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  1. photos I took of the historic Gurdwara Thamm Sahib. The Thamm that Guru Arjan Dev Ji built was destroyed by the Moghals in 1740s (i think) but the gurdwara was rebuilt again by Dal Panth. This used to belong to the Sodhis of Kartarpur under Baba Wadhbhag Singh but he gave it over to the Guru Khalsa Panth after Moghals took it over. There is nothing surviving from Guru Sahib's personal possessions here though. My Guru blessed my eyes and heart with a visit to this sacredplace. I didn't know there was so much history to Kartarpur. There are many other historic Gurdwaras here in close proximity inc where Guru Teg Bahadur was married to Mata Gujari, the chabucha of Guru Hargobind Sahib, the antim sanskar place of Mata Kaulan etc. I will put those up soon as well. Parts of the Qila (fortress) that Guru Sahib built is still there. It is under the control of the Sodhis of Kartarpur still.
  2. I don't know whether Painde Khan's funeral was done in accordance to Islamic rites or whether Guru Sahib performed agan sanskar for Painde Khan. Anyone know this? The place where the funeral was done however is a very unimposing place and very neglected. This is heritage of Panjab but it seemed invisible to people going past it. This is the actual structure of the funeral place. Could Painde Khan be buried here? This building is right next to it. As you can see it is a very old building. And Gujjars were grazing their animals there! And someone has the bright idea of painting on an advertisement there.
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