Gurudwara Shri Vivah Asthan Shri Guru Arjan Dev Ji ate Mata Ganga Ji Sahib is situated in Village Mao Sahib Teh Phillour Distt Jalandhar. Guru Arjan Dev ji reached here along with Barat from Shri Goindwal Sahib. Along with Guru Sahib and barati's were Baba Budha JI, Bhai Manj Ji, Bhai Shalo Ji, Mian Mir Ji, Bhai Gurdas Ji, Bhai Sang Ji and other Sadhu's. Guru Sahib got married to Mata Ganga Ji Here. This place was near to Mata Ganga Ji's residence
Gurdwara Sri Vivah Asthan Mata Ganga, is also known as Gurdwara Mao Sahib to the local villagers as it is situated in the Mao Sahib village 9 km's from Phillaur.
Sri Guru Arjan Sahib Ji travelled here from Amritsar via Goindwal Sahib to marry to Mata Ganga who lived here.
Mata Ganga's father was Bhai Kishan Chand and the marriage was solmenised by Baba Budha Ji on 22 Harh 1589 AD.
Guru Arjan had arrived in the nearby village of Bilga the day before the wedding, a few personal items of Guru Arjan can still be seen there.
Along with Guru Sahib, was Baba Budha Ji, Bhai Manj Ji, Bhai Shalo Ji, Mian Mir Ji, Bhai Gurdas Ji, Bhai Sang Ji, Bhai Chajjo and others.
There is a huge historic well here from the time of Guru Arjan. Some say Guru Arjan built the well as a celebration after the marriage.
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