Muktsar the city of Gurudwaras is 50 km. away from Bathinda is recognized as 'Guru Ki Daab'. The place is famous for the last battle fought by Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji, in which the group of 40 warriors helped Guru Ji and died who left them in Anandpur Sahib by writing 'Bedawa'.
Muktsar is situated at a distance of 45km
from Faridkot. Muktsar has many attractions including Sikh
shrines and a number of Gurudwaras such as Rikab Ganj,
Datan Sahib, and Dukhbhajan Sahib etc. Most of these remind
us of the incidents from the life of Guru Gobind Singh ji.
Muktsar is also known for the Maghi Festival and Punjabi Jutti.
Tuti Gandhi Sahib Gurudwara of Muktsar was built in honor of 40 soldiers
of Majha who died while fighting graciously for him. These soldiers had
abandoned Guru Gobind Singh during the blockade of Anandpur Sahib,
but soon rejoined the Guru's army after being looked down upon by their
women. It is said that the Guru kissed all dead and the dying and
absolved them. The daily prayers of the Sikhs include references to this
incident. Guru Gobind Singh ji used Gurudwara Tibbi Sahib
Place to shoot arrows at the enemies while fighting with Moguls. It was
here that the Guru rested his sleepy limbs for a while.
Guru Ji tore 'Bedawa' at this place on their demand and blessed them with 'Mukti' (Mokush). So the place is called 'Mukatsar'.The famous 'Maghi' Mela is held on 'Magh Sakranti' (desi month) which go down in the month of January.