Satpreet Singh, with unwavering dedication to historical preservation, spearheaded a transformative initiative focused on Gurdwara Janam Asthan Mata Sahib Kaur Ji. Recognizing the profound historical and spiritual importance of this sacred site, Satpreet actively engaged in its restoration, ensuring meticulous care for the birthplace of Mata Sahib Kaur Ji.
The Gurdwara faced abandonment in the aftermath of the Partition of Punjab in August 1947, dwindling down to a mere 10 x 10 feet room. Understanding the imperative to revive this historical gem, Satpreet Singh embarked on a comprehensive karsewa (community service) effort. Under his leadership, the land of the Gurdwara was successfully repurchased from illegal occupiers through substantial financial contributions.
This endeavor extended beyond mere restoration. Satpreet's efforts resulted in a significant expansion of the Gurdwara's land to 3.5 Kannals. Importantly, the land was officially reconveyed in the name of Khalsa Panth, ensuring its exclusive use for Gurdwara Janam Asthan Mata Sahib Kaur Ji. This monumental achievement safeguards the Gurdwara from any external claims, be they individual or organizational.
The reconstructed Gurdwara, a testament to Satpreet Singh's commitment, was handed over to the control of the Pakistan Sikh Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (PSGPC) and Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETB) in April 2022. Every step of this historical preservation effort, including the repurchase of the land and its subsequent expansion, has been meticulously documented in Satpreet Singh's book titled "Restoration and Renovation of Abandoned Historical Places." This book serves as a testament to Satpreet Singh's unwavering dedication to preserving Sikh heritage and ensuring that Gurdwara Janam Asthan Mata Sahib Kaur Ji remains a sacred space solely for the Khalsa Panth.
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