The Jharokha News Desk
Punjab, the border district of the country, is called the house of gurus. From here Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji to Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji have their feet. Goindwal Sahib is one of the holy cities of Punjab.
The city was established by Shri Guru Amardasji
It is said about Goindavil Sahib located in Tarn Taran district that this city was founded by Sri Guru Amardas ji. On the orders of Shri Guru Angad Dev Ji, Shri Guru Amardas Ji established the holy historic city of Shri Goindwal Sahib as the center of propagation of Sikhism. (The Jharokha News) At this place, Shri Guru Amardas Ji made Sangat a Bauli Sahib to remove the distinction between spiritual and worldly fulfillment, purity of body, mind, height and lowness, caste. This bowl is said to have eighty-four siddhis. Meditation and meditation on the Guru in this way gives spiritual and spiritual peace to the mind.
The site is full of natural shade (The Jharokha News)
This historical place is full of beautiful views of the natural. Apart from being exquisite and delightful, it is also an ideal place from a management perspective. The historical and religious significance of Goindwal in Sikhism can be gauged from the fact that this sacred place is called the axle of Sikkhi.
The collection of speech started at this place
It is believed that the place where Gurudwara Sahib is revered today, including Gaindwal. At the same place, the collection of the sacred form of Shri Guru Granth Sahib Ji started with the books of Baba Mohan Ji. Shri Arjun Dev Ji, the fifth Guru of the Sikhs, was also born at this holy place. (The Jharokha News)
Akbar also bowed before the Guru
Sri Guru Amardas ji was seated on the Guru Gaddi at this place in 1552. It is said that Emperor Akbar also bowed the head in his court for the vision of Guru Amardas Ji and for spiritual peace. Celebrating the famous festival of Punjab, Vaishakhi, also started with Goindwal Sahib as a joint fair. (The Jharokha News)