SUDHAIL, one of the two villages in Ambala district of Haryana about 400 metres apart from each other, but popularly called by the joint name of Sudhal Sudhail, situated 7 km west of Jagadhri (30″7`N, 77″17`E), claims a historical gurdwara. It is called Gurdwara Manji Sahib Patshahi Nauim. Sikh chronicles record that Guru Tegh Bahadur visited Sudhail in the course of his travels in this area. According to local tradition, a platform existed in the village commemorating the visit.

A shrine, if ever built, was abandoned, for, according to Pandit Tara Singh Narotam`s book, Sri Guru Tirath Sangrahi, no trace of a Sikh gurdwara existed in the village. Giani Thakur Singh, in his book Sn Gurdunre Darshan, alludes to the existence of a ruined mound. The construction of a gurdwara was commenced in 1969 on this mound. The two storeyed domed building, being on an elevated ground, is a prominent landmark visible for miles around. The shrine is managed by a committee of the local sarigat.

References :

1. Marotarn, Tara Singh, Sn Guru Tirath Sangrahi. Kanklial, 1975
2. Gian Singh, Giani, Twarikh Gurduarian, Amritsar, n.d
3. Fauja Singh, Gurii Teg Bahadur : Yatra Asthan, Piliamparavan te Yad Chinh. Patiala, 1976
4. Tliakar Singh, Giani, Gurduare Darshail. Amritsar, 1923