INDRA Millions of Indras serve the Lord. (Bhairo Kabir, p. 1163) Indra was ordered and it rained heavily. (Var Malar M. l, M. 3, p. 1281) One has to die ultimately in Indra Purt. (Gauri M. 5, p. 237) Indra received the punishment of one thousand marks of disgrace
KHEM KARAN (31Â°8`N, 74Â°3`E), a small border town in Ainritsar district of the Punjab, has two historical shrines dedicated one each to Guru Amar Das and Guru Tegh Bahadur. GURDWARA THAMM SAHIB, near the Kasur Gate, marks the site of a manjior preaching centre established by Guru Amar Das (1479-1574)
NAGRAULI (LANGROLI in Bhai Kahn Singh, Gurushabad Ratndkar Mahan Kosh), a village 20 km from Una along the Una Parijavar road in Himachal Pradesh, is sacred to Guru Gobind Singh, who came here following the chase from Saluri in 1691. A shrine called Gurdwara Damdama Patshahi Dasvin on a small
SULTANVIND, village 4 km southeast of Amritsar (31038`N, 74053`E), has two historical shrines dedicated one each to Guru Arjan (1563-1606) and Guru Hargobind (1595-1644). GURDWARA TUT SAHIB marks the spot to which Guru Arjan often repaired for rest under a mulberry (tut, in Punjabi) tree which no longer exists.
AHALYA On seeing Ahalya, the wife of sage Gautama, Indra, the king of gods was fascinated. He repented in his mind, when he got a thousand marks of vulva on his body.(Prabhati M. l, pp 1343-44) The god Indra wailed and wept, when he received a thousand marks of
DESAN, MAI, a childless woman from a Sandhu Jatt family of Patti in Amritsar district, once approached Guru Hargobind praying for the boon of a child. The Guru advised her to remain content with what God had willed for her, but, as she persisted in her request, he made
GAUTAMA Indra seeing Ahalya, the wife of ascetic Gautama was allured. But (with the curse of Gautama) he had a thousand disgraceful marks on his body; then he repented in his mind. (Prabhati M. l, pp. 1343-44) Because of the punishment of a thousand disgraceful marks, Indra wept..... (Var
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