Gurudwara Sri Tharra Sahib, Samana
Gurudwara Sri Tharra Sahib is situated in the Samana city district Patiala. When Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Sahib ji started his journey towards Delhi, he came cam here via-Kiratpur Sahib, bharatgarh Sahib, Ropar, makar, kabulpur, Bahadurgarh and moti baag. Guru Sahib came here to the place of sai anayat ali. Adjoining was the area of cruel muslim, who had thrown cow bone in the well when Guru Sahib’s sikh went there for water. After that Guru Sahib got a well dug there. Bhikhan shah owner of the near by garhi was also great follower of Guru Sahib, he offered lots of gift for Guru Sahib. One day nawab bjikhan shah met muslim soldiers who came here to arrest Guru Sahib. On conversation nawab bhikhan shah told them that samana is place of pure muslim so sikh suru cannt stay here. And later he himself came to Guru Sahib and told him the whole story and requested to accompany with him to garhi. Nawab requested Guru Sahib that it will be shame on his family that we got you arrested from our home. So from here onwards Guru Sahib left towards nawab Bhikhan shah’s garhi where Gurudwara Sri Garhi Sahib is situated.
When Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji started his journey towards Delhi, he came to Samana via Kiratpur Sahib, Bharatgarh, Ropar, Bahadurgarh and Moti Bagh. Guru Ji arrived at the place of Sai Anayat Ali. Guru Tegh Bahadur would hold regular diwans and teach the local Sangat about Sikhi. The place where Guru Tegh Bahadur would sit is known as Gurdwara Sri Thara Sahib Samana.
The adjoining area to Gurdwara Sri Thara Sahib belonged to a cruel muslim whose ancestors used to be hindus. When one of Guru Tegh Bahadur’s Sikhs went to fetch water from a nearby well, the muslim threw the bone of a dead cow into the well. As a result Guru Tegh Bahadur built a new well for the villagers.