This Gurdwara is situated at a distance of 6 Km Southeast of town Sultanpur Lodhi on Sultanpur Lodhi-Phatu Dhinga Road in Village Dalla.
This Gurdwara is in the memory of Bhai Lalu Ji whose samadh also exists here. Bhai Lalu Ji was a devotee of Second Sikh Guru, Shri Guru Angad Dev Ji and Third Sikh Guru, Shri Guru Amar Das Ji . Bhai Ji used to go to Shri Goindwal Sahib from Dalla everyday to perform Karsewa (Free Construction Work), taking 72 other Sikhs along with him.
Bhai Lalu, also known as Bhai Lalo (not the same as the other Bhai Lalo), was a well to do Sabharval Khatri of the village of Dalla, now in Kapurthala district of the Punjab, who received spiritual instruction at the hands of Guru Angad Sahib Ji and Guru Amar Das Ji.
Bhai Lalu was a close associate of Bhai Paro in whose company he once visited Goindwal in the time of Guru Amar Das.
Joy radiated from his face as he saw the Guru. The Guru blessed him saying, in the words of Sarup Das Bhalla, Mahima Prakash, "Lalu, my beloved Sikh, hath become lal (lit. crimson) ie. a ruby)" Lalu was appointed head of a Manji, or preaching district. Tradition attributes supernatural powers to him, especially as a healer.
This Gurdwara is in the memory of Bhai Lalu Ji whose samadh also exists here. Bhai Ji used to go to Goindwal Sahib from Dalla to perform Karsewa (free charity work), taking 72 other Sikhs with him.
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