Dukh Bhanjani Ber Tree, Amritsar

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  • This is Tree from the time this Temple was Built. Its good to have holy dip near this Ber tree! Many people are cured of their diseases after the dip in Dhuk Bhanjani ber site! There are separate area...  more »
  • This Ber tree is within the Golden temple compound near the Sarovar. It is said that Baba Buddha Sahib camped under this tree to dig the Sarovar (Small Lake). Picture of the plank will clarify signifi...  more »
  • This is a very beautiful spot around the sacred sarovar.....Feels v peaceful sitting in its vicinity.....  more »
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  • 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.
  • This is the not same old Berri instead it is grown recently
  • One of the best divine place in golden temple .Very popular among tourist . it is one of the heritage site to visit in golden temple !
  • Ramdas Sarovar naate, sabb utre paap kamate.
  • Duni Chand Khatri was a rich land lord of Patti town (31°16'52.52"N 74°51'26.63"E). He had five daughters. All were beautiful and talented. One day Duni Chand asked his daughters,"Tell me who provides you meals" Elder four daughter readily said that their father was providing them every thing. He is their benefactor. But the younger daughter named, Rajni replied, "It is God that sustains all living beings" Hearing this reply Duni Chand was so enraged that he married Rajni to a leper. But Rajni did not care about it. She accepted the leper as her husband and served him with great love.In those days Guru Ram Das Ji was constructing a new city at Amritsar. Rajni took the leper with him and reached Amritsar. She met the devotees of the Guru When devotees saw that her husband was leper they took pity on her and provided him a room to live. She also joined the other devotees and was deputed to cook meals in the common kitchen. She was well contented with her fate. She was always contemplating the name of God. When she was going to join his duty, she used to take her husband with her. Making a suitable arrangement for his sitting under a shady tree, she used to go to the kitchen. One day she left him to sit under a Ber tree. When her husband the leper was sitting on the bank of the pond, he saw a pair of crows dipped down in the pool and flew away with their colour changing from black to white. Seeingthis he concluded that pool did not contain an ordinary water, so he made up his mind to bathe in the tank. He reached near the pond and dipped into the water. Dukh Bhanjani Beri in 1884 When he came out he was astonished to see himself hale and healthy, He was no longer a leper. He walked as a youngman and again sat under the shade of the Ber tree. When Rajni returned from langar she was unable to recognize him. When the youngman convinced him her telling her the whole story; Rajni felt very happy. They met Guru Ram Dass Ji and told him the whole story The Guru was pleased to hear it. He told Baba Budha Ji that pond was the same haly place about which Gum Amar Dass Ji had foretold. When the people of the area heard about the appearance of Netar pond they rushed to see and have a bath in it The tree under which the leper was sitting came to be known as Dukh bhanjani Beri as it relieves the pains and afflictions A Gurdwara has been built near that Bed and thousands of people take bath near that Beri

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