This Gurdwara is situated in Village Kanghrali which is on Ludhiana-Chandigarh Highway in Tehsil Samrala.
The Tenth Sikh Guru, Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji blessed this place by his visit. Here a devotee of Guru Ji named Bhai Nanu Singh used to live. He offered some weapons to Guru Ji which were Kaman (a bow), 22 arrows, two swords and some pistols.
It is believed that Guru Gobind Singh Ji visited this place. Bhai Nanu Singh used to live at this place. He offered some weapons which includes `Kaman' twenty two arrows, two swords and some pistols to Guruji with Devotion. On every 8th and 9th Maghar `Sabha' is being held. Nagar Kirtan and Dewan are being organised. Location Gurdwara Attari Sahib is situated in Village Kanghrali on Ludhiana-Chandigarh road. It is near to Village Kotla Address President, Gurdwara Attari Sahib Village and P.O. Kanghrali Tehsil Samrala, Distt. Ludhiana Punjab. Ludhiana Punjab
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