Gurudwara Sri Hariaan Vellan Sahib is situated in the Bajrour Village in Hoshiarpur district. Gurudwara Sahib is that holy place where Sri Guru Har Rai Sahib ji came from Sri Kiratpur Sahib, along with 2200 men army with horses in the year 1651 a.d. Samat 1708 bikrami & blessed this place with his presence. Guru Sahib stayed at this place for 3 days. On getting immense affection from Baba Prajapati ji, Guru Sahib blessed his home with his presence. The place where this Gurudwara Sahib is built was the house of Baba Prajapati ji. On hearing the news that Guru Sahib had come, the followers got together & immense blessings & the tunes of shabads of noori jyoti lightened up the dark world. Guru Sahib used to hold religious diwans two times a day, in the morning & evening & gave the sikh followers preaching about naam baani. Guru Sahib fulfilled the desires of all the sikh followers. Baba pRajapati ji dug roots of some creeping plants & offered it to Guru Sahibï¿½s horse. Guru Sahib looked towards his horse & the horse seemed happy. Guru Sahib asked Baba ji that what had he given the horse to eat as it seemed very happy. Baba ji replied that what a poor person like me can give your horse to eat. He said that there were some creeping plants in my frontyard so i dug their roots & gave the horse to eat. SatGuru Sahib said that you have taken well care of my horse. Guru Sahib said that these creeping plants would always remain green & so the plants are still green till today. The date palm tree, to which Guru Sahibï¿½s horse was tied to, exists next to nishan Sahib. When Guru Sahib came to this place, there was no water nearby. Noticing the water shortage, Guru Sahib hit an arrow on the ground, a few yards away from the Gurudwara Sahib towards east direction, & a spring of water came out. All the followers & horses drank water from there. Guru Sahib gave a boon that whoever takes a bath under this holy spring with faith, all his desires would be fulfilled & his body would re-emerge like a pearl. People from far off places come to moti Sarovar on maseya/sangrand & every sunday to take bath & purify there body & soul. At this holy place, Sri Guru Gobind Singh jiï¿½s elder Sahibzada, Baba Ajit Singh ji came with 200 Singhs while going from Sri Anandpur Sahib to mahilpur Shaheedan ladhewal & chakhundi Sahib bajraur. He came to rescue paras ram brahminï¿½s wife from jaabar khan pathaan. Towards the north direction of Gurudwara Sahib where nishan Sahib exists, Baba Ajit Singh ji came & sat here. A fierce battle took place with jaabar khan & large number of Singhï¿½s got martyred too whose last rites were performed close to Gurudwara Sahib. Jaabar khan was held & taken to Sri Anandpur Sahib where he was produced in shahenshahï¿½s court & then he was burrowed & then killed with arrows. Baba Ajit ji was generous to come to this place.
Gurdwara Sri Harian Vellan Sahib (also pronounced as Hariyan Vailan, Haria Velan) is a magnificent Gurdwara associated with visits from both Sri Guru Har Rai Sahib Ji and Sahibzada Baba Ajit Singh Ji.
The words 'Harian Vellan' can be translated as, Harian (Green) Vellan (Vines) like the ivy plant; plural.
Guru Har Rai arrrived here from Kiratpur with his wife and an army of 2200 horsemen in 1651 AD (1708 Bikrami).
Guru Har Rai stayed here for three days and would hold diwans twice a day, in the morning and evening, for the Sikh Sangat.
Guru Ji would guide the sangat about the benefits of naam gurbani and walking along the righteous path established by Sri Guru Nanak Sahib Ji.
Gurdwara Sri Harian Vellan Sahib is located at the site of Baba Prajapati's house as this was where Guru Har Rai stayed. The whole area is surrounded by mango trees.
Guru Har Rai saw that Baba Prajapati was feeding his horse, who appeared to be well fed, and asked what the horsefeed was.
Baba Prajapati explained that he had dug the roots of creeping plants near his house. Guru Har Rai blessed Baba Prajapati and said that the plants would remain green and healthy here.
The Palm tree, to which Guru Har Rai tied his horse, still exists next to the Nishan Sahib. When Guru Har Rai arrived there was no water nearby. Noticing the water shortage, Guru Har Rai shot an arrow into the ground, and a water spring appeared. This is located a few yards away from the Gurdwara Sahib towards the east. The Sikh Sangat and horses all used the water source from there. Guru Har Rai blessed the place with healing properties for those that bathe there with faith. This Gurdwara is also a center of Sikhi and Gurmat Parchar.
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