Gurdwaras_Ban1Muktsar commemorates the martyrdom of 40 Sikh soldiers who died fighting the Mughals while protecting Guru Gobind Singh. On learning of their sacrifice, the Guru anointed them the Chaali Mukte (forty liberated ones), and renamed the site of the battle as Muktsar (pool of salvation). Darbar Sahib or Tuti Gandhi Sahib is the main shrine here. Others of note are Gurdwara Tambu Sahib, which marks the elaborate ruse the soldiers had worked out turning bushes into tents; Gurdwara Shahidganj Sahib marks the spot where the Guru conducted the last rites of the Chaali Mukte; and Gurdwara Tibbi Sahib marks the mound from where Guru Gobind Singh fought the Mughal army.