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Majnu Ka Teela - Kya sachmuch wahan majnu miltay hain ?

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Asked by Lipsika, 17 Nov '12 05:46 pm
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Gurdwara Majnu Ka Tila is situated opposite Timarpur Colony beyond Khyber Pass in Delhi. The Gurdwara is dedicated to Guru Nanak who sanctified this place in the 15th century. Delhi Gurdwara Majnu Ka Tilla has quite an interesting story behind its foundation. It is believed that a fakir (Muslim hermit) used to live on the banks of river Yamuna during the rule of Sultan Sikander Lodi. Carrying people across the river in his boat for free, prayer and meditation were the sole aims in his life. He craved for a Darshan of God so much that the local people started calling him "Majnu", after the Persian lover. One fine day, he had the chance of meeting Guru Nanak, who blessed him and helped him achieve enlightenment.

Thereafter, he became a staunch devotee of Guru Nanak. It was his hermitage on the banks of the river Yamuna that later came to be known as Majnu-Ka-Tila. The site of Majnu Ka Teela Gurudwara, in New Delhi, has seen many spiritual discourses between yogis, sufis, fakirs and G ...more
Answered by divya kulkarni, 17 Nov '12 05:48 pm

 
  
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It was a place where a God loving faqir used to stay..he too was known as Majnu as he was not corcerned with anyone....
Answered by Rahee, 17 Nov '12 05:50 pm

 
  
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Nahi, kai sare majnu apne laila se milne aate hai yeha pe.
Answered by ajay, 17 Nov '12 05:49 pm

 
  
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No idea
Answered by anil garg, 19 Nov '12 06:43 pm

 
  
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