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Buria is an ancient town located on the right bank of the Yamuna River. This place is about 4 km east of Jagadhri, Yamunanagar District. Earlier, it formed part of a princely state ruled by a scion of the Bhangi. Guru Tegh Bahadur, the ninth Sikh guru, had halted here during one of his journeys. There is a Gurdwara dedicated to him, founded by Mat Hukam Kaur Dhilvan Vali, a Sikh follower. Built in 1920, this gurdwara draws a large number of devotees. Rang Mahal is the main attraction at Buria. With stone arches and pillars, it is a skilfully crafted palace, built during the reign of Shah Jahan. By road, Panipat is only 8 km from here. The nearest railway station is Panipat Junction Railway Station.

Updated on 7th June, 2005
District: Yamunanagar

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