HAFIZABAD (32Â°4`N, 73"41`E), a sub divisional town in Gujrariwala district of Pakistan, claimed a historical Sikh shrine commemorating the visit of Guru Hargobind, who stopped here briefly travelling back from Kashmir in 1620. Gurdwara Chhevih Patshahi, as it was known, remained affiliated to the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee until 1947
HAR RAIPUR, a village 19 km north of Bathinda (30Â°14`N, 74Â°59`E), is sacred to Guru Har Rai, who once stopped here during his travels across the Malva region. The old name of the village, still current in popular usage, was Bhokhn. It was changed during the late 1960`s to Har
HARPALPUR, a village in Patiala district about 20 km south of Rajpura, (30Â°28`N, 76Â°37`E), has a historical shrine called Gurdwara Sri Mariji Sahib Patshahi IX, dedicated to Guru Tegh Bahadur who, according to local tradition, visited the site on Magh sudi 7, 1731 Bk/23 January 1675. The Guru is said
HASANPUR QABULPUR, twin villages separated only by a narrow lane, in Patiala district, about 15 km southeast of Rajpura (30Â°28`N, 76"37`E), arc sacred to Guru Tegh Bahadur and Guru Gobind Singh. Guru Gobind Singh is said to have come here as a child from Lakhnaur in 1670, and Guru Tegh
HUDIARA, 20 km southeast of Lahore along the Lahore KhaIra road, claimed a historical shrine commemorating the visit of Guru Hargobind, who had once halted here travelling from Lahore to Amritsar. This Gurdwara was managed by the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee until 1947 when it was abandoned at the time
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