Sikhi Radio Anandpur Sahib
- Prof. Kartar Singh Sri Anandpur Sahib
- Hola Mohala In Anandpur Sahib-1
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- Hola Mohala In Anandpur Sahib-3
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- Rain Sabai Kirtan at Anandpur Sahib
- Annual Samagam AKJ at Anandpur Sahib-1
- Annual Samagam AKJ at Anandpur Sahib-2
- Vaisakhi at Anandpur Sahib
Sri Anandpur SahibTakht Sri Keshgarh Sahib or Anandpur Sahib is one of the most important sacred places of the Sikhs and is closely linked with their religious traditions and history. It is located on the lower spurs of the Himalayas surrounded by picturesque natural scenery, with the river Satluj forming a shimmering and shiny blue border on the south west barely four miles away. So far as the historical significance of Anandpur Sahib is concerned, it is second only to Amritsar, the city of Golden Temple.
Anandpur Sahib was founded in the year 1665 by the ninth Sikh Guru, Guru TeghBahadur, near the ruins of an ancient place, Makhowal. On May 13,1665, Guru Tegh Bahadur went to Bilaspur to attend the mourning for Raja Dip Chand of Bilaspur State. The Dowager Rani Champa of Bilaspur offered to give the Guru a piece of land in her state. The Guru bought the site on payment of five hundred rupees. The land consisted of the villages of Lodhipur, Mianpur and Sahota. Here on the mound of Makhowal, Guru Tegh Bahadur raised a new habitation. The ground was broken on June 19, 1665, by Baba Gurditta Randhawa. The new village was named Chakk Nanaki after the Guru's mother, Nanaki. The place later came to be known as Anandpur Sahib.