Chajju Da Chaubara - Jo Sukh Chajju De Chaubarey O Balakh Na Bukharey

Qasim Khan Lahore

Chaubara of Chajju Bhagat - Chajju da Chaubara - Lahore

جو سکھ چھجو دے چوبارے - او بلخ نہ بخارے

ਜੋ ਸੁਖ ਛੱਜੂ ਦੇ ਚੋਬਾਰਾਯ - ਓ ਬਲਖ ਨਾ ਬੁਖਾਰੀ 

जो सुख छाजो दे चोबरय - ओ बलख न बुखारी 

It was situated on Anarkali Road . During the regime of Bhangi Sardar's , a temple and inn was constructed in the Chajju' dwelling which later came to be known as Chajju da Chaubar

According to Syed Muhammad Latif, this was situated close to the Mayo Hospital, south of Ratan Chand's Serae. Chajju was a godly man in the time of Shah Jahan. He was a resident of Lahore, and by caste a Bhatia. He was a sarraf, or dealer in money, but was fond of the sociey of the fakirs.

At last, having forsaken the world, he became a Bhagat, or devotee, and devoted the rest of his life to meditation and prayer. His death was mysterious. It is said that, when his last moments approached, he entered his cell and was seen no more.

He died in 1696, The Chaubara, or one storeyed room, was used by Chajju as his place of worship, and where the Mandar now is, there existed his shop for transcting his business. During the ascendancy of the three rulers of Lahore, Bawa Pritam Das acted in the office of Mahant. He build a large Mandar here. Ranjit Singh held the place in great respect, visiting it every Monday, and making large offering of money at shrine. He built spacious chambers and rooms for the accommodation of the Sadhs, and increased its establishment, to maintain which a great of rent-free land was made. Each Monday and Tuesday, crowds of men and women assemble there, and the musicians sing the sacred songs.

The samadh, or tomb, of Chajju is build of marble.