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Takht (Punjabi: ਤਖ਼ਤ) which literally means a throne or seat of authority is a result of historical growth of Sikhism. There are five Takhts and these Takhts are the five gurudwaras which have a very special significance for the Sikh community. The first and the most important one was established by Guru Hargobind in 1609. It is called 'Akal Takht' (the Throne of the Timeless God) and is situated just opposite the gate of Harmandir Sahib – The Golden Temple, Amritsar. The Guru established it, because he thought that secular political matters should not be considered in the Golden Temple, which is meant purely for worship of God. Here the Guru held his court and decided matters of military strategy and political policy. Later on, the Sikh commonwealth (Sarbat Khalsa) took decisions here on matters of peace and war and settled disputes between the various Sikh groups. The Sarangi singers sung the ballads of the Sikh Gurus and warriors at this place and robes of honour (saropas) were awarded to persons who rendered distinguished services of the community of men in general.

Akal takhat

Gurudwara Sahib

Akal Takht is the throne of Sikh religious authority. Many decisions of great importance concerning religious and social life of the Sikh community have been taken here. Guru Hargobind constructed Akal Takht in 1609. Some called it Akal Bunga: the house of the Lord. The Takht was used for a special purpose which considerably changed the Sikh character and organisation. Akal Takht is the throne of Sikh religious authority. Many decisions of great importance concerning religious and social life of the Sikh community have been taken here. Guru Hargobind constructed Akal Takht in 1609. Some called it Akal Bunga: the house of the Lord. The Takht was used for a special purpose which considerably changed the Sikh character and organisation. The Guru himself sat here and held a court of justice. Many Sikhs used to gather here for the redress of their grievances and offerings were made to the Guru. At the place where Akal Takht is situated was a mound. The

Damdama Sahib

Gurudwara Sahib

Guru Gobind Singh stayed sometime at Muktsar. Then he proceed farther and visited several villages, spreading love and distributing Namdan, emanipating peoples's hearts from fear and hatred and instilling patriotic fervor among them. He roamed about in Lakhi jungle. The devotees flocked to him in thousands and were fascinated by his spiritual gift. The Master shed light in the dark countryside of Malwa. Many poets and bards, who had left Anandpur when the town was besieged, again gathered round the Guru here. The poets sang inspiring songs full of love from their aching hearts, and showered praises on the Guru. Tt was a great reunion. The poems full of pathetic themes went deep into the people's hearts. In due course of time, the Guru reached Sabo-ki-Talwandi now known as Damdama Sahib. It is so called because ity was here that the Guru had halted after some tiresome battles which he had fought for the sake of saving darma. Complete peace prevailed and the

Keshgarh Sahib

Gurudwara Sahib

When Guru Tegh Bahadur was residing at Kiratpur, he thought of building a new township for himself and his devotees which would form the nucleus of a religious centre. The Guru imagined it to be a city with a difference-place for the people coming from outside, a big hall for the relgious congregations and a beautiful place for the Guru's residence. The Guru thought the place should be near Kiratpur in the foothills with excellent surroundings. He, therefore, purchased a piece of land in villages Makhowal, just 8 km from Kiratpur. The land was purchased from the Raja of Kahlur for five hundred rupees. Soon a new township came into existence; it was named Nanki Chak. When Guru Gobind Singh came from Patna, the town was further extended. The town was later named Anandpur-the abode of bliss. When the work to build this township started, construction of three building was taken up-the Guru's residence, a place for worship and a rest house. It was

Patna Sahib

Gurudwara Sahib

Patna is situated at a distance of about 500 km. from Calcutta on the main line of Eastern Railway, connecting Calcutta with Varanasi and delhi. It is also on the air route between Delhi and Calcutta and is connected with Kathmandu by air. The city has been recently renamed Patna Sahib, keeping in view its sancity. During one of his missionary tours, Guru Tegh Bahadur stayed at Patna. Guru Nanak had earlier visited this place. Guru Tegh Bahadhur was accompanied by his mother Nanki and wife Gujari. In early 1666, when Guru Tegh Bahadur arrived in Allahabad, house hold and the members of his darbar. It was here that the spirit and light of Guru Gobind Singh had descended and manifested itself by will of God in his mother's womb. Mata Gujari had conceived this great son of God, Gobind. Thereafter, leaving his family at Patna, Guru Tegh Bahadur proceed towards Bengal and Assam. Guru Gobind Singh was born on Paus Sudi 7 Samvat 1723,

Hazur Sahib

Gurudwara Sahib

Guru Gobind Singh left Delhi for the south to meet Bahadur Shah and aprise him of the situaton. He was keen that the persons responsible for hte cold-blooded murder of his sons should be punished. Afer the third day of hs departure from delhi, he reached Mathura and halted at Suraj Kund, on the banks of the Yamuna. Then, he reached Agra. He was given a robe of honour along with a jeweled scraf worth sixty thousand rupees. The Emperor requested the Guru to stay with him for some time. The Guru had been harbouring a desire for a long time time that Wazir Khan, The Governor of Sirhind, be punished for his misdeeds. And, when the Guru expressed his wish the Emperor was taken aback and was upset but did not give any reply to the Guru. When the Guru insisted, he told him that he would decide the matter after discussing it with his ministers. He also requested the Guru to accompany him on his march towards Rajasthan. But he declined the