Gurdwara Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib - This famous Gurudwara is situated in the core of the Dhubri Town on the bank of the strong Brahmaputra stream in far north-east India in the territory of Assam. Master Nanak the main Sikh Guru visited this place in 1505 and met Srimanta Sankardeva the originator of the Mahapuruxiya Dharma as the Guru headed out from Dhaka to Assam.
This historic shrine, Sri Gurdwara Guru Tegh Bahadur or Damdama Sahib at Dhubri in Assam was worked in memory of the visit of Guru Nanak. Henceforth it has incredible significance for Sikh people group. Master Tegh Bahadur set up this Gurdwara amid his seventeenth century visit to the zone. Sikh lovers from all finished India and the world collect in this Gurdwara consistently in the period of December to stamp the suffering of Guru Tegh Bahadur with due gravity and function. Sikh aficionados call this celebration Sahidee Guru Parav.
It was during his stay in Dhubri, that the ninth Guru got the news that a child was destined to him at Patna. This child was Gobind Rai who later turned into the very regarded tenth Guru, Sri Guru Gobind Singh. He prevailing to the Guru Gaddi after the execution of his dad in Chandni Chowk, Delhi by the request of the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb in 1675.