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KHAIHRA, village 6 km southwest of Gurusar Satlani railway station in Amritsar district of the Punjab, has a historical shrine sacred to Guru Hargobind, who once passed through here on his way from Lahore to Amritsar. Gurdwara Baoli Sahib Patshahi Chheviri, named after the bdoli, a well with steps going down to water level, is outside the village to the north of it. The present building, a hall with the sanctum in the middle, was constructed in 1920. The Gurdwara is affiliated to the Shiromam Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee but is managed by an old devotee, BabaJogindar Singh, who has been serving it since 1925. A major religious event is the annual fair held on 8 Savan, usually corresponding to 23 July. Gn.S.
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