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date: 15 August 2020

Goindvāl 

Source:
A Dictionary of Sikh Studies
Author(s):

Pashaura Singh

The town founded by Gurū *Amar Dās on the right bank of the Beas River near its confluence with Satluj, where the three regions of the Punjab (Majha, Doaba, and Malwa) meet. The geographical location of this new place was on the main route from Lahore to Delhi. It soon developed into a flourishing town. This may account for the spread of the Sikh ... ...

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