Pipli will host a memorial where all artefacts and memories pertaining to the Sikh Gurus will be Preserved: Manohar Lal, CM, Haryana

KURUKSHETRA: Speaking in his mother tongue Punjabi at a release event of a book, Haryana chief minister (CM) Manohar Lal Khattar said that all the relics and memories available in the state of the Sikh Gurus will be preserved in a grand memorial to be built near Pipli, Kurukshetra.

CM Manohar Lal was speaking on the occasion of release of a book ‘Haryana Sikhs and Khattar’ written by Prabhleen Singh, a scholar and published in English, Hindi and Punjabi languages by Information, Public Relations, Language and Culture Department of Haryana, in a hall of Kurukshetra University (KU) on Wednesday.

“All the relics and memories of Sikh Gurus available in Haryana will be preserved in the memorial to be built near Pipli, so that the future generations can be inspired by the immortal message of service of humanity of the Gurus.

This museum will definitely become a tourist centre”, said CM Manohar.
The CM also advised the author and publisher to change the title of this book and it contains mentions of his caste and asked them to write ‘Manohar Lal’ in place of ‘Khattar’.
He said the book contains the information about the work done by the government to preserve the history of Sikh Gurus in the last 9.5 years besides the events organised related to Guru Nanak Dev, Guru Gobind Singh, Guru Tegh Bahadur and Baba Banda Singh Bahadur.

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