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Gurdwara Kaljantar Sahib Patshahi Dasvin Village Bhadaur

Guru Gobind Singh Ji came to Bhadaur from Dina in December, 1705. King Bhadarsen established this village centuries ago. In those days Sutlej used to flow from here. The King had made his royal bathing site on the bank of the river. One day the daughter of the King Suraj Kalan with her friends came to take bath at this place. To her astonishment a sadhu by the name Bhishan Das was taking bath at the royal bathing site. The princess got furious and abused the Sadhu. As a result the Sadhu got annoyed with the princess and exclaimed. Kiyon Sapni vang jeeb Mardi Hai Princess immediately understood that she has been cursed. She earnestly asked for forgiveness. Sadhu told her that tenth light of Guru Nanak Dev Ji would liberate her from the curse. It so happened that after few centuries when Guru Gobind Singh Ji, tenth Guru, came to the field of King Bhadarsen a snake came towards him. It is said that GuruJi with his Arrow chopped the head of the snake and liberated the princess from the curse of the Sadhu. Prakash Divas of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Guru Arjan Dev Ji and Guru Gobind Singh Ji are celebrated here. Besides Prakash Divas there is a large congregation at the occasion of Baisakhi

Gurdwara Kal Jantar Sahib is situated in Bhadaur town,25 km northwest of Barnala in Sangrur district of Punjab .The Gurdwara Sahib is 5 km from Badhaur bus stand

Gurdwara Patshahi Dasvin,
Village & P.O Bhadaur,
Tehsil Barnala, District Sangrur
Pincode: 148102
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