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  • #REDIRECT [[Gurdwara Guru Gobind Singh Ji, Mandi]]
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  • ...for Guru Granth Sahib. Accommodation for pilgrims is not available in the Gurdwara but can be had elsewhere in the town.
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  • ...urudwara_Shri_Guru_Gobind_Singh.JPG|thumb|right|300px|Gurdwara Guru Gobind Singh Ji with its Sarovar in the foreground.]] ...t the area on the invitaionof Mandi's ruler [[Raja Sidh Sen]]. Guru Gobind Singh stayed here for a little over six months. His tents were set up on the ba
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  • [[Image:Gurdwara_gobindd_singh.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Gurdwara Guru Gobind Singh]] .... While moving towards south guru gobind singh ji stayed here. Guru Gobind Singh stayed at Sirsa on his way from Damdama Sahib (Talvandi Sabo) to the South
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  • ...The shrine is associated with the tenth master of sikhism Shri Guru Gobind Singh. ...ds provided by [[Maharaja Ranjit Singh]]. It is named Gurdwara Guru Gobind Singh Sahib Patshahi Dasvin.
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  • * [[Gurdwara Harian Vailan]] - [[Guru Har Rai]] * [[Gurdwara Baba Lakho]] -
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  • ...Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee. 1. Fauja Singh, ed. Travels of Guru Gobind Singh. Patiala, 1968.
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  • * [[Gurdwara Akalgarh Sahib (Gharuan)]] - [[Guru Har Rai]] * [[Gurdwara Ambb Sahib]] - [[Guru Har Rai]]
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  • ...wara Guru Gobind Singh Sahib Patshahi Dasvin (Saluri)|Gurdwara Guru Gobind Singh Sahib]] present over there.
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  • the Guru Sahib was wearing. This pair of shoes can still be seen at the Gurdwara This Gurdwara is located in village Siyana Saiyadan, five kms from Pehowa on the Pehowa C
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  • [[Image:Tari.jpg|thumb|right|300Px|Gurdwara Tarhi Sahib]] ...ongs west of Gurudwara Qatalgarh Sahib. It is said that when [[Guru Gobind Singh]] and his three [[Sikh]]s came out of the Garhi on the night of December 7-
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  • ...called Gurdwara Rakabsar Sahib. That separated Rakab is still kept in the Gurdwara. ...birthdays of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Guru Gobind Singh Ji and shahidi purab of Guru Arjun Dev Ji are celebrated with great fervour here. Besides, the Magh Mela
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  • ...flatroofed room in the middle. The Gurdwara is managed by the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee through a local committee.
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  • =='''Gurdwara Bagh Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji Ka'''== over a dozen Sikh families, natives of the place, live in Ahraura. The Gurdwara, an old type building with many small rooms, is along the main street.
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  • ...g [[Anandpur Sahib]] halted here. There is a historic well here from which Guru ji and his sikhs used water. Gurdwara Manji Bur Majra is situated along Guru Gobind Singh Marg in Village Bur Majra. It is 8 km. east of Chamkaur Sahib and is 13 km.
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  • * [[Gurdwara Damdama Sahib Patshahi Dasvin (Nagrauli)]] * [[Gurdwara Gurpalah Patshahi Dasvin (Bathu)]]
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  • ...birthdays of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Guru Gobind Singh Ji and shahidi purab of Guru Arjun Dev Ji are celebrated with great fervour here. Besides, the Magh Mela ...bbi Sahib on the Guru Harsahai-Muktsar bypass. It is three kilometers from Gurdwara Tuti Gandi Sahib, Muktsar.
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  • Gurdwara Guru Gobind Singh, Ashram Luján ...Guru Gobind Singh.png|thumb|Siri Guru Granth Sahib at Gurdwara Guru Gobind Singh, Ashram Luján.|alt=|none]]
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  • ==Gurdwara Patal Puri, Kiratpur, Dist. Ropar== ...that his father Guru Tegh Bahadur had been executed in Delhi. Guru Gobind Singh traveled from here to Anandpur Sahib for the cremation of his fathers head
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  • [[Image:Manaktabran12.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Gurdwara Manak Tabra]] ...yed at this Place for two days and headed towards [[Anandpur Sahib]] via [[Gurdwara Nadha Sahib]].
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  • ...on pitcher and it got an whole and was saved and still floating in River. Guru Sahib said ...a [[Gurdwara Guru Gobind Singh Ji, Mandi]], [[Gurdwara Rawalsar Sahib]], [[Gurdwara Gurukotha Sahib]] commencerates his visit.
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  • ...Guru was pursued by the [[Mughal Army]] and it was at this site where the Guru paused and rested, blessing this village with his presence. * Read more at [[Gurdwara Manji Sahib (Alamgir)]]
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  • ...ahidganj hpt L copy.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Gurdwara Shahid Burj (Bhai Jiwan Singh)]] said that it was in this Gurudwara that the [[Kalgi]] of [[Guru Gobind Singh]] Ji was presented to Bhai Jaita ji. A Baouli Sahib was also discovered in
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  • This Gurdwara is associated with the Tenth Guru, Guru Gobind Singh Ji. He spent a night here while on his way from Kapal Mochan to Kurukshetra This Gurdwara is located on the Hanuman Road, near Hanuman Gate, about one km from Jagadh
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  • ...tive Sikh and head of the only Sikh family in the village, looks after the Gurdwara.
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  • [[Image:Jandsaraab.JPG|thumb|right|300px|Gurdwara Jandsar Sahib]] ...Guru Gobind Singh]] used to disburse largesse (gifts) to his warriors. The Gurdwara now comprises a domed sanctum, with a small sarovar adjacent to it.
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  • ..., the commander of an imperial patrol in search of him, suspected that the Guru might be posing as the Pir, stopped and interrogated the party. ...those of a pipal tree. The villagers see in this peculiarity Guru Gobind Singh's own miracle.
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  • ...ilding of Gurdwara Lakkhi Jangal, constructed and endowed by Raja Harindar Singh (1915-89) of Faridkot state, has since been replaced by a bigger hall, with 1. Gian Singh, Giani, Twarikh Gurduarian. Amritsar, n.d.
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  • [[Image:Gurdwara-Bahadaur-Bb.jpg|thumb|350px|right|Gurdwara Bahadaur]] ...[[Guru Gobind Singh]] came here in the course of a hunting excursion. The Gurdwara is located inside the village.
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  • '''Guru Gobind Singh ji in J & K''' Gurdwara Sahib in Jammu and Kashmir related with Saheb sri Guru Gobind Singh ji but according to ‘Mahankosh’
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  • ...ara is called Mahji Sahib in which a few old weapons are on display. The Gurdwara is managed by the local sangat. 1. Fauja Singh, Guru Teg Bahadur : Yatra Asthan, Paramparavan te Yad Chinh. Patiala, 1976
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  • ...k Committee]].Although it is managed by a local committee. The Birthday of Guru Nanak Devji is celebrated with great fervor here. Amavasya (new moon day) o Gurdwara Bad Tirath Sahib, Village Haripura, Punjab is located on the Abohar Ganga N
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  • But the fort is almost ruined now. [[Nishan Sahib]] can be seen from gurdwara on the Hill Top.
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  • ...Sant Seva Singh of Anandpur Sahib in 1962. It is managed by the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee.
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  • ...ied by the visits of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Guru Har Gobind Ji and Guru Gobind Singh Ji the village of Takhtupura has Separate Shrines dedicated to each one of ...y mound. In the year 1975 Sant Darbara Singh of Lapon constructed the main Gurdwara with the help of the devotees on the site of an old mud hut. The new six-st
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  • is why at the time of last rites the saying of Mata Sahib Kaur and Guru Gobind Ji are recited. ...always remains locked. It was repaired during the reign of Maharaja Ranjit Singh. The old building was later demolished and this new domed structure was bui
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  • ...ld pool, converted into a lined sarovar, is at the back of the shrine. The Gurdwara is maintained by the village sangat. 1. Santokh Singh, Bhai, Sri Gur Pratab Suraj Granth. Amritsar, 1927-33
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  • ...a Deep Singh. The muzzle-loader is believed to be the one that Guru Gobind Singh received as a present.
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  • is a simple platform inside a low brickwall enclosure, is dedicated to Guru Hargobind who, according to local tradition, stayed here awhile during his ...emorate the martyrdom of Guru Gobind Singh's sons, Zorawar Singh and Fateh Singh, and Mata Gujari.
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  • ...t has a marble floored divan hall, with a domed sanctum in the middle. The Gurdwara owns 60 acres of land and is controlled by Nihangs belonging to the Buddha 1. Fauja Singh, ed., Travels of Guru Gobind Singh. Patiala, 1968
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  • [[Image:Lakhnaursaab_(1).JPG|thumb|right|300px|Gurdwara Sahib]] [[Image:Gurdwara Laknaur Sahib.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Gurdwara Sahib]]
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  • ...ll. A separate low-domed small room is in the memory of Guru Gobind Singh. Guru Granth Sahib is seated here also.
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  • Guru Ji shot the crow with an arrow. On being asked by his followers, Guru Ji explained that the wild crow was in fact an old headman of the village w ...there one has to go through a crossway built in 1970. Ground floor of the Gurdwara building is closed because of dampness.
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  • ...for Guru Granth Sahib. Accommodation for pilgrims is not available in the Gurdwara but can be had elsewhere in the town.
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  • ...Sukkhu and Buddhu, two sadhus of the Divana sect, came to meet Guru Gobind Singh, intent upon reprisal for the death of one of their group fatally wounded i But as soon as their eyes fell on the Guru, anger was gone out of their hearts. They, says the ''SakhiPothf'', made ob
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  • ...The shrine is associated with the tenth master of sikhism Shri Guru Gobind Singh. ...ds provided by [[Maharaja Ranjit Singh]]. It is named Gurdwara Guru Gobind Singh Sahib Patshahi Dasvin.
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  • '''Gurdwara Raj Ghat Patshahi Dasvin''' is situated in Kurukshetra city near the famour ...lar eclipse fair in 1702-03, he camped at the place now occupied by this [[Gurdwara]]. It was, as it still is, the custom to give rich presents as alms to [[Br
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  • ...ont, was added during the late 1970`s. Birthday anniversary of Guru Gobind Singh is celebrated on a large scale. Devotees gather from the surrounding villag
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  • ...cca Sahib Ptshahi Dasvin is situated in village Madheh 3 km south of Nihal Singh wala in the Moga District of Punjab. ...ivas of [[Guru Nanak Dev]] Ji and Guru Gobind Singh Ji. Shahidi Divas of [[Guru Arjan Dev]] Ji is also organized every year
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  • ...en) and lodgings are on the left. The Gurdwara is managed by the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee through a village committee. 1. Tara Singh, Sn Gur Tirath Sangrahi. AMRITsar, n.d.
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  • ...bruary) and on the fullmoon day of Kattak to mark the birth anniversary of Guru Nanak. 1. Tara Singh, Sri Gur Tirath Sangrahi. [[Amritsar]], n.d.
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  • ...ardar Lahina Singh Majithia, governor of this region under Maharaja Ranjit Singh. Its building was reconstructed by Sardar Dina Nath, chief secretary of man
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  • ji rested is the site of this Gurdwara. A Ramgharia Sikh devotee of the Guru took him to his house and looked after him very well This Gurdwara is located in village Siana Sadan, five kms from Pehowa on the Pehowa Chika
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  • ...ed road in good condition. It is 6 km from Salatwatpura, 12 km from Nihal Singh wala and 13km from Bhadaur. ...d Lakhmir, grandsons of the local chief Rai Jodh who fought on the side of Guru Hargobind Ji in the battle of Mehraj in December 1634. Guruji enlisted seve
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  • ...adhi or cenotaph of Bhai Kanhaiya, a dedicated Sikh of Guru Gobind Singh's time who served water and gave help to soldiers wounded in battle, withou 1. Santokh Singh, Bhai, Sri Gur Pratap SoraJ Granth. Amritsar, 1927-35
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  • ...managed by a local committee under the overall control of the [[Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee]]. 1. Narotam, Tara Singh, Sri Guru Tirath Sarigrahi. Kankhal, 1975
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  • ...ingh Sahib, in 1706. Gurdwara Gurusar preserves the memory of the visit of Guru Sahib.
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  • ...fficer in the Mughal army of [[Aurangzeb]]. He is mentioned in Guru Gobind Singh's, ''[[Bachitra Natak]]''. In 1691, he was dispatched by Mian Khan, the vic ...s against Alif Khan. He also requested and received the aid of Guru Gobind Singh who did not like the idea of anyone paying tribute to the Mughal Court. The
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  • ...ssed the Sikhs after the cremation of the head of Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib. Guru Sahib asked the Sikhs to bow before the Will of the Almighty. He told them ...rks the spot sitting where during the obsequies of his father, Guru Gobind Singh delivered a sermon to his followers.
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  • the root of a dab weed plant. As Nura concluded his doleful tale, the Guru pulled out the dab plant and said, "The roots of tyrants have been dug; th Today there are two gurdwaras in Lamman which commemorate Guru Gobind Singh's visit.
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  • ...o the Guru not to linger on at Hehran, but hasten to a safer place. The Guru told him to shed his fear and remain firm in his faith. The Udasi derd c ...rth anniversaries especially of Guru Nanak, Guru Hargobind and Guru Gobind Singh are celebrated with special
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  • ...sons and 40 Sikhs, was on his way from Kotia Nihang Khan to Chamkaur. The Gurdwara about 50 metres outside the village, constructed during the 1970's, consist compound also contains Guru ka Larigar and rooms for the pilgrims.
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  • ...anthology entitled Prachin Varan te Jangname, published by the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee, Amritsar, in 1950. ...ired Sikhs to such brave deeds was the presence amoung them of Guru Gobind Singh.
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  • ...h, son of Mata Sundari's adopted son Ajit Singh, made his abode here. This Gurdwara has 16 acres of land attached to it. .... An old Bir (hand-written copy) of Guru Granth Sahib is preserved in this Gurdwara. Its pages have beautifully drawn borders in multicolours.
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  • ...i Kalle following which all the people came to have glimpse of Guru Gobind Singh. ...Guru Gobind Singh was very pleased with Rai Kalle's service so Guru Gobind Singh presented him a Sword (Khanda), Ganga Sagar (with 288 holes) & a Rehal & sa
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  • ...surrounded by two other Gurdwaras located at the sites associated with the Guru's wedding.
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  • ...for Guru Granth Sahib. Accommodation for pilgrims is not available in the Gurdwara but can be had elsewhere in the town.
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  • ...shrine no longer exists. The new Gurdwara, raised in honour of Guru Gobind Singh, is a twostoreyed building, with the sanctum in the middle of the hall on t 2. Narotam, Tara Singh, Sri Guru Tirath Sangrahi. Kankhal, 1975
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  • '''Gurdwara Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Nauvin Patshahi''' - Chhota Mirzapur, a village in Mirzapur di ...Sahib]] to [[Punjab]]. The commemorative shrine here is named Gurdwara Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Nauvin Patshahi.
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  • [[Image:damdamassahib.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Gurdwara Damdama Sahib (Chamkaur Sahib)]] '''Gurdwara Damdama Sahib''' marks the Spot where [[Guru Gobind Singh]] first alighted upon reaching Chamkaur late on 6 December 1705.
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  • {{p|Image:Chatipatshahi baramulla.jpg|Gurdwara Chattipatshahi baramulla}} ...ded by a verandah was built during the 1930s by the Sikh savant [[Bhai Vir Singh]].
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  • [[Image:Joga singh.jpg|thumb|right|150px|Gurdwara Bhai Joga Singh, Pakistan]] ...nd Singh Ji then said" Tu Mera Joga" (You are worthy of me) and asked Joga Singh to stay in his service.
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  • [[Image:Joga singh.jpg|thumb|right|300px]] This Gurdwara is situated in Jogan Shah locality of Namakmandi of Peshawar City where San
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  • ...Bhokhn. It was changed during the late 1960's to Har Raipur in honour of [[Guru Har Rai]]. recent years. The [[Gurdwara]] is under the control of the [[Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee]], but the land attached to it is still in the possess
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  • is managed by a local committee under the auspices of the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee. A largelyattended annual fair is held annually on th
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  • ...Kangan Ghat where Gobind Rai had thrown his gold bangle. On the same bank Gobind Rai had blessed mental peace to Pandit Shiv Dutt, a devotee of Sri Ram Chan ...about one furlong from Takht Sahib is marked by a gateway over which this Gurdwara is situated in a single room. The river has, however, receded since away to
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  • tradition, visited the site during his stay at Lakhnaur in 1670. The Gurdwara is situated inside the village. The present doublestoreyed building, constr ...tee. A threeday festival is held annually to mark the birth anniversary of Guru Har Rai which falls during JanuaryFebruary.
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  • ...he Punjab, claims a historical gurudwara established in honour of Guru Gobind Sihgh who made a brief halt here sojourning in these parts towards the clos ...Gurdwara is endowed with 22 acres of land and is managed by the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee through a local committee. Major Sikh anniversaries ar
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  • Gobind Singh Ji-AFP Photo.jpg|500px|thumb|left|The Kalgi of Guru Gobind Singh Ji on its way to the Akal Takhat / AFP ]] '''The Kalgi of Guru Gobind Singh Ji returns to Sri Akal Takhat today (June 30, 2008)'''
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  • ...ild fire and soon many people assembled to gain [[Darshan]] of Guru Gobind Singh, who held a congregation (satsang) at the spot. ==Gurdwara Satsant Sahib==
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  • .... The commander of the patrol suspecting that the Pir might in fact be the Guru, stopped and interrogated the party. Sayyid Pir Muhammed of Nurpur, who had Gurdwara Gurusar Sahib is situated in village Lal Kalan 0.5 Kms. from Nilopul which
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  • ...nthology, entitled Prachin Varan teJangname, brought out by the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee in 1950. The BAera comprises twentyfour cantos of uneq ...e for the South, his meeting with the Mughal emperor and despatch of Banda Singh Bahadur to the Punjab, to chastise Nawab Wazir Khan of Sirhind.
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  • ...everal months.Staying near Nangal for another nine months it was here that Guru Sahib wrote "[[Chaupai Sahib]]" Paath while sitting on the bank of [[river ...s of the river [[Sutlej]]. This was among the happiest time of Guru Gobind Singh life when he had time to enjoy hunting and writing poetry in praise of [[Go
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  • {{p|File:Gurdwara Kirpan Bhet.jpg|Inside Gurdwara Kirpan Bhet}} ...b]] to [[Talwandi Sabo]] on a journey that is referred to as [[Guru Gobind Singh marg]].
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  • Gurdwara is situated near temple mansa devi here guru nanak and guru gobind singh jee arrived a bauli is also there.
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  • ...the dark half of the month, when an unbroken recital (akhand path) of the Guru Granth Sahib is concluded, followed by kzrtan and discourses and a communit 2. Tara Singh, Sri Cur Tirat/i Sangrahi. [[Amritsar]], n.d.
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  • ...Una-Panjawar road. This shrine is related to the tenth nanak [[Guru Gobind Singh]]. ...ari (lit. Guru's garden) or Damdama (lit. halting place). It is now called Gurdwara Damdama Sahib Patshahi Dasvin.
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  • ...n a sincere devotee of the Guru at a great personal risk, looked after the Guru and his followers. The gurudwara is on the main highway from [[Chandigarh]] ...d singh Ji sitting on the Bhatta. Chaudhary bowed his head in front of the Guru and asked for pardon.
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  • .... This is now enclosed in a highroofed rectangular hall. The shrine named Gurdwara Patshahi Naumi Ate Dasmi is within the revenue limits of Hasanpur, but is m 1. Tara Singh, Sri Gur Tiralh Sangrahi. Amritsar, n.d.
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  • ...ardar Lahina Singh Majithia, governor of this region under Maharaja Ranjit Singh. Its building was reconstructed by Sardar Dina Nath, chief secretary of Man
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  • ...ced the sacred relics - i.e. a pair of sandals believed to be once worn by Guru Tegh Bahadur, a steel arrow, a dagger and a chakar (steel quoit with sharp
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  •]] in about [[1705]]. Read full details of this journey '''[[Guru Gobind Singh marg|here]].''' is about 2 kms away from Gurdwara Ghani Khan Nabi Khan, going through [[Gurdwara Katana sahib]] via village Rampura Kanech went towards Alamgir.
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  • ...Bhadaur town,25 km northwest of Barnala in Sangrur district of Punjab .The Gurdwara Sahib is 5 km from Badhaur bus stand. Guru Gobind Singh Ji came to Bhadaur from Dina in December, 1705. King Bhadarsen established
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  • [[Image:Gurdwarapattasaabb.JPG|thumb|right|200px|Gurdwara Patta Sahib Patshahi Dasvin]] [[Image:Gurdwarapattasaab.JPG|thumb|right|200px|Gurdwara Patta Sahib Patshahi Dasvin]]
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  • ...floor maintained by a Nirmala sadhu. There is also a hand-written copy of Guru Granth Sahib here which is dated Phagun 1833 (February-March 1777). ...and heavy frames depicting scenes o from Hindu mythology is a portrait of Guru
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  • ...that the water drawn from the well was found to be sweet. Hema fell at the Guru's feet and sought instruction. ...he birth anniversary of Guru Gobind Singh, falling in DecemberJanuary. The Gurdwara was abandoned in the wake of migrations caused by the partition of the Punj
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  • ...the area. During the battle between the [[Forty Muktas]] and the Mughals, Guru Ji helped his sikhs by shooting arrows at the [[Mughals]] from this vantage ==Special Events at this Gurdwara==
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  • ...Sabha Jodhpur. This bed was given by Pir [[Buddhu Shah]] to [[Guru Gobind Singh]] ji. The bed was recovered by one of Sipah Salahkar of Guru Sahib, which was preserved by generation after generation of their descende
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  • ...s erected during the 1980's. The Gurdwara is administered by the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee. Besides the observance of major Sikh anniversaries, a 1. Tara Singh, Sri Gur Tirath Sangrahi. Amritsar, n.d.
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  • ...our of the pothi, but keeps the volume in his house and displays it in the Gurdwara only on special occasions. 1. Fauja Singh, Guru Teg Bahadur. Yatra Asthan, Prampravan te Yad Chinn. Patiala, 1976
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  • ...mited facilities are available for pilgrimes to stay during their visit to Gurdwara Sahib. Gurdwara Thehri Sahib is located on the main Malout-Bhatinda Road in village Thehri,
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  • ...Mahal complex. By the side of this building, an old well, from the time of Guru Sahib, still exists. The Masands who had been found guilty were punished he ...dressing visiting sangats. The ceremony of installing Guru Gobind Singh as Guru was performed here. The present domed octagonal building was constructed du
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  • * [[Sahibzada Zorawar Singh]] (1696-1705). ‘Zorawar’ means ''"Brave"'' was the older of the "younge Singh]] (1699-1705) was the youngest of [[Guru Gobind Singh|Guru Gobind Singh's] four sons. ‘Fateh’ means ''"victory"''.
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  • ...pinnacles. The Gurdwara is administered by sant successors of Baba Bhagvan Singh.
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  • ...a commemorating the visit, comprises a divan hall with the sanctum for the Guru Granth Sahib in the centre. The management is in the hands of the Nihangs. 1. Tara Singh, Sri Gur Tirath Sangrahi. Amritsar, n.d.
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  • ...oms with allied services where devotees can stay during their visit to the Gurdwara Sahib. Gurdwara Aaduporh Sahib is situated in village Machike that is about 3-4 km from the
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  • ...visited by Guru Gobind Singh. [[Gurdwara Gurpalah Patshahi Dasvin (Bathu)|Gurdwara Gurpalah Patshahi Dasvin]] is situated at this place.
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  • ...and Mata ji's were Accomodated in the Rulers Palace. Here also Guru Gobind Singh came and stayed for some time. The Gurdwara Sahib is in very bad condition and is urgent need of attention before thing
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  • 1) [[Gurudwara Manji Sahib (Ambala)|Gurdwara Baoli Sahib or Gurdwara Manji Sahib]] <br> 2) [[Gurdwara Badshahi Bagh|Gurdwara Badshahi Bagh Patshahi Dasvin]] <br>
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  • ...ib were constructed in 1909. The Gurdwara is administered by the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee through a local committee. ...u. The village of Alsun is no longer extant. A modern researcher, Narinjan Singh Sathi, has identified the site as the present day village of Samaira, in Ba
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  • ...rtedly.The birthdays of Guru Nank Devji, Guru Hargobind ji and Guru Gobind Singh ji are the main gurpurabs celebrated here. Gurdwara Patshahi Sixth Sahib is situated in Pakaria Mohalla in the town of Pilibhit
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  • ...ra Shahidan (Harian Vailan) sacred place situated on the north side of the Gurdwara. At this place those Sikhs were cremated which got martyrdom during battle ...clad thara (platform) is situated on the right side of the entrance of the Gurdwara's main building, the Darbar Sahib. It has a blue coloured [[Nishan Sahib]].
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  • west. A shrine was later established to mark the site where Guru Gobind Singh rested in a cluster of thorny bushes (a jhar). ...complex constructed during the 1950s, under the supervision of Sant Piara Singh. The central three storeyed building is on a raised plinth and has a square
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  • ...he skirmish at Bassi and had succumbed to his injuries along the way. The Gurdwara, inside the village, was constructed by the local sangat in 1928 on the sit It is affiliated to the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee and is maintained by the local sangat.
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  • One of these shoe is with the descendent of Narayan Singh. shoe of Guru Sahib is plain, 11 inches long and 3 inch wide. The pair of Mata Ji is 9"X3 These shoes were kept in the Gurdwara of this village and people used to see them to solace. Now a school is func
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  • ...Sri Guru Granth Sahib]] that also bears the personal seal of [[Guru Gobind Singh]]. ...orted by old historical texts. These same people claim that [[Guru Gobind Singh]] also had only one wife, but again this is an issue that has not been tota
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  • ===GURDWARA SANGAT RAJGHAT PATSHAHI PAHILI=== ...the Tapti, perpetuates the memory of the sangat established in the wake of Guru Nanak's visit in the early
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  • ...e Guru had gone back. Bhano Kheri is approached either across country from Gurdwara Lakhnaur Sahib only about 1.5 kilometres distant, or by Ambala-Barnala road
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  • to the main entrance to the old fortress, with a separate room for the Guru Granth Sahib. A lady especially employed by the Rao's family looks after t
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  • ...l he pursued his aim as an art student in a Secondary School in Patto Hira Singh after doing his matriculation. ...h standard that he made a pencil sketch of his drawing teacher Master Teja Singh. The boys mocked him and showed the sketch to the teacher so that he could
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  • ...collapsed on hearing the news of the martyrdom of her grandsons. Later on, Gurdwara Mata Gujri was constructed at this place.
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  • ...ants continued to maintain it until 1873 when a Punjabi Namdhari Sikh, Ram Singh, settled here permanently. ...u ka Langar. Further development continues under his successor Baba Pritam Singh.
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  • ...rates the visits of the Sixth, Ninth and Tenth Gurus. The Sixth Guru, Shri Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji came to this place on the call of Baba Almast Ji to tea ...Solar Eclipse fair at Kurukshetra from Talwandi Sabo. He reached here from Gurdwara Jaura Sahib, village Siyana Saiyadan, after accepting a pair of wooden slip
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  • ...this Gurdwara fell down. Now, there is no Sikh in this town nor exists any Gurdwara.
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  • ...on (Haryana), built in the memory of the visit of Guru Gobind Singh Sahib. Guru Sahib visited this village, in 1688, on his way from Kapal Mochan to Anandp
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  • o Brisbane Sikh Temple Gurdwara o Guru Nanak Sikh Education Centre North Queensland
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  • ...r Sahib and stayed with Sant Shivcharan Dass. He too repeated the words of Guru Tegh Bahadur. This Gurdwara is located in village Humayunpur on the Ambala Naraiangarh Road, about thre
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  • '''Gurdwara Laverisar Dera Baba Sanghu Singh''' is a holy sikh shrine situated in [[Bathinda]] District. This historical [[Gurdwara]] Sahib is associated with three [[Sikh]] Gurus.
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  • [[Image:Gurdwaramanjisahibambala.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Gurdwara Manji Shaib]] ...ab by the Grand Trunk Road. The old baoli is still there and therefore the Gurdwara is also called Baoli Sahib.
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  • ''also view [[Bhupal Singh]]'' ...[Guru Nanak]] and [[Guru Gobind Singh]] and the martyrdom anniversary of [[Guru Tegh Bahadur]].
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  • Muslim chief, and encamped under a shisham or tahli tree at the site of Gurdwara Tahliana Sahib, 1.5 km to the west of the town. According to local tradition, it was here that Guru Gobind Singh heard the news of the martyrdom at Sirhind of his two younger sons brought
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  • ...Mughals. The troops of Wazir Khan Nawab of Sirhind, came in pursuit of the Guru, fought with the Sikhs and were routed. ...he merciful Guru took their document and tore it up. That is how the Great Guru showed infinite mercy towards his followers. The four Gurdwaras located at
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  • now known as Gurdwara Singh Sabha and functions as a branch of Sri Guru Singh Sabha Ajmer. It is housed in a double-storey flat-roofed building near the ...bed on it, in Gurumukhi, Devanagari, Persian and Roman scripts. Formerly a Gurdwara manned by Nirmala Sikhs was at this location, on the first floor of the g
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  • [[Image:GuruTegBahadurMunger.jpg|thumb|right|350px|Gurdwara Guru Tegh Bahadur, Munger]] ...een used by the Guru during his stay here, are kept in the same room where Guru Granth Sahib is seated.
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  • ...of Himachal Pradesh. Here a holy shrine stands in memory of [[Guru Gobind Singh]] who fought a pitched battle, the [[Battle of Nadaun]], in support of Raja ...weapons and horses. Now the training program, in fighting, that the great Guru had begun was having the Mughals contributing as well!
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  • ..., lias recently been replaced by a modestlooking singleroom Gurdwara. The Guru Granth Sahib is seated inside the sanctum and is attended by Nihahg Sikhs.
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  • ...thousands of pens to be cut and thrown away. To quote the Sakhi Pothi, the Guru said: "Thousands of Sikhs will hereafter study the holy texts in this place
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  • ...s visited by Guru Gobind Singh during his stay at Lakhnaur in 1670-71. The Gurdwara, an old double-storey domed building constructed to commemorate the holy vi
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  • in the hands of Singh Sabha Chhachhrauli, independent of the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee
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  • [ panoramio photo of Gurdwara Sahib at Bhangani sahib location] ...nd Singh]]. The chiefs taking exception to [[Guru Gobind Singh|Guru Gobind Singh's]] teaching equalizing all castes and feeling jealous of his growing influ
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  • ...claring him to be tankhahia or guilty of breach of the Sikh code. Guru Gobind Singhappreciated their vigilance, and willingly paid the fine imposed. ...Prosopis spicigera), was raised in 1913. It is affiliated to the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee and has been temporarily handed over to the followers
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  • [[Image:Gurdwarakapmoch.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Gurdwara Kapal Mochan]] ...tak|Sootak]] or Puerperium. this Gurdwara was later visited by Guru Gobind Singh ji after the battle of Bhangani.
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  • ...r. Babaji's great Grandfather recieved Amrit di daat from Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji at Anandpur Sahib in the year 1701. ...sewa of Jathedar of Misl Shaheedan Tarna Dal. Babaji did Kar sewa of many Gurdwara's and was instrumental in freeing many Gurdwaras from the controls of the M
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  • [[Image:Bassikalansahib.JPG|thumb|right|300px|Gurdwara Sahib]] ...etre square room with a circumambulatory verandah around it, by SantJavala Singh, who still manages it.
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  • a hukamndmd written on bhoj patra believed to have been written by the Guru himself. It bears the date Kartik sued 15 Samvat 1762 Bk corresponding to A 1. Gian Singh, Giani, Twarikh Gurduarian. Amritsar, n.d.
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  • ...small anthology comprising selections from the DASAM GRANTH of GURU Gobind SINGH. ...the Das Granthi in its current form issued under the seal of the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee contains eight texts namely, JAPU, SHABAD Patshahi 10,
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  • ...Tegh Bahadur raised a new habitation. The new village was named after the Guru Tegh Bahadur's mother, Mata Nanaki. Chakk Nanaki later became famous as Ana ...the Actual Gurdwara is not Accessible but Administration had given land to Gurdwara here in Now Bilaspur City.
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  • ...of Guru ka Langar supervised by Mata Sahib Devan while the Guru stayed at Gurdwara Hira Ghat. The tradition is kept alive still by serving mid-day meal to pil ...ingh Ji had meditated for long time in previous birth and when Guru Gobind Singh Ji came to Nanded, she used to meditate again at the holy site.
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  • [[Image:Bhaijogasingh.JPG|thumb|300px|Gurdwara Bhai Joga Singh]] ...present gurdwara, and started the sewa. He is now the Mukh Sewadar of the gurdwara.
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  • ...three devotees [[Bhai Mani Singh]], [[Bhai Daya Singh]] and [[Bhai Dharam Singh]] joined him. The sacred shrine commemorating the historical event, has a b ...hib is located at Machhiwara. Here at the house of Masand Gulaba where the Guru spent the night. The place is known as 'Gulaba da Chubara'.
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  • '''Gurdwara Gurusar Kacha Sahib Patshahi Nauvin''' is a magnificiant shrine situated in ...Arisar]]. Prakash divas of [[Guru Gobind Singh]] Ji and [[Shahidi Divas of Guru Tegh Bahadur]] Ji are the major annual events celebrated here.
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  • ...athas in the Deccan. The battle was fought on 20th March 1691. Guru Gobind Singh described the action in his, [[Bachitra Natak]] in vivid and rousing verse. ...ilt. However, the present building was constructed by Rai Bahadur Baisakha Singh in 1929.
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  • [[Image:Burhanpur-Gurudwra1_3213.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Gurdwara Rajghat]] ...strict of [[Madhya Pradesh]]. Located on the banks of the Tapti River, the Gurdwara is four kilometres from Burhanpur railway station on the Delhi-Itarsi-Bomba
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  • [[Mata Raj Kaur]](who was the wife of [[Baba Ram Rai]]) & [[Guru Gobind Singh]] visited & made this Manimajra village a holy place. ...i Be-Imaan Di". Mata Raj Kaur was a great follower of [[Guru Nanak Dev]] & Guru Ghar.
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  • ...e constructed a platform at the site where she had been cremated. Later, a Gurdwara Sahib was built within a half-acre enclosure just outside Agampura village.
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  • ...lace prior to that event and he throughout refers to the Guru as Gobind Singh, which name he took only after receiving initiation ...wards the close, the poet being a devout Sikh begs for the blessing of the Guru whom he calls the saviour of the world appointed by God Himself to chastise
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  • of the village of Sathiala in Amritsar district of the Punjab. Bir Singh was the author of a number of works in Braj Bhasa and. Punjabi which he ...f a Barah Maha for which reason it is also known as Barah Maha Guru Gobind Singh. It consists of one dohard of four lines and twelve stanzas of four verses
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  • [[Image:Gurdwara-Baoli-Sahib,-Pehow.jpg|300px|right]] '''Gurdwara Baoli Sahib''' located in Pehowa is dedicated to the memory of [[Guru Nanak]] Dev Ji. When he came here, the local pandits enjoyed absolute hegem
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  • ...reyed cell in this house is also being maintained in memory of Guru Gobind Singh. It is believed that he stayed here for a short while after shifting from G ==Gurdwara Ghani Khan Nabi Khan==
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  • 1783. His samddh, i.e. memorial shrine, is situated in the premises of Gurdwara Ban Sarigat, Burhanpur. 1. Chhibbar, Kesar Singh, Bansavalincima Dasdn Patshdhian Kd. Chandigarh, 1972
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  • '''[[Image:Gd-zaf26.jpg|thumb|350px|right|Gurdwara Zafarnama]] still in the possession of his descendents. This village is famous for Gurdwara Zafarnama Sahib.
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  • [[Image:Gurdwara_gobindd_singh.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Gurdwara Guru Gobind Singh]] .... While moving towards south guru gobind singh ji stayed here. Guru Gobind Singh stayed at Sirsa on his way from Damdama Sahib (Talvandi Sabo) to the South
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  • ...f the main [[Gurdwara]], is a memorial to the [[Sikh]] commander, [[Sukkha Singh]], who fell a martyr here in the battle against [[Zain Khan]], the faujdar ...r Gurus. The Inscription on the coins was the same as that used by [[Banda Singh Bahadur]]:
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  • ...r district courts [[Ambala]] city, commemorates the visit of [[Guru Gobind Singh]] who stayed here while coming from [[Lakhnaur]], where he had gone to meet ...ra Badshahi Bagh commemorates the visit of Guru Gobind Singh Ji, the Tenth Guru, who visited this place around 1670 during one of his excursions to Lakhnau
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  • [[Image:Kabootarsahib.jpg|thumb|300px|Gurdwara Kabootar Sahib]] ...strict of Rajastan. The Gurdwara is associated wita visit by [[Guru Gobind Singh]] who after leaving Sirsa in November of 1706, arrived at Nohar and camped
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  • ...lately a natural pond called Nanaksar. It was so named in the belief that Guru Nanak had stayed on the bank of it during his visit to Talwandi.
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  • It is believed that Guru Gobind Singh Ji visited this place. Bhai Nanu Singh used to live at this place. He offered some weapons which includes `Kaman' Gurdwara Attari Sahib is situated in village Kanghrali on Ludhiana-Chandigarh road.
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  • ...thdays of Guru Nanak Dev ji and Guru Gobind Singh ji, the martyrdom day of Guru Arjun Dev ji and Baisakhi are the main gurpurabs celebrated here. Accomodat Gurdwara Sri Nankana Sahib is located in the city of Kashipur, district Udham Singh Nagar, in Mohalla Pakka Kot, near Nagrath Mandir and Uday Raj College. It i
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  • ...told Bulaki Das to have a dharamsala raised in town. The dharamsala, named Gurdwara Sangat Tola, still exists in a street named after it. ...s as one of the leading Sikhs of Dhaka in a letter (hukamnama) Guru Gobind Singh addressed to the sangat there in 1691, although he had by then been replace
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  • ...e brought to Morinda by Jani Khan and Mani Khan, the Rangher headmen. This Gurdwara sahib marks this very event. They were despatched the next day to Sirhind w Gurdwara Kotwali Sahib is situated in the city of Morinda on Morinda-Chandigarh Road
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  • ...ater with village waste. He also had a platform constructed in honour of [[Guru Nanak]]. The villagers obeyed him and removed to the present site from wher ...bind Singh strikes the enemy's head." An engraved figure shows Guru Gobind Singh on horseback.
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  • ...Rustam Rao, two Maratha chiefs in whose release from captivity Guru Gobind Singh had been instrumental. ...mall room with a verandah in front maintained by the managing committee of Gurdwara Nanak Jhira Sahib, Bidar.
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  • [[Image:Gurudwara_Sri_Nabha_Sahib_in_2008.jpg|thumb|300px|right|Gurdwara Sri Nabha Sahib]] '''Gurdwara Nabha Sahib''' reminds us that the [[Sikh]] history of the area dates bac
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  • ...kilometres south of Ropar (30"58'N, 76°31'E), owes its prominence to '''[[Gurdwara Bhatta Sahib]]'''. ...local chief. It is said that the kiln was still smouldering hot when the Guru arrived here on Magghar w/r/iAmavas, 1745 Bk/12 November 1688 and, inadvert
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  • ...strict of Punjab. This is the sacred shrine where the first guru of sikhi, Guru Nanak Dev, recited Bani, Called Japji Sahib, 1 lakh times and blessed that ...e he was returning from Delhi to Lahore. Chandu shah, the main culprit of Guru Arjan's martydom was tied to a tree called Kilha Sahib which is still livi
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  • ...Har Rai and [[Guru Har Krishan]], [[Guru Tegh Bahadur]] and [[Guru Gobind Singh]] also frequently visited the place. ...nd Barat means marriage party). The raised platform from where [[Raja Bhup Singh]] would serve food to the people still exists. A big festival is held here
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  • ...nd 40 sikhs, Mata Gujari and her younger grandsons Zorawar Singh and Fateh Singh were brought by Gangu, their former Brahmin cook to his home in the village ...anj''', on the south-western fringes of Morinda, marks the place where the Guru's mother and youngest sons kept on the night of December 7-8 as the formali
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  • ...ra]], who after the [[battle of Chamkaur]] (1705) escorted [[Guru Gobind Singh]] to the safety of the Malva region disguised as a [[Muslim]] [[pir]]. * [[Gurdwara Katalgarh Sahib]]
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  • ...omeone raised a platform at the site where she had been cremated. Later, a Gurdwara was soon to rise around site, constructed by the local Sikhs. ...r marks the site where the body of [[Mata Jito Ji]], wife of [[Guru Gobind Singh]], was cremated in December 1700. The present three-storeyed domed building
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  • ...take part in the combat. The Guru acceded to the request but asked Ude Singh to accompany him with 100 warriors. ...t a low mound called Shahi or Siahi Tibbi, 6 km south of Kiratpur. A small gurdwara at Shahi Tibbi now honours his memory.
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  • ...1 Night= 4 Pahar). Anapurna served GURU SAHIB and other singhs with food. GURU SAHIB blessed her that a Mandir on your name will be built here before GURU ...on the occasions of Jor Mela and the death anniversary of Sant Baba Mehar Singh.
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  • ...t one who comes after me. Let my shrine be at the foot of his temple." The Guru Granth Sahib is now seated in a domed room at the top floor of the tower.
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  • See also [[Ani Rai, Guru Hargobind's son]] ...given of the event, but a reference in the text to the "Khalsa," which the Guru Sahib inaugurated in 1699, and the mention of other details indicate that
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  • ...sacred to Guru Nanak (14691539), Guru Hargobind (15951644) and Guru Gobind Single (16661708). Three separate shrines close to one another and collecti ...gat on the site of an old mud hut, was constructed in 1975 by Sant Barbara Singh ofLopon. The new sixstoreyed edifice is a marblefloored hall, with the sanc
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  • ...unctions are Prakash Divas of Guru Gobind Singh Ji and Shahidi Gurpurab of Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji. Gurdwara Sahib Patshahi Nauvin is situated 2 km north of Bhikhi in a village Samao d
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  • ...ang's uniform. He organized a kirtanijatha (choir) and began preaching the Guru's teachings. ...he Jatha which was showered with bullets as they reached the shrine. Buddh Singh fell a martyr along with others.
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  • ...0|thumb|Gurdwara Tirgarhi Sahib from where arrows were shot by Guru Gobind Singh ji during battle of Bhangani *[ pano ...t on the side of the Guru. His timely help, was appreciated by the Guru. A Gurdwara stands today at the place where the battle of Bhangani took place.
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  • ...calendar). The place where they were interned at Morinda is now marked by Gurdwara Shahid Garij. At the end of 1763, the Dal Khalsa, before advancing on Sirhi ...are in a separate enclosure. The Gurdwara is administered by the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee.
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  • ...ior, in numbers at least, Mughal force on 16 Magh 1759 Bk/15 January 1703. Gurdwara Ranjitgarh was built only recently to mark the scene of the historic ranjit As Guru Gobind Singh was returning from Kurukshetra to [[Anandpur]] early in 1703, a combined Mu
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  • ...Nangal-[[Garhshankar]] road. The Pious Shrine is related to [[Guru Gobind Singh]]. ...g east of the village. The commemorative shrine established here is called Gurdwara Gurpalah Patshai Dasvin.
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  • {{p|File:Entrance to Reru Sahib.jpg|Entrance to Gurdwara Reru Sahib}} ...n the interior of the Malva Region. The Tenth [[Sikh Guru]], [[Guru Gobind Singh Ji]] (1666-1708), while travelling from [[Machiwara]] on the Manji, as [[Uc
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  • his hour of success. The book presents an elaborate exposition of the Guru's character and of his influence on the history of India, but the Hindu pre ...the rise of militancy among the Sikhs under Guru Hargobind and Guru Gobind Singh is utterly unacceptable.
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  • There are about 22 [[gurdwara]]s across the country - the oldest one being in [[Reggio Emilia]] in centra *Sri Gurdwara Singh Sabha
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  • ...onstructed a baoli in the memory of the Guru and this can still be seen. [[Guru Hargobind]] Sahib came here on his way to Kurukshetra. ...f Kalu Chaudhri had not cared for the garden and the well as instructed by Guru Hargobind Sahib, he uttered the words: Karah kurahe pavega, bagh ujarega, k
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  • ...g, which replaced the old one built at the initiative of Maharaja Mohinder Singh ofPatiala (185276), was constructed through kdrsevd during the 1980's. It c ...were cremated by Guru Gobind Singh, was first built in 1870 by Raja Wazir Singh of Faridkot (1828 - 72). The new building, a rectangular domed hall, was re
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  • ...he village of chunni is 3 Kms. and [[Fatehgarh]] Sahib is 15 Km. away from Gurdwara Sahib. After leaving [[Anandpur Sahib]], when [[Guru Tegh Bahadur]] was having a discourse in Pamor with Fazan Shah. Hasana Jat
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  • ...There is an underground room cut off from the din of life where the ninth Guru used to meditate. ...tform on the ground floor. Extension of this Gurdwara involving blocks for Guru ka Langar and residential accommodation is in progress.
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  • ...i, was published at AMRITSAR in 1886. Another published work of Bava Sumer Singh is KHALSA Pahchasika (Hindi), Light Press, Banaras, 1877. It is in the styl
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  • [[Image:YatraBhang1.JPG|thumb|300px|right|Gurdwara Bhangani Sahib]] ...s. Then, in the middle of some green fields stands the magnificent small [[Gurdwara]] of Bhangani Sahib. It is being renovated with marble floors being constru
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  • [[Image:Gurdwara_chila_sahib.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Gurdwara Chilha Sahib]] ...orty days in the company of a sufi saint at the place where now historical Gurdwara Chilla Sahib
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  • [[Image:Dhampic.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Gobind Dham]] ...lays within one's soul. The Gurdwara is 13 kilometers away from [[Gurdwara Gobind Ghat]].
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  • ...the town. A tank close by is known as [[Gangsar]]. It is believed that the Guru came across a pilgrim on the way to Ganges and convinced him that a dip in ...blessed, "It will be a big place in time to come." The above words of the Guru are believed to be behind the present prosperity of Jaitu.
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  • [[Image:Sohansinghhorin.jpg|thumb|300px|right|Sant Vir Singh And Sohan Singh]] ...spring of 1933 following the clues in [[Bachittar Natak]], Suraj Parkash, Guru Tirath Sangrah and the ancient texts of the Mahabharata.
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  • ...b''', Anandpur is located on the northern side of Kesgarh Sahib. Here, Guru Sahib trained his sons. This place was also used as a playing ground. Wrest (under-turban) and set it in his turban in the from of a hanging flag. Guru Sahib declared that in future Khalsa flag shall never fall or get lowered.
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  • ...ation hall for larger gathering on gurpurbs, of which birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev and Hola Mohalla attract the largest number of devotees. ...mall room with a verandah in front maintained by the managing committee of Gurdwara Nanak Jhira Sahib, Bidar.
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  • ...f [[Banda Bahadur]], the Dera has an arrow given to Banda by [[Guru Gobind Singh]] and other weapons, including a huge sword, which are all displayed to t ...en a three day mela is held. The dera is run by mahant S. Jatinder Pal Singh.
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  • ...ahib''' was fought in 16 Magh 1759 Bk/15 January 1703, where [[Guru Gobind Singh]] and the Khalsa defeated a superior, in numbers at least, Mughal force. As Guru Gobind Singh was returning from Kurukshetra to [[Anandpur]] early in 1703, a combined Mu
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  • ...closer. At this time, the group of forty sikhs who were searching for the Guru to seek forgiveness, also reached there. ...birthdays of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Guru Gobind Singh Ji and Shahidi Purab of Guru Arjun Dev Ji are celebrated with great fervour here. Besides, the Magh Mela
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  • ...e-storey building, which replaced the one constructed by Maharaja Narinder Singh of Patiala in 1854, was constructed during the 1950s. The sanctum is at one ...umber are kept separately in the office of the committee that manages this Gurdwara.
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  • [[Image:GurdwaraParivarVichhora.jpg|thumb|300px|right|Gurdwara Parivar Vichora]] [[Image:Parivarvichora.jpg|thumb|300px|right|Gurdwara Parivar Vichora]]
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  • ...bout this place is the that it is open to people of all the religion. This Gurdwara is one of the oldest and biggest Gurdwaras of Pune. ...The birth anniversaries of the first guru, Guru Nanakdevji and tenth guru, Guru Govindsinghji are celebrated as festivals with great enthusiasm.
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  • of Guru Granth Sahib at this place. Now Baba Nihal Sing undertook the [[Gurdwara]] Sahib and construction is going on. ...n is the Janam Asthaan of Mata Sunder Kaur je the Wife of Shri Guru Gobind Singh jee who lost all four of his young sons who chose Martyrdom over convesion
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  • ...drangle enclosed by a low wall. The shrine is administered by the Shiromam Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee through a local committee. 1. Tara Singh, 5n Gur Tirath Sangrahi. Amritsar, n.d.
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  • ...end and a marbled terrace in front. It is administered by the [[Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee]] through a local committee. Besides the celebration o
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  • ...ew if Kavi Darbar from Gurdwara Dastar Asthan.jpg|View of Kavi Darbar from Gurdwara Dastar Asthan}} ...full moon night, he used to arrange such a "gathering of poets" near the [[Gurdwara Paonta Sahib]] in [[Himachal Pradesh]] state, [[India]]. The place where he
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  • Bahadur Sahib Patshahi Nauvin''' was built to comemorate the visit by [[Guru Tegh Bahadur]] Ji who stopped at this place as he traveled from Bhupal duri ...ak Dev Ji and Guru Gobind Singh Ji. Shahidi Divas of Guru Arjan Dev Ji and Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji are also organized here.
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  • ...eftain. He halted here to cremate one of his fatefull warriors, Bhai Karam Singh, who had been wounded in the skirmish at Bassi and had since succumbed to h ...a 3 metre wide verandah on three sides. It is affiliated to the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee and is maintained by the local sangat.
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  • ...centres of Sanskrit learning; it's old name is '''Kashi'''. [[Guru Gobind Singh]] sent five of his [[Sikh]]s to Varanasi to study [[Sanskrit]], and follo ...H]] - Visited by [[Guru Tegh Bahadur]], [[Guru Gobind Singh]] & Probably [[Guru Nanak]].
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  • ...The forces were demanding their long out-standing wages, so at this place Guru Ji distributed money to both his and Bahadur Shah's Mughal forces generousl * [[Gurdwara Banda Ghat]]
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  • '''Moola Khatree''' lived in a village visited by Guru Nanak Dev jee. Guru jee wrote on a piece of paper, ‘Is living true or is death true?”
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  • ...r two days when, as a child, he was being escorted from Patna to Anandpur. Guru Hargobind, too, is said to have visited the village in the course of a jour ...centre and a verandah around it. The Gurdwara is managed by the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee through a local committee which looks after other shri
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  • [[Image:Gurdwara_Gobindpura.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Gurdwara Gobindpura]] ...ind Pura''' was constructed by faithful disciples of the tenth Guru near [[Gurdwara Shri Manji Sahib]]. Both Gurdwaras are reached easily from the nearby railw
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  • [[Image:Dhannabhagat.jpg|thumb|right|Outer view of Gurdwara Bhagat Dhanna]] ...the city Abichalnagar as the city is sacred to the memory of [[Guru Gobind Singh]] who died there.
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  • ...the village of Barha was built in memory of a long visit to the area by [[Guru Tegh Bahadur]] Ji who, along with several devotees, came to the village Bar ...advised the villagers to shift the village towards the east. They took the Guru's advise and it so happened that the rain came at its best in their new lo
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  • {{p|File:Gurdwara Ghani Khan Nabi Khan.jpg|Gurdwara Ghani Khan Nabi Khan}} ...ngh was in, yet even though they were Muslims their respect for the [[Sikh Guru]] was such that they risked certain death, if caught, and travelled to meet
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  • ...ot in anyway support the concept of Living human Gurus after [[Guru Gobind Singh]].''' [[File:Guru lakha singh Nanak.JPG|thumb|right|200px|Baba Lakkha Singh]]
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  • {{p|File:Gurdwara Bhai Daya Singh.jpg|Gurudwara Daya Singh (Aurangabad)<br><small>[[|photo: courtesy historica ...f the five [[panj pyare]] who were administered [[Amrit]] by [[Guru Gobind Singh]] in [[1699]]. Aurangabad, a district town in Maharashtra, is a railway sta
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  • ...ib is in the hands of a local committee under the control of the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee. 1. Tara Singh, Sri Gur Tirath Sangrahi. AMRITSAR, n.d.
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  • [[Image:Heera_ghat02.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Gurdwara Hira Ghat Sahib]] ...omfortable location. It was here that the tale is told about [[Guru Gobind Singh]] and [[Bahadur Shah]].
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  • ...Guru Nanak when Sikhs from the surrounding area come to pay homage at this gurdwara. 1. Narotam, Tara Singh, Sri Guru Tirath Sangrahi. Kankhal, 1975<br>
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  • ...svin''' is 5km from Kotkapura on the Kotkapura-Bathinda Road. Guru Gobind Singh is said to have handed over some pieces of his clothing to a Sodhi family i
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  • Shahidi Divas of Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji and Prakash Divas of Guru Gobind Singh Ji are the main annual functions Gurdwara Patshahi Nauvin is situated in the old town of Bhikhi on the Sunam -Bhatind
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  • ...he 1970's through karseva (voluntary service) by followers of Sant Gurmukh Singh. ...Langar is in a separate, but adjacent, compound. Gurdwara Jand Sahib (Bir Guru) is situated between village Khanpur and village Fatehpur near the Sirhand
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  • ...ooms for pilgrims. The headquarters of the Haryana branch of the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee are also located on these premises. ...sing when he visited Kurukshetra in 170203. At the request of Mani Ram the Guru had visited his house. The shrine in the old premises is a small square roo
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  • ...Singh to their homes for meals. As they returned to the camp, Guru Gobind Singh asked each one of them what he had been given to eat. ...ed ptiu, fruit of the van tree (Quercus incana), soaked in warm water. The Guru praised the host who had offered in hospitality all he had and the guest wh
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  • ...Singh (brother of Bhai Mani Singh), Bhai Gharbara Singh, son of Bhai Nanu Singh Dilwali and others embraced martyrdom. *Gurdwara Mata Jit Kaur Ji, the wife of Guru Gobind Singh Sahib, has been built in the memory of Mata Jit Kaur Ji who was cremated he
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  • ...1923-25. Towards the east of Jaito lies another famous gurdwara, namely [[Gurdwara Tibbi Sahib]].
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  • ...uring a visit to the Gurdwara in 1958, named it Kabutar Sahib. Baba Pritam Singh Sevawale of Sirsa acquired some space and constructed the present building ...u ka Langar. Further development continues under his successor Baba Pritam Singh.
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  • ...1974, it was entrusted for renovation and reconstruction to Sant Marigal Singh. The main hall is on the ground floor of the sixstoreyed building. The wate
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  • ...ipating the sangat of the Malwa region, arrived here from Baher Sahib. The Guru told a carpenter from Bahir, named Malla, that he wanted to go to Kaithal a would be the norm here. This is the site of the Gurudwara Manji Sahib. Guru ji spent three days preaching the tenets of Sikhism here and then left for
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  • [[Image:Dasam_Granth_Gurdwara_1.png|thumb|right|200px|Historical marker at Gurdwara Paunta Sahib about Dasam Bani. <small></smal The historical site commemorates literary work of Guru Gobind Singh Ji is [[Gurdwara Paunta Sahib]].
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  • [[Image:Gurdwararajghat.JPG|thumb|right|250px|[[Gurdwara Raj Ghat Patshahi Dasvin (Kurukshetra)]]]] ...nd 16th century, several [[Sikh Guru]]s visited this holy lands. Several [[Gurdwara]]s stand in the district and mark important events in Sikh history. The mai
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  • It is believed that Guru Gobind Singh Ji visited this place. Bhai Nanu Singh used to live at this place. He offered some weapons which includes `Kaman' Gurdwara Attari Sahib is situated in village Kanghrali on Ludhiana-Chandigarh road.
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  • answer to their request that he accept their home as shelter that the Guru had come to their house. ...ers learned that the Dasvin Patshah had come to their city, they took the Guru to there house where they served him with great pleasure.
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  • [[Image:Gurdwaratibbisahib.JPG|thumb|right|300px|Gurdwara Sahib]] Gobind Singh Ji is said to have visited Jaitu on 15th April, 1706. Here Guru Ji stayed at a Sand Dune (Tibba) near village Jaitu and practiced arrows sh
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  • ...Sayyid Beg]] a Muslim who along with [[Alif Khan]] attacked Guru Gobind Singh on 16 Magh 1759 Bk/15 January 1703 as he was returning from Kurukshetra to ...ughal forces intercepted the Guru and his Khalsa forces at this site where Gurdwara Ranjit Garh Sahib is now located. Things looked bad for the Sikhs that day,
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  • ...through the city on his way to the eastern parts in 1665-66. [[Guru Gobind Singh]], the last of the Gurus, also visited Agra when he met Emperor Bahadur Sha Jassi, an old lady who was a devout follower of the [[Sikh]] faith,...[[Gurdwara Mai Than Sahib| read more..]]
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  • [[File:Gurdwara sahib kolayat.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Gurdwara Kolayat Sahib]] ...Hindu temple dedicated to Kapil Muni. Both Guru Nanak Dev and Guru Gobind Singh visited Kolayat.
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  • [[Image:GobindSahib2.jpg|thumb|300px|right|Guru Gobind Singh]] the travelling [[Sikh]] university, which was founded by [[Guru Gobind Singh]] Jee to impart knowledge of [[Gurmat]] onto Sikhs. It has had an unbroken
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  • ...dpur]]. [[Patna]] is further honored by Sikhs as both [[Guru Nanak]] and [[Guru Tegh Bahadur]] visited the city. exhibits photos, holy scriptures, and the personal possessions of the [[Guru]].
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  • ...influential political leader. In this planned series of books, Giani Sher Singh invisioned publishing one book every month in Gurmuki and another every ...list). Thinking things would move more efficiently in Lahore, Giani Sher Singh shifted his headquarters from Rawalpindi.
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  • Guru Nanak Dev Ji and Guru Gobind Singh jee Visited the place. The [[Gurdwara Kapal Mochan]] is built in there memory.
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  • '''Gurdwara Shikar Ghat Sahib''', is a beautiful piece of architecture perched on a low ...ering in different sub-human bodies until, so goes the legend, Guru Gobind Singh emancipated it by the touch of his arrow.
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  • '''Gurdwara Manji Sahib''', is situated 20 Kms. South-east of Ludhiana City, a village, fifth and tenth patshahis are celebrated here. Also Shahidi Divas of [[Guru Tegh Bahadur]] is organised here.
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  • ...each successive [[Sikh Gurus]]. The day when each Guru was installed as a Guru is referred to as "Gur gadi day" or "Gur gadi diwas". ...ed Gur-gadi day is the day when the [[Guru Granth Sahib]] was installed as Guru. This happy occasion fell on October 20, 1708 and every year on October 20
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  • ...a Pardesh State Was visited by Guru Nanak Dev ji, Guru Gobind Singh Ji and Guru Hargobind Ji. * [[Gurudwara Bandi Chor|Gurdwara Data Bandi Chhor Patshahi 6 Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji]]:
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  • ...born here on 19 June 1595. There are three historical gurdwaras in Vadali Guru. ...basement called Bhora Sahib is believed to be the site of the room wherein Guru Hargobind was born. Above the sanctum are four other storeys topped by a lo
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  • ...uated in village Pandher in Sangrur district. It was made in the memory of Guru Tegh Bahadur. ...morseful residents of Pandher constructed a memorial on the spot where the Guru had briefly halted.
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  • [[Image:Gurukalahore apsk121.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Gurdwara Guru Ka Lahore]] ...b, which are located at the site of Guru Gobind Singh's marriage. A fourth Gurdwara at the spot which played a part in the wedding is located about a Kilometer
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  •'s main shrine. The city began as Chakk Nanaki, which was founded by [[Guru Tegh Bahadur]] in 1665. ...s born with the first initiation of Khande Di [[Pahul]], when the young Guru called for a special congregation on the [[Baisakhi]] day of 1699 with th
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  • The Patshah of Meeri and Piri Secular and Temporal Guru Hargobind Ji stayed in this place while on his way back from Kashmir. The p ...Singh, which is a part of history. The Shrine of Shah Daula Ji is close to Gurdwara of 6th Patshahi.
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  • [[Image:Gurukaabagh.jpg|thumb|300px|Darbar Sahib Gurdwara Guru Ka Bagh]] from his four year long odyssey. Here, after this visit of the 9th sikh Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji, the dry Bagh became lush and Green with plantlife. A shrin
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  • [[Image:Qatalgarhsahibg.jpg|thumb|300px|right|Gurdwara Katalgarh Sahib, Chamkaur Sahib, Punjab, India*[ ...urdwara Garhi Sahib]] and is the main shrine at [[Chamkaur Sahib]]. This [[Gurdwara]] marks the site where the thickest hand to hand fighting took place on 7 D
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  • ...thdays of Guru Nanak Dev ji and Guru Gobind Singh ji, the martyrdom day of Guru Arjun Dev ji and the festival of Hola Mohalla. Accomodation:A sarai with 35 Gurdwara Nanakpuri Sahib is situated in village Tanda, in District Udhamsingh Nagar,
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  • [[Image:01042008133.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Gurdwara Sri Makhan Shah Labana]] ...e mountainous regions of the [[Sikh Empire|Sikh Raj]] of [[Maharaja Ranjit Singh]].
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  • ...adur]]. The volumes of the Siri Guru Granth Sahib which preside over our [[Gurdwara]]s now are copies of this edition. ...or fasten (something) firmly, or to lay (a gun)" is from the same root. [[Guru Arjan]] having compiled the Holy Book deputed one of his leading disciples,
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  • also a sacred [[Baoli sahib]]. It is situated in the south east side of Gurdwara Sri Takhat Kesgarh Sahib. ...|'''"Gurdwara Kila Sri Anandgarh Sahib"'''<br>This is one of [[Guru Gobind Singh's]] five forts (Kila or Qila). After winning the [[Battle of Bangani]] and
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  • '''La Habra Gurdwara''' is no membership fee, their is a box where those wishing to support the Gurdwara may leave an offering, but no one passes a tray or solicits funds and no a
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  • ...Gau Ghat (Gae Ghat) outside [[Patna]] city. On request of Bhai Mardana Ji, Guru Ji gave him a laal, a precious stone. ...Guru Ji, Salas Rai became his follower. Murlidhar also became follower of Guru Ji.
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  • ...hakoli. As this village was laid down by [[Bhai Gurditta]], elder son of [[Guru Hargobind]], there were lots of sikh followers in the village. ...rth. Looking at this every one was very happy and bowed before Guru sahib. Guru sahib gave money from his own to Chaudary to construct the place permanentl
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  • ...ify their caste. By joining the single brotherhood of having a surname of 'Singh,' the caste was gotten rid of in Sikh families. do not know the Hindustani language, (I shall tell you that) the word Singh means a lion. Truly, '''they are like lions in battle''' and, in times of p
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  • ...tan]] in 1947. Their house in Machhivara is now a [[gurudwara]] known as [[Gurdwara Uchch da Pir]]. * [[Gurdwara Katalgarh Sahib]]
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  • ...nted a costly nagina (precious stone usually for inset work ingold) to the Guru. ...oom topped by a dome on the first floor. It was constructed by Raja Gulab Singh Sethi of Delhi and was completed by his widow in 1968.
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  • ...e 55th sloka and sent it by a messenger to his son young [[Guru Gobind Rai|Gobind Rai]]. ...Rai replied to the sloka with the 54th sloka, bearing the name of the 9th Guru.
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  • ...]]ji, his two eldest sons [[ Sahibzada Ajit Singh]] and [[Sahibzada Jujhar Singh]], and some fourty Sikhs including some of the [[Panj Pyare]], fought a ba ...Badshah to 15 kissas about [[Sikh]] history and heroes like [[Shaheed]]i [[Guru Arjun]] Dev among others.
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  • ...urudwara_Shri_Guru_Gobind_Singh.JPG|thumb|right|300px|Gurdwara Guru Gobind Singh Ji with its Sarovar in the foreground.]] ...t the area on the invitaionof Mandi's ruler [[Raja Sidh Sen]]. Guru Gobind Singh stayed here for a little over six months. His tents were set up on the ba
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  • ...situated on the Doraha Nillon Link Road, by the Side of the Sirhand Canal. Gurdwara Degsar Sahib is 25 km from Ludhiana and 5 km from Doraha, which has a railw ...7 cannons, 1100 horse riders & Chandu Qaidi ( the one who was involved in Guru Arjun Dev's martyrdom) , one gown with 52 flower buds with which he freed 5
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  • {{p|File:Thada_Sahib.jpg|Gurdwara Thara sahib,Bageshwar, Uttrakhand}} ...[Gurdwara]] has historical importance as it is linked to a visit here by [[Guru Nanak Dev Ji]] (the founder of the religion of [[Sikhism]] and the first of
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  • ...ted to [[Sahibzada Ajit singh]], the elder sahibzada of Shri [[Guru Gobind Singh]] jee. [[Image:Paintingshahidanladhewal.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Painting baba Ajit Singh paying obesience to Shahids]]
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  • ...subsequently built here was named as Handiwali Sangat, which is now called Gurdwara handi Sahib. It is housed in a small hall with verandah on three sides and ...ed to sangat, you would feel my presence here. Fortunate Mata followed the Guru ji's words and converted her house to a Dharamshala. She kept cooking the k
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  • leaders, raised on the site in Delhi, in 1783, a shrine now known as Gurdwara Rikabganj. 1. Kuir Singh, Gurbilas Patshahi 10. Patiala, 1968
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  • ...tion at Gurdwara Sri Hazur Sahib, Nanded which is sacred to [[Guru Gobind Singh]]. He founded new villages and introduced several reforms in the land reven ...April 1874 after a reign of 25 years and was succeeded by his son, Bikram Singh.
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  • ...n [[Kotkapura]] acted cowardly in fear to not openly support [[Guru Gobind Singh]] Ji during these testing times of Sikh history. ...cloak), socks and turban, two daggers believed to belonging to Guru Gobind Singh Ji as memorial and is still in their custody.
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  • *[[Guru Nanak NSJ, Soho Road, Birmingham]] [ *[[Ramgharia Gurdwara, Birmingham]] [ Ext
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  • situated at a distance of 2.5 km from Narinderpur railway station. This Gurdwara Sahib marks the site of birth of Bhai Bahilon Ji. In 1553 A.D. at the time of construction of Harmandir Sahib, Guru Arjan Dev Ji made a request to the Sangat to set up brick kilns and bring b
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  • ==Gurdwara Bir Baba Buddha, Dist. Amritsar== hand." That prophecy was to soon thereafter come true with the birth of Guru Hargobind in 1595.
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  • ...t Brahm Das]] who on hearing Guru ji's sweet message decided to follow the Guru's path. [[Image:NANAK_AT_MARTAND.jpg|thumb|right|300px|{{cs|'''[[Guru Nanak]] went to [[Martand Temple]] and met [[Pandit Brahm Das]]'''}} ]]
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  • ...b|250px|right|[[Bhai Daya Singh]], [[Bhai Dharam Singh]] and [[Bhai Himmat Singh]] of the [[Panj Pyare]]]] ...[[1666]] - [[1708]]) had been a farmer when he answered a request of Guru Gobind Rai, which lead to his becoming one of the [[Panj Piare]] (the Five Beloved
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  • ...f as to who was present in front of him. The saint fell at the feet of the Guru and prayed, "O Great One, I am emancipated by your effulgent presence, hear Guru Nanak embraced him with affection and blessed him. "O saint! You have becom
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  • ...tural center for some 20,000 Sikhs who reside in and around Yuba City. The Gurdwara, which was was erected in 1969, sits on a 30 acre site. ...the [[Guruship]] by the last of the living [[Sikh Masters]], [[Guru Gobind Singh]] Ji in 1708.
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  • ...war Singh ji and Baba Fateh Singh ji, the two youngest sons of Guru Gobind Singh. ...mercilessly martyred at Sirhind along with his elder brother, Baba Zorawar Singh. He is probably the youngest recorded martyr in history who knowingly and c
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  • Singh of Patiala (17981845) named the town Gobindgarh after Guru Gobind Singh, though the old name, Bathinda remained in common use. ...Bhatinda qila (fort) stands at the place where according to tradition the Guru combated the ogre and sent him into flight.
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  • '''Gurpurb''', a compound of two words, i.e. guru, the spiritual preceptor, and '''purb''', parva in [[Sanskrit]], meaning a ...ak]] and [[Guru Gobind Singh]], the martyrdom days of [[Guru Arjan]] and [[Guru Tegh Bahadur]], and of the installation of the [[Holy Book]] in the [[Harim
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  • ...performing [[Kirtan]] and attending to the Guru. The Sangat walked behind Guru Ji and the Panj Piaare singing shabads and enjoying the glorious day. Food ...d when the [[Panj Pyara]] (5 beloved ones) walk in front of the Sacred Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji. The Panj Pyaras are donned in their colourful [[Bana]] bef
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  • [[Image:Gurdwarachennai.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Gurdwara Sahib, T Nagar]] ...nt Colonel Gill (former Director General of Prisons) in the year 1949. The Gurdwara is present in GN Chetty Road, Thyagaraya Nagar, Chennai, Madras, South Indi
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  • [[Image:GurudwaraTokaSaab.JPG|thumb|300px|right|Gurdwara Toka Sahib]] ...Singh]], who stayed here for a few days in 1685 and again in 1688. This [[Gurdwara Sahib]] is situated in the peaceful area of village Tota in Sirmaur distric
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  • ...i Bir Singh ate Dhir Singh, a small room in the vicinity of Burj Baba Deep Singh, has recently replaced a platform (thara, in Punjabi) which marked the plac ...Singh, father and son respectively, offered themselves as targets for the Guru to test a muzzle-loading gun presented to him by a Sikh.
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  • ...Harianbeilanaa.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Gurdwara Haria Velan (Patshahi 9) 9th Guru]] ...ine associated with visits from both [[Guru Har Rai]] and [[Sahibzada Ajit Singh]].
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  • reach the city. Kotkapura takes its name from its founder, Nawab Kapura Singh, and the word "kot", meaning a small fort – literally the "fort of Kapura ...ould have been fought at Kotkapura. However, Nawab refused the fort to the guru.
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  • '''Related to:''' Guru Gobind Singh,<br> ...and an agriculturist by profession, was so influenced by the piety of the Guru and his noble cause that he lost no time in serving milk to his army.
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  • ...ed Gurdwara Sis Asthan Patshahi IX ate Puja Asthan Patshahi X or simply, Gurdwara Nabha Sahib, is situated 200 metres south of the habitation. ...ense forest. In November 1675, Bhai Jaita, carrying the severed head of [[Guru Tegh Bahadur]] from [[Delhi]] to [[Anandpur]] spent a night here in the sol
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  • ...In the distance you can make out Akhnoor town, the [[Jia Pota Temple]], a Gurdwara and an old Rajput Fort, it's always a breath taking sight, though modern in ...1802 in the days before the area came under the sway of [[Maharaja Ranjit Singh]]. On the eastern side of this ancient citadel there are steps leading down
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  • ...He was Johri by profession i.e Jeweler. After Having Discourse with Great Guru Nanak he became Sikh of Baba Nanak. ==Met Guru Nanak==
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  • ...t_urgently_needs_repairs..jpg|thumb|250px|right|A collapsed section of the Gurdwara that urgently needs repairs.]] ...devotees accompanied a force of [[Mughal]] Soldiers dispatched to Assam. [[Guru]]ji's assistance averted hostilities between Assam and Mughal [[Hindustan]]
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  • ...overnor of Sirhind, Wazir Khan [1], the place is the today commemorated by Gurdwara Fatehgarh Sahib, 5 km. north of the Sirhind [2]. ...ying gold coins on it. Todar Mal, who was an ardent devotee of Guru Gobind Singh, purchased this place of land by offering gold coins as demanded. And thus
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  • ...uthored 'Titan in Andamans' dedicated to the life of his father [[Dr Dewan Singh Kalepani]], a doctor who dedicated his life for the care of the prisoners a ...went in 1968. He was also associated with the establishment of Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College, Gidderbaha. He retired as an education adviser of [[Punjab]
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  • [[Image:GUDWARA DAMDAMA SAHIB DELHI 1.JPG|thumb|400px|Gurdwara Damdama Sahib of Delhi ]] '''Gurdwara Damdama Sahib is located near Humayun’s Tomb on the Outer Ring Road, New
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  • ...a devout [[Sikh]] who lived during the time of the ninth [[Sikh Guru]], [[Guru Tegh Bahadur]]. He hailed from the Lobana community of Sikhs, who played an ...uru's body. At the same time, Bhai Jaita was on his to Anandpur Sahib with Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib's head.
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  • ...e holi celeberation by hindus in which they used to pour colour and water, GURU SAHIB used to organize competition of wrestling, sword, wielding, arrowshoo ...hereafter an annual tour-ney of warlike sports in Anaiidpur as long as the Guru stayed there. The observance of Hola Mahalla was revived after the Sikhs ha
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  • ...of Indians working on California farms, they felt deeply stirred. Vasakha Singh went to Sacramento to attend the party meeting held on 31 December 1913, an ...Sahaik Committee of which he was elected president. In 1931, Baba Vasakha Singh *s movements were confined to the city of Amritsar, and in 1932, he was det
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  • ...dwara Puddha Sahib'''(also Called Gobindgarh Sahib) is a famous [[Sikh]] [[Gurdwara]] located in Village Puddha, about 1 kilometre from [[Zirakpur]] near villa ...Singh jee founded this place. and Made a Magnificiant Shrine and installed Guru Granth Sahib.
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  • [[Image:GuruGranthSahib.jpg|thumb|350px|left|Guruship endowed to Guru Granth Sahib]] ...thrones or seats of authority is located here. This is where [[Guru Gobind Singh]], the Tenth Teacher, is known to have meditated on the banks of [[river Go
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  • [[Image:Amrit1.jpg|thumb|250px|right|<center>'''Guru Gobind Singh giving Amrit'''</center>]] ...s the day to start the [[Khalsa]] fellowship. On April 13th in most Sikh [[Gurdwara]]s a special ceremony takes place as a reminder of this special first [[Amr
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  • ...her landmark in the life of the 10th Sikh Guru, [[Guru Gobind Singh]]. The Guru was pursued by the [[Mughal]] Army and it was at the site where this [[Gur ..., he was carried in a palanquin with the 5th man waving a chanwar over the Guru's head and taking turns to spell the others as they passed safely through e
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  • {{p|File:GurdwaraSahib.CapeTown1.jpg|[[Gurdwara Sahib Cape Town]]}} The brand new [[Gurdwara Sahib]], the first Sikh Temple in Cape Town, formally started functioning o
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  • ...son of S. Mota Singh ji, who was the younger brother of Sant [[Bhai Rocha Singh ji]]. ...nd him. Keeping company with Sant Bhai Rocha Singh ji had led Bhai Bahadur Singh ji to develope many good qualities.
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  • ...ahibzaadey.jpg|thumb|right|200px|[[Mata Sundri]] Ji, wife of [[Guru Gobind Singh]] Ji]] ...during her stay at this Gurdwara that Mata sundri Ji appointed [[Bhai Mani Singh]] ji as [[Granthi]] (head Priest) of Sri [[Darbar Sahib]]—the Golden Temp
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  • ...his happened on 24 December 1732. A Gurdwara now marks the site where Tara Singh and his companions were cremated. 1. Gian Singh, Giam, Panth Prakash. Lahore, 1880
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  • | '''Spouse :''' || Guru Gobind Singh | '''Children :''' || Ajit Singh, Jujhar Singh, Zorawar Singh, Fateh Singh
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  • [[Image:Atarsingh.jpg|thumb|200px|right|Sant Baba Atar Singh]] ...the village of Lopon, now in [[Faridkot district]]. He was the son of Lal Singh, the village headman.
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  • ...Granth Sahib scribed by Bhai Gurdas under the direct supervision of Sri [[Guru Arjan]] in 1604. On the completion of the Bir [[Bhai Banno]] was sent to La ...f [[Kartarpur]]. The Bir was sanctified during the rule of Maharaja Ranjit Singh.
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  • ...National Congress. During the Civil Disobedience movement, 1931-33, Sardul Singh became acting president of the All-lndia Congress on the arrest on 14 Augus Subhas Chandr's dramatic disappearance from India in early 1941, Sardul Singh Caveeshar was elected president of the Forward Bloc. He was detained for fo
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  • [[Image:Jaisingh.jpg|thumb|200px|right|Raja Jai singh Paying homeage To [[Guru Har Krishan]] Ji]] ...fighting for the throne in 1858, Aurangzib had solicited and secured Jai Singh's assistance as a reward for which he was made governor of Delhi city wit
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  • ...ikh]]s. This place owes its importance to the literary work of Guru Gobind Singh Ji done here during his stay in 1706. ...number of new converts joined the fold of the [[Khalsa]] here. Guru Gobind Singh stayed at Damdama Sahib for nearly a year.
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  • ...erse relating to the history of the Sikhs from the time of the founder, Guru Nanak (AD 14691539), to the establishment in the eighteenth century of pri ...s sinful act of beheading the Guru. From among the events from Guru Gobind Singh's life, the
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  • ...ting one in his own mind for Hindus and the other for the Muslims. Gobind Singh placed his hands one on the either pot, and, having sent for another one, p ..., consequent upon the merger of PEPSU with the Punjab, under the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee.
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  • * [[Gurdwara Bal Lila Maini]] * [[Gurdwara Chacha Phaggu Mal (Sasaram)]]
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  • ...ra. According to these three men, Lokpal is the place where [[Guru Gobind Singh]] meditated in his previous carnation. Lokpal means protector of the world ...sthan (place of meditation and prayer) at which the tenth and final living Guru of the Sikhs achieved union with God in his previous incarnation.
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  • ...there are many old manuscripts in the possession of this Gurdwara. In this Gurdwara the holy Dasam Granth Sahib is also enshrined for the study of the pilgrims ...ere at night and next day early in the morning start their journey towards Gobind Ghat. Along the way, comes Vishnu Prayag where the rivers Akalnanda and Vis
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  • ...jit Nagara as the Guru Granth Sahib is brought out of the Main Area of the Gurdwara.]] ...a (drum) are an integral part of a [[Takht]] (Khalsa Throne) and all the [[Gurdwara]]s.
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  • '''Gurdwara Mal Tekri''' stands at the place of [[Guru Nanak]]’s visit in about 1512 AD. The Shrine is located about 3 miles (5 ...result of which the shrine was restored to the Sikhs in January 1930, and Gurdwara Mal Tekari Sahib was re-established. It comprises a single flat-roofed room
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  • ...ab by the Grand Trunk Road. The old baoli is still there and therefore the Gurdwara is also called Baoli Sahib. ==Gurudwara Gobind Pura – Ambala City ==
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  • '''Guru Manyo Granth Jagriti Yatra''' reached [[Jammu]] during a '''heavy downpour' ...en waiting for weeks to see the Shastars and personal items of Guru Gobind Singh ji.
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  • ...:Jogasingh aw.jpg|thumb|400px|right|{{cs|'''Interior of Gurdwara Bhai Joga Singh, Peshawar'''}}]] Singh]], a young Gursikh who had lived in the presence of [[Guru Gobind Singh]] at Anandpur for many years.
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  • Gurdwara Langar Sahib is situated on the bank of holy river Godavari and is just a k ...e the mutiny he started to move towards south with his army and also asked Guru Ji to step with him.
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  • this ceremony only involves the main family members attending the local Gurdwara. ..." embodies the primary objects of Sikh faith; promises connection with the Guru; and also promotes the ability to lead a pure and pious life which will un
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  • [[Image:Gobindghattt.jpg|thumb|right|300px|GuruDwara Gobind Ghat]] situated at an altitude of 6000 feet. above sea level. A very beautiful Gurdwara had been built there. the place is 6 thousand feet above the sea leval
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  • {{P|Image:dayasingh.jpg|[[Bhai Daya Singh]]}} was Daya Ram. His name is uttered first among the five Beloved of the Guru (Panj Pyaras) in the [[Sikh Ardas]].
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  • [[Image:Kaimghora.jpg|thumb|300px|right|Neela the Guru's Blue Horse, also adorned with a Kalgi. Neela's decendants, stabled at Ana ...iness for the turbulent times ahead. In anticipation of this [[Guru Gobind Singh]] learnt the art of horsemanship from an early age under the guidance of hi
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  • ...rose in opposition to the Empire. Banda Bahudar a disciple of Guru Gobind Singh launched a fierce attack on Ambala area (1709-10) however he lost to Mughal ...ra Parbandhak Committee and the Nirmalas shifted to an ashram near by. The Gurdwara is entered through a high gate in a wall with ramparts giving it the appear
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  • The Gurdwara which have history related to gurus or Martyers are historical gurdwaras. F #[[Gurdwara Baba Atal Sahib]]
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  • ...orld, and impressed on man need to be detached. Crucial is the role of the Guru in helping man in his spiritual pursuit. The language of the Granth is a mi
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  • [[File:600px-Gurudwara Mehdiana Sahib.jpg|thumb|right|400px|Gurdwara Mehdiana Sahib]] ...Dasvin Guru began his morning's meditation. Bhai Daya Singh Ji asked his Guru that as the Singhs and their families were now parted, what would be th
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  • ...bode. [[Guru Gobind Singh]] had heard about him from Mahant Jait Ram of Singh Dadu Dwara. His original name was Lachhman Das. He was a native of Rajauri {{Main|Banda Singh Bahadur}}
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  • ...fter amrit-chhak, with the hukam of Punj Pyaare, he became Bhai Leela-Raam Singh. ...uru, never deviated from this nitnem. In the evening too he used go to the gurdwara sahib and listen to kirtan and katha there. He was leading an amazing life.
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  • ...|'''"Gurdwara Kila Sri Anandgarh Sahib"'''<br>This is one of [[Guru Gobind Singh's]] five forts (Kila or Qila). After winning the [[Battle of Bangani]] and ...and the Hill Rajas had made their written promises of safe passage to the Guru and the Sikhs.}}
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  • ...ara_Shri_Likhansar_Sahib_Talwandi_Sabo.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Darbar Sahib, Gurdwara Likhansar Sahib]] '''Gurdwara Likhansar Sahib''' is an historical Sikh shrine situated in [[Talwandi Sabo
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  • ...h ji, [[Akhand Kirtani Jatha]] performing live from Prabh Milnae Kaa Chaao Gurdwara Moga, India. *2 Followed by akath [[Katha]] by Bhai Sewa Singh jee Tarmala
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  • ...r Gurduara Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji (Oslo).jpg|thumb|right|300px|Gurdwara Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Oslo.]] ...this Gurudwara Sikhs from Oslo and the neighbouring areas come daily. The Gurdwara mainly consists of three large halls. Of those, two are [[Langar]] halls.
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  • | [[Guru Nanak Dev]] visited this place. | [[Guru Teg Bahadur]] visited this place.
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  • ...saying their ardas, and recommended to the Punjab Government amendment to Gurdwara Act so that the jathedar of the takht, like those of the other four takhts, Baba Dip Singh. The muzzleloader is believed to be the one Guru Gobind Singh received as a present (See THARA SAHIB below).
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  • ...three mythological worlds. More than 7 Lakhs of Sikhs visit the historic Gurdwara Kapal Mochan every year on Kartik Purnima (in November) for a dip in the ho *[[Guru Nanak Dev]]
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  • ...order was restored in the Punjab, father and son returned home. Thakar Singh joined the seminary at Damdama Sahib, Talvandi Sabo, where he received f ...or the training of preachers and scripturereaders which he named Bhai Mani Singh Giani Granthi Ate Shahid Ashram.
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  • {{p|Image:GurudwaraMotiBaagSahib.jpg|Front view of Gurdwara Sahib}} ...nd later the name was changed to Moti Bagh. An old story relates that the Guru, an accomplished archer, shot two arrows from a colony of cobblers in Mot
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  • ...The latter was born here during the holy family's sojourn at Patna during Guru Tegh Bahadur's tour of eastern Bihar, Bengal and Assam from 1666 to 1670. P ...Sangat. Later Salas Rai, a wealthy jeweler, became a convert and took the Guru to his own place where, too, a small community of Sikh believers was formed
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  • {{p3|Image:Tarhisaab3.jpg|Gurdwara Garhi Sahib, Chamkaur Sahib, Punjab, India}} ...he town of Chamkaur while being pursued by an army of 1,000's. Guru Gobind Singh and the 40 Sikhs sought shelter in a mud-built double story house. They wer
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  • |Damdami Taksaal (Jatha Bhindraan), Gurdwara Gurdarshan Parkaash, Mehta, Amritsar. ...erhaas’ to preach the Gurbani. Guru Arjan Dev Ji edited ‘Beerh Sahib’ (Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji). Baba Sri Chand started preaching the Gurmat. After Sri Ch
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  • | '''Spouse :''' || Guru Gobind Singh ...b Devan', was the Mother of the [[Khalsa]]. Mata Sahib Kaur Ji accompanied Guru Sahib throughout his life.
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  • ...t support Raja Bhim Chand of Kahlur in his designs against Guru Gobind Singh. take revenge on the Guru. All of this intrigue was interfering with the Guru's attemps at writing.
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  • =='''Gurdwara Dhehri Sahib, Poonch'''== [[Image:Sarbjeet 13n.jpg|thumb|right|400px|'''Gurdwara Dhehri Sahib, Poonch''']]
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  • I''', (born______ - died April 1688) the eldest son of [[Mirza Raja Jai Singh]] I (1605-1667), ruler of Amber, and head of the Kachwaha Rajput clan, from [[Image:Guru-HarKrishan-in-Jai-Sing.jpg||250px|right|]]
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  • [[Image:Guru88.jpg|thumb|350px|left|{{cs|Countdown to 300th anniversary of Guru Granth Sahib}}]] ...hip]] of [[Guru Granth Sahib]] in October 2008. To mark this occasion, the Gurdwara is asking all [[Sikh]]s to recite the [[Mool Mantar]] for '''15 minutes'''
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  • to the same path. He sent him to Varanasi for higher learning. Nishchal Singh, having attained proficiency in Sanskrit studies at Varanasi, spent another *Guru Gobind Singh College, Patna Sahib
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  • ...of sahota village. When this Qila was being constructed, [[Sahibzada Fateh Singh]] ji was born hence it was named Qila Fatehgarh Sahib. Fatehgarh means 'Fo ...supervision of the successors of [[Sant Seva Singh]] of Qila Anandpur. The Gurdwara is a two-storeyed domed building. In front of it is an old well which once
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  • [[Image:Gobind-20.jpg|thumb|250px|left|Guru Gobind Singh the founder of Damdami Taksaal]] ...h university, which was founded by [[Guru Gobind Singh]], the tenth [[Sikh Guru]] to impart knowledge of [[Gurmat]] onto all the people of the world. It ha
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  • ...ny thousands of Sikhs visit the city to pay their respects to the sacred [[Gurdwara]] by the river Godavari. ...rict town in Maharashtra. The place is sacred to the memory of Guru Gobind Singh, who passed away here on 7 October 1708. The shrine honouring his memory is
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  • * [[Gaj ke Fateh Bulao]] - This is used by Bhai in gurdwara, which means say fateh in loud voice and immediatley you will heard fateh i ...hoolte Nishaan Rahe, Panth Maharaj Ke]] : It means the flag of GUru Gobind Singh always Jhoolta rahe.
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  • ...m upon which the [[holy Granth]] is place in the [[Darbar hall]] in [[Sikh Gurdwara]]s. * [[Guru Har Gobind]]
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  • [[Image:GurudwaraGurukalahore.JPG|thumb|right|300px|Gurdwara Guru Ka Lahore at Basantgarh]] ...dri]], were two separate persons and only one was married to [[Guru Gobind Singh]].
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  • Gurdwara Singh Sawa, Gemeinschaft zum Andenken an Guru Nanak,
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  • ...and administering to them AMRIT or me KHALSA initiation. 1. Sabadarth Sri Guru Granth Sahib. AMRITSAR, 1959
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  • ...ime of [[Guru Har Rai]] who was honoured for his devotion by [[Guru Gobind Singh]] with the titles of Sachchi Dahri (lit. True Beard) and Sangat Sahib, was ...e [[SGPC]], Jagat Singh, and eleven other representatives of the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee.
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  • ...Granth Sahib]]. In this case the word is can also be shortened to just the Guru's [[Hukam]]. ...Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee, 1967). A separate anthology of [[Guru Tegh Bahadur]]'s hukamnamas, in Devanagari transcription and with an Englis
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  • {{p3|File:Gurdwara Bir Baba Budda Sahib.jpg|Gurdwara Bir Baba Budda Sahib<br>{{Panoramiophoto|9080108}}}} ...tsar]] [[Punjab]] [[India]]. Baba Buddha ji spent much of his life here. [[Guru Arjan Dev]] also visited this place at some stage.
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  • ==History & Composition of Siri Guru Granth Sahib== ...his companions, Bala and Mardana, and by the Sangats which grew up around Guru Nanak. In his later years, at Kartarpur, it became customary for the member
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  • ...n his father, Bhai Parijaba, died leaving his wife and a younger son, Mota Singh, to his care. ...seeking the company of saintly persons. It is said that he met GURU Gobind Singh sometime after the evacuation of Anandpur Sahib in December 1705, and recei
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  • ...h the eighth [[Guru Sri Harkrishan Sahib]] ji and two wives of Guru Gobind Singh namely Mata Sundri ji and Mata Sahib Kaur ji. open the lock,a unifier of man with God and so on. In fact for Sikhs a Guru is indispensable, yet he is not an end in himself, but only a means for the
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  • ...his name nor where he meditated but prophesied that there would be a fine Gurdwara built on such a location. And Indeed one was built where he meditated in Ka ...n's hymns (the [[Sukhmani]] 'pearl of peace') is constantly recited. Ishar Singh did not name a successor and the movement has split under several gurus.
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  • '''The Punjab Sikh Gurdwara Act, 1925''' ...nth as the Guru had been in vogue since the death of the tenth Guru Gobind Singh, it did not resolve the fundamental question of central authority in Sikhis
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  • {{p|File:Gurdwara Sheetal Kund-1.jpg|Gurdwara Sheetal Kund, Rajgir, Bihar}} ...ater there would now flow cold and pure. Ever since then, the water at the Guru Nanak Sheetal Kund has flowed cold, and while Rajgir does not host even a m
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  • "Gurdwara Reform Movement & The Sikh Awakening" , which is a detailed eye-witness acc ...of the Shromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee to the action' of one Banta Singh of Dhotian who boldly tackled a man armed with a revolver, a truly lion-hea
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  • fought Marathas at Delhi who had replaced Mughals). At that time, Kapur singh created Dal Khalsa and asked Sikhs to occupy the area between Jamuna and In ...and a fourth was built where the eighth Guru and the wives of Guru Gobind Singh were cremated.
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  • [[Image:Paintingshahidanladhewal.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Painting baba Ajit Singh paying obesience to Shahids]] | Zabar Khan took wife of Devi Das to Bassi Kalan, and [[Guru Gobind Singh]] sent his elder sahibzada to restore the dola (wedded party) and bring Zab
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  • It is generally believed that the Anandpur town was founded by Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib on June 19,1665. In fact it was Chakk Nanaki which had b ...towns. Hence, social, political, economic and spiritual role became one in Guru Sahib.
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  • ...ndha, is famous for the Sachkhand Hazur Sahib Gurdwara where [[Guru Gobind Singh's]] ashes are buried. * [[Gurdwara Tapiana Sahib Bhagat Namdev Ji]]
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  • [[Image:Sundarsinghbhindranwala.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Sant Giani Sundar Singh Bhindranwale]] ...lan, state Firozpur, in the year 1883. Their fathers name was Baba Khajaan Singh and their mothers name Bibi Mehtab Kaur.
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  • {{p4|Image:Gurdwaraseesganjsahibsahib.JPG|[[Gurdwara Sri Guru Sis Ganj Sahib]], [[Delhi]], [[India]]}} ...wk]] area of [[Delhi|Old Delhi]], where the revered ninth [[Sikh Guru]], [[Guru Tegh Bahadur]], was beheaded, on [[Wednesday]], [[November 24]], [[1675]],
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  • * 5: Birth [[Guru Hargobind]] Ji / 21 Harh ...rh]] 24, 1544) at the home of [[Mool Chand]] in [[Batala]] (now Dera Sahib Gurdwara)
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  • ...that Guru Granth Sahib has taught us brotherhood and amity and the grand ‘Guru Manyo Granth Jagriti Yatra’ would promote community harmony in the Jammu ...carrying holy Guru Granth Sahib and the weapons of great Sikh Guru Gobind Singh ji.
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  • ...Guru Gobind Singh|Guru Gobind Singh's]] blessings, painting by [[Devender Singh]]]] ...[[Guru Gobind Singh]] returned with the family to [[Anandpur]] where Ajit Singh was brought up in the approved Sikh style.
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  • ...e of two engagements, battles, which took place here between [[Guru Gobind Singh]] and the imperial troops in the opening years of the eighteenth century. According to Guru shabaci Ratnakar Mahan Kosh, Guru Gobind Singh had been here once before when he was on his way to Kurukshetra in 1702. On
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  • ...scussion is about the definition of a Sikh as a "person who believe in the Guru Granth Sahib, believe in the Ten Gurus, and have no other religion." The greatest contribution of the last living 10th Guru Nanak-- Guru Gobind Singh-- is the creation of Khalsa, the family of pure ones, to which a Sikh may b
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  • ...had become a [[Sikh]] during the time of [[Guru Arjan]], the fifth [[Sikh Guru]]. She was the only sister of four brothers. ...eighborhood, who had gone to [[Anandpur]] Sahib to fight for [[Guru Gobind Singh]] Ji, had deserted him under adverse conditions.
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  • '''Granthi:''' A ceremonial reader of the Guru Granth Sahib.''' ...daily religious services, reading from the Sikh scripture, maintaining the gurdwara premises, and teaching and advising community members. A granthi is not equ
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  • '''Gurdwara Paonta Sahib''' is situated in the city of the same name which grew up arou ...ery hopeful of establishing a strong relationship with the powerful [[Sikh Guru]]. As a special gesture of respect, the Raja, members of his court and h
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  • ...sweeping views of the plains as you descend down the road to the present [[Gurdwara]]. ...stivities) held during Holi in the month of March, Dashera in October and Guru Nanak’s birthday in November, the numbers of visitors swells to about 3
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  • ...ce where Mata ji was cremated or a source such as Mahan Kosh by Bhai Kahan Singh Nabha where the relevant entry is as follows: ...ji di kukh ton Baba Jujhar Singh ji, Baba Zorawar Singh ji ate Baba Fateh Singh ji janme. Mata ji da parlokgaman 13 assu, samat 1757 (1700 AD) nu Anandpur
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  • ...], [[Akal Takhat]]. the Everlasting Throne. It was, however, [[Guru Gobind Singh]] who popularized the term [[Akal]] as an attributive name of God. A set of Singh. Phula Singh`s Akalis formed the crack brigade in Maharaja RANJIT Singh`s army as well as the custodians of the nation`s conscience and morals. Aft
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  • ...BanglaSahib by Solarider.jpg|'''[[Gurdwara Bangla Sahib|Beautiful view of Gurdwara Bangla Sahib, Delhi]]''' <br><small>Photo by [ ...importance ones are listed and described in brief below. The [[Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee]] is responsible for the management of these 9 places
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  • According to Bhai Santokh Singh, Sn Gur Pratdp Suraj Granth, Nand Singh fought in the battle of Anandpur as well as in that of Chamkaur. He fell 1. Santokh Singh, Bhai, Sri Gur Pratap Suraj Granth. Amritsar, 192735
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  • ...g child his thoughts were on God as his mentor and teacher,Sant Baba Diwan Singh Ji,taught him the way of seva and simran in his early years. At the age of ...oming from the sky and that he had actually had ‘Darshan’ of Guru Gobind Singh Ji along with his Eagle and Horse.
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  • [[Image:Gurdwara-Nadha-SahibA.jpg|thumb|300px|right|{{cs|'''Gurdwara Shri Nadha Sahib'''}}]] ...[[Chandigarh]] (30°44`N, 76°46`E), commemorates the visit of [[Guru Gobind Singh]], who halted here while travelling from [[Paonta Sahib]] to [[Anandpur]] a
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  • [[Image:Ramsarbuild.JPG|thumb|300px|Right|Gurdwara Ramsar Sahib Side View]] ...ate, on the south-eastern side of the walled city of Amritsar, the present Gurdwara Ramsar is a small marble-lined hall topped by a gilded, fluted lotus dome.
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  • [[Image:Samundrisinghteja.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Teja Singh Samundri]] ...the [[Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee]] was born the son of Deva Singh and Nand Kaur at Rai ka Burj in [[Tarn Taran]] tahsil in [[Amritsar dist
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  • *5: Birth of [[Guru Gobind Singh]], the Tenth [[Sikh Guru]] - 23 [[Poh]] *18: Birthday [[Bhai Himmat Singh]] (1661), one of the Panj Pyare
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  • established. Actually the Rehat Maryada was proposed by the [[Shiromani Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee]]'s Conduct and Conventions Sub-Committee in 1936. It :Singh Sahib Jathedar Mohan Singh, Jathedar Sri Akal Takhat;
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  • ...e excuse that the place was haunted. Since Sikhs don't build tombs and the Guru like other Sikhs didn't believe in ghosts he spent the night here to show t
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  • ...they may have the chance of seeing their beloved spiritual preceptor." The Guru agreed to extend his stay in this village. ...the Guru with devotion and asked, "It is said that you sit on the gaddi of Guru Nanak, but what do you know of the old religious books?"
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  • ...concluding portion of the [[Guru Granth Sahib]]. They precede [[Guru Arjan|Guru Arjan's]] Mundavani and appear from page 1426 to 1429 of the Sikh holy Gran human Guru of the Sikhs. As is commonly believed, they were composed by Guru Teg Bahadur while in the 'Kotwali' (prison) at [[Chandni Chowk]], [[Delhi]]
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  • In 1964, when some of the historical weapons of [[Guru Gobind Singh]] were sent back from England to [[Punjab]], an Englishman, in complete Sik ...weapons or was there any other reason?" The explanation given by him at [[Gurdwara Bangla Sahib]] is given below:
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  • ...ained his dress throughout the rest of his life. He also took part in the Gurdwara Reform movement for which he suffered jail in 1924 in the Jaito campaign ..., including its principal spokesman, Sir Sundar Singh Majithia. Sir Sundar Singh carried his seat, and became
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  • ...those by Gulab Singh, Sant Narain Singh, Giani Gian Singh and GianI Sardul Singh. The editor, Bhal Randhir Singh, also worked out his own gurprandU which he appended to the volume. The Chi
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  • ...he Afghan hordes. This early 19th century fort designed by Maharaja Ranjit Singh showcases special defence mechanisms against such attacks. However, unfortu ...ngh of Patiala. A small gurdwara commemorates the visit of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji here.
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  • who answered to their local "Manji leader" who was chosen by the [[Sikh Guru]]. ...usly adhering to and living by the rules and principles laid down by the [[Guru Granth Sahib]] but interpreted by the local jatha-group or "jathebandi".
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  • ...him to travel further west disguised as Muslim divines. There are three [[gurdwara]]s to commemorate these events. ...ri [[Guru Gobind Singh]] ji in jungles of Machhiwara, painting by [[Bhagat Singh]] ]]
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  • ==GURDWARA SRI NANAK JHIRA SAHIB== ((main|Gurdwara Nanak Jhira Sahib}}
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  • [[Image:Jotisaroop.jpg|thumb|400px|right|Gurdwara Joti Saroop]] ...pture the Guru at Anandpur or Chamkaur, he no doubt saw the arrival of the Guru's youngest children as his best chance to regain some favor in the eyes of
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  • ...8,]] [[1696]] - [[December 26,]] [[1705]]), the third son of [[Guru Gobind Singh]], was born to [[Mata Jito Ji]] (also known as Mata Sundari Ji) at [[Anandp ...especially attached to young Zorawar Singh and his infant brother, [[Fateh Singh]]. She took charge of both children as the column moved out of [[Anandpur]]
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  • ...tee is the accepted form today. The title 'Rahrasi' comes from the hymn of Guru Ram Das included under So Daru wherein the word occurs once in the line: gu ...n the fourth hymn, Guru Ram Das asks for the favour of Name enlightenment. Guru Arjan next says that he who with satsangat, holy company, mingles is libera
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  • By : DR. HARJINDER SINGH''' DILGEER ...the carrying out the Guru's Order but even the Darshan (a simple look) at Guru's Hukamnama was a matter of pride for a Sikh.
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  • ...kistan, a province of the professedly Islamic State of Pakistan, all these Gurdwara vanished. Only in Dacca, Sikh soldiers, after the successful victory in the ...putation led by Captain Bhag Singh of Calcutta recovered possession of the Gurdwara, cleaned it and held a congregation in it on 2nd January, 1972. Even Sayyad
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  • [[Image:Gurdwara-Patalpuri aw.jpg|thumb|right|300px|{{cs|Gurdwara Patalpuri Sahib}}]] ...644 as well as [[Guru Har Rai]] in 1661 were cremated here. The ashes of [[Guru Harkrishan]] were brought from [[Delhi]] and immersed here in 1664.
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  • *5: Birth of [[Guru Gobind Singh]], the Tenth [[Sikh Guru]] - 23 [[Poh]] *18: Birthday [[Bhai Himmat Singh]] (1661), one of the Panj Pyare
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  • * [[:Category:Gurdwara|Gurdwaras]] *'''9''' Birth [[Guru Ram Das]]
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  • ...urdwara, located 5 km from Nangal, presents a majestic view. [[Guru Gobind Singh]] is said to have mediated at this spot. ...anaksar Sahib]]. On the 7th of each month there is a great function in the Gurdwara sahib having huge gathering and [[langar]].
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  • Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee]] nominated the old sarbrdh, [[Sundar Singh Ramgarhia]], as a member of the new committee and appointed him to continue ...21, the extra assistant commissioner Amar Nath, raided the house of Sundar Singh Ramgarhia with a police party and took away the keys.
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  • ...u Shah''' was a govenor of Lahore who was responsible for the torture of [[Guru Arjan Dev]]. ...o the local [[Sangat]], who felt injured and passed Chandu's remarks on to Guru Arjan.
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  • founded by [[Guru Tegh Bahadur]] Ji in [[1665]]. His son, [[Guru Gobind Singh ji]], who spent 25 years of his life in the city, added greatly to the city ...was born with the first initiation of [[Khande Di Pahul]], when the young Guru called for a special congregation on the [[Baisakhi day]] of [[1699]] with
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  • | '''Spouse :''' || Guru Gobind Singh | '''Children :''' || Ajit Singh
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  • ...other Sikhs, the '''Sahajdharis believe in the [[Ten Gurus]] and in the [[Guru Granth Sahib]]''', though they exempt themselves from the obligation of ''' ...accepting a creed or form'''. This term came into use after [[Guru Gobind Singh]] inaugurated the [[Khalsa]] in 1699 A D., introducing the [[khande di pahu
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  • [[Image:Ggs rabab.jpg|thumb|300px|[[Chris Mooney Singh]] with Guru Gobind Singh's Rabab|right]] ...accompanist-musician. Formerly the Muslim singers were called mirasis, but Guru Nanak gave them a new name - rababis, because they played on the [[rabab]]
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  • ...pinder singh1.jpg|thumb|200px|right|Head Of D.S. Samprada - Sant Bhupinder Singh Rarawala]] ...of this Jatha believe that Bhai Daya Singh was sanctioned by [[Guru Gobind Singh]] to initiate his own order of [[Nirmala]] Sikhs.
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  • ...h sent 150 men under a sardar, Chanda Singh, for the construction of Gurdwara Takht Sachkhand Sri Hazur Sahib Abichalnagar at Nanded. Not all of them r ...ers of the five kakkas and conform strictly to the ordinances of the tenth Guru."
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  • .... The [[Sevadar]] (volunteer) respectfully waves the Chaur Sahib above the Guru Sahib as a sign of respect and dedication. ...d by the Guru ([[Gurbani]]) and humility ([[Nimrata]]) for the word of the Guru. Further, when the Sevadar waves the Chaur Sahib, he or she would silently
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  • [[Image:GGSinMacchiwara.jpg|thumb|300px|right|<small>Guru Gobind Singh uproots a plant and says, "This spells the end of the Mughal Empire</small [[Image:Bandaji.jpg|thumb|300px|right|<small>Banda Singh Bahadur destroys the oppressors of Sirhind</small>]]
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  • ...arly fifteenth century by their founder and [[spiritual teacher]] called [[Guru Nanak]]. He was firmly of the belief that all people were born equal and sh [[Guru]] means "[[spiritual leader]]" and he guided his people in the way of [[God
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  • where most of Banis of [[Dasam Granth]] were written by Guru Gobind Singh. ...visitors every day. Paonta Sahib retains tangibly memories of the martial Guru in the form of his weapons and a majestic Gurudwara and recalls his presenc
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  • ...held at Varanasi, Azamgarh and Allahbad. On 25th September 1978, Gurbachan Singh reached Kanpur at 9.30pm flanked by police officers ordered to provide prot The news soon leaked out and Sikhs started a protest march from Gurdwara Gobindpuri Sahib Ji, which is three kilometres away from the Nirankari Bhaw
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  •|thumb|250px|right|<center>''The Sikh holy book called the Sri Guru Granth Sahib'''</center>]] {{Main|Guru Granth Sahib}}
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  • {{p4|Image:SGGS9.jpg|[[Sri Guru Granth Sahib]]}} ...ithout break; path = reading) is the non-stop, continuous recital of the [[Guru Granth Sahib]] from beginning to end. Such a recital is normally completed
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  • ...rom the granthi ji of the Gurdwara there. She was married to Sardar Harnam Singh of Village Kaonke. He later on joined the army and died in 1902 while servi the south of India. The Gurdwara was built in the memory of Guru Gobind Singh who left for his heavenly abode from there. She stayed at Nanded for some t
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  • [[Image:Gurdw1.JPG|thumb|300px|right|Gurdwara at Bhangani]] This is how [[Guru Gobind Singh]] describes the [[Battle of Bhangani]] in the [[Bani]], [[Bachitar Natak]],
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  • [[Image:Nanadsingh.JPG|thumb|200px|right|Baba Nand Singh - Founder Of Nanaksar]] ...ingh]], founded this Sikh movement. He was born in 1869/1872 to Sardar Jai Singh and Sardarni Sada Kaur, in the village of Sherpur Kalan, located 5 kilomete
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  • ...ghals by arranging for the cremation of young martyred sons of Guru Gobind Singh and his mother. ...and Baba Fateh Singh, the two younger sons of 10th Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh in 1704 A.D, by paying an exorbitant price to the owner of the land. He had
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  • ...nded and maintained by the small Sikh population of the place. In fact the Gurdwara is running a residential school for young boys in scripture-reading, kirtan ...cated to Guru Nanak Dev, are associated with the activities of Guru Gobind Singh during the forty odd days of his stay here. All the Gurdwaras are connected
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  • ...cto ruler of the Sikh empire. Since the book was written to please Hira Singh and Pandit Jalla, it is full of praise for the Hindu Dogra clique of Laho ...ingh. The poet tries to paint a rosy picture of the administration of Hira Singh and Pandit Jalla.
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  • [[Image:Bababharnamneeldhari.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Sant Maharaj Harnam Singh Ji, Kile Wale]] ...n the [[Sikh faith]] which was founded by His Holiness Sant Maharaj Harnam Singh Ji (Kile Wale) in the year 1966. This organisation begun in Kile Sahib, whi
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  • ...y. Now she was regular in the performance of her daily prayers and visited Gurdwara daily. She collected other baptized girls and started learning fencing and ...d her two younger grandsons had been martyred, so they started to find the Guru. They were on their way when the chief of Malerkotla state with two hundred
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  • {{main|Baba Puran Singh}} ...'t charge when he started. He wrote to his Guru (in India) about this. The Guru, Swami somebody, allowed him to charge 20/-. When my husband first met Baba
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  • {{p|File:Singh & singhni in bana.jpg|Singh & Singhni in Bana}} him or her as a human being dedicated to a life of truthful living. The Guru has instructed his Sikhs to maintain high moral character, symbolized by th
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  • [[Image:GurudwaraShriRawalsarSahib.JPG|thumb|right|300px|Gurdwara Rawalsar Sahib]] '''Gurdwara Rawalsar Sahib''' is located high on the hillside above the lake known as R
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  • [[Image:Pkr.jpg|thumb|400px|right|Kashmiri Pandits with [[Guru Tegh Bahadar]] ]] ==Kashmiri Pandits & The Great Sacrifice of Guru Teg Bahadur==
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  • ...His parents were Sardar Gulzar Singh and Mata Gurdail Kaur. Bhai Amarjeet Singh had one brother and a sister. ...ays came at the top of his class. When he graduated in 1988, Bhai Amarjeet Singh secured 72% marks on his finals (a very high mark in India).
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  • ...arMall.JPG|thumb|300px|right|<center>Haveli of Todar Mal, 1 Km away from [[Gurdwara Fatehgarh Sahib]]</center> ]] ...Zorawar Singh|Zorawar Singh]] aged about 6, [[Sahibzada Fateh Singh|Fateh Singh]] aged about 9 and their grandmother, [[Mata Gujari]].
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  • ...hen these soldiers faced battle against the Hill chiefs, they deserted the Guru's army. ...wn by the Peer in this urgently needed support. However, in supporting the Guru, this action made him an enemy of the Mughals, who in 1704 executed him.
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  • ...ches his brother [[Ajit Singh]] in action with their father, [[Guru Gobind Singh]]</small>]] ...asp}} [[1691]] - [[7 December]] [[1705]]), the second son of [[Guru Gobind Singh]], was born to [[Mata Jito|Mata Jito ji]] (also known as [[Mata Sundari|Mat
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  • ...han]], [[India]]. This [[Gurdwara]] is connected to the sixth Guru, Shri [[Guru Hargobind]]'s visit and his part in the fabled hunt. (The story is told by [[Image:Shershikarmachkund.JPG|thumb|right|300px|Gurdwara Machkund]]
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  • Writing about Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Swami Vivekanand wrote: ...etween a Hindu and a Muslim for him. He was common Guru to all. He was the Guru of all human race. '''
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  • ...chhiwara, Deenagarh, Mukatsar Sahib, Lakhhi Jangal and Pakka Pathrala, the Guru reached Talwandi Sabo in 1705. ...he Sikh religion. Another great [[Shaheed]] (Martyr) of Sikhi, [[Baba Deep Singh]] ji was installed as the the first Jathedar (head) of this temporal seat.
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  • ...irhind sarkar extended to [[Anandpur]] which was the seat of [[Guru Gobind Singh]] in the closing decades of the seventeenth century. At the instance of one ...May 1710. Sirhind was occupied by the Sikhs two days later, and [[Bhai Baj Singh]] was appointed governor. The town was, however, taken again by the imperia
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  • [[Guru Gobind Singh]] came to this place after the [[Battle of Muktsar]] in 1705 and stayed at ...saved the honour of the [[Sikhism|faith]] for [[Malwa]] as ''[[Bhai Mahan Singh]]'' saved it for [[Majha]]'''". Then he received the rites of initiation.
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  • ...nd Singh's elder sons in 1705. A tradesman by profession, his father Sujan Singh turned to real estate. He came by much prosperity this way. Ujjal Singh was born in Sindh Sagar Doab of Punjab in the little village of Hadali (no
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  • ...tra started from Rajouri [[Jammu Kashmir]] the birth place of [[Baba Banda Singh Bahadur]] on 11-05-2010''' ...ith the Tercentenary (300th) celebrations of Sirhind victory by Baba Banda Singh Bahadur commenced from the birth place (Rajouri) of the great worrior for P
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  • [[Image:Sarbjeet 13ak.png|thumb|right|200px|Mahant Bachiter Singh ji]] ...Mangal Singh Ji Doom]] as the mukhi-[[sewadar]] (Chief Guardian) of the [[Gurdwara Nangali Sahib (Poonch)]] on 23rd October 1947. Mahant ji was a great religi
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  • ...ed with divine power by God. Most Sants claim to have been commissioned by Guru Nanak to preach his mission. Some of them have established deras (religious ...r the leadership of the Akali Dal from the veteran Sikh leader Master Tara Singh and went on a hunger strike for the attainment of Punjabi Suba (Punjabi spe
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  • [[Image:Baba_Deep_Singh_Ji.JPG|thumb|right|300px|Baba Deep Singh Ji]] the precincts of the Golden Temple. Although mortally wounded Baba Deep Singh was able to continue fighting until he was able to make his way to the Sacr
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  • the 15th century. [[Guru Nanak]], their first 'spiritual teacher' or [[Guru]] was born in [[1469]]. ...scriptures for guidance - so the [[living Guru of the Sikhs]] is the [[Sri Guru Granth Sahib]], which is a large written volume consisting of 1430 pages.
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  • ...Minar. Here [[Baba Banda Singh Bahadur]] ji, his four year old son [[Ajai Singh]] along with forty [[Sikh]]s were tourtured to death by the [[Mughal]]s. After his son Ajai Singh was killed, before Banda's eyes, his heart was cut out and dripping with bl
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  • March 4: [[Guru Hargobind]] arrived at Machkund - [[Gurdwara Sher Shikar, Muchukund]] March 14 Gur Gadi [[Guru Har Rai]] Ji(??11/12) /1 Chet
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  • ...pecially the ninth and tenth Gurus, [[Guru Teg Bahadur]] and [[Guru Gobind Singh]], many follow [[Sikhism]] as well. ...the ruling principality of Mathura. He had two sons named Chach and Nahar Singh. After the death of Narsingh Dev, his sons became disenchanted with Mathura
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  • ...with weapons undreamed of in the days in which its builder, the first Sikh Guru to ever call for any arming of the Sikhs had asked for [[Miri and Piri]] - ...ary of a day held sacred by all Sikhs; the day that the fifth Sikh Guru, [[Guru Arjan]], after many days of torture, had dissapeared into the river that su
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  • The collection of Guru Gobind Singh Ji's writings are known as the Dasam Granth. They consist of eighteen works ...arned persons fail to recognise the fact that nowhere in his writings does Guru Ji accept them as anything other then the creations of the Formless Akal.
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  • {{p|Image:Pkr.jpg|[[Kashmiri pandits|Pandit Kirpa Ram address the Guru]]}} ...ti Brahmin of Matan, 65 km east of Srinagar, in Kashmir. Aru Ram had met [[Guru Har Rai]] and sought his blessing at the time of the latter's visit to Kash
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  • ...u Sahib was released after about two months. Resuming his mission further, Guru Sahib reached Mathura and then Agra and from here he reached Allahabad via ...s Ji, Bhai Sati Dass Ji, Bhai Dayal Das Ji and Baba Gurditta Ji, supported Guru Sahib in religious sittings during these tours.
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  • == '''Gursikh:''' A Sikh devoted to the Guru. == == [[Guru]]: ==
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  • ...ent-day Hoshiarpur district of the Punjab. She was married to Guru Gobind Singh at Anandpur on 4 April 1684. The father-in-law had desired that the bridegr ...raised near the village of Basantgarh, 10 km north of Anandpur, and named Guru ka Lahore where the nuptials were held on 23 Har 1734 Bk/21 June 1684. Mata
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  • *[[Singh]] - [[:Category:Sikh Guru]]
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  • [[Image:DSGPC.JPG|thumb|200px|right|Official Logo Of Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Mnagement Committe ]] ...aries and other charitable institutions in Delhi. It is headquartered in [[Gurdwara Rakab Ganj Sahib]], Near Parliament House
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  •|thumb|300px|right|Sahibzada Zorawar Singh and Fateh Singh in captivity]], during the dead of winter the unheated burj offered no comfort for the Guru's mother and sons.
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  • ...d gur (raw sugar) and is understood and experienced as a blessing from the Guru and should not be refused. ...ty and unity. Offering kara parshad also makes sure that no one leaves the Guru's presence empty handed.
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  • ...ose skills to India, along with their love of the Shikar, in the days of [[Guru Nanak]]. The muskets that the men of his son Humayun used to defeat the Ra ...ted as symbols of strength. The tiger, also said to be the beast downed by Guru Hargobind, has been hunted almost to extintion in India. Its bones are wor
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  • ...or:red; background: transparent; font-size: 1.5em; text-align:center" | '''Gurdwara Fatehgarh Sahib'''<br> | Gurdwara Fatehgarh Sahib
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  • ...o sixteen), he is taken to a Gurudwara and there, in the presence of the [[Guru Granth Sahib]] and following [[Ardas]], his first turban will be ceremonial ...-colored fabric. His family and friends, beaming with pride, sang in the [[gurdwara]] as the men crowded around the 14-year-old, tucking and tying, until they
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  • '''Gurdwara Majnu-ka-Tilla''' is situated on the right bank of river [[Yamuna]], opposi ...surrounding estate of donated by early 19th-century Sikh emperor, [[Ranjit Singh]].
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  • and mistranslations. Chaupa Singh, on the authority of Guru Gobind Singh, lays down a general rule with regard to the administration of tankhah : "I ...karah prasad worth a declared sum or make a cash contribulron towards the Guru's golak or the common fund. In case of one or more of the four hajar kirahi
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  • ...od is One." The symbol is an emblem of the Sikh religion and is found on [[Gurdwara]]s (Sikh temples). The symbol has some resemblance to the [[Sanskrit]] OM w ...he Sikh [[Mool mantra]], and the first phrase in the Sikh Holy book, the [[Guru Granth Sahib]]:
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  • [[Image:Patnasahib_(2).jpg|thumb|right|300px|Darbar Sahib Gurdwara Gau Ghat]] ...use. It was sanctified first by [[Guru Nanak]] in 1509 A.D. and later by [[Guru Tegh Bahadur]] along with his family in 1666 AD. It is about 4 kilometers
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  • |Name = Baba Gurditta Sahib Ji (Also as "Guru Baba Gurditta") |Parents = [[Guru Hargobind Ji]] & [[Mata Ganga Ji]]
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  • ...anted during the reign of [[Emperor Akbar]]. [[Guru Arjan]]'s successor, [[Guru Hargobind]], resided here too for some time. Two of his sons, Suraj Mall an ...original copy of Guru Granth Sahib. He stayed behind and declared himself Guru forming his own sect and collecting income from land as well as from offeri
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  • ...ot in anyway support the concept of Living human Gurus after [[Guru Gobind Singh]].''' ...l pic of Piara Bhaniara, in regalia which evokes the dress of Guru Gobind Singh for many.]]
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  • [[Image:Zafar-verse.jpg|thumb|right|450px|Zafarnama By [[Guru Gobind Singh]]]] ...]]. The letter is written in exquisite [[Persian]] verse. In this letter, Guru Ji reminds [[Aurangzeb]] how he and his henchmen had broken their oaths ta
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  • == Gurdwara Pather Sahib == [[image:pil2.gif|300px|thumb|The inside of Gurdwara Pather Sahib - You can see the boulder in the background.]]
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  • SHER SINGH, GIANI ...ruction at the hands of two Sikh school men, SantJavala Das and Sant Bhola Singh, and then attending for nearly five years an institute for the blind childr
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  • [[Image:Bhaigurpalsinghbabbar.jpg|thumb|200px|right|Gurpal Singh Bhuccho Mandi]] ...i and transformed them into saint-warriors. One such youth was Bhai Gurpal Singh Jee from Bhuccho Mandi, district Bathinda.
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  • ...d in the making of Sikhi based films. The Trust is named after mother of [[Guru Nanak Dev]] ji is a non-political social organization. ...3 on unparalleled martyrdom of four sons (Sahebzadas) of Sri [[Guru Gobind Singh]] Ji.
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  • ''Delhi in [[Guru Gobind Singh]] Ji's Bani:'' this city, having stayed several times at a [[Gurdwara]] near Delhi. [[Guru Har Krishan]] died here while tending, not only his own his own plague stru
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  • ...te enjoy a place of pride in the politics and administration of the state. Guru Nanak visited almost all the key religious centres and places of political ...hymn each of Bhagat Trilochan (1267-1335) and Parmanand (1483-1593) in Sri Guru Granth Sahib.
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