Gurdwara Ghai Ghat

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Gurdwara Ghai Ghat
Gurdwara Ghai Ghat is located in Bihar
Gurdwara Ghai Ghat
Gurdwara Ghai Ghat
Location in Bihar
Coordinates: 25°36′28.77″N 85°10′3.06″E / 25.6079917°N 85.1675167°E / 25.6079917; 85.1675167Coordinates: 25°36′28.77″N 85°10′3.06″E / 25.6079917°N 85.1675167°E / 25.6079917; 85.1675167
Name
Proper name: Gurdwara Pahila Bara
Location
Country: India
State: Bihar
Location: Patna
Architecture and culture
Primary deity: Guru
Architectural styles: Gurdwara
History
Date built:
(Current structure)
First build - unknown
Final Rebuid - 1980
Creator: unknown

Gurdwara Pahila Bara, commonly known as Gurdwara Ghai Ghat, is dedicated to Guru Nanak Dev, who during his visit into Patna stayed here. This was Bhagat Jaitamal's house. Jaitamal was a pious man, confectioner by trade, who became the Guru's follower and later converted his house into a dharmsala. Bhagat Jaitamal's house was sanctified first by Guru Nanak in 1509 AD. and later by Guru Tegh Bahadur along with his family in 1666 AD.

It is a historical sikh shrine situated at Ghaighat Mohalla in patna. It is about 4 kilometers from Takht Sri Harmandir Sahib. Gurdwara Pahila Bara is oldest Gurdwara is this region. A new building comprising a spacious square hall with the sanctum in the middle was constructed during the 1980.

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