Punjab Sarkar Doing Very Bad Job
Anandpur Sahib was established in June 1665 by the ninth Sikh Guru, Guru Tegh Bahadur. He formerly resided in Kiratpur, however provided the disagreements with Ram Rai– the senior kid Guru Har Rai and other sects of Sikhism, he transferred to town in Makhoval. He called it Chakk Nanaki after his mom. In 1675, Guru Tegh Bahadur being a Sikh was beheaded (on behalf of the entire Hindu neighborhood) for choosing not to transform to Islam, under the orders of the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb, a martyrdom that led Sikhs to relabel the town to Anandpur and coronate his child Gobind Das as his follower and popular as Guru Gobind Singh.
The town turned into town, most likely significantly state Louis E. Fenech and W. H. McLeod, as Sikhs moved near Guru Gobind Singh. The growing strength of Sikhs in Anandpur under the tenth Guru, after the execution of the ninth Guru, raised issues of the surrounding Pahari rajas – the vassals of the Mughal Empire, together with the Mughal ruler Aurangzeb. In 1693, Aurangzeb provided an order that prohibited big events of Sikhs such as throughout the celebration of Baisakhi. In 1699, Guru Gobind Singh established the Khalsa panth and collected a big armed militia. This set off Aurangzeb and his vassal Hindu kings around Anandpur to blockade Anandpur. This caused a number of fights:
Gurudwara Takht Sri Kesgarh Sahib: is the primary Sikh temple in the town. It marks the birth place of Khalsa and among the 5 spiritual authorities (Five Takhts) of Sikhism. Basing on a hillock, today complex was constructed in between 1936 and 1944. The strategy of the structure is a square set inside a 30 square metres (320 sq feet) square yard.