Sunday, October 23, 2016
Gateway to Sikhism

Gurudwara Gani Khan Navi Khan Sahib

Guru Gobind Singh Ji acceding to request of Gani Khan Nabi Khan, came here from the house of Gulab. They requested Guruji to change the colour of his dress to blue for their convenience in serving

Guruji as the soldiers, were moving around. Guruji asked them to call the dyer. Dyer told Guruji that earth for dying was not ready and it will take atleast three days. Guruji told him that earth was ready. The dyer on finding the earth ready could well understand that Guruji has divine power. dyer did not accept the money. After the dyer left, Gani Khan and Nabi Khan also submitted that they did not have child and asked Guruji's blessings for the same. Guruji blessed them by giving them the edict which is not kept in the Gurudwara for the devotees to have view thereof. This Gurdwara is situated in private house of descendents of Gani Khan and Nabi Khan

Gurdwara Gani Khan Nabi Khan Sahib is situated in the heart of the city of Machiwara. It is near Dussehra ground, adjacent to new Bus Stand. It is connected by road to Ludhiana- Chandigarh Highway at Samrala (42 km) and to Ropar (46 km) by Guru Gobind Singh Marg.

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Near Dussehra Ground,
Machiwara, Distt Ludhiana,
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