Both of these historical Shrines are situated near Tambo Sahib on the road leading towards Janamasthan Nankana Sahib. The Shrine of Sat Gur Arjun Dev Ji is without a dome whereas the sacred Shrine of the Patshah of meeri peeri Guru HarGobind has been built with dome and both the Shrines have a common boundary wall.
The sixth Patshah came to visit Nankana Sahib in the month of Har Samvat 1670 (1613 AD) while returning from Kashmir. The Guru's disciples established this Gur Mela at the site where he had stayed, 13 ghumaon of land is said to be endowed to the Gurdham. The tree under which Guru Dev Ji stayed, has withered away. A piece of that tree has been preserved in a glass case and placed inside the dome of the Shrine of the 6th Guru so that the visiting Sangats may see it. Here too Prakash does not take place, only the buildings stand which the yatrees visit and get solace.
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