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Gurdwara Darbar Sahib Kartarpur

Gurdwara Darbar Sahib Kartarpur, also called Kartarpur Sahib, is a gurdwara in Kartarpur, located in Shakargarh, Narowal District, in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is built on the historic site where the founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak, settled and assembled the Sikh community after his missionary travels (udasis to Haridwar, Mecca-Medina, Lanka, Baghdad, Kashmir and Nepal) and lived for 18 years until his death in 1539. It is one of the holiest sites in Sikhism, alongside the Golden Temple in Amritsar and Gurdwara Janam Asthan in Nankana Sahib. ...

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Gurdwara Baoli Sahib Guru Arjan Laha Bazar

Gurdwara Sri Baoli Sahib Lahore is situated in the famous busy market of Dabbi Bazaar in the centre of Lahore city. One side of this Gurdwara adjoins Rang Mahal Bazaar and Dabbi Bazaar, the second is adjacent to Laha Bazaar, the third opens on Kesera Bazaar and the fourth borders to stay there. It is situated close to the birth ...

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Gurdwara Baba Jamait Singh Ji

This holy shrine is in the town of Kahna Nau located on the Lahore-Ferozpur road. Gurdwara complex is a beautifully built three storeyed building. There is a two storey Langar hall and residential rooms for Sikh pilgrims in front of it. This is now a deserted place. This shrine is looked after by Karyalewale Pir but the facts speak for ...

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Gurdwara Baba Ram Thamanji

Baba Ram Thaman was an elder cousin of the Guru Nanak. He is revered by Hindu Udasis, and Sikhs. He belonged to the neighboring village of Kalu Khara, however he settled outside of it, and when he died, a smadh (stupa) was built where he rested. Over time, this smadh became a huge complex. The entire structure is spread over ...

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Gurdwara Tamboo Sahib

Once Guru Nanak’s father, Mehta Kalu, gave him some money and sent him to Chuharkana, a market town, to do business. Instead, Guru Nanak had fed hungry villagers with a sum of Rs. 20 /- obtained from his father and came back fully satisfied with what he had done. Only as he neared Talvandi, did he realise the possibility of ...

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Gurdwara Nihang Singhan

This Gurdwara is situated in between Gurdwara Tambu Sahid and Gurdwara Hargobind Sahib, Nankana Sahib, Pakistan. No historical evidence is forthcoming in connection with this Gurdwara. The Gurdwara is safe but no ceremony is held here. This Gurdwara is situated in between Gurdwara Sri Tambu Sahib and Gurdwara Sri Hargobind Sahib. Gurdwara Sri Tambu Sahib was under the control of ...

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Gurdwara Sacha Sauda Choorhkana

Gurdwara Sachcha Sauda is situated at a distance of 37 miles from Lahore on the Lahore-Lyallpur Railway Line. Guru Nanak as a young man was sent by his father Mehta Kalu, who was hoping to instill a sense of business in his son, to buy some goods which he cold return home with, then sell and make a profit. At ...

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Gurdwara Maal Ji Sahib Nankana Sahib

Gurdwara Mal ji sahib is in Nankana Sahib, Pakistan and near the local railway station but closer to this famous town associated with the founder of Sikhi, Guru Nanak. Mal (also called jal and van) is a shady tree. It is said that once as Rai Bular was riding among the fields in this area, he saw young Nanak sleeping ...

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Gurdwara Kirara Sahib Nankana Sahib

Gurudwara Kiara Sahib is situated at a distance of one and a half kilometres from Gurdwara Janam Asthan. According to Janam Sakhi, when Guru Nanak was yet a young man, he was sent to graze cattle. While resting underneath a shady tree, Guru was immersed in thoughts and the cattle went astray in the fields of a farmer. On having ...

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Gurdwara Patti Sahib Nankana Sahib

Gurdwara Patti Sahib also called Gurdwara Maulvi Patti Likhi (‘Patti’ means a wooden board on which children learn to write alphabets with a pen made of a soft stem. The board could be washed after the lesson and would be given another coating of soft light clay and is re-used) is located at the site where young Guru Nanak learned ...

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