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GURU KI DHAB, also known by its old name of Doda Tal, is north of Jaito (30°26`N, 74°53`E). Guru Gobind Singh passed through here travelling from the nearby village of Saravan during his journey westward from Dina in December 1705. The tdlor dhdb, lit. a large pond, came to be known as Guru ki Dhab in honour of the Guru`s sojourn. Most of the area has since been reclaimed for cultivation, but a gurudwara, with a small octagonal sarovar by its side, was constructed during the 1970`s. Large gatherings take place on every fullmoon day and the first of every Bikrami month attracts devotees in large numbers, especially women with small children, from the surrounding villages.
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