The Holy Sai River
Most of the districts of Uttar Pradesh are situated on the bank of river Sai. Sai is on of the most sacred rivers of Hinduism.It got reference in Puranas and in Ramcharitmanas of Goswami Tulsidas. Purans calls it as Adi Ganga means the Older Ganaga. Along with its religious importance its also a lifeline to the millions of Indians who live on its bank and depends on it for their daily utilities.
The Sai river, which is a tributary of Gomti, originates in Hardoi district. It separates the district of Lucknow with Unnao. Flowing towards south it enters in the District of Pratapgarh through the west, than it turns east, and touches The Ghuisarnath Dham on its south. Flowing through Ghuisarnath Dham after few kilometers it touches another religious place The Chandika Dham: a place devoted to devi Chandi. The total length of the river in the Pratapgarh District is about 80 kms. Devotees takes bath in Sai river and worship Baba Ghuisarnath with its holiest water.