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KHANDUR, village 23 km southwest of Ludhiana, has an historical shrine dedicated to Guru Hargobind who visited the site in the course of his travels in these parts. The Gurdwara is located inside the village and consists of a Mariji Sahib, the sanctum, and a divan hall. The sanctum, which is of older construction than the hall, is a domed square room with a narrow covered passage.around its three sides and glasspanelled sliding doors on the fourth, opening on the hall. It has a marble floor and its walls are lined with flowered glazed tiles in white, green and pink. The Gurdwara is managed by the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee, through a local committee Besides the daily prayers and kirtan, a largely attended gathering takes place on the first of every Bikrami month. said he, "is the true yajna in this age of Kali.`
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