Gurudwaras in the vicinity of Lohgarh

Gurudwara Pounta Sahib, Himachal Pradesh.

Gurudwara Paonta Sahib, is in District Sirmour, Himachal Pradesh. The Pounta Sahib is about 25 km from Lohgarh and Guru Gobind Singh Ji, stayed here for 4 years i.e. from 1685 to 1688. Such a long stay over here of 10 th master is attributed to construction of fort Lohgarh-Khalsa Rajdhani.

Gurudwara Sher Ghaha Sahib, Himachal Pradesh.

This Gurudwara is associated with Guru Gobind Singh Ji, as 10th master killed a man eater tiger. The aerial distance of this gurudwara sahib, from Lohgarh is 18km. Near this gurudwara sahib there is another fort of Baba Banda Singh Bahadur known as Kumbi Garh. The archeologically evidences of the fort still exist.

Gurudwara Dashmesh Asthan, Nahan.

This Gurudwara Sahib is associated with Guru Gobind Singh Ji and managed by Sikhlighars. The 3rd Guru Amar Dass Ji, established Manji at Nahan called Gangushahi Manji. The presence of Sikhlighars at Nahan, clearly indicates that these Sikhs were making weapons for the Sikh army at Lohgarh. The Nahan is about 20 kms from Lohgarh.

Gurudwara Bhangani Sahib

Gurudwara Bhangani Sahib, Paonta Sahib has a rich and colorful history. It is located in the Sirmour district of Himachal Pradesh. … Hence, the Battle of Bhangani took place which was later won by Guru Gobind Singh. Final rights of the Sikhs who were martyred in the battle of Bhangani took place in the Gurudwara as well.

Gurudwara Novi Badshahi, Tajewala, Haryana

This Gurudwara is associated with 9th Guru Teg Bahadur Ji. The location of the gurudwara is as such that, it is about 5 kms from 1st bastion of Lohgarh on Dabar hills. This place is quite near to Hathni Kund Barrage and Mukhlishpur.(Mukhlishpur is the place which is often confused with Lohgarh).

Gurudwara Dasvi Patshahi, Balachor, Haryana

This Gurudwara is associated with 10th Guru Gobind Singh Ji and was in Pargana of Khizrabad near the Kotwali of Buria. It can be safely presume that 300 years back this area was a dense jungle and the Sikh forces have established advance bastions over here. This place is about 30 kms on Lohgarh.

Gurudwara Dasvi Patshahi, Jagadhri

3rd Guru Amar Dass Ji established a Manji at Kotwali Buria. As per Mahan Kosh of Bhai Kahan Singh Nabha one of the panch pyare, named Bhai Mokham Singh, was born over here. Guru Teg Bahadur Ji also visited this place. Persian sources the Manji was demolished by the Mughals.(Ahkam-I-Alamgir 1703-07, translated by Irfan Habib) reveals that “In this while, Muhammad Auliya, resident of the township of Buria, in parana Khizrabad, sarkar Sahrind [Sirhind], has reported through persons known to this just world- adorning Court that his Highness [the addressee] had, in accordance with imperial orders and in concert with the qazi, (Nanak-parastan) in the said township, and built a mosque, installing a dervish Saivid Muzaffar by name for the offering of Muslim prayers in that mosque. The said people [i.e. ‘the Nanak investigation, they have admitted having killed him. But, owing to the representation made by some of them who have come to this benevolent Court, the qazi and muhtasib of that place have been dismissed without any fault of theirs ; and ‘Alimullah has been appointed qazi and his father the muhtasib [lit. given (the charge of) ihtisab]. The world-binding order has been issued that his Highness may be written to, as to why such negligence’s has occurred. Amends should be made in a commendable manner. “It belongs to Him, and is on God’s account.” It was also ordered that he should write the true facts about the previous qazi and muhtasib, and, till the receipt of his reply the orders of appointment of the proposed qazi and muhtasib be not issued.” This place is about 35 kms from Lohgarh.

Gurudwara Pehli Patshahi, Kapal Mochan

The visit of Guru Nanak Sahib was attributed to this place establish Sikh sovereignty at Lohgarh . There are many advance bastions of Lohgarh near Kapal Mochan. One of the advance bastions is at Sandhay village which is very near to this gurudwara sahib. This place is about 10 kms from Lohgarh.

Gurudwara Novi Patshahi Sudhal

This gurudwara is in district Yamuna Nagar village Sudhal. Guru Teg Bahadur Ji visited this place . This place is about 35 kms from Lohgarh and is very near to advance bastions of Lohgarh.

Gurudwara Novi Patshahi Jhiwhreri

This gurudwara is in district Yamuna Nagar village Jhiwerheri. Guru Teg Bahadur Ji visited this place . This place is about 45 kms from Lohgarh and is very near to advance bastions of Lohgarh.

Gurudwara Pir Budhu Shah Sadhaura

Sadhaura is famous for the renown personality the Sikh history Peer Budhu Shah. The Gurudwara Peer Budhu Shah stands as memorial on his name. Peer Budhu Shah sacrificed his life and family for Sikhism. Sadhaura is about 10 kms from Lohgarh zone. There are number of wells of Bhai Lakhi Rai Banjara in the vicinity of Sadhaura.

Gurudwara Dasvi Patshahi Toka Sahib

Guru Har Rai Sahib stayed here that is Lohgarh zone for 13 years i.e. from 1645 to 1658. This place is very near to Thapal, which according to Persian sources is the birth place of 8th Guru Sahib. As per Hari Ram Gupta history of Sikhs, Guru Har Rai Sahib visited this place.

Gurudwara Dasvi Patshahi, Manakpur Tabra

Gurudwara Manakpur Tabra is near Raipur Rani and also near the Lohgarh zone situated in the hills of Morni. Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaj visited this place.

Gurudwara Dasvi Patshahi Nada Sahib

A rich trader name Nadu Shah Vanjara was a owner of this place. As the fortification of Lohgarh zone in Pinjore area was in progress and he played a significant role in the fortification of the fort Lohgarh. Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaj visited this place.

Gurudwara Pehli Patshahi Pinjore

A badi Sangat was established by Guru Nanak Sahib, at Pinjore and Gurudwara Manji Sahib was accordingly built of the same land. As per Persian sources Baba Banda Singh Bahadur established huge fortification in Pinjore area. A clear inference is made that the visit Guru Nanak visit to Pinjore was not only a religious movement but also the political motives for establishing of Sikh sovereignty.