SALŪRĪ, a village 16 km north of Ūnā along the Ūnā-Amb road in Himāchal Pradesh, is sacred to Gurū Gobind Siṅgh, who stayed here on his way to Nadauṇ early in 1691 AD. Gurdwārā Pātshāhī Dasviṅ commemorating the Gurū's visit is situated on the left bank of the Suāṅ, a tributary of the river Sutlej. The 2-metre square domed sanctum was built by the Sikh sovereign Raṇjīt Siṅgh in 1829 through mason Naudh Siṅgh. The Gurū Granth Sāhib is displayed on a 1.25-metre square dais said to be built on the spot whereon Gurū Gobind Siṅgh alighted for rest. The Gurdwārā is administered by Sevāvāle sants in the line of Sant Sevā Siṅgh of Qilā Anandgaṛh.