Thousands of devotees have thronged Tkaht Sri Damdama Shaib to have darshan of the holy relics of Guru Sahiban in the Dharrmik Darshan Yatra that was set off in May 6 from Gurudwara Dukhniwaran Sahib Patiala. Giving darshan of Guru Sahiban relics to everybody across the state, the yatra would culminate at Sri Anandpur Sahib. The yatra has halted at Takht Sri Damdama Sahib wherein the ardas was conducted under executive Jathedar Giani Gurmukh Singh and the relics were opened for darshan by devotees. People in the area are excited over the yatra and a large number of them have converged at Takht Sri Damdama Sahib to have darshan of the historical relics.
The devotees inlcude a large number of youngsters proving the fact that young generation is keen to learn more about its rich history of valor. The youngsters are clicking photographs and making videos of the event sharing these on social networking sites. Many youngsters were seen clicking selfies and uploading the same as their display pictures on their social networking accounts. More than a thousand youngsters participated in yatra on 800 motor-cycle borne sporting kesri colored turbans.The fourth day of yatra saw a large number of parents bringing their children along to make them have a glance at the rich heritage they are born with. Even the children accompanying their grandparents were seen answering a number of questions of Sikh history and gaining knowledge. School students are visiting to have darshan of relics with their teachers.
Earlier on May 8 the yatra entered into Talwandi Sabo area where it was given a rousing welcome. Under MLA Talwandi Sabo Mr Jeet Mohinder Singh a number of motor-cycle borne youngsters escorted the Dharmik Darshan Yatr to Takht Sri Damdama Sahib. The Deputy Commissioner Bathinda Dr Basant Garg, SSP Mr Kuldeeo Chahal, ADC (general) Mr Sumeet Jarangal, ADC (D) Mr Varinder Kumar Sharma, SDM Bathinda Mr Vineet Kumar, Assistant director youth services Mr Raghubir Singh Maan and others were also present.The gatka presented by Nihang Sikhs remained center of attraction. The round abouts in Talwandi Sabo have been decorated very beautifully and lamps were lit welcoming the darshan yatra.