Gurudwara Sri Patshahi Dasvin, Guru ki Dhab is situated in the Village Guru ki dhab (Mata), teh kotkapura district Faridkot. It is situated on the Kotkapura Jaito road. Sri Guru Gobind Singh ji came here and sat along with sangat. Here was a tree out of which a Shaheed came and bowed in front of Guru Sahib. Guru Sahib asked "how are you ussain khan mian". Listening his name from Sri Guru Gobind Singh ji he was very happy. He said that i am very happy to have glimpse of you, i was waiting for from long time. After meeting Guru Sahib all his sin will come to end. When sikhs asked Guru Sahib about him, then Guru Sahib told that he was Shaheed but due to some reasons he was not out of cycle of life and death. But today hes out it. Here also exist a eight corner Sarovar(pond). Guru Sahib blessed that whos soever will take bath in this Sarovar will be out cycle of life and death. And also any person who is suffering from athrah disease would be cured if he bath's here.
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