The historical Gurudwara Sahib named after Bhai Biba Singh has been re-opened after over 68 years of closure, in which it was damaged by various earthquakes and abrasion.
With ties dating back to Guru Gobind Singh Ji’s time, a Gurudwara was made by Maharaja Ranjit Singh when he discovered the location in Peshawar, Jogiwara.
Sikhs are elated to have received the rights to the Gurudwara once again, after they began to work on restoration a few years ago.
The Gurudwara was claimed and closed by the Pakistani Muslims, just before partition due to a dispute in which community held rights over the land, and at least one person each from the Sikh and Muslim community lost their lives in the feud.
~ Source: Sikh24.com