KAMALPUR, village 22 km souihwest of Samana (30011`N, 76Â°irE) in the Punjab, commemorates both Guru Nanak and Guru Hargobind. Two separate shrines mark the sites visited by them. The one dedicated to Guru Nanak is only a small Manji Sahib on a mound to the north of the village. The other, Gurdwara Patshahi VI, situated in a large haveK, again to the north of the village, was constructed and endowed by Maharaja Karam Singh (17981845) of Patiala. The building, renovated in 1969, comprises a large hall including a square sanctum on the ground floor, a hall on thefirst floor, and a domed pavilion on the second floor above the sanctum. The dome is lined with multicoloured glazed tiles. A 65metre square sarovarwas added in 197980. The Gurdwara owns 25 acres of land. It is affiliated to the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee but is at present administered by the followers of Baba Gurmukh Singh who constructed the sarovar. A largely attended assembly takes place on every amdvasyd, the last day of the dark half of the month. 1. Gian Singh, Giani, Twanjih Gurdvannn. Ainrilsar, n.d. M.G.S.