It remained a holy place for various religious groups through the ages.
It has a Sikh Gurdwara (temple) known as Panja Sahib having a sacred
rock with the hand print of their religious leader, Guru Nanak.Twice a
year, Sikh pilgrims visit this Gurdwara from all over the world. Two
other historical buildings of Mughal era (Muqbara Hakeeman and so-called
tomb of Lala Rukh) are located just opposite the Gurdwara.
On the nearby hill, at an altitude of 714 meters, there is a meditation
chamber related to a 15th century Muslim Saint, Baba Wali Qandhari,
popularly known as Baba Hasan Abdal. The saint stayed in Hasan Abdal
from 1406-1416 AD but died and buried in village Baba Wali near Qandhar
(Afghanistan). The devotees and visitors climb over the steps leading to
the hill, for offerings and to have a panoramic view of Hasan Abdal.