Gurudwara Punja Sahib came under control of Tat Khalsa on the death of the existing Mahant.
Government of India took over administration of PEPSU.
SGPC established Gurudwara Damdama Sahib, Talwandi Sabho (Bathinda), as Guru Khalsa's fifth Takhat.
==> DAMDAMA SAHIB: a tower marking Guru Sahib's residence. The religious places known with this name include:
- A famous
place near village Sabhoki Talwandi, Riyasat Patiala, Njamat
Barnala, Tehsil Bathinda, Thana Rama. This place is also
known as "Kanshi of Sikhs". Because of Dhalae
Sikhs's affection Guru Kalgidhar residing at this location
for nine and half month. Mata Sundari Ji and Mata Sahib
Kaur, along with Bhai Mani Singh Ji came to visit Guru Sahib
at this location. It is this location where Kalgidhar Patshah
recited the entire Sri Guru Granth Sahib for final compilation.
Tirlok Singh and Ram Singh of Phul family were baptised
into the Khalsa order by Guru Sahib on this location. Guru
Sahib's blessing of rivers for flourishing the surrounding
forest was also granted here. Baba Deep Singh Ji Shaheed
was installed as the first Mahant of a newly-estabablished
Gurudwara at this location.
Vaisakhi is celebrated annually here. Sant Attar Singh Ji dedicate a major portion of his efforts to the upkeep of this Gurudwara. Damdama Sahib is considered a center for Gurmat scholars and writers.
place of Guru Amardas Ji, half a mile from village Kanwan,
where Guru Sahib used to collect the Bias river water for
Guru Angad Patshah's bathing.
Patshah's resident, where Guru Hargobind Ji rested after
hunting a pig. This place south of Vadali.
place where, Sri Guru Hargobind Patshah used to organize
place of Guru Hargobind Patshah, in a garden near Unnae.
of Guru Har Rai's diwan in Kiratpur.
Tegh Bahadhur's Damdama in Dhubadhi Nagar, Assam, which
is on the banks of Brahamputar river.
Tegh Bahadhur's resting place in Maalmandhi, Amritsar. Guru
Sahib rested at this place for sometime before departing
Gobind Singh's resting place in Anandpur.
- A historical
place of Guru Gobind Singh ji in Delhi.
-Ref. Mahan Kosh pp. 620-1
Four Hindu passengers were murdered near Naushara Puniya.