Gurdwara Data Bandi Chod, Fort Gwalior signifies the release of 52 Rajput Rulers from the prison of Emperor Jahangir by Shri Guru Hargobind Sahib (Sixth Great Master of Sikhs) in 17th century. To know the History of this Gurdwara, see the link,"History of Gurdwara Data Bandi Chhod, Fort Gwalior" given at top right hand side of this blog.
Sri Guru Hargobind Ji wore two swords Miri (signifiied royalty) and Piri (signified spirituality). He got the Lohgarh Fort constructed at Amritsar (Symbol of Military power) and also constructed Akal Takhat Sahib (Symbol of Royal power).
To make the environment pollution free, Kaar Sewa (Selfless Service), an organisation looking after administration of the Gurdwara has planted a number of decorative, flowering and fruit bearing trees along roads at the Fort and Gwalior city. For further information on Kaar Sewa Khadur Sahib, see the article, "Kaar Sewa Khadur Sahib" at link www.khadur-sahib.blogspot.com.
Kaar Sewa is also looking after the administration of Gurdwara Paua Sahib(Ghatampur) and Gudwara Guru Nanak Dev Ji (Phool bagh, Gwalior). To get information on all the Gurdwaras maintained by Kaar Sewa Khadur Sahib see the article "Historical Gurdwaras constructed/Renovated/Maintained/Supervised by Kaar Sewa Khadur Sahib" at link www.khadur-sahib.blogspot.com. To provide quality education to the children living in remote areas, Dera Kaar Sewa has started Shri Guru Hargobind Public School Booti Kuian (Distt. Bhind), Bandi Chhod Academy Gharsondi (Gwalior) and Bandi Chhod Academy Mohna (Gwalior). In addition, Kaar Sewa had also started Guru Nanak Senior Secondary School Dabra (Gwalior) and Sri Guru Hargobind Public School Sheopur. After making these schools financially self sufficient, both the schools have been handed over to the local Management Commitee. To get detailed information about Education Institutes managed by Kaar Sewa Khadur Sahib, see the article, "Education Institutes Managed by Kaar Sewa Khadur Sahib" at link www.khadur-sahib.blogspot.com.
A special care is taken to look after pilgrims and visitors to Gurdwara Data Bandi Chhod. A free bus service is provided from Railway Station Gwalior to the Gurdwara Sahib to assist people coming from Punjab, Sachkhand Hazur Sahib Nanded or other places. Free accommodation and food (in community kitchen) is provided to all irrespective of the colour, cast or creed. A free dispensary with essential medicine is also available. A qualified doctor provides free treatment to the patients for an hour everyday. All these facilities are provided with the support of the kind donors. To see the remarks of the visitors, visit the link "Visitors delight-Gurdwara Data Bandi Chhod, Fort Gwalior, MP, India" given at top right hand side of this blog.
This Gurdwara is unique in two ways. Firstly, this is the only Gurdwara with two holy ponds. One for gents and the other for ladies. In other Gurdwaras, a corner of the holy pond is covered from all sides for the bath of the ladies.
Postal Address: Gurdwara Data Bandi Chhod
Fort Gwalior, Gwalior,
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