The temples dedicated to "Venerable Shri Baba Dittu Ji" are referred to as "Tomri Mandirs". These Tomris are considered to be the adobes of the divine grace of Baba Dittu Ji. The first Tomri mandir was established in Sialkot (in present-day Pakistan), and is obviously beyond the reach of present-day Gadia families (since most of them are in India now). However, there are three Tomri Mandirs in India which attract hundreds of Gadia families every day of the year. These tomris are located in Jammu, Ludhiana and Delhi.
In the year 1920, some Gadia families brought certain components from the Sialkot Tomri and established a Tomri Mandir at Jammu. The Jammu Tomri, thus remains the first and the oldest Tomri in India. It is located in a beautiful campus in Talaab Tillon area of Jammu.
Shri Baba Dittu Ji Gadia Samaaj Tomri, Talaab Tillon, Jammu, J&K, India.
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The Ludhiana Tomri is located in a large, beautiful, green campus at village Kanech in Sahnewaal district near Ludhiana (Punjab). The Ludhiana tomri is considered to be especially sacred since it is believed that Baba Dittu Ji appeared at this tomri in “Naag (snake) roop”. This tomri mandir has a large, full-wall photograph that was taken when Baba Ji appeared there in his divine manifestation of the snake.
The Delhi Tomri was envisioned in the year 1998. Construction started in the year 2000 after much deliberations with the Delhi government over allotment of land. On 25th January 2004, the Delhi Gadia Samaaj went to Jammu and brought some soil from the Jammu Tomri, as Baba Ji’s blessing. On 2nd May 2004, the Tomri Mandir was formally inaugurated and made available to the Gadia families. Regular monthly events take place at the Tomri which ensures that the Gadia community remains connected in its devotion to Shri baba Dittu Ji.
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