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Gurudwara Rohta Sahib Village Rohta



This Gurdwara is situated at a place where Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji visited in course of his journey through the Malwa State. Sikhs belonging to weavers community, established a Thara Sahib, which was later developed into a magnificent Gurudwara. Puranmasi and other major anniversaries of the Guru are celebrated here

Gurdwara Rohta Sahib is situated on Nabha-Patiala Road in Rohta Village. It is four kilometers north-east of Nabha. It can be approached along a link road that branches off the Nabha-Patiala Road near the Patiala Branch Sirhind Canal Bridge (Roti Pul).

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