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Gurudwara Triveni Sahib

guru This Gurdwara commemorates the visits of four Gurus. Guru Nanak Dev Ji came here on his Udasi towards the East during time of Kalu Chaudhri. Kalu Chaudhri heard the preachings of Guru Nanak Dev Ji and after renouncing his dacoities, become an ardent Sikh. He constructed a baoli in the memory of the Guru and this can still be seen. Guru Hargobind Sahib came here on his way to Kurukshetra. When he learnt that the descendants of Kalu Chaudhri were looking after the site commemorating Guru Nanak Dev Ji's visit, he gave them 500 gold coins to build a proper place, set up a garden and to dig a well. Bhagtu, a descendant of Kalu Chaudhri, bought land and carried out the Guru's instructions. On his way to Delhi, Guru Tegh Bahadur came here. When he learnt that the descendants of Kalu Chaudhri had not cared for the garden and the well as instructed by Guru Hargobind Sahib, he uttered the words: Karah kurahe pavega, bagh ujarega, khuh beabad hovega (Karah will tread the wrong path, the garden will be ruined and the well will dry) After this, Guru Gobind Singh Ji came to this place. He had come to meet Pir Bhikhan Shah in village Siyana Saiyadan. He circumambulated this place and went away. In the Gurdwara, the Manji Sahib's (memorials) of three Gurus can be seen. The Maghi fair is celebrated here with great zeal.

The Secretary, Management Committee,
Gurdwara Karoh Sahib,
Post Office Karoh Sahib,
Tehsil Pehowa,
District Kurukshetra (Haryana)

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