NILA GHORA, lit. blue horse, was a dark coloured stallion favourite of Guru Gobind Singh. The Guru`s fondness for him passed into legend and he is remembered to this day as nile ghore vala, the Rider of the Blue Horse.
BAHORA, BHAI, a goldsmith, who once came to Goindval to see Guru Arjan and seek his blessing. He confessed to the Guru that he cheated his customers skimping their gold, and asked what other calling he should turn to. The Guru said, "Do not cheat, do not steal and
LITTAR, village in Ludhiana district, 8 km northeast of Raikot (30Â°39`N, 75Â°37`E), has a historical shrine, Gurdwara ManjT Sahib Chheviri Patshahi. The Gurdwara was established in memory of Guru Hargobind, who is said to have stayed here briefly under a kanr tree during his sojourn in the Malva area in