Gurudwara Lakhnaur Sahib
Gurudwara Lakhnaur Sahib is located on the Ambala Barola Road in village Lakhnaur, about twelve kms from Ambala City.
It is associated with the Tenth Guru, Guru Gobind Singh Ji. Lakhnaur was the ancestral home of Mata Gujri Ji, the mother of Guru Gobind Singh and wife of Guru Tegh Bahadur. After his Father's Martyredom at Chandini Chauk Guru ji came to this place with his mother and uncles from Patna and spent some time here.
The Muslim cleric, Pir Bhikhan Shah met the young Guru at this place. Another Muslim cleric, Pir Arif Din also paid obeisance to the young Guru at this place. Guruji spent his time playing with his friends.
Mata Gujri's well, sarovar and Baoli are remnants of the visit of Guru Gobind Singh Ji to this village. Among the other articles associated with the Guru and his family on display here include are the Guru's bed, Mata Gujri's bed, weapons and utensils used in the langar.
The Gurudwara building is called Mata Gujari da Khuh (Mother Gujari's Well). This was constructed within an older but dilapidated well at the instance of Mata Gujari in 1670-71, and still used as a source of sweet drinking water.
Gurudwara Shri Lakhnour Sahib is situated in the Lakhnour Village of Ambala Distt. It is situated Ambala Hisar Road. SHRI GURU TEGBAHADUR SAHIB JI's wife and SHRI GURU GOBING SINGH JI's Mother MATA GUJRI was born here. Later her parents shifted to Kararpur Sahib, Where she got married to SHRI GURU TEG BAHADUR SAHIB JI. When SHRI GURU TEGBAHADUR JI and MATA GUJRI were on tour to Bihar, SHRI GURU GOBIND RAI's(GURU GOBIND SINGH JI) was born there. MATA GUJRI JI stayed there and SHRI GURU TEGBAHADUR JI went further to Assam and Bangladesh. MATA JI and GURU GOBIND RAI Ji stayed there for 5 years. And later on GURU TEGBAHADUR JI's order MATA GUJRI JI, GURU GOBIND RAI JI and MATA NANAKI JI started for Punjab. And on the way they reached Lakhnour Sahib. MATA and GURU JI stayed here for 6 months. Allong with them there were three Beds, (Out of Which 2 beds and 2 Pawa's are still preserved here), 2 Prant's and many more GURU SAHIBS weapons are still preserved here.