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MOHI, village in Ludhiana district, 9 km from Jodhari (30°48`N, 75°48`E) along the Guru Gobind Singh Marg, has a shrine called Gurdwara Patshahi Dasviri, dedicated to Guru Gobind Singh. Guru Gobind Singh passed through this village on his way from Alamgir andJodhari to Hehrari at the end of 1`705. It is said that Guru Gobind Singh halted here to have a tightfitting ring removed from his finger by the village goldsmith. The present building of the Gurdwara, constructed in 1936, is a square room with a verandah on all four sides. A wide dome covers the entire room. A 33metre square walled bathing lank near by is called Sarovar Guru Sar. The shrine itself is affiliated to Gurdwara Sahib at Hehrari and is managed by a local committee under the overall charge of the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee.
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