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16th January

1766 Sirdar Chadat Singh Sukarchakia killed Hameed Khan and captured Gujrawala.
1841 Chand Kaur defended Lahore against Sher Singh's attack with the help of Gulab Singh. Fort was well defended by Gulab Singh and Gardner. Dhian Singh returned to Lahore. Sher Singh lost about 5000 men. And Gulab Singh left fort and Lahore and carried away great wealth.
1923 First abortive attempt is made to kill Arjan Singh Patwari of Haripur. He was alledged to be responsible for Master Mota Singh's arrest. will strive to be most comprehensive directory of Historical Gurudwaras and Non Historical Gurudwaras around the world.

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