Gurudwara Sri Charan Kamal Sahib, Kiratpur Sahib
Gurudwara Sri Charan Kamal Sahib is situated in the Kiratpur Sahib city in district Ropar. Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji visited this place and met here with peer Budhan shah ji. Peer ji offered Guru Sahib milk to drink but Guru Sahib asked him to preserve it and he will have it later on. Later Sri Guru HarGobind Sahib ji came to this place and established a city. Then Sri Guru HarGobind Sahib ji met peer Budhan shah ji and asked for milk he (Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji) had asked to preserve.
Gurdwara Charan Kamal is a Gurdwara in Kiratpur Sahib which is situated on a mound overlooking the canal from Nangal barrage. It commemorates Guru Nanak Devï¿½s meeting with a Muslim saint, Pir Buddan Shah, during his fourth round of world tours called Udasis.
Pir Buddan Shah was a great noble Muslim saint who was a resident of the area of Kiratpur before the township was established. The Janamsakhis mention that on a black hill on Kehloor Mountain, there lived Pir Buddhan Shah, who had some goats. One day Guru Nanak visited him and discussed spiritual matters with the Pir.
The Pir offered the Guru some milk. The Guru drank some and left the rest saying that the remaining milk would be drank by a Sikh named Gurditta. The Gurdwara honours the visit of Guru Nanak in the 16th century to this locality.