Saturday, December 10, 2016
Gateway to Sikhism

Gurudwara Tham Sahib at Jamber, Distt Kasur


Jamber a village of District Kasur is located after Bhai Phero at Chhanga Manga turning on Lahore-Multan road.
Jamber Kalan and Jamber Khurd are twin villages which have now overlapped each other. The sacred shrine of Tham Sahib is located in Jamber Kalan where Satguru Arjun Dev Ji had come from Beherwal. Kedara, Samdhu, Makhanda, Tulsa and Lalu were converted to Sikhism here by Guru Dev Ji.
The building of Gurdwara is tall, beautiful and spacious with 150 acres of land attached to it

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