Dukh Bhanjani Ber Tree, Amritsar

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  • This is a Tree of Ber located within the Golden Temple Complex and has some mythological story behind it.  more »
  • We were taking round of the precincts of Harmandir Sahib and came across Dukh Bhanjani Ber Tree, which is supposed to have healing powers. People bathe under the tree to get rid of their pains and suf...  more »
  • It is true; if you take bath under Dukh Bhanjani Ber Tree (Beri) your all body related problems resolved. I have experience. Jal is totally AMRIT  more »
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  • As the name suggests this so called Holy tree has magical powers . It is believed that the bath taken in pond at Ber tree has spiritual powers to cure the ailments pains & sufferings. My Grand Mother told me the Story in my Childhood about this "Duni Chand was a rich land lord.One day Duni Chand asked his 5 daughters,"Tell me who provides you meals" Elder four daughter readily said that their father was providing them every thing. Rajni, the younger daughter replied, "that all the gifts are ultimately from God. Their father was only an instrument of his greatness" Her father became very angry and married her to a leper (Person with Multiple Disabality). which She accepted as her fate. She still had full faith on her God and kept repeating God’s name. She had to beg for living and used to take her husband with her.One day Bibi Rajni reached the site of a pool on her way to a neighboring village. She left the cart containing her husband by the side of the pond, under the shabby ber tree and gone off to look for food. then her husband saw black crows dipped in the pond and become white. He reached near the pond and dipped into the water. when he came up found completely cured, he didn’t dip one finger as proof of his identity. When Bibi Rajni came back to the pool, she couldn’t find her husband nowhere and thinking that she lost her husband. Then her cured husband came to her and explained her the whole story and also showed his diseased finger. The pond was none else than Dukh Bhanjani Beri. As the name suggests this so called Holy tree has magical powers . It is believed that the bath taken in pond at Ber tree has spiritual powers to cure the ailments pains & sufferings. My Grand Mother told me the Story in my Childhood about this "Duni Chand was a rich land lord.One day Duni Chand asked his 5 daughters,"Tell me who provides you meals" Elder four daughter readily said that their father was providing them every thing. Rajni, the younger daughter replied, "that all the gifts are ultimately from God. Their father was only an instrument of his greatness" Her father became very angry and married her to a leper (Person with Multiple Disabality). which She accepted as her fate. She still had full faith on her God and kept repeating God’s name. She had to beg for living and used to take her husband with her.One day Bibi Rajni reached the site of a pool on her way to a neighboring village. She left the cart containing her husband by the side of the pond, under the shabby ber tree and gone off to look for food. then her husband saw black crows dipped in the pond and become white. He reached near the pond and dipped into the water. when he came up found completely cured, he didn’t dip one finger as proof of his identity. When Bibi Rajni came back to the pool, she couldn’t find her husband nowhere and thinking that she lost her husband. Then her cured husband came to her and explained her the whole story and also showed his diseased finger. The pond was none else than Dukh Bhanjani Beri.
  • Inside darbar sahib dukh bhanjani sahib beri situated
  • In parikarma of sarover in Darbar Sahib
  • Dukh Bhanjani Beri is a historic Beri tree in the Sri Harmandir Sahib complex .
  • It is the tree under which the leper from famous historical story from the times of guru Ram Das was sitting got cured of his leprosy & thus it came to be known as Dukh bhanjani Beri as it relieves the pains and afflictions. A Gurudwara has been built near that Bed and thousands of people take bath near that Beri.

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