NewZNew (Bathinda) : The Dharmik Darshan Yatra left many devotees eyes moistened and sangat basking in glory of the Guru Sahibans’ relics. The scene was witnessed at Gurudwara Haji Rattan Sahib where the Dharmik Darshan Yatra left for its next destination Gidderbaha.
Brimmed with enthusiasm the sangat sought blessings from the Guru Sahiban. While parents prayed for the bright future of their children, the sisters prayed for well-being of their brothers and many prayed for well-being of all.
It is pertinent to mention here that the sangat have had darshan of Dharmik Darshan Yatraover the past three days. The holy relics include 13 belongings of Guru Sahiban. In the huge crowd the Singh Sahib of Takht ri Kesgarh Sahib Giani Mal Singh performed ardas, honored Panj Piaras with siropas and set off the yatra of relics. Starting from Gurudwara Haji Rattan the yatra moved towards Jarnail Singh Chowk, Multania Road, Bathinda-Malout Road, entered into Balluana village and further moves towards Gidderbaha.
Prominent among others present included CPS Mr Sarup Chand Singla, MLA Mr Darshan Singh Kotfatta, DC Dr Basant Garg, SSP Mr Kuldeep Singh Chahal, executive member SGPC Jathedar Mohan Singh Bangi, manager Gurudwara Haji Rattan Bhai Shumer Singh, SGPC member Bhai Amrik Singh Kotshamir and Sukhdev Singh Bahia, Mayor Balwant Rai Nath, former Mayor Baljit Singh Beerbehman and people from various walks of life.
The relics include 46 inches long sword, 22 inches long whip, Siri Sahib, one sword, Chola Sahib, manuscript, hair, comb and turban, 20 inches long iron arrow, three-and-a-half inch long Siri Sahib, 30 inches long wooden spear and five arrows. Sangat were given langar of mango juice, jiggery, laddoos, pakoras, fruits, mineral water and beverages.