Nawanshehar"Take A Trip to The Tribal Beauty"

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    Nabh Kanwal - Gurudwara Nabh Kanwal was dedicated to Maharaja Raja Sahib, who was considered to be as pure as a lotus, which is why the Gurudwara has kanwal, meaning lotus, in its name. The nearby villages of Jhingram and Rehpa have several Gurudwara buildings. 

     

    Kirpal Sagar - Kirpal Sagar is a popular place located near the region of Rahon, in the village of Dariapur. Kirpal Sagar is said to be a place of religious importance for Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs and Christians alike. The place is built in shape of an egg, and has four corners. The symbols of all the four religions, are located within the Kirpal Sagar.

     

    Gurudwara NanakSar, Hakimpur- Located in a village by the name of Hakimpur, in the district of Tehsil Banga of Nawanshehar, is the Gurudwara Nanak Sar. The Gurudwara is about 5 km to the south of Bahiram Railway Station and about 2 yards to the east of Hakimpur Village. As per local legends, Guru Hari Rai ji is said to have rested here, while he was on his way to Kiratpur Sahib from Kartarpur. The neem and peepal trees, to which the guru used to tie his horses, still exist here, along with a holy pond on the western part of the Gurudwara. This Gurudwara is said to have been built by Maharaja Ranjit Singh and it is said that Guru Nanak Devji also visited the place and rested here for about three days. There used to be a mausoleum present here, that is dedicated to the wife of Baba Banda Bahadur, but due to the construction of another building within the Gurudwara, the mausoleum had to be removed.

     

    Gurudwara Charan Kanwal (Jeendowali) - This Gurudwara was also constructed by Maharaja Ranjit Singh, in the memory of Guru Hargobind Singh Ji, who was the sixth guru of the Sikhs. There is a pond present in front of the Gurudwara that was built by the daughter of Sardar Dhanna Singh. The Gurudwara also houses a separate building for Langar, which was constructed by Bhai Seva Singh. The Gurudwara is managed by the SGPC.

     

    Gurudwara Har Rai Danda Sahib Sandhwaan Farala - Gurudwara Har Rai Danda Sahib Sandhwaan Farala was built in the year 1713 and it is said that Guru Gar Raj stayed here for few days, on his journey towards Kiratpur Sahib.

     

    Gurudwara Gurpartap - The Gurudwara by the name of Gurpartap, is located in the village of Thana Behram. The land required for the construction of this Gurudwara was donated by Maharaja Ranjit Singh. There is also a well present here that was dug on the instructions of Guru Teg Bahadur, as there used to be shortage of water in the region.

     

    Gurudwara Shahidaan Urapar - Gurudwara Shahidaan Urapar is said to be the place where the Sikh soldiers who died in the battle at Rahon, in the year 1711, were buried.

     

    Gurudwara Bhai Sikh Hiyala - Gurudwara Bhai Sikh is located in the village of Hiyala, in the lower region of Nawanshehar and this Gurudwara is popular for the fair that is held every year, just after the festival of Dussehra. As per the beliefs of the locals here Baba Bhai Sikh, who lived in Jhingran Village used to meditate here and imparted religious teaching to people living here. Baba Bhai Sikh who lived here, is said to have believed that serving humanity was the biggest worship that a human being could do in order to serve God.

     

    Gurudwara Shahidganj Talwandi Jattan - This Gurudwara is located at the same place where a battle was fought in the year 1767. This is also the same place where the soldiers who died in the same battle, were cremated. Special ceremonies and rituals are held here on birthdays of Sikh gurus and other occasions, that are attended by people of all religions. 

     

    Gurudwara Manji Sahib Nawanshehar - This Gurudwara is built over the place where Guru Tag Bahadur Ji stayed during his visit to Kiratpur Sahib. It is said that Guru Teg Bahadur was accompanied by Bhai Mati Das, on his journey.

     

    Roza Sharif Mandali - Located in Mandali, is the Roza Sharif Mandali that is dedicated to Abdulla Shah Kadri, one of the eight sons of Muslim saint Gospaal. Abdulla Shah Kadri who also built the roza when he was alive. The train station located here is also named after Baba Abdulla Shah Kadri, as people believe that trains used to stop here mysteriously.  Roza Sharif is also popular for the fair that is held here every year, in between the months of June and July; and is accompanied by Ghazal and Quawwal performances, by artists who come here from different regions of India.

     

    Baba Balraj Temple Balachaur - Baba Balraj Temple, located in Balachur, belongs to the 16th century A.D. and has its association with the King of Jaipur, who is believed to have meditated here. It was after the death of the king, that his son took over and built a temple dedicated to his father, in the year 1596. This also popular as the spot where Sher Shah Suri came to seek the blessings of Baba Raj Dev, before his fight against Humayun.

     

    Shivala Banna Mall - The Shivana Banna Mall has a long history behind it, similar to that of Nawanshehar and is located just opposite to the Municipal Corporation Office of Nawanshehar. The place was constructed by the chief minister for Maharaja Kapurthala. The minister also constructed several schools and hospitals in the area.

     

    Gurudwara Singh Sabha Nawanshahr - Built in the year 1928, Gurudwara Singh Sabha of Nawanshehar, was constructed by a committee of about 25 members, who gathered money to purchase the land required for the Gurudwara. Later on, when the people were quite satisfied with the work of the committee, a board was created with five members, who worked towards the creation of schools, a langar khana in the Gurudwara and also a large new hall.  

     

    Suraj Kund Rahon - Located in Rahon, Suraj Kund temple is one of the most popular places of pilgrimage in India. As per religious beliefs, there are only two and a half Kunds located in the region of India and Suraj Kund in Rahon is one of them, while Nasik and Haridwar are the other two.

     

    Gurudwara Tahli Sahib Nawanshehar - Gurudwara Tahli Sahib in Nawanshehar was built by the elder son of Guru Nanak Devji, Baba Shri Chand. Every year, the birthday of Baba Shri Chand is celebrated here by the locals as well as people coming from distant parts of Punjab. The devotees believe that Baba Shri Chand stayed and meditated here for over 40 days.

     

    Sanehi Temple Nawanshahr - The foundation stone for this temple was laid on December 18th in the year 1869, by Pandit Nihal Chand Gautam, Pandit Mool Raj Gautam and Pandit Shri Kant Gautam and it took about six years for this temple to be completed. The idol of Mata Chintapoorni, installed here, was brought to this temple from Jaipur. Later on, a committee was formed by the name of Sanehi Sankirtan Mandal, to look after the condition of the temple and to carry on all the repair related works within the temple. Many religious ceremonies are held here in the temple now, including marriages of financially backward people.

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  • Hotels of Nawanshehar

    Shine Star Hotel, Nawanshehar

    Rahon Rd, Vikas Nagar

    Shine Star Hotel, Nawanshehar offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions.It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This propert

    1,800.00 Avg/night

    Green Valley Farm, Nawanshehar

    pojewal Nawanshahar

    Green Valley Farm, Nawanshehar offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions.It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This proper

    5,100.00 Avg/night

    Paris Continental Hotel, Nawanshehar

    Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar

    The Paris Continental Hotel, is conveniently located from the Railway Station and Bus Stand.one of the well-established budget hotels is located in the Punjab. The Hotel is approved by the Ministry of Tourism, Government

    1,940.00 Avg/night

    Welcome Hotel, Nawanshehar

    Nawanshahr Bus

    Welcome Hotel, Nawanshehar offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions.It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This property i

    1,100.00 Avg/night

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    Nabh Kanwal - Gurudwara Nabh Kanwal was dedicated to Maharaja Raja Sahib, who was considered to be as pure as a lotus, which is why the Gurudwara has kanwal, meaning lotus, in its name. The nearby villages of Jhingram and Rehpa have several Gurudwara buildings. 

     

    Kirpal Sagar - Kirpal Sagar is a popular place located near the region of Rahon, in the village of Dariapur. Kirpal Sagar is said to be a place of religious importance for Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs and Christians alike. The place is built in shape of an egg, and has four corners. The symbols of all the four religions, are located within the Kirpal Sagar.

     

    Gurudwara NanakSar, Hakimpur- Located in a village by the name of Hakimpur, in the district of Tehsil Banga of Nawanshehar, is the Gurudwara Nanak Sar. The Gurudwara is about 5 km to the south of Bahiram Railway Station and about 2 yards to the east of Hakimpur Village. As per local legends, Guru Hari Rai ji is said to have rested here, while he was on his way to Kiratpur Sahib from Kartarpur. The neem and peepal trees, to which the guru used to tie his horses, still exist here, along with a holy pond on the western part of the Gurudwara. This Gurudwara is said to have been built by Maharaja Ranjit Singh and it is said that Guru Nanak Devji also visited the place and rested here for about three days. There used to be a mausoleum present here, that is dedicated to the wife of Baba Banda Bahadur, but due to the construction of another building within the Gurudwara, the mausoleum had to be removed.

     

    Gurudwara Charan Kanwal (Jeendowali) - This Gurudwara was also constructed by Maharaja Ranjit Singh, in the memory of Guru Hargobind Singh Ji, who was the sixth guru of the Sikhs. There is a pond present in front of the Gurudwara that was built by the daughter of Sardar Dhanna Singh. The Gurudwara also houses a separate building for Langar, which was constructed by Bhai Seva Singh. The Gurudwara is managed by the SGPC.

     

    Gurudwara Har Rai Danda Sahib Sandhwaan Farala - Gurudwara Har Rai Danda Sahib Sandhwaan Farala was built in the year 1713 and it is said that Guru Gar Raj stayed here for few days, on his journey towards Kiratpur Sahib.

     

    Gurudwara Gurpartap - The Gurudwara by the name of Gurpartap, is located in the village of Thana Behram. The land required for the construction of this Gurudwara was donated by Maharaja Ranjit Singh. There is also a well present here that was dug on the instructions of Guru Teg Bahadur, as there used to be shortage of water in the region.

     

    Gurudwara Shahidaan Urapar - Gurudwara Shahidaan Urapar is said to be the place where the Sikh soldiers who died in the battle at Rahon, in the year 1711, were buried.

     

    Gurudwara Bhai Sikh Hiyala - Gurudwara Bhai Sikh is located in the village of Hiyala, in the lower region of Nawanshehar and this Gurudwara is popular for the fair that is held every year, just after the festival of Dussehra. As per the beliefs of the locals here Baba Bhai Sikh, who lived in Jhingran Village used to meditate here and imparted religious teaching to people living here. Baba Bhai Sikh who lived here, is said to have believed that serving humanity was the biggest worship that a human being could do in order to serve God.

     

    Gurudwara Shahidganj Talwandi Jattan - This Gurudwara is located at the same place where a battle was fought in the year 1767. This is also the same place where the soldiers who died in the same battle, were cremated. Special ceremonies and rituals are held here on birthdays of Sikh gurus and other occasions, that are attended by people of all religions. 

     

    Gurudwara Manji Sahib Nawanshehar - This Gurudwara is built over the place where Guru Tag Bahadur Ji stayed during his visit to Kiratpur Sahib. It is said that Guru Teg Bahadur was accompanied by Bhai Mati Das, on his journey.

     

    Roza Sharif Mandali - Located in Mandali, is the Roza Sharif Mandali that is dedicated to Abdulla Shah Kadri, one of the eight sons of Muslim saint Gospaal. Abdulla Shah Kadri who also built the roza when he was alive. The train station located here is also named after Baba Abdulla Shah Kadri, as people believe that trains used to stop here mysteriously.  Roza Sharif is also popular for the fair that is held here every year, in between the months of June and July; and is accompanied by Ghazal and Quawwal performances, by artists who come here from different regions of India.

     

    Baba Balraj Temple Balachaur - Baba Balraj Temple, located in Balachur, belongs to the 16th century A.D. and has its association with the King of Jaipur, who is believed to have meditated here. It was after the death of the king, that his son took over and built a temple dedicated to his father, in the year 1596. This also popular as the spot where Sher Shah Suri came to seek the blessings of Baba Raj Dev, before his fight against Humayun.

     

    Shivala Banna Mall - The Shivana Banna Mall has a long history behind it, similar to that of Nawanshehar and is located just opposite to the Municipal Corporation Office of Nawanshehar. The place was constructed by the chief minister for Maharaja Kapurthala. The minister also constructed several schools and hospitals in the area.

     

    Gurudwara Singh Sabha Nawanshahr - Built in the year 1928, Gurudwara Singh Sabha of Nawanshehar, was constructed by a committee of about 25 members, who gathered money to purchase the land required for the Gurudwara. Later on, when the people were quite satisfied with the work of the committee, a board was created with five members, who worked towards the creation of schools, a langar khana in the Gurudwara and also a large new hall.  

     

    Suraj Kund Rahon - Located in Rahon, Suraj Kund temple is one of the most popular places of pilgrimage in India. As per religious beliefs, there are only two and a half Kunds located in the region of India and Suraj Kund in Rahon is one of them, while Nasik and Haridwar are the other two.

     

    Gurudwara Tahli Sahib Nawanshehar - Gurudwara Tahli Sahib in Nawanshehar was built by the elder son of Guru Nanak Devji, Baba Shri Chand. Every year, the birthday of Baba Shri Chand is celebrated here by the locals as well as people coming from distant parts of Punjab. The devotees believe that Baba Shri Chand stayed and meditated here for over 40 days.

     

    Sanehi Temple Nawanshahr - The foundation stone for this temple was laid on December 18th in the year 1869, by Pandit Nihal Chand Gautam, Pandit Mool Raj Gautam and Pandit Shri Kant Gautam and it took about six years for this temple to be completed. The idol of Mata Chintapoorni, installed here, was brought to this temple from Jaipur. Later on, a committee was formed by the name of Sanehi Sankirtan Mandal, to look after the condition of the temple and to carry on all the repair related works within the temple. Many religious ceremonies are held here in the temple now, including marriages of financially backward people.

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