This Gurdwara is situated at a distance of 13 Km West of Dhuri and 15 Km East of Barnala City on Dhuri-Barnala Road in Village Mulowal.
The Ninth Sikh Guru, Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji visited this place during his journey of Malwa region, while coming from Village Rajo Majra. When Guru Ji reached near a well in this Village, he asked for water. The Villagers said that the water of this well is brackish and offered to bring water from some other place. Guru Ji said that the water is sweet. When it was used it was really found to be sweet. That well still exists here. Guru Ji asked the Villagers to dig nine more wells. All the Villagers sought Guru Ji's blessings, but the Chaudhry of the Village named Gonda did not pay homage to Guru Ji. Chaudhry Gonda was a follower of 'Sakhi Sarvar Pir' , but when his wife asked him to pay homage to Guru Ji , he came back to Guru Ji and asked for forgiveness. Guru Ji blessed him.
Guru Ji stayed for 4 days at this place and laid the foundation of the Gurdwara by laying 4 bricks. Guru Ji blessed this place by saying whosoever will look after this place, he will get prosperity. A brick has been preserved here.
Guru Ji used to take bath in a Pond which existed on the way to Village Sekha. Guru Ji blessed the Pond by saying whosoever will have bath in this Pond on the Amavas day, all his ills would end.
A Hukamnama (Religious Order) believed to be written by Tenth Sikh Guru, Shri Guru Gonind Singh Ji has been preserved here
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