Gurudwara Qila Sahib Chevin Patshahi is situated in the Village Bhidora, in Udham Singh Nagar Distt. When Sidhs harrased Baba Almast ji, He came here and prayed to Guru HarGobind Sahib Ji for help. Baba ji Started meditating here and waiting for Guru Sahib. On other side Guru Sahib started his journey from Punjab via cheeka Kurkukshetra etc. Finally Guru Sahib reached here and met Baba Almast ji. Baba ji narrated whole story to Guru Sahib. Guru Sahib tied his Horse with dry Qila(Hitching Post) over here which has grown as tree now. Along with that are five qilaa's with which Singhs Along with Guru Sahib tied there horse's, Which are also grown as tree. The tree with which a cloth is wrapped was the qilaa with which Guru Sahib tied his horse. Along with Baba Almast ji, Guru Sahib went to Gurudwara NanakMata Sahib and made the sidhs to run away from there. Also Guru HarGobind Sahib Ji sprinkled some water on pipal tree and made it live again which was burned by Sidhs. Baba Almast ji requested Guru Sahib that if in future such things happen then what will he do. Guru Sahib blessed and said that he (Guru Sahib) will visit once in every 24 hours here (Gurudwara Qila Sahib)and will protect Guru Nanak Dev ji's place. Also Guru Sahib buried some money over there which is still buried under same tree.
Gurdwara Qila Sahib Nanak Matta is situated in Bidaura, in Udham Singh Nagar Dist. It is located about 7 km's by car from Gurdwara Sri Nanak Matta Sahib.
When the yogis started harrassing Baba Almast Ji, Baba Ji came to the location of this Gurdwara and prayed to Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji for help. Baba Almast meditated and waited for Guru Sahib. In Punjab, Guru Hargobind heard Baba Ji's prayers and began his journey towards Nanak Matta.
When Guru Sahib arrived at Bidaura and met Baba Almast Ji, Baba Ji narrated the whole story to Guru Sahib. Guru Sahib tied his horse to a dry qila (post on the ground) which grew into a tree. There are five other qila's which Sikhs of the Guru tied their horses. They too, grew into trees. The tree with a cloth wrapped around is the qila with which Guru Sahib tied his horse. Along with Baba Almast Ji, Guru Hargobind Sahib returned to Gurdwara Sri Nanak Matta Sahib to confront the yogis.
Gurudwara Qila Sahib Chevin Patshahi is situated in Village Bhidoura, Its situated on left side on Sitarganj-NanakMata Road. Six km from Sitarganj.
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