Seli Topi

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Seli topi

This Seli Topi (Silk or loosely woven cap) was worn by Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Sri Guru Angad Dev Ji, Sri Guru Amar Dass Ji, Sri Guru Ram Dass Ji, Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji and Guru Hargobind. A genuine Seli topi worn by one of these Gurus is lying at the the Fort of Kartarpur, District Jalandhar, Punjab, India.

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The sword and seli topi of Guru Hargobind at Kartarpur.

GURDWARA MANJI SAHIB This was the residence of Bibi Rup Kaur (daughter of Guru Har Rai Sahib). She was married to Bhai Khem Karan of Pasrur (district Sialkot), on November 4,1662. She spent rest of her life at Kalyanpur (now a part of Keeratpur Sahib). In this Gurdwara some relics belonging to Bibi Rup Kaur have been preserved. These are: an embroidered handkerchief, a hand-fan, a volume of hymms and a Seli-topi (a sort of cap). The last one belonged to Baba Sri Chand who had gifted the same to Baba Gurditta (grandfather of Bibi Rup Kaur) and Bibi Rup Kaur had received it as a gift from her grandmother.