This Gurdwara is situated at a distance of 40 Km Southwest of Ludhiana City in town Raikot of District Ludhiana.
The Tenth Sikh Guru, Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji visited this place in 1705, while coming from Machhiwara - Alamgir. When Guru Ji came to this place, Paali Noora Mahi was grazing cattle. Guru Ji asked Noora to provide milk to which Noora replied that he had just milked the Buffaloes. Then Guru Ji pointed towards a Buffalo and asked Noora to milk that Buffalo. Noora replied that he does not has a Utensil. Then Guru Ji gave him Ganga Sagar (a Utensil) which had 288 holes in it. Noora tied the Buffalo and milked it. Noora was surprised to see that inspite of 288 holes, milk did not come out. Noora told the whole story to Pathan Chief, Rai Kalle. The Villagers with Rai Kalle came to have a glimpse of Guru Ji.
Guru Ji asked Rai Kalle to provide some horse-riders, so that he could send them to Sirhind to enquire about the welfare of his Mother Mata Gujri and two younger sons. Rai Kalle sent Noora to Sirhind. On reaching Sirhind, Noora came to know about the martyrdom of Guru Ji's Mother and sons. He came back to Raikot and with tearful eyes narrated the sad story to Guru Ji. Guru Ji said that they were the Gift of Akal Purukh (the Almighty) and have gone back to him.
Guru Ji dug out the root of Tahli's Plant with the help of his arrow and declared that the Mughal rule's roots have been dug. At that time Rai Kalle said that he is also a Turkish Pathan. Guru Ji presented him a sword (Khanda), the Ganga Sagar and a Rehal and said that till the time you take care of these items, your rule will continue.