Gurudwara Sheesh Mahal is situated in the middle of Pehowa Town in Kurukshetra Distt.
Guru Nanak Dev ji: In 1507, Guru Nanak Dev ji reached at this place on return journey during his first UDasi and stoped people from ancestor worshiping and preached that after death, the offerings does not reach to the person, their deeds go with them.
"Nanak Agey So Milae, je khate ghale dei"
Guru AmarDas ji: In 1567, Guru AmarDas ji reached this place and guided the people that by visiting pilgrimages they cannot get the internal relief. The Guru is the true peer.
"Tirath nahavan jao tirath naam hai, tirath shabad vichar antar gyan hai"
Guru HarGobind ji: In 1616, Guru HarGobind ji reached this pious place and preached to abolish the caste system and pray for god.
Guru Tegh Bahadur: - In 1675, Guru Tegh Bahadur reached at this place, The Hindu Priests who were scared of Aurangjeb were telling Guru ji about there condition by listening that Guru ji replied not to panic
"Bhai kaahu ko det neh neh Bhai manat aan kaho Nanak sun re mana giani tahi bakhan"
Guru Gobind Singh: After meeting Sayyed Bhikan Shah at Gharham and while going to siana saidan Guru ji stoped here. He preached the congregation not to take donation(offerings gifts) in the name of religion.
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