In the initial days he was scarce with resources but he never let the order of the Master going down. But his hardwork and commitment keep the Langer continue on permanent footings. Slowly all the Khalsa started realizing importance of this langar and enjoined the seva of Baba Nidhan Singh Ji. This is the main reason why lakhs and lakhs of devotees visit everyday and eat the Langar as Prasad of
Gurudwara, still there is no shortage in Gruduwara Langar Sahib. This is the magic of the words said by Kalgidhar Sachche Patshah (Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji). This
Gurudwara is situated on the bank of holy river Godavari and is just a kilometer away from Nanded
In his last address, Guru Gobind Singh Ji emphasized the importance of Langar and enjoined upon the Khalsa to continue it especially on this holy shrine, at all costs. At this, Bhai Santokh Singh, the first priest appointed at this holy shrine by Master himself with his folded hands, sought form
Guru Ji, some clarifications for the time to came as to how to run the Langar and for its finances etc, when no Khalsa was living in this corner of the country.
Guru assured him not to be concerned for any thing like this and to do his duty. Making some prophecies
Guru Ji told him that there will be no dearth of the Khalsa in this part of the country and if the need be, he would send some Saint especially to. With the passage of the time the institution of Langar was somewhat neglected by the then management and the Sikhs began to prefer the other works like construction of buildings and
Guru ka Langar was restarted at this holy place by Sant Baba Nidhan Singh Ji in the year 1912, under the holy enjoinder of Guru Gobind Singh Ji. Before coming to this place, Sant Baba
Ji had served for long twelve years, completely absorbed in deep meditation day and night, in
Gurudwara Sachkhand Sahib when he was blessed with his Eternal light.
The pious simple life full of Seva and Simran of Baba Ji was itself an inspiring farce to the Sikhs.
Baba Ji resigned from his worldly life on 4th August 1947 and we see that Guru ka Langar is running in its splendid manners since then for its worthy cause. Here priority of
Seva goes to Langar which is available 24 hours, day and night, round the clock, without any discrimination. Hot tea is also served in the Langar whole day and one feels quite at home while reaching here after long journey.