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Vichora Sahib (Ropar) where Guru Gobind Singh's family was parted ways

Vichora Sahib (Ropar) where Guru Gobind Singh's family was parted ways

Gurdwara Guru Ka Lahore: a cluster of 3 Gurdwaras north of Anandpur Sahib in Punjab, are located at the site of Guru Gobind's Singh's marriage. It was not safe to go to Lahore, so the Guru said "We shall create Lahore here," so a camp was set up to look like Lahore where the marriage took place. Even after the camp has been closed down and disassembled the place continued to be considered holy. A Gurdwara was established at the camp site to which two more were added later.

Gurdwara Guru Ka Lahore: a cluster of 3 Gurdwaras north of Anandpur Sahib in Punjab, are located at the site of Guru Gobind's Singh's marriage. It was not safe to go to Lahore, so the Guru said "We shall create Lahore here," so a camp was set up to look like Lahore where the marriage took place. Even after the camp has been closed down and disassembled the place continued to be considered holy. A Gurdwara was established at the camp site to which two more were added later.

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While the ceremonial rites were being performed by Baba Buddha Ji, Guru HarGobind Ji asked Baba Buddha to adorn him with a sword rather than the Seli of Guru Nanak Dev Ji which had been used previously by the earlier Gurus. Guru HarGobind Ji then put on not one, but two swords; one on his left side and the other on his right. He named one "Miri," representing Temporal Power, and the other "Piri," representing Spiritual Power, one to smite the oppressor and the other to protect the innocent.

While the ceremonial rites were being performed by Baba Buddha Ji, Guru HarGobind Ji asked Baba Buddha to adorn him with a sword rather than the Seli of Guru Nanak Dev Ji which had been used previously by the earlier Gurus. Guru HarGobind Ji then put on not one, but two swords; one on his left side and the other on his right. He named one "Miri," representing Temporal Power, and the other "Piri," representing Spiritual Power, one to smite the oppressor and the other to protect the innocent.

#SikhArt  Beautiful Pencil Sketch of Shri Har Krishan Sahib Ji  Share & Spread!

#SikhArt Beautiful Pencil Sketch of Shri Har Krishan Sahib Ji Share & Spread!