This Gurdwara is located in about 20 acres land area in village Banwala Anu of District Mukatsar of Punjab. To arrive at this place one has to go on Dabwali highway from Malout. The Gurdwara is located about 7 km from Dabwali and about 2 km from village Mehna that falls on the GT Road. The Sangat requested Sant Baba Ishar Singh Jee for construction of this Gurdwara which was fulfilled by Sant Baba Gurdev Singh Jee in 1966. At the time of establishment of this Gurdwara, the water level was 400 feet below ground level and the most of the land was also barren. With the grace of Almighty, the water level has risen and the agriculture has prospered in this area after the establishment of Gurdwara. Akhand Path of Sri Sukhmani Sahib is also done without any break for the last few years. Masya is celebrated at this place at about 10 am. The Sangat after taking the bath in the holy sarovar attends the Bhog of Sri Sampat Akhand Path of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee followed by Katha & Kirtan. Amrit is also administered after the ceremony. The inside and outside walls of the Deewan Hall are decorated with unique tiles. The dome of this Gurdwara is decorated by the golden tiles and attracts people from far away.