SAHOVAL, village 8 km southwest of Sialkot (32"30`N, 74"32`E) in Pakistan, is sacred to Guru Nanak (1469-1539) who once came here travelling from Sialkot and , according to local tradition, stayed under a ber tree (Ziziphus maiiritiana) near a pond for seven days. A gurdwara was later raised here and
SIALKOT (32030`N, 74Â°32`N), an ancient town now in Pakistan, was visited by Guru Nanak more than once during his travels across the country. According to Gian Ratanavali, better known as Janam SakhiBhai Mani Singh, supported by local tradition, as he once arrived here travelling from his native Talvandi, via Saidpur,
SIOKE, or Sihoke, village in Daska subdivision of Sialkot district in Pakistan, had a Sikh shrine, Gurdwara Chhota Nankana, conimeniorating Guru Nanak`s visit. At the time of his visit, the village was known as Bharoval and, according to local tradition, he put up here with a devotee named Bhai Rupa.