Gurdwara Chevin Patshahi Thara Sahib - Singhpura is a Village near Baramula which Guru HarGobind visited during his stay at the latter place. The Shrine commemorating the Guru's visit is called Gurdwara Chevin Patshahi Thara Sahib. Thara means a platform of mud or masonry. At first only a Thara Sahib existed here. The present square domed building surrounded by a verandah was built during the 1930s by the Sikh savant Bhai Vir Singh.
Gurudwara Sri Thara Sahib Patshahi Chevin Sahib is situated in the Village Singhpura, Distt Baramulla, After fulfilling the wish of Mai Bhag Bhari at Srinagar, Guru Sahib came here. A old Muslim Saint Bahlor Shah lived here. He served Guru Sahib with great Devotion He also requested Guru Sahib that there was shortage of water in near by areas, as this place is situated on the hill top. Guru Sahib touched the ground with his Barcha and told that here is well of sweet water. You people can use it as much as you want. Even today people use this water as per there requirement. From here Guru Sahib went towards Baramulla. After Guru Sahib's visit people got a Tharra constructed where Guru Sahib sat, hence this place was named as Thada Sahib.