SRĪNAGAR (34º-5'N,74º-50'E), the capital of Jammū and Kashmīr state situated on the banks of the River Jehlum at an elevation of 5250 feet above sea level, has a historical Sikh shrine, Gurdwārā Chhevīṅ Pātshāhī, located near Kāṭhī Gate of Harī Parbat Fort in the northern part of the city. The Gurdwārā marks the site of the house where Māī Bhāgbharī, an old lady converted to Sikhism during the time of Gurū Arjan, lived with her son, Sevā Dās, who too was a devout Sikh. The present building of the Gurdwārā, raised in 1970, is a dīvān hall, with the Gurū Granth Sāhib seated on a raised platform in the centre. An old well in front of the Gurdwārā is believed to have been got dug by Gurū Hargobind himself. Gurdwārā Chhevīṅ Pātshāhī is managed by the Jammū and Kashmīr Gurdwārā Prabandhak Board through the local district committee.