Saturday, October 01, 2016
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Gurudwara Jhari Sahib at Tergay, Distt Kasur

Village Tergay is situated on Kasur-Qadiwind road about one km east of village Qadiwind. This sacred place elegantly stands in this village.
While Sat Gur Amar Das Ji was going to Kasur, the residents of this village welcomed him with love and urged him to stay. He conceded and stayed there. A small Gurdwara was built. There used to be a bunch of trees close by. Sat Gur had tied the horse to trees which have withered away.
There is a grant of 2.5 ghumaon of land by Bhai Sulakhan Singh of Qadiwind and 2.5 ghumaon by villagers for the shrine. A fair is held on Visakhi.

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Text and photographs:Historical Sikh Shrines in Pakistan : Iqbal Qaiser

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