PAKKHOKE RANDHĀVE, a village in the east of Derā Bābā Nānak (32º-2'N,75º-2'E) in Gurdāspur district of the Punjab, is the place where Gurū Nānak's wife and children stayed with his father-in-law during the Gurū's absence on udāsīs or preaching journeys. The village has a historical shrine dedicated to Bābā Srī Chand, the Gurū 's elder son, who, after the passing away of his father, stayed here for some time before settling down at Bāraṭh. Known as Ṭāhlī Sāhib Bābā Srī Chand, it is a small domed room, with a statue of Bābā Srī Chand in a sitting posture installed inside it, near an old shīsham or, ṭāhlī tree. The shrine is managed privately.
Major Gurmukh Siṅgh (Retd.)