Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji came to Village of Handiyaya in the year 1665 A.D. As per the local people, it is said that while passing through Handiyaya his horse stopped all of a sudden just outside the boundary of Village Dhaula. Even Guru Ji tried his best but the horse did not budge. Every body got surprised. The Villagers then asked Guru Ji why was the horse not moving? Guru Ji smiled and said that the horse has stopped because he has smelt tobacco, which was grown over there. As a result of that incident the Gurdwara Sahib was named as Arisar Sahib. Guru ji moved to Sahiyana from there. Here Shahidi Divas of Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji is organized in a big way. Accommodation: There are six rooms with limited facilities in the Gurdwara premises
Gurdwara Arisar Sahib is situated on the outskirts of Village Handiya on the link road between Mansa and Barnala .It is 2 km from Gurdwara Gurusar Kacha Sahib. The Gurdwara Sahib is just on the territory between Village Handiya and Village Dhaula.
Secretary, Gurdwara Arisar Sahib
Village and P.O Handiyaya, Tehsil Barnala,
Pin code: 148107
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