Gurudwara Sri Mata Sundar Kaur ji is situated in the Mohali city. It is situated in the sec 70 behind ivory tower flats. When Mata Sundar Kaur ji got seprated from Sri Guru Gobind Singh ji, at Gurudwara Sri Pariwar Vichoda Sahib, Sirsa river, along with Bhai mani Singh ji & Baba Deep Singh ji Shaheed came here. They took rest over here for few days. Then further Mata ji Bhai mani Singh ji and Baba deep Singh ji headed towards Delhi. Later when Baba Banda Singh ji Bahadur fought battle of chapar chiri, langar for the army was prepared here. .
This Gurdwara is situated in Sector 70 of Mohali City. Mata Sunder Kaur Ji and Mata Sahib Kaur Ji ( wives of Tenth Sikh Guru, Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji ) had got separated from Guru Gobind Singh Ji at River Sarsa in 1705. Both of them reached with Bhai Mani Singh Ji at this place and took rest. Bhai Mani Singh Ji escorted them to Delhi. When Baba Banda Singh Bahadur fought and won the battle of Sirhind and Chaparchiri , the Sikhs had put up camps at this place. A community Kitchen was arranged here and food for the Sikh army was sent from this place. Baba Nahar Singh Ji , a devotee of Guru Gobind Singh Ji stayed at this place and got a well dug up and also planted a Mango tree.
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