The Pir was later executed by the local faujdar, Usman Khan, for his liberal views and for the help given by him to Guru Gobind Singh. Baba Banda Singh Bahadur avenged the Pir`s death when he invested Sadhaura in 1710. The fortress was completely demolished, the faujdar was hanged, and the town was plundered. A shrine, known as Gurdwara Baba Banda Bahadur inside the ruined fort, crumbled down and a new Gurdwara was constructed close to the fort wall.
It retains its old name, although two variations Quila Gurdwara and Gurdwara Qatalgarh are also current. Another gurdwara has recently been constructed at Sadhaura in honour of Pir Buddu Shah. Gurdwara Pir Buddhu Shah is looked after by the local Singh Sabha, whereas Gurdwara Baba Banda Bahadur is managed privately.
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