Sangrur"Take A Trip to The Tribal Beauty"

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    Sheesh Mahal - 22 km away form Sangrer, is the Sheesh Mahal or Palace of Mirrors, another significant attraction of the region. This palace was built by Maharaja Narinder Singh in 1845, with extensive use of glass. It has been constructed in a forest area and is surrounded by gardens, fountains, terraces and an artificial lake. In ancient times, it used to be the residential palace of the Nawab of Malerkotla.

     

    Banasar Garden - The Banasar Garden of Sangrur City is the most popular picnic spot of the city. It is a building with 12 doors having a marble Baradari. It lies in the middle of a pond, which is accessible through a small bridge. This bridge leads to a marble gate, which is present on the western side of these gardens. Its surroundings comprise four towers, numerous walkways, many plants and trees and a mini zoo. In ancient times, the rulers of Jind State used to spend their summers in the buildings around these gardens. The most significant building around this garden is the Diwan Khana, which lies adjacent to Banasar. This structure was used by the kings of princely times, to hold official and personal meetings. Presently, this building has been turned into a museum that displays weapons and several other articles of princely times. The most attractive feature of this museum is its carved marble slabs.

     

    Gurdwara Janam Asthan - The Gurdwara Janam Asthan is situated at Cheema, 20 km away from the city of Sangrur. The site of this gurdwara is said to have been the birth place of Sant Baba Attar Singh. This gurdwara is visited by a large number of devotees on a fair held here in the holy month of Chet, on the new moon day.

     

    Gurdwara Akoi Sahib - The Gurdwara Akoi Sahib is situated 5 km north of Sangrur City, on the Malerkotla-Sangrur Road of Akoi Village. This gurdwara has been visited by first, sixth, and ninth Sikh gurus, namely Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Shri Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji and Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji. Guru Nanak Dev Ji came to this place from Nanakiana Sahib of Mangwal Village, in 1504. At that time, only a dense forest existed in the place. It is said that, with the blessings of the guru, the place prospered and turned into a complete city. Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji visited this place in 1616, during his trip from Amritsar to Nanak Matta, while Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji visited this place in 1665, along with his mother, wife and maternal uncles.

     

    Gurdwara Nanakiana Sahib - The Gurdwara Nanakiana Sahib, also known as Karir Sahib, is situated in the village of Mangwal on the Sangrur-Patiala Road, 4 km away from the city of Sangrur. This gurdwara is said to have been visited by the fifth Sikh guru, Guru Nanak Dev Ji. It is said that Nanak Dev Ji used to take baths in the pond of this gurdwara, as well as sit on the pond side and preach to the villagers. Due to this, gurudwara’s pond has been turned into a sarovar. Further in 1616, the sixth Sikh Guru, Shri Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji visited this place from Akoi Sahib. He also constructed a platform at the place where Guru Gobind Singh Ji sat and preached, to maintain the sanctity of the place and the pond. During his visit, he tied a horse to a Karir tree, which was later cut for constructing rooms at that place, but with time, the tree grew back and came out of the roof of that room.

     

    Sita Sar - Sita Sar is an ancient water tank situated 20 km away from the city of Sangrur. This tank is said to be the place where Mata Sita, who was the wife of Lord Rama, washed her hair after being sent out of the house by her husband. At the south of this tank, there is also a Sheetla Mata Temple, which is another point of interest in the region.

     

    Gurdwara Jandsar Sahib - The Gurdwara Jandsar Sahib is situated at a distance of 22 km from the town of Sunam, on the Sunam-Jakhal Road of Gaga Village. The ninth Sikh guru, Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji, visited this place during his Malwa region tour, on his way to Gobindpur Village. The villagers later on turned this place into a gurdwara and the Jand tree to which the Guruji tied his horse, still exists in the place.

     

    Gurdwara Jhira Sahib - The Gurdwara Jhira Sahib is situated at a distance of 18 km from the city of Sangrur, on the Sangrur-Ludhiana Road of Kanjhla Village. It has been visited by the first, sixth and ninth Sikh gurus, namely Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Shri Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji and Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji. Guru Nanak Dev Ji visited this place during his first preaching tour, while Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji stayed in this place during his trip to Darauli Bhai Village. Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji came to this place during his journey of the Malwa region.

     

    Gurdwara Patshahi IX - The Gurdwara Patshahi IX is situated at 19 km east of Sangrur City, on the Sangrur-Patiala Road of Bhawanigarh Town. This gurdwara is said to have powers of granting the desired wishes of its devotees. The Ninth Sikh guru, Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji, visited this place on the invitation of the King of Assam. He started his journey on horses with 300 followers from Anandpur Sahib, in 1665. The journey ended at this place and the guru stayed here for two days. This visit of Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji was accompanied by his mother, Mata Nanaki Ji and wife, Mata Gujri Ji. He also had the musical group of Rababi of Bhai Nathu Ram Ji with him during this trip.

     

    Gurdwara Wadda Ghalughara Sahib - Gurdwara Wadda Ghalughara Sahib is situated at 0.5 km from the Rahira Railway Station, on the Malerkotla-Ludhiana Road of Rahira Village. This gurdwara has been built in memory of all the Sikh fighters that lost their lives during a war against the armed forces of Ahmad Shah Durrani of Afghanistan, the Faujdar of Sirhind, Bhikhan Khan and Zain Khan.

     

    Gurdwara Patshahi I - The Gurdwara Patshahi I is located 19 km away from the city of Sangrur, in the town of Sunam. The first Sikh guru, Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji, is said to have visited this place while travelling to the Malwa region, to meet an old lady devotee.

     

    Gurudwaras at Sangrur - The Gurdwara Patshahi IX Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib is situated 20 km south-west of Sunam, on the Sunam-Bareta Road of Gandhuan Village. This place has been visited by the ninth Sikh guru, Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji. He came here during his journey to the Malwa region, with the intention of visiting a devotee in the village.

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    Harman Hotel, Sangrur

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    The Harman Hotel, Sangrur is Located Civil Hospital is located at a distance of 0.5 km from the hotel hotel, Ludhiyana Airport at 72 km and Sangur Railway Station at 1 km a distance of 0.5 km from Sangur Bus Stand, Harma

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    Sheesh Mahal - 22 km away form Sangrer, is the Sheesh Mahal or Palace of Mirrors, another significant attraction of the region. This palace was built by Maharaja Narinder Singh in 1845, with extensive use of glass. It has been constructed in a forest area and is surrounded by gardens, fountains, terraces and an artificial lake. In ancient times, it used to be the residential palace of the Nawab of Malerkotla.

     

    Banasar Garden - The Banasar Garden of Sangrur City is the most popular picnic spot of the city. It is a building with 12 doors having a marble Baradari. It lies in the middle of a pond, which is accessible through a small bridge. This bridge leads to a marble gate, which is present on the western side of these gardens. Its surroundings comprise four towers, numerous walkways, many plants and trees and a mini zoo. In ancient times, the rulers of Jind State used to spend their summers in the buildings around these gardens. The most significant building around this garden is the Diwan Khana, which lies adjacent to Banasar. This structure was used by the kings of princely times, to hold official and personal meetings. Presently, this building has been turned into a museum that displays weapons and several other articles of princely times. The most attractive feature of this museum is its carved marble slabs.

     

    Gurdwara Janam Asthan - The Gurdwara Janam Asthan is situated at Cheema, 20 km away from the city of Sangrur. The site of this gurdwara is said to have been the birth place of Sant Baba Attar Singh. This gurdwara is visited by a large number of devotees on a fair held here in the holy month of Chet, on the new moon day.

     

    Gurdwara Akoi Sahib - The Gurdwara Akoi Sahib is situated 5 km north of Sangrur City, on the Malerkotla-Sangrur Road of Akoi Village. This gurdwara has been visited by first, sixth, and ninth Sikh gurus, namely Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Shri Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji and Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji. Guru Nanak Dev Ji came to this place from Nanakiana Sahib of Mangwal Village, in 1504. At that time, only a dense forest existed in the place. It is said that, with the blessings of the guru, the place prospered and turned into a complete city. Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji visited this place in 1616, during his trip from Amritsar to Nanak Matta, while Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji visited this place in 1665, along with his mother, wife and maternal uncles.

     

    Gurdwara Nanakiana Sahib - The Gurdwara Nanakiana Sahib, also known as Karir Sahib, is situated in the village of Mangwal on the Sangrur-Patiala Road, 4 km away from the city of Sangrur. This gurdwara is said to have been visited by the fifth Sikh guru, Guru Nanak Dev Ji. It is said that Nanak Dev Ji used to take baths in the pond of this gurdwara, as well as sit on the pond side and preach to the villagers. Due to this, gurudwara’s pond has been turned into a sarovar. Further in 1616, the sixth Sikh Guru, Shri Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji visited this place from Akoi Sahib. He also constructed a platform at the place where Guru Gobind Singh Ji sat and preached, to maintain the sanctity of the place and the pond. During his visit, he tied a horse to a Karir tree, which was later cut for constructing rooms at that place, but with time, the tree grew back and came out of the roof of that room.

     

    Sita Sar - Sita Sar is an ancient water tank situated 20 km away from the city of Sangrur. This tank is said to be the place where Mata Sita, who was the wife of Lord Rama, washed her hair after being sent out of the house by her husband. At the south of this tank, there is also a Sheetla Mata Temple, which is another point of interest in the region.

     

    Gurdwara Jandsar Sahib - The Gurdwara Jandsar Sahib is situated at a distance of 22 km from the town of Sunam, on the Sunam-Jakhal Road of Gaga Village. The ninth Sikh guru, Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji, visited this place during his Malwa region tour, on his way to Gobindpur Village. The villagers later on turned this place into a gurdwara and the Jand tree to which the Guruji tied his horse, still exists in the place.

     

    Gurdwara Jhira Sahib - The Gurdwara Jhira Sahib is situated at a distance of 18 km from the city of Sangrur, on the Sangrur-Ludhiana Road of Kanjhla Village. It has been visited by the first, sixth and ninth Sikh gurus, namely Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Shri Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji and Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji. Guru Nanak Dev Ji visited this place during his first preaching tour, while Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji stayed in this place during his trip to Darauli Bhai Village. Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji came to this place during his journey of the Malwa region.

     

    Gurdwara Patshahi IX - The Gurdwara Patshahi IX is situated at 19 km east of Sangrur City, on the Sangrur-Patiala Road of Bhawanigarh Town. This gurdwara is said to have powers of granting the desired wishes of its devotees. The Ninth Sikh guru, Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji, visited this place on the invitation of the King of Assam. He started his journey on horses with 300 followers from Anandpur Sahib, in 1665. The journey ended at this place and the guru stayed here for two days. This visit of Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji was accompanied by his mother, Mata Nanaki Ji and wife, Mata Gujri Ji. He also had the musical group of Rababi of Bhai Nathu Ram Ji with him during this trip.

     

    Gurdwara Wadda Ghalughara Sahib - Gurdwara Wadda Ghalughara Sahib is situated at 0.5 km from the Rahira Railway Station, on the Malerkotla-Ludhiana Road of Rahira Village. This gurdwara has been built in memory of all the Sikh fighters that lost their lives during a war against the armed forces of Ahmad Shah Durrani of Afghanistan, the Faujdar of Sirhind, Bhikhan Khan and Zain Khan.

     

    Gurdwara Patshahi I - The Gurdwara Patshahi I is located 19 km away from the city of Sangrur, in the town of Sunam. The first Sikh guru, Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji, is said to have visited this place while travelling to the Malwa region, to meet an old lady devotee.

     

    Gurudwaras at Sangrur - The Gurdwara Patshahi IX Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib is situated 20 km south-west of Sunam, on the Sunam-Bareta Road of Gandhuan Village. This place has been visited by the ninth Sikh guru, Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji. He came here during his journey to the Malwa region, with the intention of visiting a devotee in the village.

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