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1. Birth of a Star  

  • Name: Shri Guru Gobind Singh Sahib ji

  • Predecessor: Shri Guru Teg Bahadar Sahib ji (9th Guru)

  • Born: 22 Dec. 1666

  • Born Place: Shri Patna Sahib ji

  • Shri Patna Sahib ji is the one of Five Takhats.

  • Shri Patna Sahib ji Construction by Maahaaraajaa Ranjeet Singh ji

  • Farther's Name: 9th Guru, Shri Guru Teg Bahadar Sahib ji  (Martyr)

  • Mother's Name: Mata Gujri ji (Martyr)

  • Children's: 4 Sons (All Martyr)

  • First Son's Name: Saahibjaada Ajeet Singh ji

  • Second Son's Name: Saahibjaada Jujhaar Singh ji

  • Third Son's Name: Saahibjaada Joraawar Singh ji

  • Fourth Son's Name: Saahibjaada Fateh Singh ji

  • Saahibjaada Ajeet Singh ji (Martyr): The Battle of Chamkaur Sahib ji (22, Dec.1705)

  • Saahibjaada Jujhaar Singh ji (Martyr): The Battle of Chamkaur Sahib ji (22, Dec.1705)

  • Saahibjaada Joraawar Singh ji (Martyr): Bricks alive in Sirhind (13 Poh, 26, Dec.1705)

  • Saahibjaada Fateh Singh ji (Martyr): Bricks alive in Sirhind (13, Poh 26, Dec.1705)

  • The First Battle: Battle of Bangaani

  • Battle of Bangaani: 15 April 1687

  • The Names & Rules changed of Holi Festival: Holla-Mohalla

  • Creaction of Khalsa: 30 March, 1699

  • Creaction of Khalsa Place: Shri Keshgarh Sahib ji (Shri Aanandpur Sahib ji)

  • The First Amritdhaari of the Sikh History: Bhaai Dyaa Singh ji

  • The First Battle of Shri Anandpur Sahib ji: 1700

  • The Second Battle of Shri Anandpur Sahib ji: 1701

  • The Third Battle of Shri Anandpur Sahib ji: 1703

  • The Forth Battle of Shri Anandpur Sahib ji: 1705

  • The Battle of Chamkaur Sahib ji: 22 Dec. 1705

  • The Last Battle: The Battle of Shri Mukatsar Sahib ji

  • Other Battles: The Battle of Guler & The Battle of Naadon

  • Other Names: The Tenth Master, Holder of the Hawk, The One with the Blue Horse

  • Known for: Founding of the Khalsa

  • Departure: 7 October 1708

  • Departure Place: Shri Nanded Sahib ji

  • Successor: Shri Guru Granth Sahib ji

A splendid Divine Light shone in the darkness of the night. Pir Bhikan Shah a Muslim mystic performed his prayers in that Easterly direction (instead of towards the West, contrary to his daily practice), and guided by this Divine Light, he travelled with a group of his followers until he reached Patna Sahib in Bihar. It was here that Gobind Rai was born to Mata Gujri in 1666. It is said that Pir Bhikan Shah approached the child and offered two bowls of milk and water, signifying both the great religions of Hinduism and Islam. The child smiled and placed his hands on both bowls. The Pir bowed in utter humility and reverence to the new Prophet of all humanity. Gobind Rai was born with a holy mission of which he tells us in his autobiography “Bachitar Natak” (Wonderous Drama). In it Guru Ji tells us how and for what purpose he was sent into this world by God. He states that before he came into this world , as a free spirit he was engaged in meditation in the seven peaked Hemkunt mountain. Having merged with God and having become One with the Unmanifest and the Infinite, God commanded him:

“I have cherished thee as my Son, and created thee to establish a religion and restrain the world from senseless acts. I stood up, folded my hands, bowed my head and replied, ‘Thy religion will prevail in all the world, when it has Thy support’.”

Guru Ji describes the purpose of his coming to this world and why he emerged from the Supreme Reality in human form to carry out his Creator’s command :

“For this purpose was I born, let all virtuous people understand. I was born to advance righteousness, to emancipate the good, and to destroy all evil-doers root and branch.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
     
     
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