All the forts of the world have been constructed by one or the other Monarch. These sovereign raised funds from the general public by imposing heavy taxes. They never bothered to care about the pleading of the general public and suck the blood of masses to achieve their malicious goals. The medieval India saw a great Saint Guru Nanak, who raised flags against the religious bigotry and the mammoth Mughal Empire.

When the Guru Nanak Sahib, calls the kings as dogs, certainly he has a political sovereignty mission in his mind and he has planned a ideal rule. The priorities were social, economic and political equalities. The existence of Gurudwara at Kapal Mochan, marking the visit of Guru Nanak Sahib, the place is just 10 km away from Lohgarh, it cannot be ruled out that the visit of Guru Nanak to Lohgarh was certainly attributed to marking of this place, The territory of Lohgarh Fort was outside the boundaries of Mughal Empire and the Pargana of Sadhaura, which was adjacent to Lohgarh Fort, was under the control of ancestors of Peer Budhu Shah. The Manjis were established in the Kotwali of Buria, Pargana, Khizrabad and a Manji named Gangu Shahi Manji was established at Nahan. The objective of establishing Badi Sangat was to spread Sikhism in the vicinity of Lohgarh. Guru Nanak planned religious freedom along with political sovereignty.

Lohgarh Fort was not constructed by any Monarch, but it was constructed by the general public to uproot the mammoth Mughal Empire. In early 17 th century the Vanjara Sikhs who were one of the richest traders of Asia help in spreading of Sikhism and also raised funds for the construction of fort Lohgarh. The largest fort of the world was constructed by the Sikh Sangat secretly to uproot the Mughal Empire. This is a unique example in the globe, where the flags of humanity was raised under the guidance and philosophy of Guru Nanak Sahib.