Lal Sarovar is a beautiful pond situated in the vicinity of Shri Dhianpur Dham temple. Once, a saint wanted to test the disciples of Shri Bawa Lal ji. He threw one needle in this Sarovar and asked them to look for it. One of the disciples of Shri Bawa Lal ji, in the name of his Guru dived into the Sarovar and after a while came out with plenty of needles and asked that saint to look for his needle. He was so impressed and wanted to have darshan of Shri Bawa Lal Ji, thinking whose disciple can show the exquisite miraculous power then Shri Bawa Lal ji must be having extreme power and energy. The devotees visiting Shri Dhianpur Dham come here and experience the divinity of Lal Sarovar and also feed the fishes of the Sarovar which is considered to be a good omen.
Sacred Boali in Dhianpur is closed from all the sides with huge walls with one entrance gate. Here Shri Bawa Lal Ji had huge congregational meeting with saints and sages like Mian Mir, Hazrat Shah Balawal, Mullah Shah Badakhshani, Sarmad, Sai Dass, Sidh Narayan ji inivited from all parts of India. Today also on one of the walls, beautiful painting of congregational meeting is depicted. Large number of devotees have benefited by taking a dip in the boali. Boali has fullfilled the desires of many and alleviated the suffering by bringing new light in their life. Women not having a child for many years, taking a bath in the boali on‘ Chanana Shanivar‘ (i.e. Saturday of the bright fortnight coming twice in each month ) has helped fulfilling their dreams. Their life is filled with the love of little ones.
Jagdish Dass Ji ki ‘Smadhi‘
It is a ‘Kachi Samadhi’ (i.e. not cemented) of Shri Jagdish Das ji, situated near Lal Sarovar. Once, Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb had sent him to humiliate Shri Bawa Lal Ji. On having the darshan of Shri Bawa Lal ji he was profoundly influenced and became his disciple.
He used to go to take charity/alms from the nearby village, where he was fed milk by a poor old woman. One day when Shri Jagdish das ji reached his home for receiving the alms, he noticed that she was crying .He asked the poor woman “Why was she crying ?”, she told that, “Her cow has not given milk because her calf has died”. Shri Jagdish Das ji with his divine powers gave life to the dead calf and told the old woman not to reveal about this incident to anyone. Once in the same village, the rich man’s only son died. This woman was unable to hide the miracle and advised them to visit Shri Dhianpur Dham. They all arrived at Dhianpur and requested Shri Bawa Lal ji to give life to their dead son. Shri Bawa lal ji refused and told that, “It is against the rules of the nature and he cannot interfere in the supreme’s will”. Then that man told about his disciple Shri Jagdish Das ji who had given life to the poor woman’s calf. After hearing about the incident Shri Bawa Lal Ji ordered Shri Jagdish Das ji to give life to the dead boy. Shri Jagdish Das ji obeying the Guru’s order gave life to the dead boy. Afterwards Shri Bawa Lal ji hugged him and took away all his powers. Shri Jagdish Das ji surrendered his life to Lord Shri Bawa lal ji and left his mortal body. The Samadhi of Shri Jagdish das ji was constructed by Shri Bawa Lal ji near the Lal sarovar, where he first had the darshan of Shri Bawa lal ji in Dhianpur. The members of the family of the boy who received the divine grace of Lord Shri Bawa lal ji still live in nearby village named ‘Mamman’.
It is situated behind Dhianpur temple. It is a beautiful garden full of flowers and fruit trees. This has special attraction for the visitors.
It is situated along Lal Bagh and has beautiful shrines of samadhi of eighth Mahant Shri Haribhajan Das Ji, Ninth Mahant Shri Raghav Das Ji, Eleventh Mahant Shri Harinam Das Ji, twelvth Mahant Shri Sudarshan Das Ji, thirteenth Mahant Shri Dwarka Dass Ji and fourteenth Mahant Shri Narain Das Ji.