Guru ka Taal is a ancient Sikh pilgrimage vicinity committed to the memory of 9th Guru Sri Guru Tegh Bahudar Ji. Guru ka Taal is close to Sikandra in Agra. The Gurudwara become built over the area wherein the Guru Tegh Bahadur supplied voluntary arrest to Aurangazeb, the Mughal Emperor. Several devotees accumulate each year to pay homage to the excellent Sikh guru aith in this Gurudwara. This ancient shape dates lower back to the 17th century.
Earlier it was a Taal within the location close to Sikandra. It become built in 1610 AD to collect and preserve rainwater in Agra all through Jehangir reign. The water of the reservoir turned into used for irrigation purposes for the duration of the dry season. The reservoir turned into ornamented with stone carvings. This is said to be the location wherein the Guru Tegh Bahadur laid down his arms to offer arrest to Aurangazeb. The Gurudwara referred to as Guru Ka Taal become built inside the 1970s due to the contributions and hard efforts of Sant Baba Sadhu Singhji "Mauni".