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    Parivar Vichora Guruduara

    Parivar Vichora Guruduara

    Location within Punjab

    General information

    Town or city Majri, Rupnagar

    Coordinates 31°03′36″N 76°35′25″E / 31.0598976°N 76.5903081°E

    Coordinates: 31°03′36″N 76°35′25″E / 31.0598976°N 76.5903081°E

    Parivar Vichora is a Gurdwara situated on the bank of the river Sirsa in India. This is where the 10th Guru of Sikh, Guru Gobind SIngh Ji's, family got separated.

    History[edit]

    This Gurdwara Sahib signifies the tragic happenings that followed the evacuation of Anandpur Sahib by Guru Gobind Singh during the night of 5–6 December 1705 after agreement was reached between the Sikhs and the Mughal authorities. The Mughal army commander had promised to allow the Sikhs to leave the fort unharmed. On the morning of 6 December 1705, the Guru arrived at this place by the river Sirsa and decided to make a brief halt for the morning religious congregation. However, chaos soon ensued on religious grounds, and the Sikhs and Mughals engaged in battle. The Sikhs found that the Sirsa river was flooded and swollen by the monsoon rains.

    Afterwards, Guru Gobind Singh divided his columns into two. While the part of the force was to engage against the enemy, the others were ordered to get across the river. The Guru followed by a small party of Sikhs, rode their horses into the swollen stream with swords in their hands. The Guru along with his four sons and 50 followers and ladies of the home reached the other bank. Many Sikhs died crossing the river. In the chaos two younger sons of the Guru along with their grandmother, got separated.

    Though some Sikhs got safely across the river, Guru Gobind Singh's family got split and were no longer together. There was no time to look for the missing as the army was close by. The Guru with his two elder sons and 40 Sikhs marched towards Chamkaur. Mata Sahib Kaur escorted by few Sikhs reached Delhi, while his aged mother and two younger sons were escorted by a servant Gangu to his village in Morinda. Later, Sant Baba Kartar Singh Ji Bhairomajre Wale divulged this place and initiated the kar-sewa.

    Location of Gurudwara Parivar Vichhora in Rupnagar District

    Location[edit]

    At this holy spot Gurudwara Parivar Vichhora, was built by grateful devotees of the great Guru. It marks the place where the Guru's family was separated from the main body of the Sikhs. The Gurdwara is on a hill top, and commands a panoramic view of the surrounding valley.

    It is situated near the bank of river Sirsa in the village Majri, Rupnagar, Punjab 140114.[1]

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    Gurdwara Parivar Vichora

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    Gurdwara Parivar Vichora

    Gurdwara Parivar Vichora

    Gurdwara Shri Parivar Vichora Sahib is situated in the Ropar District, Punjab, India on the bank of the river Sarsa.

    After vacating Qila Shri Anandgarh Sahib during the night of 5th-6th December 1705, Guru Gobind Singh ji rested for the night and stopped here for morning prayers with his family and the Sikhs of Anandpur Sahib. It was at this spot that the the Mughal army suddenly arrived in hot pursuit. . After invoking the blessings of the Almighty, Guru Gobind Singh Ji divided his forces into two columns. While part of the force was to engage their attackers, the other force was ordered to get across the river. The Guru was followed by a small party of devoted Sikhs who fought off their attackers with their swords flashing in their hands. It was here that Mata Gujri ji with the two youngest Sahibzadas (the sons of the Guru) were separated from the Guru's party. Many Sikhs drown or were martyred while crossing the river. While Guru sahib ji along with his two elder sons headed towards Chamkaur Sahib, Mata Gujri ji and younger sons were guided by Guru sahib's cook Gangu reaching the 'safety' of his ancesteral Village Saheri in Morinda Tehsil. There had been no time to look for the missing, Guru sahib's wife with other Sikhs were escorted to Delhi.

    The agreement which had been reached between the Sikhs and their attackers (the Rajput hill chiefs and their Mughal overlords) promising to allow the Sikhs to leave the fort unmolested, were promptly broken. Though their oaths were taken on the 'holy Quran' and and the sacred books of the Hindus, their promises meant nothing as they had no sooner occupied Anandpur, than they sat out in hot pursuit of the Sikhs.

    As it was here that the Guru's family was separated from each other, the Gurdwara' has been named Gurdwara Shri Parivar Vichora Sahib, meaning the "Gurdwara of the family's separation." Situated on the bank of the river Sirsa in the district of Ropar, the Gurdwara Sahib has been built to honor the tragic happenings that followed the evacuation of Anandpur by Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

    Located on a hill top, one has to climb 100 odd steps to reach this holy spot, which commands a panaromic view of the surrounding valley. This magnificent Gurudwara Parivar Vichhora, has been built by grateful devotees of Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

    Contact details

    Gurdwara Parivar Vichora

    Pind Sarsa Nangal, Ropar, Punjab

    Phone: 01881-277443

    Category: Gurdwaras in Ropar District

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    Gurdwara Parivar Vichora: The spot of battle, betrayal and separation

    As the entire Sikh community remembers the sacrifice of the 'chaar sahibzade', ETV Bharat takes you to Gurudwara Parivar Vichora, where the family of Guru Gobind Singh got separated amidst an ambush by coalition of Mughal army and Rajput hill chieftains.

    Gurdwara Parivar Vichora: The spot of battle, betrayal and separation

    Published on: Dec 26, 2019, 10:05 PM IST

    As the entire Sikh community remembers the sacrifice of the 'chaar sahibzade', ETV Bharat takes you to Gurudwara Parivar Vichora, where the family of Guru Gobind Singh got separated amidst an ambush by coalition of Mughal army and Rajput hill chieftains.

    Punjab: As the Sikh community across the world remember the sacrifice of the 'chaar sahibzade', Parivar Vichora Gurudwara deserves a special mention, as this is where the family of Guru Gobind Singh's family got separated.

    Unfortunately, this holy site situated on the banks of river Sarsa became the site where the family became estranged. In the second part of this 'journey of martyrdom', ETV Bharat recalls the story of separation of the Tenth Guru and his sons, the Sahibzadas.

    After leaving Anandpur Sahib and the Anandgarh Fort, and after having fought tooth and nail with the Mughal forces and the Pahari Rajas, the Tenth Guru’s army reached the banks of Sarsa River.

    The Guru and his family were performing their daily rituals and offering prayers when the joint forces of the Mughal army and Ajmer Chand's league of Rajput hill chieftains or the 'Pahari rajas' attacked the Sikhs, who were immersed in reciting Gurbani.

    Some Sikh soldiers, particularly the contingent of Bhai Uday Singh, and Sahibzada Baba Ajit Singh, marched ahead and confronted the enemy. It was there, that upon the conclusion of the recital of 'Asa di Var,' a collection of 24 stanzas written by the founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak, that Guru Gobind Singh ordered his followers to cross over to the other side of the Sarsa river.

    It is believed that Guru Gobind Singh had intended to march ahead with his family and his followers after crossing the river. But as Sirsa was in spate, and the weather, too, was inclement, the family of the Tenth Guru got separated and dispersed in different directions.

    A large number of Sikhs have lost their lives fighting, while many others swept away by the rushing water of the Sarsa. While Guru Gobind Singh’s two wives, Mata Sahib Kaur and Mata Sundari accompanied Bhai Mani Singh to Delhi, his two sons, Sahibzadas Baba Ajit Singh and Baba Jujhar Singh, after successfully crossing Sarsa, reached a place near Ropar, which is now known as Gurudwara Bhathha Sahib.

    Moreover, Mata Gujari, the mother of Guru Gobind Singh, and his two younger sons Sahibzadas Baba Zorawar Singh and Baba Fateh Singh also got separated.

    Sardar Sohan Singh, the Manager of the Gurudwara Parivaar Vichhoda Sahib, said that the Gurudwara marks the place where the Tenth Guru’s family, once parted, never met again. Parivaar Vichhoda is hence a land of longing as well as mutiny. It holds the memories of a tragic longing and a forceful separation.

    The three-day annual Shaheedi Sabha is being held to commemorate the martyrdom of the 10th Sikh Guru's youngest sons Zorawar Singh and Fateh Singh, who were bricked alive during the regime of Mughal emperor Aurangzeb.

    Read: Anandpur Sahib, where the martyred sons of Guru Gobind grew up

    स्रोत : www.etvbharat.com

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