The Ghuggha Veer, otherwise called Ghugghal or Jahar Deewan Guggha Peer, is another critical religious touring fascination of Saharanpur. This Peer is arranged along the Gangoh Road, at 5 km south-west of Saharanpur. As per legend, the King of Patan, Raja Kunwar Pal Singh, had two little girls, to be specific Vachhal and Kachhal. After the marriage of both the little girls, Vachhal adored Guru Gorakhnath to be honored with a child. When she was going to be honored with a child, Kachhal came there and got favored with two children that really had a place with her sister. Where Ghugghal had venerated, later came to be known as 'Ghuggha veer ki Marhi'. This occurrence is commended here through a huge celebration of Shukla Paksh Dashmi, otherwise called Mela Ghugghal, consistently in the Hindu month of Bhado.