SARHĀLĀ (popularly known as Sarhālā Rānnūāṅ), village 12 km west of Baṅgā (31º-11'N, 76º'E) in Jalandhar district of the Punjab, has within its revenue limits a historical shrine, Gurdwārā Gurplāh Pañj Ṭāhlī, dedicated to Gurū Tegh Bahādur (162I-75), who stayed here once during a journey through the Doābā country. The Gurdwārā is situated in the fields between Sarhālā and Chakk Gurū, another village also associated with Gurū Tegh Bahādur's visit. The present building was raised in 1978 by Sant Sevā Siṅgh, who continued to manage it. It is a four-storeyed building, with the marble floored hall at the ground floor. Gurū kā Laṅgar is to the left of the main building. Besides the daily services, major Sikh anniversaries are observed with special dīvāns. The biggest event of the year is a religious fair held on the occasion of Holā Mahallā in March.
Major Gurmukh Siṅgh (Retd.)