This Gurdwara is also known as Gurdwara Patshahi VI and is situated at a distance of 5 Km from Garhshankar Railway Station on Garhshankar-Hoshiarpur Road near Village Akalgarh in Village Moela Wahidpur.
The Sixth Sikh Guru, Shri Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji visited this place while on his way to Kiratpur Sahib. At this place Guru Ji's thirsty horse pressed the ground with his hoof and a spring of water came out which is now located inside the Gurdwara.
Gurdwara Manji Sahib also called Gurdwara Patshahi Chhevin is located in the village of Moela Wahidpur in Hoshiarpur District of Punjab State. This old and Historic village is named after two Muslim brothers, Moela Khan and Wahid Khan.This beautiful historic gurdwara is dedicated to the memory of Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji who visited Moela Wahidpur and the nearby village of Akalgarh.
The Gurdwara is located at the spot where the Guru Sahib’s thirsty horse, stamped the ground, exposing a spring of fresh water. The spring is now located inside the Gurdwara Sahib. The Sikh sangat of the village has constructed a Niwas (housing unit) for Sikh (or other visitors) pilgrims as well as, a new Langar Hall. Work is ongoing on the Gurdwara, as a new garden has been added recently by the village.
A fair is held in the village at the Gurdwara Sahib every year in the month of June that draws sangats from all over the world that come to the Fair to take the Guru’s blessings.
Gurdwara Sri Manji Sahib Moela Wahidpur, also called Gurdwara Patshahi Chevin, is located in the village of Moela Wahidpur in Hoshiarpur district of the State of Punjab.
This old village is named after two muslim brothers, Moela Khan and Wahid Khan.
This beautiful historic gurdwara is dedicated to the memory of Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji who visited Moela Wahidpur and the nearby village of Akalgarh.
The Gurdwara is located at the spot where Guru Sahib's thirsty horse, stamped the ground, exposing a spring of fresh water. The spring is now located inside the Gurdwara Sahib.
Next to the gurdwara, there is a historical place called 'Shaheed Singh Place' (Shaheedan Di Jagah) which was built in the memory of the Sikhs that were wounded and killed when coming from Bajwara Mission. This place has been blessed by Sahibjaade Ajit Singh, the eldest son of Guru Gobind Singh Ji.
The Sikh sangat of the village constructed a sarai, a langar hall and garden.
A fair is held in the village at the Gurdwara Sahib every year in the month of June that draws sangats from all over the world.
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