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Gurudwara Shri Hazur Sahib

Hazur Sahib is one of the Five Takhts (seats of temporal authority) in sikhism. It is located on the banks of the River Godavari at the city of Nanded in the state of Maharashtra. The gurudwara is known as Sach-Khand taht is within the complex. The structure is built at the place where 10th guru, Guru Gobind Singh ji died. The inner room of the gurdwara is called the Angitha Sahib and is built over the place where Guru Gobind Singh was cremated in 1708. The gurdwara was built between 1832 and 1837 by order of Maharaja Ranjit Singh.

Hazur Sahib is also known as Takht Sachkhand Sri Hazur Abchalnagar Sahib and is also spelled as Hazoor Sahib. Giani Kulwant Singh is the present Jatthedar. 


Hazur Sahib Gurudwara is home to one of five throne of power. The well-preserved Temple of Sikh architecture and religious practices demonstrates best feature and is located on the banks of the Godavari River in Nanded. The gurudwara is marked as a site where Guru Gobind Singh ji had his camp in 1708. he Guru held his court and congregation here and was convalescing after being attacked by two would-be assassins. One of the attackers stabbed the Guru, and was killed by him with a single stroke of his talwar. The other was killed by his followers as he tried to escape. The Guru's wound was deep, but initially healed after being stitched by a European surgeon. However the wound re-opened a few days later when the Guru was stringing a bow for one of his Sikhs and the Guru died after declaring the Guru Granth Sahib as his successor. 

In October 2008, the 300th anniversary celebration of the Guruship of Guru Granth Sahib took place here. This site is now one of five Takhats which are places of primary importance to the Sikhs. The other four takhats are: Akal Takhat at Amritsar, Takhat Keshgarh Sahib at Anandpur, Takhat Patna Sahib in Bihar and Takhat Damdama Sahib in Talwandi Sabo, Bhatinda, Punjab.

Nanded being the holy city where Baba Banda Singh Bahadur had his ashram and Baba Banda Singh started his journey of Khalsa victory from Nanded only, has a very high place in national history of India.

This shrine differs from other historical places of Sikh worship, here all ancient customs which were practised at the time of the Guru are still practised for example, sandal-wood tilak is still applied on the foreheads of priests and local devotees.

The most important aspect of this holy shrine is that there are two sanctum sanctorum here. While all the functions are carried out by the priests in the outer room, the inner room is a vault which houses priceless objects, weapons and other personal belongings of the Guru. No one except the head priest can enter this holy vault.

Historical Gurudwara in Nanded

  • Gurdwara Nagina Ghat
  • Gurdwara Banda Ghat (place of Banda Singh Bahaddar)
  • Gurdwara Shikaar Ghat
  • Gurdwara Bowli Sahib
  • Gurdwara Heera Ghat
  • Gurdwara Mata Sahib
  • Gurdwara Maal Tekdi
  • Gurdwara Sangat Sahi
  • Gurdwara Damdama Sahib (Basmat Nagar, Parbhani)
  • Gurdwara Nanakpur Sahib (place of Guru Nanak Dev)
  • Gurdwara Mahakal Sahib Gurudwara Mahakaal Saheb
  • Gurudwara Lohgarh Sahib
  • Gurudwara Bhajangarh Saheb

How to Reach

By Air - Nearest airport to Nanded is the Hyderabad International Airport.

By Rail - Nanded has its own Railway station and a special super fast train Sachkhand Express is being stared from Amritsar to direct Nanded.

By Road - Nanded is well connected to all major cities via road as Private and state buses service is done between Nanded and other major cities.