This is a religious festival, celebrated all over Haryana. It is connected
with snake-worship and observed in August-September. A number of legends
have clustered around Gugga Pir or Zahir Pir (the saint). He is also referred
to as Baggar wala because of his grave near Dadrewa near Ganga nagar,
a tract over which he is said to have ruled. He was reputed to have the
power of curing people of snake-bite. Monday is his day, the date being
9th. The shrine is distinguished by its square shape with minarets
and domed roof. It is called 'Mari'.