Darbar Sakhi Saidan Shah Shirazi

Located 33 kilometers south of Chakwal on the Chakwal-Khewra Road, Choa Saidan Shah is a small town placed in an idyllic bowl shaped valley, surrounded by lush green hills.
This attractive town, three kilometers from Ketas, is named after the saint Saidan Shah Shirazi and is nestled at the foot of a valley. Apparently the area was a desert until the holy man arrived, when he struck the ground with his staff and sweet water sprang up (‘Choa’ means ‘spring’). The saint’s shrine is set back from the main bazaar in a courtyard, and the annual urs is held in April The town is surrounded by trees and orchards, and is famous for its roses and perfumes.

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