Fatehgarh Sahib"Take A Trip to The Tribal Beauty"

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    Gurudwara Fatehgarh Sahib - Gurudwara Fatehgarh Sahib was constructed to commemorate the death of the sons of Guru Gobind Singh. The gurudwara was named after the Sikhs started their conquest in 1710 that was led by Banda Bahadur. Maharaja Yadvindra Singh of Patiala constructed the entrance of the gurudwara in 1952. The wall in which the sons of Guru Gobind Singh were burried alive is in Gurudwara Bhora Sahib. Gurudwara Shahid Ganj and Gurudwara Burj Mata Gujri are situated within the Gurudwara Fatehgarh Sahib complex. The sons and mother of the Guru were imprisoned by Wazir Khan, the Faujdar of Sirhind, in Gurudwara Burj Mata Gujri. 

     

    Sanghol - Sanghol is a site belonging to the Harappan civilisation and is maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). The Sanghol Museum has numerous antiques that were discovered during the excavations at Sanghol. The stone sculptors are the prime attractions of the museum and are displayed in the upper gallery. Maps, charts, photographs, graphs and drawings are displayed in chronological order. There are collections of pottery and coins in the museum. It also displays art forms of the Kushana period, extending between the 2nd century and the 3rd century. Visitors are allowed to explore only certain art sections, while scholars can go through the restricted areas after taking permission from the authorities.

     

    Gurudwara Jyoti Sarup - Gurudwara Jyoti Sarup is situated in proximity to Gurudwara Fatehgarh Sahib. The remnants of Mata Gujri and her two sons were cremated at this site. It is believed that Wazir Kahn denied the cremation of the bodies unless someone gave him gold coins. Seth Todar Mal, a devotee of Guru Gobind Singh, bought the land in order to cremate the dead bodies.

     

    Gurudwara Shaheed Ganj - Gurudwara Shaheed Ganj was built to commemorate the death of the Sikhs who sacrificed their lives fighting against the Mughal army. It is believed that around forty cartloads of heads of Sikh soldiers were cremated in this region.

     

    Aam Khas Bagh - The Aam Khas Bagh was constructed for the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan to stay while travelling to Lahore. Numerous palaces were constructed nearby to ensure comfortable stay of the Mughal rulers. It is believed that there existed an air-conditioning system in the palaces. The Aam Khas Bagh has the Sheesh Mahal, hamam and tank where water was heated. The Maulasari in Aam Khas Bhag is a tourist complex. A light and sound programme is organised during the Jorh Mel, depicting stories of the bravery of the two sons of Guru Gobind Singh.

     

    Sant Namdev Temple - Sant Namdev Temple is dedicated to Sant Namdev who preached Bhakti Marg, the way to worship God. His 61 ‘shaloks’ have been included in the Shri Guru Granth Sahib. The site is also known as Swami Namdev Ji Ka Dera. The temple is visited by many travellers during the fair held on the occasion of Basant Panchmi.

     

    Das Nami Akhara - Das Nami Akhara is a religious place dedicated to a saint, Baba Hardit Giri. After Diwali, an assembly is held for three days on the following Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The bhandara is organised on Monday and sermons are delivered by preachers. The Akhara is visited by a number of travellers during the festival of Shivaratri and Janmashtami.

     

    Mata Chakreshvri Devi Jain Temple - Mata Chakreshvri Devi Jain Temple, located in Attewali village, is dedicated to Goddess Chakreshvri Devi and is believed to be 1,000 years old. According to folklore, during the rule of Raja Prithvi Raj Chauhan, the idol of Mata Chakreshvri Devi was brought by one of the pilgrims. Once the idol was put on the ground, it did not move. Thus, the pilgrims decided to install the deity at that very place. The walls of the temple are adorned with glass work. The well close to the temple is considered holy.

     

    Rauza Sharif - Rauza Sharif is a dargah dedicated to Shaikh Ahmad Faruqi Sirhindi, also known as Mujaddid Alf-Isfani. Sunni Muslims consider the dargah as the second Mecca. The tombs of Shah Zaman and his queen and the Afghan ruler can be seen nearby. Rauza Sharif is situated on the Sirhind-Bassi Pathana Road. During the festival of Urs of Shaikh Ahmad Faruqi Sirhindi, the site is visited by many tourists.

     

    Floating Restaurant - The Floating Restaurant is built over the Sirhind Canal and is maintained by the Punjab Tourism Development Corporation. The restaurant is built on vessels that can bear pressure up to 8,000 cusecs of water. The ideal time to visit this restaurant is during the summer season.

     

    Haveli Todar Mal - Haveli Todar Mal, situated close to Fatehgarh-Sahib, is known as the Jahaz Haveli. The haveli is built using Sirhindi bricks. It was once the residence of Diwan Todar Mal. He honoured the Sikh community by buying the land to cremate the body of Sahibzada Zorawar Singh.

     

    Shahgird di Mazar - Shahgird di Mazar is a beautiful tomb dedicated to the Shahgird of Ustad Syad Khan, Khwaja Khan. The tomb is constructed in the Muslim architectural style and is known as the Talanian Maqbaras. The facade of the mazar resembles the Humayun Tomb of Delhi.

     

    Ustad Di Mazar - Ustad Di Mazar was constructed to honour Ustad Syad Khan, an architect and a builder. The site lies near the Rauza Sharif.

     

    Mosque of Sadhana Kasai - The mosque of Sadhana Kasai lies north-west of the Sirhind-Ropar Railway Line. The entire mosque is built of Sirhindi bricks. The paintings in the mosque represent the 'T' art form. A Shabad of Sadhana Kasai has been included in the Shri Guru Granth Sahib.

     

    Tombs of Nabis at Bras - The tombs of Nabis at Bras were once visited by Shaikh Ahmad Faruqi Sirhindi. The body of the thirteen Nabis, favourites of Allah, was enshrouded here. During excavations, the graves of twelve Nabis were discovered. The construction of the mosque was supervised by Dr. Nizamuddin of Malerkotla.

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    Gurudwara Fatehgarh Sahib - Gurudwara Fatehgarh Sahib was constructed to commemorate the death of the sons of Guru Gobind Singh. The gurudwara was named after the Sikhs started their conquest in 1710 that was led by Banda Bahadur. Maharaja Yadvindra Singh of Patiala constructed the entrance of the gurudwara in 1952. The wall in which the sons of Guru Gobind Singh were burried alive is in Gurudwara Bhora Sahib. Gurudwara Shahid Ganj and Gurudwara Burj Mata Gujri are situated within the Gurudwara Fatehgarh Sahib complex. The sons and mother of the Guru were imprisoned by Wazir Khan, the Faujdar of Sirhind, in Gurudwara Burj Mata Gujri. 

     

    Sanghol - Sanghol is a site belonging to the Harappan civilisation and is maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). The Sanghol Museum has numerous antiques that were discovered during the excavations at Sanghol. The stone sculptors are the prime attractions of the museum and are displayed in the upper gallery. Maps, charts, photographs, graphs and drawings are displayed in chronological order. There are collections of pottery and coins in the museum. It also displays art forms of the Kushana period, extending between the 2nd century and the 3rd century. Visitors are allowed to explore only certain art sections, while scholars can go through the restricted areas after taking permission from the authorities.

     

    Gurudwara Jyoti Sarup - Gurudwara Jyoti Sarup is situated in proximity to Gurudwara Fatehgarh Sahib. The remnants of Mata Gujri and her two sons were cremated at this site. It is believed that Wazir Kahn denied the cremation of the bodies unless someone gave him gold coins. Seth Todar Mal, a devotee of Guru Gobind Singh, bought the land in order to cremate the dead bodies.

     

    Gurudwara Shaheed Ganj - Gurudwara Shaheed Ganj was built to commemorate the death of the Sikhs who sacrificed their lives fighting against the Mughal army. It is believed that around forty cartloads of heads of Sikh soldiers were cremated in this region.

     

    Aam Khas Bagh - The Aam Khas Bagh was constructed for the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan to stay while travelling to Lahore. Numerous palaces were constructed nearby to ensure comfortable stay of the Mughal rulers. It is believed that there existed an air-conditioning system in the palaces. The Aam Khas Bagh has the Sheesh Mahal, hamam and tank where water was heated. The Maulasari in Aam Khas Bhag is a tourist complex. A light and sound programme is organised during the Jorh Mel, depicting stories of the bravery of the two sons of Guru Gobind Singh.

     

    Sant Namdev Temple - Sant Namdev Temple is dedicated to Sant Namdev who preached Bhakti Marg, the way to worship God. His 61 ‘shaloks’ have been included in the Shri Guru Granth Sahib. The site is also known as Swami Namdev Ji Ka Dera. The temple is visited by many travellers during the fair held on the occasion of Basant Panchmi.

     

    Das Nami Akhara - Das Nami Akhara is a religious place dedicated to a saint, Baba Hardit Giri. After Diwali, an assembly is held for three days on the following Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The bhandara is organised on Monday and sermons are delivered by preachers. The Akhara is visited by a number of travellers during the festival of Shivaratri and Janmashtami.

     

    Mata Chakreshvri Devi Jain Temple - Mata Chakreshvri Devi Jain Temple, located in Attewali village, is dedicated to Goddess Chakreshvri Devi and is believed to be 1,000 years old. According to folklore, during the rule of Raja Prithvi Raj Chauhan, the idol of Mata Chakreshvri Devi was brought by one of the pilgrims. Once the idol was put on the ground, it did not move. Thus, the pilgrims decided to install the deity at that very place. The walls of the temple are adorned with glass work. The well close to the temple is considered holy.

     

    Rauza Sharif - Rauza Sharif is a dargah dedicated to Shaikh Ahmad Faruqi Sirhindi, also known as Mujaddid Alf-Isfani. Sunni Muslims consider the dargah as the second Mecca. The tombs of Shah Zaman and his queen and the Afghan ruler can be seen nearby. Rauza Sharif is situated on the Sirhind-Bassi Pathana Road. During the festival of Urs of Shaikh Ahmad Faruqi Sirhindi, the site is visited by many tourists.

     

    Floating Restaurant - The Floating Restaurant is built over the Sirhind Canal and is maintained by the Punjab Tourism Development Corporation. The restaurant is built on vessels that can bear pressure up to 8,000 cusecs of water. The ideal time to visit this restaurant is during the summer season.

     

    Haveli Todar Mal - Haveli Todar Mal, situated close to Fatehgarh-Sahib, is known as the Jahaz Haveli. The haveli is built using Sirhindi bricks. It was once the residence of Diwan Todar Mal. He honoured the Sikh community by buying the land to cremate the body of Sahibzada Zorawar Singh.

     

    Shahgird di Mazar - Shahgird di Mazar is a beautiful tomb dedicated to the Shahgird of Ustad Syad Khan, Khwaja Khan. The tomb is constructed in the Muslim architectural style and is known as the Talanian Maqbaras. The facade of the mazar resembles the Humayun Tomb of Delhi.

     

    Ustad Di Mazar - Ustad Di Mazar was constructed to honour Ustad Syad Khan, an architect and a builder. The site lies near the Rauza Sharif.

     

    Mosque of Sadhana Kasai - The mosque of Sadhana Kasai lies north-west of the Sirhind-Ropar Railway Line. The entire mosque is built of Sirhindi bricks. The paintings in the mosque represent the 'T' art form. A Shabad of Sadhana Kasai has been included in the Shri Guru Granth Sahib.

     

    Tombs of Nabis at Bras - The tombs of Nabis at Bras were once visited by Shaikh Ahmad Faruqi Sirhindi. The body of the thirteen Nabis, favourites of Allah, was enshrouded here. During excavations, the graves of twelve Nabis were discovered. The construction of the mosque was supervised by Dr. Nizamuddin of Malerkotla.

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