Gurudwara Tuti Gandhi Sahib
Gurudwara Tuti Gandhi Sahib (Place of Worship) snapshot
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Gurudwara Tuti Gandhi Sahib is considered to be the last battlefield of Guru Gobind Singh, who fought here in 1705. A festival, in the month of January, is celebrated in memory of the forty Sikh warriors who died while fighting against the Mughal Empire.
The place was renamed from Kidhrani di Dhab to Shri Muktsar Sahib and a gurudwara was constructed here for honouring the Sikh warriors. This gurudwara has a scared ‘sarovar’ where devotees take a dip during the Magh Mela.
What travellers are saying about Gurudwara Tuti Gandhi Sahib
- Harry Brar
- 3 Reviews
It was a very wonderful visit at Gurudwara Sahib. We have visited Ajaib Ghar where we have seen Sikhism History pictured it and showed us old glory. It is a very huge area and Gurudwara Sahib has 7 Gates. Everyone must do parikrama. It gives peace to a soul and we ate the Langar in the Langar Ghar, it was clean and hygiene with tasty and good food.
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