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Guru Nanak Dev ji came here during his Third Udasi or travel in 1514 A.D. At that time the Siddhas (or yogis) who inhabited this place demanded a variety of foods from Guru ji.(At that time this place was known as Gorakhmata which became Nanak Matta after the name of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji )


On the instructions of Guru Sahib, Bhai Mardana climbed up a banyan tree and vigorously shook its branches. To the amazement of the yogis, a variety of foods fell down from the branches of the tree and satisfied the hunger of the yogis and Bhai Mardana.


At the place where this event happened a Gurudwara was constructed thereafter known as Gurudwara Sri Bhandara Sahib Ji.

This Gurudwara is nearly 400 Mtrs from the Main Gurudwara in Nanak Matta Sahib. There are also some other different Gurudwaras in Nanakmatta Sahib.

( Bhandara - meaning free food for all who come to the place and demand it)

Gurudwara Six Patshahi in Tapera Historical Pipal tree which was going up in the sky by magic of Siddhas and Guru nanak dev ji prevented it to move up. Gurudwara Baba Al Mast Sahib Ji Who Called the Six Sikh Guru Har Gobind Sahib Ji to resote the Nanak Matta as a Sikh Shrine
Main Gurudwara Nanakmatta Sahib
Bowli Sahib, Maradana The pupil of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji dragged the River by a simple stick in hand
Gurudwara Bhandara Sahib ji Nanakmatta Uttarakhand India
Doodh Wala Kuan Where Guru Nanank Dev ji Converted the water of the dwell into the Milk Giving answer to Siddhas

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