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Gurdwara Sri Chota Nanakiana Sahib Depalpur

Location - (precise location unknown) Depalpur, Okara, Punjab, Pakistan

Associated with - Sri Guru Nanak Sahib Ji

Sikh Artifacts - None

Sarovar - None

Sarai - None

Depalpur, also known as Dipalpur, is a great historic city and once it used to be the capital of Punjab.

At present it is the tehsil headquarter of the Okara district. A Gurdwara of Jagat Sri Guru Nanak Sahib Ji stands gracefully outside the town in south-eastern side.

It is called Gurdwara Sri Chota Nanakiana Sahib. Sri Guru Nanak Sahib Ji made his abode under a dead pipal tree which became green again and standing even today. Guru Nanak also cured a leper named Nuri (Nauranga) whose grave is behind the Gurdwara Sahib.

There are 25 ghumaon of land from Kamboh Sikhs of Mancharian Village and one ghumaon is outside this town, beside this there is a big estate in the name of Gurdwara. The Granthi's used to be 'Bedi Singhs', Prakash does not take place now, only the vacant Darbar is there.

Bhai Hazoor Singh Sehaj Dhari, a descendent of Bhai Nathoo Ram had in his house the cot (Manji) granted by Sri Guru Har Rai Sahib Ji. It was 5.75 feet long 3 feet wide and 1.25 feet high. It was woven with red and white thread. It had colourful legs and it was made out of black wood. There was an almirah of engraved wood. It is said that this almirah along with Guru Granth Sahib Ji was granted to Bhai Nathoo Ji by the Tenth Guru.

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