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Gurudwara Koti Tirath - Baramulla, J&K

Baramulla is a famous place in Srinagar. Sixth Guru Shri Hargobind Sahib Ji visited this place during his tour to Kashmir. Guruji had planted a Chinar tree here with his own hands.

Gurdwara Chhevin Patshahi - Baramula is a district town, 52 kilometres northwest of Srinagar, Guru Hargobind during his visit to the Kashmir valley in 1620 had stayed at Baramula for a few days. The commemorative shrine at first called Kot Tirath was developed into Gurdwara Chhevin Patshahi during the Sikh Rule. Its present building includes two adjacent halls and a new double-storey building added during the 1980s.

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