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Gurdwara Guru Nanak Sahib, Kishtwar

Kishtwar is situated on the left side of river Chenab. Kishtwar was associated with Nagas. The other Muslim shrines like Sayeed Shah Mohumad, Fareed-u-din Baghdadi etc., Hindu shrines like 'Sri Neel Kanth Mandir' and 'Ashtbadi Temple' are very famous shrines, Guru Nanak Sahib stayed at the garden of sidhas known as 'Sidhian di Bagichi' and had discourses with sidhas. Guru Sahib also visited earlier Bhaderwa and Jammu city. Bhaderwa and Kishtwar Gurdwaras were constructed later on by Bhai Sahib Sher Singh (M.Sc.) Kashmir.

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