(Last Updated on : 01/01/2016)
Gurudwara Chhevin Patshahi Thara Sahib is situated at Singhpura village in Baramulla district
in Jammu and Kashmir
. It is a highly respected Sikh shrine
, built to conserve the memory of the visit of the 6th Sikh Guru
, Guru Hargobind Sahib
in 1620. It is amongst one of the highly revered places of worship of Sikh
faith in Jammu and Kashmir.
Legend of Gurudwara Chhevin Patshahi Thara Sahib
According to local lore, it is the site where Bhai Bahilol, a Muslim Faqir, met Guru Sahib and served him food. The present building of this gurudwara was established in 1930s replacing the old Manji Sahib.
Structure of Gurudwara Chhevin Patshahi Thara Sahib
Initially the Gurudwara was a small mound. At first only a Thara Sahib existed here. Thara means a platform of mud or masonry. The present square domed building surrounded by a verandah was built during the 1930s by the Sikh savant Bhai Vir Singh
How to Reach Gurudwara Chhevin Patshahi Thara Sahib
Singhpura is about 5km from Baramulla, so the Gurudwara Chhevin Patshahi Thara Sahib can be readily accessed.
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