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Gurudwara Jindwari Sahib Village Jindwari

This Gurdwara Sahib is associated with Baba Gurditta Ji, the youngest son of Sixth Guru Hargobind Ji. He lived in Kiratpur Sahib. One day while hunting, Baba Gurditta Ji inadvertendtly killed a cow belonging to an old Brahmin lady. Unfortunately, the cow was the only source of income of the lady. She apprised Gurditta that the cow had a male calf who would be left unfed and may die. On knowing this Baba Gurditta Ji by using mystical power revived the cow. Guru Hargobind Ji on knowing this was displeased with Baba Gurditta Ji. Baba Gurditta Ji owned his error and one day he willingly breathed his last. Guru Gobind Singh Ji is also said to have visited this place. Gurdwara Sahib is flat roof small room.
Location
Gurdwara Jindwari Sahib or Gurdwara Guruana Sahib is situated in Village Jindwari. It is 14 km west of Anandpur Sahib across the Satluj river on a road going from Nangal to Una. It is two and half hours drive from Chandigarh

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