Gurdwara Damdama Sahib, New Delhi

Gurdwara Name Gurdwara Damdama Sahib Address Nizzamudin East, New Delhi
Zipcode 110013 Phone 011 24353212
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Sarai Available yes Sarai Contact Information S. Balbir Singh (Manager)
Sarai facilities One hall with 150 persons capacity.
Sarai Room Count 1
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History This Gurdwara is associated with the Tenth Guru, Shri Guru Gobind Singh ji. It commemorates his meeting in 1707 with Prince Muazzam, later Emperor Bahadur Shah. He had been requested by the Prince for help in his battle for succession for the throne with his brother, after the death of Aurangzeb. Guru Sahib met the Prince at this place and together, they drew up their strategy. They watched elephant and bull fights organized for their entertainment.
Remarks Its near Hazrat Nizam-ud-din Railway Station & walking distance from railway station. Other Gurdwaras in Delhi are : 1. Nanak Piau Sahib Guru Nanak camped here for several days. On Old G.T. Karnal Road, near Azadpur. 2. Majnu Tilla Sahib Guru Hargobind stayed here during his visit to Delhi. The place was formerly home to Majnu, a Sufi ascetic from modern-day Iraq. Near Chandraval village, close to ISBT, Kashmere Gate. 3. Bangla Sahib Site of a bungalow that hosted Guru Harkrishan during his visit to Delhi. Near Gole Market Post Office, close to Connaught Place. 4. Bala Sahib The cremation site of Guru Harkrishan. Located near Mathura Road, close to Ashram. 5. Sis Ganj Sahib Guru Tegh Bahadur was publicly beheaded here. On the principal avenue of Chandni Chowk. 6. Rakab Ganj Sahib The cremation site of Guru Tegh Bahadur. Near the Presidentís Estate in Central Delhi. 7. Moti Bagh Sahib Guru Gobind Singh stayed at this place. Near Moti Bagh Colony, close to Dhaula Kuan. 8. Damdama Sahib This is the site where Guru Gobind Singh met Mughal prince Muazzam to discuss strategies for the final battle of succession to the Mughal throne. Behind Humayunís Tomb, near Hazrat Nizamuddin East. 9. Mata Sundari Built in the memory of Mata Sundari and Mata Sahib Kaur, the two wives of Guru Gobind Singh. On Mata Sundari Lane, near New Delhi railway station. 10. Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Built to commemorate the martyrdom of Baba Banda Singh Bahadur, a follower of Guru Gobind Singh, who was executed by the Mughals. Near the Sufi shrine of Hazrat Khwaja Qutubuddin Kaki in South Delhiís Mehrauli.