Gurudwara Paur Sahib, Bilaspur, Himachal Pradesh
Gurudwara Paur Sahib is located at the village Basantpur of Billaspur District, Himachal Pradesh.
(Last Updated on : 10-10-2017)
Gurudwara Paur Sahib is situated near Guru Ka Lahore
and is related to Guru Gobind Singh
. It is located at the village Basantpur of Bilaspur District
, Himachal Pradesh. There is a small domed room with a verandah in front of Gurudwara Paur Sahib, also there is a spring which name is said to be based on a legend similar to the one related to Gurdwara Triveni Sahib. It is situated at the border of Himachal Pradesh
, only 12 kilometres away from Shri Anandpur Sahib
Legends of Gurudwara Paur Sahib
According to legends, it is said that a spring was formed by stomping of the 'paur' (hoof) of the horse of the Guru Gobind Singh; hence the name of the Gurudwara is named Gurudwara Paur Sahib.
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