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Nankana Sahib

Description This work traces the history of one of the most sacred shrines of the Sikhs Nankana Sahib (Janamsthan), the birthplace of Guru Nanak and other Sikh shrines located at this place. From its origin to the construction of the shrine, properties attached to the shrine, its occupation by Udassi Mahants to its liberation after a violent agitation, its present status and institutions associated with the shrines, the book narrates the complete profile of this sacred Sikh shrine.[edit]
Keywords Rai Bhoi Talwandi, Mehta Kalu, Bal Leela, Patti Sahib, Maal Sahib, Kiara Sahib, Tambu Sahib, Nankana Sahib Estate, Baba Gurdit Singh, Bhai Lachman Singh, Sheikhupura, Mahatma Gandhi, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001002
Author Narain Singh
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Publisher Bhasha Vibhag Punjab
Custodian Gurmail Singh
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         130
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