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Gurdwara Sri Atari Sahib Ghungrali

Location - Ghungrali, Ludhiana, Punjab, India

Associated with - Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji

Sikh Artifacts - unknown

Sarovar - unknown

Sarai - unknown

Guru Gobind Singh arrived in Ghungrali from Machhiwara in 1704 during the month of Poh (mid-December).

Guru Gobind Singh was disguised as Uch Da Peer and was travelling with Bhai Gani Khan and Bhai Nabi Khan.

Guru Gobind Singh stayed for one night and met Bhai Nathu Ji. Bhai Nathu Ji donated a kaman (a bow), 22 arrows, two swords and two pistols.

Bhai Nathu Ji was rewarded with gold and was blessed by Guru Gobind Singh. After taking amrit Bhai Nathu Ji was renamed as Bhai Nannu Singh Ji.

Guru Gobind Singh left Ghungrali and went towards village Lal Kalan.

Every year in mid-November (7-8-9 Maghar) the sangat get together for a jod mela (fair) in Guru Gobind Singh's name.

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