Guru died in Nanded and his ashes are covered in the Sach Khand Shri Huzur Gu

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Nanak Jheera

Location : Bidar, Karnataka
Significance : Largest Gurudwara In Karnataka
Feature : Natural Fresh Water Spring
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Muktsar

Muktsar the city of Gurudwaras is 50 km. away from Bathinda is recognized as 'Guru Ki Daab'. The place is famous for the last battle fought by Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji, in which the group of 40 warriors helped Guru Ji and died who left them in Anandpur Sahib by writing 'Bedawa'.

Muktsar is situated at a distance of 45km from Faridkot. Muktsar has many attractions including Sikh shrines and a number of Gurudwaras such as Rikab Ganj, Datan Sahib, and Dukhbhajan Sahib etc. Most of these remind us of the incidents

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Harmandir

Harmandir was in Patna, far from Punjab, where Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Guru of the Sikhs who consolidated the soldier sect, was born in 1660.

The Harmandir Takht, one of the four holy shrines of the Sikhs, stands at this holy site, The original temple was built by Maharaja Ranjit Singh and contains belongings of the Guru and Sikh holy texts. As a sign of reverence, it is also called Patna Sahib by the Sikhs.

The Harmandir Temple, also referred to as Patna Sahib, is the second most important » read more

Gurdwara Tarn Taran Sahib

Around 1590 Guru Arjan Dev set out on a tour of the country between the rivers Ravi and Beas. Here Guru Arjan Dev bought some land and laid the foundation of a Gurdwara in honor of Guru Ram Das and started the excavation of a tank even bigger than » read more

Gurdwara Sis Ganj

Near the Police Station, Chandini Chowk the good-looking golden domes of the Gurudwara Sisgunj immediately strike your eye. It commemorates the site of the ninth guru of the Sikhs, Guru Teg Bahadur's martyrdom. The Guru was beheaded by Aurangzeb 1675. The gurudwara has been absolute from time to time and it tough to tell apart the original structure anymore.

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Gurdwara Patal Puri

Guru Hargobind in 1644 as well as Guru Har Rai in 1661 was cremated here. The ashes of Guru Harkrishan were brought from Delhi

Gurdwara Keshgarh Sahib

The Historical Gurdwara Of Kesgarh Sahib. At Takht Kesgarh Sahib , Khalsa Was Born On The Day Of Baisakhi.Now Baisahi is celebrated with lot of JOSH all over punjab.Also the farmers cut their crops on this day and enjoy a lot.

The congregation was shocked and afraid, the third time Guru Gobind Singh repeated his call, Daya Ram stood up and offered his head. Guru Gobind Singh took him into a tent. The sound of a sword cutting a body was heard and blood trickled out of the tent. Guru Gobind Singh emerged from the tent and asked for another Sikh. Dharam Das stood up and volunteered. Again the same episode was repeated. Three more Sikhs offered their heads t

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Gurdwara Dera Baba Nanak

After a duration of travel and converting the masses Guru Nanak settled down here at Kartarpur on his farm on the banks of the river Ravi. Guru Nanak discarded his » read more