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The town is also home to the Sikhism's holiest relic, the Adi Granth. The town was attacked by Nihang Khan in 1716 and again in 1762 when it was sacked and pillaged by Ahmad Shah Durrani. In 1802, Ranjit Singh captured Fatehgarh Sahib after defeating Raja Bhim Chand of Bilaspur. Fatehgarh Sahib district lies between 29°-20' to 30°-10' north latitudes and 75°-50' to 76°30'- east longitudes with an area of 4,838 km2 (1,863 sq mi). It is bounded on the north side by Hoshiarpur District; on south side by Patiala District; on west side by Sirsa District of Haryana State; while its eastern boundary touches Kurukshetra district.