When Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji started his journey towards Delhi, Guru Ji travelled here via Kiratpur Sahib, Bharatgarh Sahib, Ropar, Makar, Kabulpur, Bahadurgarh, Samana, Cheeka, Kaithal and Jind.
Guru Tegh Bahadur stayed here for some 13 days and further left for Rohtak.
A single roomed Gurdwara marked the site until after 1947 when immigrants from Pakistan to Delhi and Rohtak thought of enlarging the structure.
The present Nishan Sahib was raised in 1958, and the foundation of the new five storey building was laid on 24th April 1967.
The Gurdwara now stands in a compound entered through a double storey gateway. The assembly hall, on the ground floor, is mounted over by a domed pavilion on the top storey. An annexe to the east of the hall is Guru ka Langar.
The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee manages the Gurdwara through a local committee at Rohtak.
Sikhs from Rohtak, Delhi and other places assemble in large numbers on every full moon day. The biggest festival of the year is Hola Mahalla, which is celebrated in March.
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