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History Of Butala Village, Sri Amritsar District


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Butala village is seven kilometr northeast of Baba Bakala. Here lived a poor widow and her youthful son nicknamed Baba Palla Ji because He always carried a rupee and a lump of jaggery or gurrh tied in ain a scarf called Palla in Punjabi. which He said He would offer to his Guru whan and where He happened to meet Guru Ji.Guru Hargobind Sahib ji divined his wish and came to grace village Butala, according to local tradition, on 15th Phagun 1665 Bikrami or 19th Februaruy and received Baba Palla ji's offering and blessed hm and his mother. Their house thence onward became a dharamsal where Gurdwara Paatshahi Chevvin was established in 1887.Sri Guru Singh sabha was formed at Butala in 1889 wityh its office in this Gurdwara where Guru Granth Sahib Ji and Sr Dasam Granth Sahib Ji were seated side by side. Puranmasi was celebrated here. The Gurdwara is now managed by a committee of the local sangat. An annual religious fair is held here on 15th of Phagun end February.

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