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Gurdwara Sri Dashmeshgarh Sahib

Location - Bhalan, Ropar, Punjab, India

Associated with - Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji

Sikh Artifacts - unknown

Sarovar - None

Sarai - unknown

Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji arrived here following Khanzada Rustam Khan in the Winter of 1693-94.

As Guru Gobind Singh himself relates in his Bachittar Natak, the Khanzada had planned to surprise the Sikhs with a night attack, but finding the defendants alert he beat a hasty retreat. "Ravaging Barva village (on his way back)," records Guru Gobind Singh, "he made a halt at Bhalan."

The Gurdwara was rebuilt by the local sangat in 1960 is called Gurdwara Sri Dashmeshgarh Sahib (lit. Fort of the Tenth Master).

It is a small square sanctum with a circumambulatory verandah around it. The Gurdwara is managed by a committee of the local Sikhs.

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