The Holy Relics of Shri Bawa Lal ji and his divine successors are displayed at one of the altars of Ram Mandir of Shri Dhianpur Dham.
The divine objects related with the life of Shri Bawa Lal ji are preciously preserved from generations and are worshipped by the devotees. Devotees pay their homage by taking the Darshan of the divine Holy Relics.
The museum houses the Godari of Shri Bawa Lal ji, cloth which was used to cover his legs while sitting, Daushala of Shri Harinam Das ji, holy sandals of Shri Bawa lal ji and his divine successors. It also includes the original hand written manuscript ‘Lal Prakash‘, the transcription copies of the conversation held between Dara Shikoh and Shri Bawa Lal ji in Persian Language.
In the museum, the coins of Mughal period are also preserved.
Presently, with the divine grace of Shri Maharaj ji, the copies of historically published manuscripts of the conversation held in the dialogue form between Dara Shikoh and Shri Bawa Lal ji are located and obtained from the museums of London, Germany and different locations of India. The historical literature associated with the divine life of Shri Bawa Lal ji is well preserved in the museum at Shri Dhianpur Dham.
All Holy Relics belonging to the life of Shri Bawa Lal ji are extremely revered and are regarded as one of our most valuable heritage.