Sahib was forcibly taken over and brought under the control of SGPC.
-Ref. "Babbar Akali Movement, A historical Survey," by Dr. Gurcharan Singh, Aman Publications, 1993.
|1959||SGPC at its general
meeting accepted the announcement of Sri Damdama Sahib as Guru Khalsa
Panth's fifth Takhat.
==> DAMDAMA SAHIB: a tower marking Guru Sahib's residence. The religious places known with this name include:
-Ref. Mahan Kosh pp. 620-1
|1966a||The formation of Punjabi Suba was declared.|
|1966b||On the occasion
of Hola Mohalla festival at Takhat Sri Kesgarh, Sri Anandpur Sahib,
Khalsa Panth declared that all Hindi letters from the official boards,
signs, and milestones be obliterated throughout the state and the
Sikhs removed all those Hindi letters.
-Ref. "Sri Amritsar Ji De Darshan Isnan Ate 500 Sala(n) Di Itihasik Directory," by Satnam Singh Khalsa.