Gurudwara Tibbi Sahib
Gurudwara Tibbi Sahib is situated on the bank of the Sutlej river, Ropar. This gurudwara is at a distance of nearly 47 km from Chandigarh. Sant Baba Jwala Singh Ji Maharaj Harkho-waliye in the 19th century was a great saint of that time. He was a great saint who worshipped Dasve Patshah Shri Guru Gobind Ji Maharaj. His Father Bhai Khumma Ji was the cook(laangri) for the Guru Gobind Singh Ji in Anandpur Sahib.
Being happy at his devotion to feeding the guru and others without any desire, Dasham pita gave him the blessings to go to his village and promote Sikhi and its lessons to others. He smilingly took that task and came back to his village. Where he changed his village’s name from Bhagwai(Hosiyarpur) to Laangeri. He spent the rest of his life-giving the teachings of Sikhism to everyone.
After him, many saints took the gaddi, and finally, it came to Sant Baba Jwala Singh Ji. He poached Sikhism for many years.Sant Baba Bhagat Singh Ji succeded the gaddi from Bhai Jwala Sing Ji. In 1987 Sahdir Singh Ji took his last breaths and handed over his duties to Saint baba Khushal Singh Ji.
He built this gurudwara in proper form and made the area near the gurudwara plain after filling ups the digs and planting trees and plants. He also built the Langar hall in the Gurudwara Tibbi Sahib where langar is served 24 hours a day daily.
Several Guru Ji’s set their foot here for a rest. In this Gurudwara, there is a car that was gifted to the saints of this gurudwara by Sardar Anoop Singh (Ma. LLB Visvedar) from Patiala.