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Description Sacred Shrines, landmarks and relics are the repositories of the religious and cultural heritage of every nation and community. A visit to these places and a glimpse of the ancient relics acquaints the visitor and pilgrim with the roots of his religion and heritage. This booklet gives a detailed description of the Sikh shrines and ancient relics associated with the birth and childhood of Guru Gobind Singh. These shrines are located at Patna, the Capital of modern Bihar state in India. This booklet gives an informative description of all the shrines associated with tenth Sikh Guru. It is a useful guide to Sikh pilgrims, tourists and Sikhs in general. It is devotional instance and diction[edit]
Keywords Salas Rai, Ahiyapur, Bachitar Natak, Hemkunt, Fateh Chand Mauri, Handi Sangat, Takhat Patna Sahib, Maryada, Sant Nischal Singh, Bari Sangat, Maimi Sangat, Guru ka Bagh, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001405
Author Unknown
Year 1956
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Publisher Punjabi Sahit Academy
Custodian Gurvinder Singh
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         120
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