Nabha is a memorable city and civil board in the Patiala region toward the south-west of the Indian territory of Punjab. It was the capital of the previous Nabha State. The town of Nabha was previously the capital of the Nabha regal state in the British Raj. Its domains were scattered. One area, isolated into twelve separate tracts, was mixed among the domains of Patiala and Jind, in the east and south of the Punjab. The other area was in the outrageous southeast of that territory in Rewari and Bawal which the trickster ruler, Hira Singh, had got from the British for battling against individual Indian leader of Jhajjar, Abdur Rehman, in the main war of autonomy in 1857.
The entire of the regions physically had a place with a plain, yet they differed in character, from the considerable richness of the Pawadh locale to the semi-parched nearness of Rajputana desert. The primary settlement of the Nabha City located in the extraordinary focus of the nabha city. Mandir Thakur Shri Saty Narayan Ji sanctuary is there in Purani Nabhi Nabha. This is The Only Thakur Saty narayan Ji sanctuary in nabha City. You can come with your family members and friends.