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Gurudwara Chhevin Patshahi,Gujrat City

The Patshah of Meeri and Piri Secular and Temporal Guru Hargobind Ji stayed in this place while on his way back from Kashmir. The place is located inside Kabuli Gate. Some chroniclers have also used the name of "Haveli Chhenvi Patshahi" (Mansion of the 6th king) for this place. The building is elegantly built and presently it is occupied by refugees. These e6ple have made alterations in the building to suit their requirements. Rent is collected by the Wagf~Board.
The Shrine of Shah Daula Ji is also located in this city. Bhai Gadiya met him. Shah Daula listened to the recitation of Sukhmani Sahib from him. Later Shah Ji met sixth Patshahi and made a presentation of 100 tolas of gold to Guru Gobind Singh, which is a part of history. The Shrine of Shah Daula Ji is close to Gurdwara of 6th Patshahi.


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