Gurudwara Shri Manikaran Sahib In Kullu Himachal Pradesh
Gurudwara Shri Manikaran Sahib is a revered temple for both Hindus and Sikhs. The holy shrine has been attracting the massive number of pilgrims across the world. It contains many temples dedicated to Lord Rama, Krishna and Vishnu and a gurudwara. Another major attraction in the Manikaran is natural hot water springs.
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History Of Gurudwara Shri Manikaran Sahib
As per the traditional beliefs of Hindus Lord Shiva and Parvathi stayed nearly 11 years at Manikaran located in Parvati Valley on River Parvati impressed by its pleasing surroundings. Suddenly one day Goddess Parvati lost her mani in the River. She asked Lord Shiva to get her mani back. So Shiva ordered his assistants to find out the mani for Goddess Parvati. But they failed to find the mani. Lord Shiva was extremely angry and opened his third eye. To pacify Lord Siva Shesha-Nag hissed as a result giving rise to a flow of boiling water.
According to Sikhs, Guru Nanak Dev Ji came to Manikaran along with his disciples. He asked his disciples to collect food for langar. As per the instructions of Guru Nanak Dev Ji they collected the flour to make Roti. However, there was no fire to cook the food. Then Guru Nanak Ji told this disciple to put the rolled chappatis in the spring. Initially, the roti’s sank but later to their surprise the roti’s float back when the disciple swears to donate one roti in the name of God.