Perched upon the Shivalik Hills, Nada Sahib is a Sikh Gurudwara frequented by followers of Sikhism as well as by other travellers. It is situated on the banks of the Ghaggar river and is believed to be a place where Guru Gobind Singh halted while he was travelling after the Battle of Bhangani in 1688 from Paonta Sahib to Anandpur Sahib. It is a sure shot way to restore mental peace and soothe the tired soul if you do happen to be in Panchkula. Pay your respects, recite the 'hukumnama' of the day and don't miss the Langar. The worshipper count rises on the full-moon day (Pooranmashi) of every month.
This place gets its name from the story of a good Samaritan named Nadu Shah of the neighbouring village who served food and milk to Guru Gobind and his followers after their victorious battle with the Mughals. However, it remained unnoticed until Bhai Motha Singh discovered it and built a shrine to commemorate the visit of the Guru.
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