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Guru Arjan Dev Ji, father of Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib, constructed a well at this place to celebrate the birth of his son. This place came to be known as Chheharta, as the well at this site had six Persian wheels that were used to draw the water out.
Historical place of worship situated away from Amritsar in place called as Chheharta. Very famous among locals and during special occasions and festivals large number of devotees visit this place.
The Gurudwara attracts a lot of local crowd. Its one of the many Gurudwaras that Amritsar has to offer. A sacred place. The Insides are soothing to your eyes and its peaceful.
Well visited the Gurudawra on the 10th April 2016. The crowd was large and will was Robbed of Rupees 20000/- ( Twenty Thousand ),from her hand bag while inside the Gurudawra. I would advise Gents an Ladies not to carry money more than required. I am ready to get a CCTV installed at my expense so that other are not... 更多
Congregations held on the fifth day of the light half of every lunar month attract large gatherings. The largest attended is the fair held on this day in the month of Magh (January-February) which marks the popular Basant Parichami festival.
The well was so wide, and the water supply so abundant, that six Persian wheels installed around the interior of its circumference could operate simultaneously. Hence, its name Chheharta, which means having six (chhe) Persian wheels (hart or harta).
Gurudwara Chheharta Sahib is located near the village Guru Ki Wadali, which is 7 km away from Amritsar. This village is the birthplace of Sri Guru Hargobind Singh, the sixth Guru of Sikh. Guru Arjan Dev Ji, father of Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib, constructed a well at this place to celebrate the birth of his son. This place came to... 更多