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Historical Gurdwaras of Punjab dedicated to Guru Gobind Singh Sahib


Historical Gurdwaras of
Punjab Classified by Guru
Guru Nanak Sahib
Guru Angad Sahib
Guru Amardas Sahib
Guru Ramdass Sahib
Guru Arjan Sahib
Guru Hargobind Sahib
Guru Har Rai Sahib
Guru Harkrishan Sahib
Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib
Guru Gobind Singh Sahib


Gurdwara Patal Puri, Kiratpur, Dist. Ropar

Gurdwara Vibhore Sahib, Dist. Nangal

Qila Anandgarh Sahib, Anandpur Sahib, Dist. Ropar

Gurdwara Ghat Sahib, Dist. Nangal

Gurdwara Bhatha Sahib, Dist. Ropar

Gurdwara Bhadaur, Dist. Sangrur

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Gurdwara Patal Puri, Kiratpur, Dist. Ropar

Guru Gobind Singh travelled from here to Anandpur Sahib for the cremation of his fathers head which had been spirited away from Delhi by a devoted Sikh, Bhai Jaita. Guru Hargobind as well as Guru Har Rai were cremated here. The ashes of Guru Har Krishan were brought from Delhi and immersed here in the river Sutlej. In 1675 Guru Gobind Singh at the age of nine received the tragic news that his father Guru Tegh Bahadur had been executed in Delhi.

Gurdwara Vibhore Sahib, Dist. Nangal

Guru Gobind Singh stayed here for about a year and composed hymns in praise of God. The Gurdwara is situated on the banks of the river Sutlej. This was among the happiest time of Guru Gobind Singh life when he had time to enjoy hunting and writing poetry in praise of God.

Qila Anandgarh Sahib, Anandpur Sahib, Dist. Ropar

This Gurdwara was one of the five forts constructed by Guru Gobind Singh at Anandpur Sahib for the defense of the Sikhs. Guru Gobind Singh spent 25 years at Anandpur Sahib. To protect the Sikhs from the hill Rajas or Mughals, Guru Gobind Singh began the construction of five defensive forts all around the town. Keshgarh at the center (now a Takht), Anandgarh (fort of bliss), Lohgarh (fort of steel), Holgarh (fort of colour) and Fatehgarh (fort of victory). All the forts were joined together with earthworks and underground tunnels. The construction began in 1689 and took over ten years to complete.

Gurdwara Ghat Sahib, Dist. Nangal

This Gurdwara on the left bank of the river Sutlej marks the spot where Guru Gobind Singh crossed the river by boat from a dock (ghat).

Gurdwara Bhatha Sahib, Dist. Ropar

Guru Gobind Singh visited here and cooled down a red hot brick kiln (bhatha) with the touch of his horses hoof. The local Muslim chief Nihang Khan became a follower of the Guru and at great personal risk looked after the Guru and his Sikhs. At that time anyone helping the Sikhs faced death as punishment from the Mughal authorities.

Gurdwara Bhadaur, Dist. Sangrur

Guru Gobind Singh visited here during one of his hunting expeditions. A sword belonging to Guru Gobind Singh and used in battle is kept here. Guru Gobind Singh introduced a new metaphor for God, Sarbloh meaning All-Steel Mighty Sword.

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