Gurudwara Sahib Asha Singh Bagh
Around 1832 A.D. in Deccan India, The Hyderabad State was ruled by the Fourth Nizam, H.E.H. Asif Jah Nawab-ud-dowlah of Nizam Dynasity. the Nizam Miltary forces, which consisted of Arab and Rohilla Soldiers, were gradually getting out of his control. To control the forces and the public, Diwan Chandu Lal adviced him of getting Military help from Sher-e-Punjab Maharaja Ranjeet Singh Ji. Messages accompanied by valuable gifts, one was Golden Canopy (Chandani) worth Lakhs of Rupees were sent across the country to Punjab. Shere-e-Punjab Maharaja Ranjeet Singhji very much pleased by the Chandni, placed it in the Diwan of Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji in Sri Harmander Sahib, Amritsar. He sent fifteen hundred (1500) Lahori soldiers under the supervision (Leadership) of Fourteen Risals and Fourteen Nishan Sahiban. He also announced that the Salary and basic equipments for this Lahori Force will be given from Punjab. Nearly 200 acres of Land in between Puranapul to Anantagiri and River Musi to MirAlam Lake were given for thier cantonaments. From that time this place was named as "Sikh Chawniath". Among the 14 Risals, one was Sardar Asha Singh Risaldar. He defeated the Nawabs of Adilabad and was succesful in collecting the revenues. Impressed by his abilities, Raja Gondu Lal gifted an Eight acre Garden in Sikh Chawniath to him. He constructed a Gurudwara in this place nad started living here with his forces. From that time this place was came to be known as Asha Singh Bagh.
In 1839, after the death of Shere-e-Punjab Maharaja Ranjeet Singh ji, the Salaries and Basic Eqipment comming from the Punjab was stopped. Nizams of Hyderabad also refused to give their Salaries. The Lahori Forces revolted against it and a war broke out. In this war, few Lahori forces laid down their precious lives at this sacred place. Since then , this place is dedicated to the Sacrifices of the Brave Lahori Soldiers and named Saheedan Singh Asthan After them.
Even today, many pilgrims from far districts of Nizam State visit this place to get their desires flfilled and performed Saheedi Poojas.
Gurudwara Address: Asha Singh Bagh, Sikh Chawni, Kishan Bagh, Hyderabad.