Very little is known of the origins of this beautiful gurudwara other than it was erected by a local villager to commemorate a visit made by Guru Gobind Singh. Situated on the banks of the Ghaggar Hakra River in the Shivalik foothills, the building in its current avatar is an ornate, two storeyed domed structure, with a central courtyard. Community meals and religious gatherings take place here every day. Full moon days are also celebrated.
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