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Gurudawara's related to Panj Piyare - Some information

Posted by Jatinder_Pal Singh on Monday, 3/10/2008 12:24 AM MDT

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Bhai Daya Singh - Lahore



The building complex of the Takhat Sahib - Nanded about half a Kilometer from the left bank of the river Godavari is spread over several hectares. Besides the Takhat Sahib proper it also includes two other shrines, Bunga Mai Bhago ji comprising a large room where Guru Granth Sahib is seated and some historical weapons are at display, and Angitha (lit.place of cremation) Bhai Daya Singh and Dharam Singh. These two survivors of the battle of Chamkaur, who were among the Panj Piare (Five beloved Ones who had offered their heads at the Guru’s call when the Khalsa was created in Kesgarh Fort of Anandpur Sahib on the Baisakhi Day of 1699), had accompanied the Guru to Nanded and had died here subsequently. The complex also has a 300 room rest house for pilgrims, Guru ka langar, and office blocks of the Gurudwara Board besides a press and publishing house and a school for scripture-reading and kirtan.

Bhai Dharam Singh - Hastinapur - Merrut - UP


Bhai Dharam singh (earliar Bhai Dharam Dass) jee, one

of Panj Piyare belong to a village in Hastinapur, near

Merrut. There was sikh sangat in 2-3 villages in this

area when they got message of Guru Gobind Singh jee

from Anandpur Sahib to reach there on Baisakhi day. A

Jatha of Sikhs from these villages went there.

http://www.panjpyar e.com/photogalla ry.htm

Gurudwara Panj Piarey Bhai Dharam Singh Ji

Village Saifpur, Karamchand Pur,

Hastinapur, Distt. Meerut (UP)

Bhai Mohakam Singh - Dawarka - Gujarat




City: Bet Dwarka ( Okha )

State/Province: Gujrat

Zip/postal code:


Phone: 09426840025



Bhai Sahib Singh - Bidar- Karnataka



Bhai Himmat Singh - Puri - Orrisa


Some information.



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At the Boongah of the panj pyarai next to Sachkhand Sri Hazoor Sahib, there are also handwritten Adi Sri Guru Granth Sahib and Dasam Sri Guru Granth Sahib Saroops prepared by Baba Daya Singh and Baba Dharam Singh. There is an illustration at the begining of the saroop that they did of maharaj.

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There is an illustration at the begining of the saroop that they did of maharaj.

I'd love to see this! Do you have any pictures?

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My friend asked for a Dasam Granth Bir and he was told that no such bir existed, nor was there a Sarbloh Granth there from 1695 as some people have written on this forum earlier.

please notice how they use tape on the front.. its a shame that they use such an old bir as show off to sangat whereas it gets damaged




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