Damdama Sahib


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Ranked 4 of 9 sightseeing in Bhatinda

Towards the south of Bhatinda, around 18 km from the city is the hamlet of Talwandi Tehsil or popularly known as Damdama Sahib. The place derives its name from a historic incident. Guru Gobind Singh, after the battles with Mughals at Chamkaur Sahib, Anandpur Sahib and Muktsar, went to the forest of Malwa. In the Talwandi Sabo, Guru Gobind took “Dam” or rest for 9 months and 9 days and since then the place is called by this name. Damdama Sahib is busiest during the Baisakhi Fair

It is also known as Guru- ki- Kanshi, as Guru Gobind made this place a hub for preaching. This place is also known by the name of Khalse Da Takhat as he re-delivered Adi - Granth at this spot. Even a seal was prepared at this place. Damdama Sahib has three tanks and ten Gurudwaras. The Nanksar Sarovar was named after Guru Nanak Dev Ji who visited this hamlet in 1510 A.D when he went on his 2nd Padyatra to Rajputana. The Gurusar Sarovar was dug up as commanded by Guru Tej Bahadurji. The Akalsar Sarovar is linked with Guru Gobind Singhji and the water of this tank, if consumed is said to destroy all sufferings and diseases.

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  • Best Time: During DayLength of visit: 1-2hrs
  • Length of visit: 2-3hrsBest Time: During Day
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Kamal Dahiya4.3/5

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A place where Guru Gobind Singh took Dam

This place is just 16 km from Bathinda city and situated in Talwandi Saboo. This place is damn beautiful. And its name also has a story with it, its name is Damdama Sahib because Guru Gobind Singh took Dam (last breath) here.

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