Gurudwara Guru Ka Baag Sahib,is situated in the Village Tanda, Kicha, Distt Udham Singh Nagar. Gurudwara Guru Ka Baag Sahib can be reached from Rudarpur (Distt. Head of Udham Singh Nagar) and Kicha. Guru Nanak Dev Ji came here on the request of Bhai Hara ji, with Guru Sahib's order Bhai Bala ji and Mardana ji stayed undercover for some time. Guru Sahib transformed himself into a child and sat there. Ruhela Pathaan caught Guru Sahib (Child); even after the objection of his wife he sold Guru Sahib(Child) to another merchant at the cost of 2 horses. When merchant who bought Guru Sahib (Child) asked Guru Sahib (Child) to take care of Baag (Garden) and make sure that no birds (parrots) should enter the Baag (garden). On this Guru Sahib (Child) told the merchant that all the vegetation will go dry in the Baag (Garden) till the time I will be there. But Merchant ignored this and when Guru Sahib steped inside the Baag (Garden) the fresh & green vegetation turned to dry.(Today Gurudwara Guru Ka Baag Sahib is situated at this sacred place). Finaly when Guru Sahib (Child) steped out of the Baag (Garden) the dry vegetation again turned to green as before. When that merchant saw this he felt the presence of Guru Sahib in the form of Child and he touched Guru Sahib's feet (Child). Guru Sahib (Child) told him not to do the human trade in future.
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