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Gurudwara Chhevin Patshahi, Dhilwan Distt Lahore

The village called Dhilwan is in the Barki P.S. of Lahore district. Tongas can be hired from Barki to go to this village. A metalled road leads into the village and it is a distance of four kilometer from Barki. Manji Sahib of Guru Hargobind Ji is located towards the east outside the village. Guru Ji reached this place from Jhalian after visiting many villages. The Manji Sahib was built as the place where he sat. Once Prakash used to be held but now a primary school has been built just adjacent to it. 8 ghumaon of land has been endowed by villagers to the Gurdwara.

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Text and photographs:Historical Sikh Shrines in Pakistan : Iqbal Qaiser

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