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Gurudwara Kanga Sahib Village Pawat

The Gurdwara Sahib is situated at the place where Guru Gobind Singh Ji took rest for couple of hours, while coming from Chamkaur Sahib. The route which he took was Chamkaur-Tarhi Sahib- Jand Sahib- Kirhi Sahib- Jhaar Sahib - Kangha Sahib, Pawat. It was here that Guru combed his hair and changed his turban before moving to Machiwara. It is surrounded by farm land.
Location
Gurdwara Kangha Sahib is situated in the outskirts of village Pawat near village Bilorpur. It is 10 km from Machiwara and 25 km. from Chamkaur Sahib.

Secretary,
Gurdwara Kanga Sahib
Village P.O. pawat,
Tehsil Samrala,
Distt Ludhiana,
Punjab.

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