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The hill of Jhelum where for centuries someone comes to ask for power, then someone comes to ask for a lover

The hill of Jhelum where for centuries someone comes to ask for power, then someone comes to ask for a lover

Ranjha of Takht Hazare is climbing the mountain with broken steps and a broken heart. The strings of his flute are dissolving in the air. It is the grief of breaking away from the diamond in which he leaves the world and reaches Guru Bal Nath to do yoga. Guru Bal Nath wraps this sad lover in the shadow of his love and pierces his ear, puts an earring in it and adds him to his tribe and thus Ranjha becomes a ‘Kun Phatta’ Jogi.

This story of Heer Ranjha still keeps the people of Punjab restless. Although centuries have passed since this story, the mountain where Ranjha took jog was of Tilla Jogis and where a stone throne still exists today as a memorial to Ranjha’s jog.

At a distance of about 20 km from Jhelum, at an altitude of 3200 feet above sea level, the ‘Tilla Jogis’ or Jogis’ mounds breathe for centuries.

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