This Gurdwara is situated at a distance of 40 Km Southeast of Moga City and 3 Km South of Nihal Singh Wala in Village Madhey.
The Tenth Sikh Guru, Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji halted at this place for sometime while coming from Village Takhtupura and going to Dina in 1705. One of Guru Ji's fingers had gone septic ( Pak Gai in Punjabi ) which he got bandaged here by a Muslim. Hence the Gurdwara is known as Pakka Sahib.
Guru Gobind Singh Ji halted briefly here during his journey from Takhatupura to Dina in December 1705 A.D. Guru Ji got Bandaged here by a Muslim for a purulent growth (pacca gai in Punjabi) on one of his fingers.Hence the commemorative Shrine established here is called Gurdwara Pucca Sahib. Main celebrations over here are Prakash Divas of Guru Nanak Dev Ji and Guru Gobind Singh Ji. Shahidi Divas of Guru Arjan Dev Ji is also organized every year
Gurdwara Pucca Sahib Patshahi Dasvin is situated in Village Madheh 3 km south of Nihal Singh wala in the Moga District of Punjab. It is 12 km from Himmatpura . The approach road to Gurdwara Sahib is rough for nearly three kilometers, however the kacha road is motorable and one can reach easily.
Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji arrived in Mahdeoke from Takhtpura village after the events of Chamkaur Sahib, Machhiwara, Alamgir and Raikot.
At the time there was a dense forest here. One of Guru Gobind Singh finger's was hurt.
The bandage wrapped around Guru Gobind Singh finger's had become stuck.
There was a muslim dairy farmer nearby who was tending to his herd. Guru Gobind Singh asked if there was a person nearby that could help with first aid.
The muslim said that wasn't anyone nearby that could help but he would try if Guru Sahib did not mind. Guru Gobind Singh said that he viewed people of every religion equally, it was a persons deeds that he looked at.
The muslim blew hot moist air onto the bandage and opened it carefully. Guru Gobind Singh was pleased and commanded the muslim not to smoke tobacco or any other substances.
Guru Gobind Singh said if the muslim followed his advice his family would prosper. At first the muslims family prospered. However, after sometime the family fell back into their old ways and died out.
When the Sikh Sangat of Dina heard that Guru Gobind Singh was here they arrived and took Guru Sahib back to Dina village with them. There is an old Beri tree at Gurdwara Sri Pakka Sahib from the time of Guru Gobind Singh.
Gurdwara Pacca Sahib Patshahi Dasvin,
Village & P.O Madheh Nihal Singh Wala,
Tehsil Nihal Singh Wala
District Moga , Punjab
Pin code: 142055
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