MUNAK KALAN, village 3 km north of Urmar (31°41`N, 75°38`E) in .Hoshiarpur district of the Punjab, claims a historical shrine in memory of Guru Hargobind (1595-1644), who visited here once during a hunting expedition. He alighted under a shisham tree (Dalbergia sissoo, tahli in Punjabi), about 250 metres north of the village. The shrine later established came to be known as Gurdwara Tahli Sahib Patshahi Chhevin. A shisham tree and an old well in the Gurdwara compound are believed to have existed since the time of Guru Hargobind`s visit.

The present buildings came up gradually.To the two small rooms built in 1914, a larger hall was added in 1940. In 1978 the local sangat handed over the management of the Gurdwara to Baba Nihal Singh Harian Velanvale, a leader of Taruna Dal of Nihangs. Under his supervision the present mosaicfloored divan hall, with the sanctum at the far end, was completed in 1984.

References :

1. Gian Singh, Giani, Twarikh Guru Khalsa [Reprint]. Patiala, 1970