This Gurdwara is situated at a distance of 48 Km from Moga railway station, 15 Km South of Nihal Singh Wala and 3 Km from Ajitwal Railway station on Moga-Bathinda Road in Village Dina.
At this place a Carpenter named Bhai Desu used to reside. He wanted to meet Tenth Sikh Guru, Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji. He prepared a bed and placed that bed in a room on the First Floor of his house. He wished that Guru Ji should come and take rest on that bed. Guru Ji reached this Village in 1705 after leaving Anandpur Sahib via Chamkaur Sahib - Machhiwara - Alamgir - Raikot - Lamma Jatpura- Takhtupura. When people of this Village came to know about Guru Ji's visit, they alongwith grandsons of Rai Jodh came to pay homage to Guru Ji. Grandsons of Rai Jodh, Lakhmir and Samir requested Guru Ji to stay at their house. But Guru Ji said that he wanted to visit and stay at house of Bhai Desu Ji. When Guru Ji came to house of Bhai Desu Ji , he served Guru Ji with respect. Guru Ji took rest on the bed which was kept for him. The devotees from far-off places came to pay homage to Guru Ji. Many devotees took Amrit at this place. Guru Ji blessed this land by saying it 'Guru Ka Malwa' and said the grain productivity of this land would become ten times. Guru Ji wrote a Zafarnama to Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb and sent Bhai Daya Singh and Bhai Dharam Singh to Aurangabad to give Zafarnama to Aurangzeb. The Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb died on reading Zafarnama. Guru Ji stayed at this place for 3 Months and 13 Days and then left for Mukatsar
Gurudwara Sri Lohgarh Sahib is situated in Village dina district Moga. Sri Guru Gobind Singh ji came here via Mehdiana Sahib, takhtupra Sahib and stayed at house of Desu tarkhan (carpenter). Bhai Desu ji made a bed and after it was completed, he liked it so much that he himself didnt slept on that and left it for Sri Guru Gobind Singh ji. When Guru Sahib reached here Bhai lakhmir shamir requested Guru Sahib to accompany him to his house, but Guru Sahib expressed his wish to stay at Bhai Desu's house. When Guru Sahib reached Bhai Desu's house, he welcomed Guru Sahib and served with great Devotion. Sangat started coming for darshan as they came to know about Guru Sahib's stay. While staying here and at Dyal pura Bhai ka Guru Sahib wrote a letter to aurangzeb known as zaffarnama Sahib in sikh history. In day time Guru Sahib used to spend time in dense forest of Dyal pura Bhai ka. And in night Guru Sahib used to stay here at Bhai Desu ji's house. From here only Guru Sahib sent that letter to aurangzeb.
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