Gurdwara Sangat Tola was visitd by Guru Tegh Bahadur. On his way to Assam his local followers had received him with great affection building the two storey Gurdwara for his stay. The Guru and some of his devotees accompanied a force of Mughal Soldiers dispatched to Assam. Guruji's assistance averted hostilities between Assam and Mughal Hindustan resulting in a peace treaty. He returned to stay for two years (1666-68) on his return from Assam. Sikh devotees visited him in hundreds every day listening to the Kirtan and holy discourses.
Guru Tegh Bahadur ji, the 9th Guru of the Sikhs, established Gurdwara Sangat Tola at 14 Sreesh Das Lane at Bangla Bazar, Dhaka.
Guru Tegh Bahadur came to Dhaka from Assam and stayed here for two years (1666-68). It was here that Guru Sahib received the news of the birth of his son, Gobind Rai (later Guru Gobind Singh).
The Gurdwara Sangat Tola building is 300 years old and needed a great deal of restoration work. Baba Sukha Singh visited Bangladesh in March 2006 and met senior officials there concerning the works that were to be carried out. Granthi Singhs and Ragi Singhs were sent soon after to observe the Maryada in the Gurdwara. Baba Sukha Singh ji now regularly makes a trip here to oversee renovation and construction works.