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SIKH SHRINES IN SULTANPUR LODHI

Sultanpur Lodhi
Sultanpur Lodhi & Guru Nanak

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GURDWARA SHRI BER SAHIB

During Guru Nanak's stay in Sultanpur he used to go to the Bein early morning and after taking his bath he would sit in meditation for a long time and with the daybreak he would be at his seat in the state storehouse at the post of duty.

A berry tree stands even now at the spot on the bank of the bein where the guru used to sit for absorption in god and a grand building has been erected as a monument at the place and named after the berry tree as Gurdwara Shri Ber Sahib.

It was at this place that the Guru vanished after leaving the cloths in the supervision of an attendant and amazement of the attendant and unnoticed by the people of Sultanpur. The Janam Sakhi describe the event as under:-

 

"As he entered (the river) for a bath, the angels of the Supreme Lord (Parmeshwar) conducted him to the Divine Portal. the angles made submission : 'Nanak is in attendence'. Then he had the vision of the Eternal Portal . The Lord's grace fell on him . The attendant on the bank of the stream, was all this while looking after the Guru's clothes, and waited & waited must have been drowned in the stream. So he informed the Khan of this happening : Khan all heath [Guru] Nanak entered the stream and has not since come up . Then the Khan rode to the river. Divers were called and nets were thrown into the river. The divers made all effort till they were exhausted but could not trace him. At this the Khan was in deep distress, and rode back , saying ,'Nanak was a very honest officer'.

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