BARNA, village in Kurukshetra district of Haryana, about 20 km southwest of Kurukshetra (29Â° 58`N, 76Â° 50`E), is sacred to Guru Tegh Bahadur who once stopped here while journeying from Kaithal to Kurukshetra. Local tradition recalls the story of a peasant who waited upon him and to survey whose
KURU-KSHETRA, KURU-CHHETRA (KULKHET, KULCHHET) If he goes to Kulkhet (Kurukshetra) at the time of the eclipse, and offers his bedecked wife, if he listens to all the Smritis with his ears, all these are of no avail if he indulges in calumny. (Gond Ravidas, p. 875) At first he
MUNIARPUR, a small village in Kurukshetra district of Haryana, 13 km east of Thanesar (29Â°58`N, 76Â°50`E) is sacred to the memory of Guru Tegh Bahadur who stayed here for a night while on his way from Kurukshetra to Duddhi and Bani Badarpur. A low platform was erected on the
THANESAR (Kurukshetra) (29058`N, 76050`E) is an ancient pilgrim centre of the Hindus. Devotees from all over India have since time immemorial been forgathering here for a dip in the holy lakes, especially on the occasion of solar eclipse. Several of the Sikh Gurus also visited the place to preach
BANI BADARPUR is the name popularly given to what are in fact two separate villages Bani and Badarpur, 6 km from Ladva (29Â°59`N, 77Â°3`E)in Kurukshetra district of Haryana. Guru Tegh Bahadur visited this place twice. On his first visit, he came from Kurukshetra, via Muniarpur and Dudhi. He gave
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