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KAPURGARH. village 16 km from Arnloh (30°36`N, 76"14`E), in Fatehgarh Sahib district, has a shrine called Gurdwara Dcra Baba Nattha Singh. Baba Natlha Singh (or Natha Singh) after whom the Gurdwara is named, was a Niharig Jathcdar during the early nineteenth century, highly respected by the rulers ofPatiala and Nabha. His derd or dwelling place, built in the form of a fortress on top of a mound, is now in a dilapidated condition. The Gurdwara, about 25 metres away from the derd, was built later. The derd as well as the Gurdwara is now in the possession of the Shiromam Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee who have appointed a managercum^mn
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