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Gurdwara Sri Baba Gurbaksh Singh

Location - (precise location unknown) Nainan Kot, Narowal, Punjab, Pakistan

Associated with - Baba Gurbakhsh Singh

Sikh Artifacts - unknown

Sarovar - unknown

Sarai - unknown

Nainan Kot is about 24 kilometers from Tehsil Shakar Garh. Baba Gurbakhsh Singh, was known as Ram Kanwar before taking amrit, was a descendant of Baba Budha Ji.

The walls of the mansion-like Gurdwara have collapsed, but the beauty of the prakashasthan is spell binding even today.

The Gurdwara is located in 3 rooms built in a row. The circular building facing it is the samadh of Baba Gurbakhsh Singh which is built on a platform one foot above the ground level, beautifully built.

In 1935 AD a water tank was constructed by Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee under the leadership of Sardar Bahadur Mehtab Ji. This water tank is 5 feet above the ground level. The Gurdwara is now being used as a government run primary school on the eastern side of the village.

There is endowment of 3000 acres of land in the name of this sacred Gurdwara. Prakash does not take place now and occasionally Sikhs visit.

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