Brahman Majra, an old Village, about 11 km southeast of Ropar (30Â° 58`N, 76Â° 31`E), is sacred to Guru Hagobind and Guru Gobind Singh. Gurdwara Guru Garh Sahib commemorates the visit of Guru Gobind Singh on 6 December 1705 when he, with his two elder sons and 40 Sikhs, was on his way from Kotia Nihang Khan to ChamKaur. The Gurdwara about 50 metres outside the Village, constructed during the 1970`s, consists of a square divan hall with a verandah in front.
The sanctum within it is marked off by 16 squareshaped pillars. The oneacre walled compound also contains Guru ka Langar and rooms for the pilgrims
Gurudwara Guru Garh Sahib is situated in Brahmanmajra, Distt Ropar. Guru Gobind Singh came here in 1704. After leaving Sri Anandpur Sahib and being separated from the family, Guru Sahib arrived at Kotla Nihang Khan. Leaving the wounded Bhai Bachitar Singh Ji in Nihang Khan's haveli, Guru Sahib reached village Brahman Majra with two elder Sahibzada Ji, Sahibzada Baba Ajit Singh and Sahibzada Baba Jujhar Singh Ji, Panj Pyare and about forty Sikhs. They stayed here for night. Next morning after holding religious diwan, GURU SAHIB left for Boormajra and Chamkaur Sahib, Well here Guru sahib took bath still exists in Gurdwara Sahib compound.
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