A beautiful little town Nanded is fast becoming an ideal tourism spots for being home to numerous Sufi places of worship. The dedicated group here consistently to look for blessings and one of them every now and again went to holy places is that of Shri Hazur Abchalnagar Sahib. This is a one of the the most critical gurudwaras of the Sikhs where the “Takhat” is found and where the tenth master of the Sikhs, Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji, breathed his last on October 7, 1708. After visiting the famous Nanded Gurudwara you can take a Nanded to Akola train and visit Annapurna Mata Mandir to have a great religious experience. However, here is a brief history of the Nanded Gurudwara.
It is said that Guru Gobind Singh touched base in Nanded with Bahadur Shah towards the end of August 1708 keeping in mind the last went ahead to Golconda following a couple days’ rest, Guru Gobind Singh chose to remain focused. As per the legend, Guru Gobind Singh had needed Bahadur Shah to do equity on account of the homicide of his children and numerous different Sikhs yet at long last chose to go separate ways when Shah demonstrated no slant to rebuff the liable. Also, it was in Nanded where Guru Gobind Singh was cut by two men who had been charged by Wazir Khan, the ruler of Sirhind, to kill him.
Anticipating that his natural stay was close to its end, the Guru requested the Guru Granth Sahib to be introduced there and this came to be known as the ‘Takhat Sahib.’ The present working of the Takhat Sahib was built by Maharaja Ranjit Singh. He enhanced the gurudwara with marble and gold plating amid his administration. The complex of the holy Takhat Sahib is spread more than a few hectares. Other than the Takhat Sahib appropriate it additionally incorporates two different sanctuaries. The Bunga Mai Bhago Ji is a vast room where the Guru Granth Sahib is situated and some verifiable weapons are put in plain view. The other is of Angitha Bhai Dharam and Daya Singh, two survivors of the clash of Chamkaur who were among the ‘Panj Piare’.
The room inside the gurudwara is known as the Angitha Sahib and is built on the exact place where Guru Gobind Singh was cremated in 1708. This site is currently one of the five Takht Sahibs which are spots of essential significance to the Sikhs, the other four being the, Keshgarh Sahib at Anandpur, Akal Takhat at Amritsar, Damdama Sahib in Talwandi Sabo, Bathinda, Punjab and Patna Sahib in Bihar.
In the two-story constructing, the insides are masterfully ornamented in the style of Harmandir Sahib, Amritsar. The dividers of Angitha Sahib have been secured with brilliant plates. The arch is cleaned and on the zenith is a “kalash” made of gold-plated copper. A portion of the hallowed relics of first Sikh Guru Gobind Singh ji are additionally safeguarded here. These incorporate a brilliant blade, a matchlock weapon, a toxophilite with 35 bolts, a steel shield studded with valuable stones, two bows, and five brilliant swords.