This place is said to be visited by four of the ten Sikh gurus so Gurudwara in Agra have great importance in Sikh's community. Guru ka Taal is an important pilgrim place for Sikhs and every year thousands of devotees congregate into the Agra city. This splendid gurudwara is situated in the confines of Sikandra in Agra. It is on the national highway at the entrance of the Agra City.
The gurudwara has been built over the stop where Guru Tegh Bahadur offered his arrest to the Mughal king Aurangzeb. The splendid gurudwara which stands in the precincts of Sikandra is due to the noble contributions and efforts of Sant Sadhu Singh Mauni during 1970's. The place is an important pilgrim place for Sikhs and every year thousands of devotees flock into the Agra city. For these people the land out there is blessed.
History of Guru Ka Taal: Guru Ka Taal in Agra was constructed in 1970s. Sant Sadhu Singh Mauni was the person, whose contributions and laborious efforts completed this splendid Gurudwara. The historical records disclosed that it was constructed at the site where Guru Tegh Bahadur was kept arrested in Mughal emperor Aurangazeb time.
Guru ka Taal was constructed by red stone and it is also reckoned in the magnificent architecture in India. In last few years, its some buildings have been refurbishment with good stones and marbles. It looks great at Gurpurnima night. There is arranged a good fair for celebration of Guru Nanak Birth Day. Today, there is arranged Langar (food for all Pilgrimage).
How can reach: There are two ways to reach Guru Ka Taal. One is by Road and second is by Train. By Road: Guru Ka Taal is situated at National Highway-2 (Delhi -Agra Highway). It will be at Sikandra area, at the entrance of the Agra City. By Train: it is near to Raja Ki Mandi Railway station. You can hire auto rickshaw or taxi for Guru Ka Taal. It will take only Rs. 40 to 50 from Raja Ki Mandi railway station. If you are coming from Agra Cant Railway station, there are prepaid taxi or auto facilities to reach Guru Ka Taal