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Sant Ishar Singhji's Gurdwara At Hapur, Up, India

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Waheguruji Ka Khalsa

Waheguruji Ki Fateh!!!!!!

I request sangatji to share any kind of knowledge and experiences that they have regarding the Gurdwara. I have visited sites as bhorasahib.com and searched google. But real experience and knowledge from Sangatji would be greatly appreciated.

Waheguruji Ka Khalsa

Waheguruji Ki Fateh!!!!!

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blatisingh    9

Gurdwara Sant Ashram Bhora Sahib was is located in Hapur UP. It is where Sant Ji maharaj stayed for 25 years for approx 2.5 months each year while spreading Guru nanak's mission in the state of UP. It was built on the request of Maharaji as before it was constructed sant Ji Mahraji used to stay with the family of Bibi Santosh Kaur ji, but due to the family expanding this was no longer possible. So Bibiji's father donated the land and had Bhora sahib constructed. After the passing of Sant ji Maharaj, Chote maharaji used to sta there during their visits to the area. To this day Bhora sahib is preserved in the memory of Sant Ji maharaji under the guidance of Bibi Santosh Kaur ji. There is a magnifcent darbar sahib which was inagurated 3 years ago and bhora sahib is frequented by all the mahapurakhs of the Rara sahib samparada. Hope this info helps, if you have any other questions do not hesitate to ask

Gur fateh

Ruinder

www.bhorasahib.com

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Matheen    76

I was lucky enough to meet Bibi Ji and Baba Nirmal Singh Ji (Rerusahib wale) at Hapur some years ago. It was a truly amazing experience - everything is done with Gurbani's aasra and the effect of continuous Gurbani/Kirtan is really uplifting. They have total and absolute faith in Guru Sahib and the power of ardas to accomplish anything.

I think the main difference for me when compared to many other places was that the Mahapursh actually practised what they preached e.g getting up at amritvela, Nitnem etc. They also seemed to be totally drenched in pyaar for Maharaj Ji. Their main concern is to carry out the duty that Sant Isher Singh Ji left them. Also, the Sewadars are only allowed to stay if they do a certain amount of Paath everyday. I was also amazed by Baba Nirmal Singh Ji's nimrita - they never let anyone touch their feet and spend all day doing physical sewa while trying their best to stay gupt.

I think Sant Isher Singh Ji would be proud of how the place has been looked after.

Matheen.

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blatisingh    9
I was lucky enough to meet Bibi Ji and Baba Nirmal Singh Ji (Rerusahib wale) at Hapur some years ago. It was a truly amazing experience - everything is done with Gurbani's aasra and the effect of continuous Gurbani/Kirtan is really uplifting. They have total and absolute faith in Guru Sahib and the power of ardas to accomplish anything.

I think the main difference for me when compared to many other places was that the Mahapursh actually practised what they preached e.g getting up at amritvela, Nitnem etc. They also seemed to be totally drenched in pyaar for Maharaj Ji. Their main concern is to carry out the duty that Sant Isher Singh Ji left them. Also, the Sewadars are only allowed to stay if they do a certain amount of Paath everyday. I was also amazed by Baba Nirmal Singh Ji's nimrita - they never let anyone touch their feet and spend all day doing physical sewa while trying their best to stay gupt.

I think Sant Isher Singh Ji would be proud of how the place has been looked after.

Matheen.

i couldnt have put it better if i had written it myself. i have had the privledge to do sewa there many times over the years and the only one thing they do is to attach sangat to Guru Sahib, via the teachings of Sant ji maharaj

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hapur58    0

Bibi Santosh Kaur is my real massi, and i am actually proud of her and my family, who are still bringing forward maharaji's message to the whole world. The way my massi has handled the memory of maharaj ji, i am extremely proud of her.

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hawk13    11

Bibi Santosh Kaur is my real massi, and i am actually proud of her and my family, who are still bringing forward maharaji's message to the whole world. The way my massi has handled the memory of maharaj ji, i am extremely proud of her.

Firstly A Gurughar is dedicated to the Guru Maharaj and secondly Sant ji spread the message of his master Guru Nanak ji and Sri Guru Granth Shaiab ji Maharaj it was not anybody personal message which is for the whole universe.All living beings r mortal Only GUR SHABAD IS SUPREME.

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