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Gurdwara Bhai Bahlol

Location - (precise location unknown) Qadiwind, Kasur, Punjab, Pakistan

Associated with - Sri Guru Amar Das Ji

Sikh Artifacts - None

Sarovar - None

Sarai - None

Qadiwind village is within the tehsil and district of Kasur. A metalled road from Steel Bagh District Hospital Kasur leads to this village. Tongas (horse driven carriages) going to this village are easily available.

The sacred place of Sri Guru Amar Das Ji lies outside the village. When Sat Guru was staying here, Divan Chand of Delhi came and requested some monument in the area of village Tergy with his wealth so that his name may be remembered even after his death. With his consent a water tank and residential rooms were constructed by Guru Ji.

The land presented to Guru belonged to Bhai Bahlol of Qadiwind. Later Samadh of Bhai Bahlol was built. A fair used to be held on the 7th Saradhan.

The tank constructed by Guru Ji has now become a pond of dirty water. The Samadh of Bhai Ji is about to collapse. A Government School is housed in the rooms of Gurdwara and the land is in the possession of Waqf Board.

The well known Punjabi writer Sohan Singh Seetal was a resident of this village. His house and garden are still there but are under the occupation of refugees from Mewat.

From 'Historical Sikh Shrines in Pakistan' by Iqbal Qaiser (the book is in our library for further reading).

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