Barad


There was a Parmar king Borad of Ambagarh. He was a devotee of Lord Shiva. He asked many Hindu Monks to arrange to let him have a darshans of Lord Shiva, personally, He requested many of them but did not succeed. At last he came in contact with the Acharya Shri Jindutt Suri. He again prayed the Acharya for the Darshans of Lord Shiva. The Acharya replied, “I can arrange for you to have darshans of Lord Shiva only, then I can fulfill your desire.” The king agreed to it. Acharya carried the king to the temple of Lord Shiva, and told him to look deeply into the Pind of Lord Shiva.” At this Lord shia appeared and  said, “Acharya is a holy person, you must obey him.” and disappeared. King converted into Oswal, and gotra was named Board. Barad Burad or Board are same. Kuldevi of this gotra is Shri Arbudadevi of Mount Abu.

 

Barad Lala Jaganathji Amritsar

            He was member of Punab Jain Sabha and Jain Sabha of Amritsar.

 

Barad Lala Ratanchand Amritsar

            He was th eldest son of Lala Jagannathji. He was born in V. 1845. He was Vive President of Punbaj Jain Sabha. He was Executive member of Ajmer Sadhu Sammalen. He was President of Amritsar Lees Fita Association.

 

Barad Lala Harijasrai Amritsar

            He was born in V. 1954. He was secretary of Ramashram High School, Jain Sabha Amritsar, etc. He was Chairman of Board of Dirctors of Hindi Sahitya Mandal Ltd. Lahore.

 

Barad Lala Nathushah Amirtsar

            He was President of Punjab Jain Sabha, and Amritsar Jain Sabha.

Kul Devi:

Shree Arbuda Devi/Shree Adhar Devi


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