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Near the Police Station, Chandini Chowk the beautiful golden domes of the Gurudwara Sisgunj immediately strikes your eye. It commemorates the site of the ninth guru of the Sikhs, Guru Teg Bahadur's martyrdom. Aurangzeb 1675 beheaded the Guru. The gurudwara has been extended from time to time and it tough to tell apart the original structure anymore


Bird Hospital is located on the premises of a famous Jain Temple the hospital was found predictably by a Jain saint; Acharya Shri Shanti Sagar, in 1926. When the hospital was opened, it was no more than a first aid post, manned by a single attendant, operating out of just one room. But thanks to generous public response, by 1957, it became a full-fledged hospital, with a capacity to look after over 10,000 patients. Today, it is spread over a three-storied building and is staffed by a full complement of a doctor, a supervisor, a chemist and several trained attendants. The bird is first brought to the surgery where it is given immediate treatment and put in a cage, where the birds that need the most attention, are kept. When they are well on the road to recovery, they are transferred to the convalescing rooms on the second floor. It is only when they are fully recovered that they are taken to the freedom room on the top floor. The considerable expenses of the hospital are met entirely by donations from the general public. So generous are the donations that this is probably the only hospital (including those for humans), which has no financial problems at all.

Located on the premises of a famous Jain Temple the hospital was found predictably by a Jain saint; Acharya Shri Shanti Sagar, in 1926. When the hospital was opened, it was no more than a first aid post, manned by a single attendant, operating out of just one room. But thanks to generous public response, by 1957, it became a full-fledged hospital, with a capacity to look after over 10,000 patients. Today, it is spread over a three-storied building and is staffed by a full complement of a doctor, a supervisor, a chemist and several trained attendants. The bird is first brought to the surgery where it is given immediate treatment and put in a cage, where the birds that need the most attention, are kept. When they are well on the road to recovery, they are transferred to the convalescing rooms on the second floor. It is only when they are fully recovered that they are taken to the freedom room on the top floor. The considerable expenses of the hospital are met entirely by donations from the general public. So generous are the donations that this is probably the only hospital (including those for humans), which has no financial problems at all.


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