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Gurdwara Sri Thara Sahib Uch Sharif

Location - (precise location unknown) Uch Sharif, Bahawalpur, Punjab, Pakistan

Associated with - Sri Guru Nanak Sahib Ji

Sikh Artifacts - unknown

Sarovar - None

Sarai - None

Uch Sahrif is a very famous town. It is in Tehsil Ahmedpur Sharqia of district Bahawalpur.

The mazar (tomb) of Pir Jalauddin Bukhari is outside the town about 1 km west of it. This tomb is built on a mound.

There is a well in the fields on the northern side of the city which is known as Sri Guru Nanak Sahib Ji's well or commonly called as Karrare Da Khooh.

It is said that the descendants of the Pirs have five artifacts of Guru Nanak.

1. A pair of Guru Nanak's Kharawan (wooden sandals),
2. Biragan (walking stick which is used to place one's hand while resting),
3. Pathther Ka Guraj (mace),
4. 2 Stone Kangan (bracelet),
5. A boat 1.5 ft x 1 ft.

Guru Nanak had discourses with the local pirs and revealed a Shabad in Sri Raag Astha Padya, Mehla 1, Ang 64.

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