SAUṄṬĪ, an old village 2-km northeast of Amloh (30º-36'N, 76º-14'E), in Fatehgaṛh Sāhib district, claims a historical shrine called Gurdwārā Srī Gurū Hargobind Sāhib. It is situated in the open fields over a kilometre to the east of the village and is approached through a cart track going to Jalālpur village. It marks the site where, during a hunting excursion, a dog belonging to Gurū Hargobind killed a wild boar and itself died of wounds sustained during the fight with the beast.
The Gurdwārā is a Mañjī Sāhib of old construction, 7-metre square with a verandah in front. On a platform inside are displayed some swords and chakras. The Gurū Granth Sāhib is seated in the verandah and is attended by a farmer who cultivates the adjoining land. Being in an out-of-the-way and isolated place, the shrine has hardly any visitors during the year.
Major Gurmukh Siṅgh (Retd.)