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Takht Sri Damdama Sahib Jee

Guru KeeKashi, Sabo KeeTalwandi, Batinda, Panjab


Takht Sri Damdama Sahib, Guru KeeKanshi, Sabo KeeTalwandi, Batinda, is one of the five seats of authority for Sikhs. This Takht is situated at Batinda in Punjab, in a village called Sabo KeeTalwandi.

Damdama means a place to have a break and rest.

Sri Guru Gobind Singh Jee stayed here after fighting battles against the mughals. Before his arrival at Sabo KeeTalwandi, two of the Guru’s sons were bricked alive at Sarhind and two laid down their lives at Chamkaur Sahib. After writing the Zafarnama, Sri Guru Gobind Singh Jee fought a successful battle at Muktsar and then moved towards Sabo KeeTalwandi.

The true and complete form of Sri Guru GranthSaahibJee was written at Sri Damdama Sahib by the hand of the great Sikh, ShaheedBhai Mani Singh Jee as Sri Guru Gobind Singh Jee recited gurbani off by heart. Sri Guru Gobind Singh Jee added to the original version prepared by Sri Guru Arjan Dev Jeeand the verses (hymns/shabads) of Sri Guru TeghBahadurJee.

Baba Deep Singh Jee with firm faith would complete the seva of providing the paper, pens and ink. He also wrote four more saroops of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee by hand and these can be found at the other four Takhts. Later, Shaheed Baba Deep Singh Jee was made the jathedhar of the Takht by Guru Jee.

Within nine months and nine days the correct pronunciation and understanding of gurbani was taught to forty eight Singhsby Sri Guru Gobind Singh Jee.

Guru Jee blessed Sabo KeeTalwandi, as Guru KiKanshi. Kanshi means holy shrine or centre of religious and spiritual learning and development. He said that it would be a place where there would be many scholars, philosophers, writers, students and devotees of the Sikh Faith.

We should all strive to do as much seva as we can and use the skills, talents and qualities that we have to increase awareness of the Sikh faith.