In 1705, Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji and a few Sikhs arrived here after travelling from Chamkaur, Machhiwara and Alamgir.
There was dense forest here in those days where a man named Bhai Narayan Das lived. Bhai Narayan Das wished he could meet Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji.
As Guru Gobind was riding his horse, the horse came to a stop at the site of the Gurdwara.
The horse hit his 'Paur' hoof on the ground creating a noise that Bhai Narayan Das, who was nearby, heard.
Bhai Narayan Das came out of his home and immeadiately put himself at the sewa of Guru Gobind Singh.
In return, Guru Gobind Singh asked Bhai Narayan Das what he wanted.
Bhai Narayan Das said he needed nothing for himself but asked for Guru Gobind Singh to bless this place and the village of Dolon Kalan. Guru Gobind Singh blessed the village and Bhai Narayan Das to be Amar.
The place where Guru Gobind Singh's horse stamped on the ground is marked at the Gurdwara. A Bhora Sahib underneath the Gurdwara marks the original site of the Gurdwara.
From here Guru Gobind Singh travelled to the Rattan village and towards Raikot.
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