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NANAK GARH GURUDWARA,BADAMI BAGH, LAHORE This monument of Jagat Guru Nanaki Dev Ji was once located at. the bank of old River Ravi near Badami Bagh railway station. It is said that it was at this spot that Jagat Guru had delivered (Mukat) the father of Duni Chand from rebirth....
CHHATTIANA, village 14 km north of Giddarbaha (32° 12`N, 74° 39`E) in Faridkot district of the Punjab, claims an historical shrine, Gurdwara Guptsar, sacred to Guru Gobind Singh who visited here after the battle of Muktsar (1706). Here warriors of the Brar clan received payment for the services they had...
BAHER, village 5 km east of Bassi Pathanan (30° 42\'N, 76° 25\'B) in Patiala district, has a historical shrine dedicated to Guru Tegh Bahadur who, according to local tradition, made a brief halt here on his way from Nandpur Kalaur to Dadu Majra Bhagrana. A monument existed here in the...
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