Shri Baba Lal Das is located in Dara Kottala in Uttar Pradesh. It is located about 3 kilometers from the city of Saharanpur in Uttar Pradesh.

Shri Baba Lal Das is a religious destination located near Saharanpur. It was built in the honor of Baba Shri Lal Das, who performed his ‘tapasya’ here under the rule of Mughal ruler Dara Shikoh. The Baba was born in the town of Kaloor and is said to have his own guru, Shri Chetan Swami. After receiving education from Shri Chetan Swami, Baba Shri Lal Das came to Saharanpur to perform his meditation. The place that he meditated was situated along the Chilkana Road and is now known as Lalvadi. Baba Shri Lal Das is considered as a holy person who brought the stream of Ganga. He stayed in the city and visited Haridwar every day to pay his tribute to the Holy River. Satisfied by his dedication, Goddess Ganga was impressed and showed up in the city in the form of a stream.

Saharanpur is a major city in the state of Uttar Pradesh in India. It is known for its Wood Cottage industry and its agricultural products. There are many tourist attractions in the city like Gandhi Park, Nawab Haji Khusnud Khan Fort, Grasen Chowk, and Manas Niketan, apart from the various temples and mosques that are there in the city. The peak seasons for the tourists are winter and spring. The temperatures in the summers are high which raise the humidity, while in the monsoons, the precipitation is quite heavy. The winters are the only time when the temperatures are pleasant during the day and cool during the night.

The temple is open during timings 5:00 AM - 7:30 PM. People usually spend a minimum of one hour in the temple and there are food stalls that people can visit.