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A Sikh religious tour of relics of three Gurus will be taken to other states after the culmination of the tour in Punjab later this month. Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal on Monday announced that the state government and Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee would take the Dharmik Darshan Yatra to the other states to help devotees to have a close look at the relics and offer prayers.

Braving summer heat, thousands throng religious yatra in Punjab

Braving the blazing 42 degrees Celsius plus temperature, thousands of devotees thronged the Takht Damdama Sahib in this Sikh religious town on Saturday to offer prayers at the 'Dharmik Darshan Yatra' which is carrying the relics of three Sikh gurus. The yatra was received by thousands of devotees as it arrived here on Saturday.

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