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GURDWARA SAHIB IN BATHINDA
« on: September 30, 2011, 06:13:07 PM »
GURUDWAR LAKHI JUGLE SAHI PATSHAHI PAHLI CHHEVI SATVI DASVI
Gurdwara Lakhi Jungle is a historical shrine situated in MEHMA SARJA, Bathinda district of Punjab. This is the sacred shrine where the first guru of sikh, Guru Nanak Dev, recited Bani, Called Japji Sahib, 1 lakh times and blessed that the person who will recite japji sahib bani or hear the pious bani, would have his wishes come true. He also blessed the sarovar, that a person who will do ishnaan here will get relief from all sorrows.
The Sixth guru Hargobind jee visited this sacred place while he was returning from Delhi to Lahore. Chandu shah,  the main culprit of Guru Arjan's martydom was tied to  a tree called Kilha Sahib which is still living.
 The seventh Guru Guru har rai jee also visited this place during his travels. Guru Gobind singh visited this place in 1762 Bikrami. He met Bhai Soma and drank the milk of his bufalloe. He bessed Bhai Soma telling him that he would have a son. Guru Gobind singh, after brushed with twig, planted the twig, where now a tree  called Falahi Sahib has grown. The Sarovar of Bhai Bhagtu. Here guru ji also sajaya the kavi darbar and said the following lines:
Lakhi Jungle Khalsa Aan didar ditoo nae| Sun kae sadd mahi da mehin pani ghao muto nae||
 Kisey naal na raleya kaayi koyae jo sauk peoo nae| Gaya Firaak milya mit mahin tahin sukar kito nae.
Which means--

 
The gurdwara Saahib is managed by the  Buddha Dal.