The first Gurdwara Sahib was build in 1937 at Batu 16 (Hong Kong Tin Dredging), Jalan Puchong – Dengkil by the Sikh community lead by Late Sardar Palla Singh S/O Phagwan Singh.
This Gurdwara was burnt down by the Japanese Army during the second world war in 1942. The community lead by Late Jawan Singh S/O Narain Singh build a new Gurdwara at the present site (Kampung Baru Bt. 14 Puchong) in 1952.
Sardar B. Awtar Singh took over as the 6th President on 14th Aril 1991 and the Gurdwara Sahib Puchong was officially registered as ‘Persatuan Penganut Agama Sikh Selangor’ (Reg. No 1643-04-7) by Selangor Registrar of Societies on 23rd August 2004.
Since then, the Present Gurdwara Sahib had gone through several renovation and upgrades over the years. Due to rapid growth and development, the Gurdwara couldn’t cater the present sangat needs. Hence, B. Awtar Singh and his committee decided to build a new Gurdwara at a new Site.
Co-incidentally Sardar B. Awtar Singh was appointed as Subang Jaya Town Councillor (MPSJ) on 30th August 2004. He with the assistance of Dato’ Hj Mohd Satim Bin Diman (Assemblyman for Seri Serdang) we were allocated a 0.5 acre land at Bandar Puteri Puchong by the Salangor state government on 20th September 2007 to construct a new Gurdwara Sahib.
The building plan for the new Gurdwara was approved on 5th February 2008 and the piling work began on 11th July 2008. Fund raising dinners were held on 13th April 2006 (Tai Tong Restaurant) and 27th October 2007 (Puchong Indah MPSJ Hall). We managed to raise RM700,00.00 mainly through the effort by Sardar B. Awtar Singh. We humbly urge the sanggat to come forward to help us raise the balance amount of RM500,000 to complete the Gurdwara Sahib (construction only).
The Gurdwara has a 3-storey approved architectural plan. Due to financial constrain, the committee has decided to build 2-storey building instead. The Gurdwara foundation and structure is being constructed for future 3-storey building. The cost to build a 3-storey Gurdwara is estimated at RM 1.5 million and the cost to build a 2-storey Gurdwara is estimated at RM 1.2 million.