Talk:Gurdwara Lakhpat Sahib
Excellent article, the sharing of the old construction details working better than modern water proof which trapped humidity leaves a record of ways that could have been lost and are indeed superior Allenwalla 10:42, 13 October 2007 (EDT)
Thanks to User:Hpt lucky who started the article and the many others who helped. Most grateful for your kind comments, Allenwalla. And many thanks for your constant contributions to SikhiWiki. Keep in Chardikala, das Hari Singh 19:32, 13 October 2007 (EDT)
good to see in this area that people have respect for the sacred site "of the other"
I know that for many years Gurdwaras escaped detruction when the Hindu Mandirs were being destroyed because of the presence of Murti's (early days of Aurangzeb)
The statues at Bamian come to mind, luckily ancient scrolls were found in the scholarly caves above the statues and recovered, they dated to Ashok's time, scribbed on leather 'india' ink was analized and the formula saved. Allenwalla 20:16, 13 October 2007 (EDT)
I guess that this means something like port of plenty. Does anyone have a better translation? Allenwalla 09:45, 28 January 2010 (UTC)
'Bandar' is a Persian word meaning "port" and "haven" - see 
'Basta' in punjabi can mean 'living' or even 'bustling' - For punjabi readers - seeand then
Bandar have two meanings, Monkey or ""Bandar-Gah"" whic means Sea Port. Basta Bandar is in Gujrat, Basta may be a Gujrati Word, but it is hindi word means "Tu Basta rahe" "may you Live long".
It is Port which lives long. seems illogical, it might have some other meaning. or may be there were other ports and population of area was much comparison to other, may be due to that people say it Basta Bandar (Lucky)