This Gurudwara holds a special place in the Sikh religion. It has been expressed by Giani Gian Sikh in 'Twelfth Guru Khalsa'. There is an intriguing story identified with this Gurudwara. It is trusted that the first Guru of the Sikhs, for example Master Nanak Dev ji had came to visit Manikaran to take care of the general population living here. He had joined his supporter Bhai Mardana.
The pupil was advised to go and gather heartbeats and flour to make sustenance langar for the general population. When he came back with the required things, he was asked for to expel a stone from where Guru Nanak was sitting and shockingly a hot spring rose up out of there. Bhai Mardana was then advised to tie the beats and flour in some fabric and toss the group in the spring. Inevitably, cooked nourishment was removed from the spring. Sri Guru Nanak Devji Gurudwara still feeds everybody for nothing and they keep their prepared nourishment in pots that are submerged in this spring. This Gurudwara additionally offers free settlement to the general population who come here searching for asylum.