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Gurudwara Daroli Bhai - Distt. Ferozpur

bhaiGurdwara at village Daroli Bhai in Ferozepur district,. is associated~ with the sixth Guru Sri Hargobindji. Here was born his eldest son Baba Gurdita. A magnificent Gurdwara stands at the spot, in memory of the eldest son of the Sixth Guru.  
In the Gurdwara, the chola or gown of Guruji is displayed, The devotees bow before it to pay respect to their spiritual preceptor. Besides an iron hot plate is also preserved in the Gurdwara of Daroli Bhai. It is said that Guru cooked chapatis on this hot plate, when he founded a free kitchen on Baisakhi day in this village.  

Another Gurdwara in village Daroli Bhai has been constructed in memory of Mata Damodri. She expired in this village. She was the daughter of Bhai Narain Dass and married to Sri Guru Hargobind. will strive to be most comprehensive directory of Historical Gurudwaras and Non Historical Gurudwaras around the world.

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