This Gurdwara is situated at a distance of 16 Km from Giddarbaha Railway Station and 24 Km from Mukatsar City on Mukatsar-Giddarbaha-Bathinda Road in Village Chhatiana.
The Tenth Sikh Guru, Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji visited this place in 1706 after winning the battle of 'Khidrane Dee Dhab', while coming from Village Thehri on his way to Talwandi sabo (in Bathinda District). When Guru Ji reached this Village, he had many salaried soldiers with him who could not be paid for sometime. They wanted to leave Guru Ji and demanded their Wages. Guru Ji asked them to wait for sometime, but they showed anxiety. Only their leader Dan Singh remained calm. Meanwhile a Sikh brought his Daswandh (1/10th part of income) in Gold coins. Guru Ji distributed those coins among soldiers, but Dan Singh refused to take anything. Guru Ji buried remaining coins at this place before leaving. When Guru Ji left, the Villagers tried to get the coins out, but could not find anything. That is why this Gurdwara has been as Guptsar sahib.
Chhattiana is located on the outskirts of Chhattiana village of the Sri Muktsar Sahib district in the State of Punjab.
Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji came to this place after the Battle of Muktsar (Khidrane Di Dhab) in 1705 and stayed outside the village where Gurdwara Sri Guptsar Sahib is located.
As the hired soldiers in the Sikh army had not been paid for some time, and wanted to leave, they demanded their salary. Guru Gobind Singh asked the men to wait. However, the soldiers wanted immeadiate payment.
In the mean time, a Sikh arrived and presented his charitable earnings before Guru Gobind Singh in the form of gold coins. The Sikh provided his Daswandh (1/10 or 10% of one's income) as all true Sikhs are obliged to give.
Guru Gobind Singh distributed the gold coins to the soldiers as payment. The soldiers were very happy to receive their wages but one of them, Bhai Dan Singh of Brar clan, refused to take anything. When Guru Gobind Singh asked him what he wanted, he asked to be given Amrit and be made a Sikh.
Guru Gobind Singh was pleased and said, "You have saved the honour of the faith for Malwa as Bhai Mahan Singh saved it for Majha". Bhai Dan received Amrit so that he could join the Khalsa. Guru Gobind Singh buried the remaining gold coins. When Guru Ji left, the greedy villagers tried to find them but couldn't do so.
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