This is another magnificent shrine, about
1.5 furlong east-south-east of Gurudwara
Janam Asthan, on the side of a sarovar
which is said to have been built initially
by Rai Bular. It represents the village
playground where young Nanak assembled
his playmates not only to engage in physical
sports but also to act as holy men sitting
in meditations. Diwan Kaura Mal had this
Gurdwara built in 1748. It was reconstructed
by Maharaja Ranjit Singh, who also enlarged
and properly lined by the sarovar Nanaksar.
Its present three-storey domed building
was raised during the 1930s and 1940s
and was completed shortly before 1947.