Gurudwara Sri Sachkhand Hazur Sahib, Nanded
"Whosoever wishes to find (Behold) God, let him search Him in Sri Guru Granth SahibWhere ever five Sikhs are assembled together, there will I be present"."Agya Bhaiee Akal Ki," the Last sermon of Guru Gobind Singh Guru Gobind Singh did not appoint any human successor in line of human Guruship as per tradition. The Guru declared Granth Sahib to be the ultimate preceptor and the Guru-Eternal for the Sikhs. He conferred Guruship on Granth Sahib at Abchal Nagar Nanded by circumambulating five times and bowing his head before it. He declared that after him, the living Guru would be embodied in the Sabad (Word) as contained in Sri Guru Granth Sahib by uttering the sermon:
Agya Bhai Akal ki tabhi chalayo Panth, Sab Sikhan ko hukam hai Guru manyo Granth. Guru Granth ko Manyo pargat Guran ki deh Jo Prabhu ko milna chahe khoj sabad men leh (Tawarikh Guru Khalsa by Giani Gian Singh Part-1, p-1142) (See Rehat Nama Bhai Prahlad Singh, Guru's contemporary)
Raj karega Khalsa aaki rahe na koe, Khawar hoe sabh milainge bacheh sharan jo hoe. (Tankhah Nama Bhai Nand Lal, Court Poet)Hukam (Divine order by random reading) from Sri Guru Granth Sahib was taken at that time which reads, "Abchal Nagar Gobind Guru ka , nam japat sukh paiya Ram" (783). So this place was named Abchal Nagar (Unshakable place) at that time. Maharaja Ranjit Singh decorated the Gurdwara with marble and gold plating during his regime. It was from here that Banda Bahadur was sent to Punjab to fight for righteous cause. It is a repository of Weapons of Guru Gobind Singh which are exhibited for Darshan of the visitors. "Aagya Bhai Akaal Ki tabhi Chalayo Panth|| Sabh Sikhan ko Hukam hai Guru Manyo Granth||" Finally Guru Sahib left for his heavenly abode (Parlok Gaman) along with his horse Dilbag on October 7, 1708 here.