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Shakti Peeth Shakumbari, Saharanpur
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The Shakti Peeth of Shakumbari is situated 40 km north of Saharanpur and is dedicated to the Shakumbari Devi. The history of this temple is not very clear as its architecture and images do not give any evidence regarding the period to which this temple belongs. According to... Read More »
  • Type: Religious Place
Shakti Peeth, Deoband, Saharanpur
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The Shakti Peeth of Deoband is situated on the Saharanpur-Muzaffarnagar Highway, in the town of Deoband. The area of Deoband is closely associated with Goddess Durga, as it is said that Goddess Durga used to reside in the forests that existed here in earlier times. Due to this... Read More »
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Nau Gaza Peer, Saharanpur
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The town of Saharanpur has several ‘peers’ out of which, Nau Gaza Peer is unique. This mazaar is 26 ft long, but the feature that makes it different is that, every time it is measured, it measures a different size. There are two mazaars of Nau Gaza, existing in the... Read More »
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Ghuggha Veer ( Ghugghal), Saharanpur
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The Ghuggha Veer, also known as Ghugghal or Jahar Deewan Guggha Peer, is another significant religious sightseeing attraction of Saharanpur. This Peer is situated along the Gangoh Road, at 5 km south-west of Saharanpur. According to legend, the King of Patan, Raja Kunwar... Read More »
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Shri Baba Lal Das, Saharanpur
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Shri Baba Lal Das is another religious sightseeing destination of Saharanpur, which has been built in honour of Baba Shri Lal Das. Baba Shri Lal Das performed his ‘tapasya’ here, in ancient times, as a result of which, the Mughal ruler Dara Shikoh, had to bow in... Read More »