Gurudwara Sahib Patshahi Dasvin – Wander
Vandar, named after the Jatt clan who inhabits it, is a Village 22 km southeast of Kot Kapura (30Â°35`N, 74Â°49`E) in Moga district of the Punjab. It has a historical gurdwara dedicated to Guru Gobind Singh, who made a brief halt here on his way from Dina to Kot Kapura. The shrine, called Gurdwara Sahib Patshahi X, is situated inside a walled compound entered through a gateway. The old shrine, a small domed room, is still preserved, but the Guru Granth Sahib is seated in a separate flatroofed hall where daily services take place. The Gurdwara, endowed with 15 acres of land. is managed by a local committee under the auspices of the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee. A largely attended annual fair is held annually on the occasion of Baisakhi.
Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji came to village Ajitgarh Wander along the route from Chamkaur, Machhiwara, Alamgir, Raikot and Bhagta via Dod.
Guru Ji’s Singhs tied their horses and dug a Jand Kila (wooden peg) which Guru Gobind Singh Ji tied his horse with.
When the villagers heard that Guru Gobind Singh had arrived they came and served Guru Ji with great respect and devotion. The villagers brought fresh green grass for the horses.
Guru Gobind Singh asked about the villagers well-being. The villagers explained that they were part of the family of Jaimal fatta of Rajasthan. They has settled here after fighting with the muslim rulers of Rajasthan.
Guru Gobind Singh said that those who came to Wander to look for a fight would go back defeated and named the village Ajitgarh. The Jand Kila grew into a tree which is still present at the Gurdwara.