Guru Govind Singh was conceived as Gobind Rai on December 22 of every 1666, as indicated by the Julian Calendar. Notwithstanding, as indicated by the lunar date-book, the day of January 16 is considered as the birth date of Guru Gobind Singh and the day is commended in like manner. The day is praised as the birth commemoration of Guru Gobind Singh, one of the ten evangelists of the Sikh religion.
Guru Gobind Singh was The Tenth Nanak or the remainder of the Sikh ministers to live. His lessons have motivated the Sikh people group and others for ages. The Sikh people group commends this day offering petitions at gurudwaras and recollecting Guruji’s useful tidbits.
We convey to you 8 astounding realities about Guru Gobind Singh ji:
1. A LEADER AMONG US
Gobind Rai, who might later be named as Guru Gobind Singh, was destined to the ninth Guru of Sikhism, Guru Teg Bahadur and Mata Gujri at Patna Sahib or Takht Sri Patna Sahib (now in Patna).
2. CHILD OF A MARTYR
He was just nine when he turned into the Tenth Sikh Guru. He rose after his dad Guru Teg Bahadur acknowledged suffering in the hands of Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb to ensure the Kashmiri Hindus.
3. RESEARCHER AND WARRIOR
As a tyke, Guru Gobind Singh learned numerous dialects including Sanskrit, Urdu, Hindi, Braj, Gurmukhi and Persian. He likewise learned hand to hand fighting to wind up noticeably skilled in battle.
4. A FIGHTER
In September 1688, at 19 years old, Guru Gobind Singh battled the Battle of Bhangani against an associated power of Bhim Chand, Garwal ruler Fateh Khan and other neighborhood rulers of the Sivalik Hills. The fight went on for a day and a large number of lives were lost. The Guru turned out triumphant. A depiction of the fight can be found in Bichitra Natak or Bachittar Natak, a piece of the Dasham Granth, which is a religious content credited to Guru Gobind Singh.
5. ORIGINATOR OF KHALSA
On March 30 out of 1699, Guru Gobind Singh assembled his supporters to his home in Anadpur. He requested a volunteer to forfeit his set out toward his siblings. Daya Ram offered his head and the Guru ji took him inside a tent and later developed with a grisly sword. He again requested a volunteer and rehashed the accomplishment. This continued for three more circumstances. Finally, Guru Ji rose up out of the tent with the five volunteers and five headless goats were found in the tent. These five Sikh volunteers were named as Panj Pyaare or ‘five dearest ones’ by the Guru.
The five volunteers were Daya Ram, otherwise called Bhai Daya Singh; Dharam Das, otherwise called Bhai Dharam Singh; Himmat Rai, otherwise called Bhai Himmat Singh; Mohkam Chand, otherwise called Bhai Mohkam Singh; and Sahib Chand, otherwise called Bhai Sahib Singh. They were the primary Sikhs.
6. KHALSA, THE WAY OF LIFE
At the social event of 1699, Guru Gobind SIngh established the Khalsa Vani – “Waheguru ji ka Khalsa, Waheguru ji ki fateh”. He named every one of his adherents with the title Singh, which means lion. He additionally established the standards of Khalsa or the Five ‘K’s.
The five ‘K’s are the five standards of life that are to be trailed by a Khalsa. These incorporate Kesh or hair, which intends to leave the hair uncut to demonstrate acknowledgment to the shape God planned people to be; Kangha or wooden brush, as an image of tidiness; Kara or iron wristband, as a check to help a Khalsa to remember patience; Kacchera or knee-length shorts, to be worn by a Khalsa for being constantly prepared to go into fight on horseback; and Kirpan, a sword to guard oneself and poor people, the powerless and the persecuted from all religions, positions and statements of faith.
7. BATTLING THE MUGHALS
After rehashed clashes with Garwali and Mughal pioneers, Guru Gobind Singh composed a letter to Aurangzeb in Persian, which was later broadly named as Zafarnama or the Epistle of Victory, helping him to remember the offense the Mughals had done to the Sikhs. He battled against the Mughals later in skirmish of Muktsar in 1705.
8. PASSING THE LEGACY
After Aurangzeb’s demise, Guru Gobind Singh never again remained a foe to the Mughals. The following Mughal sovereign, Bahadur Shah was inviting with Guru Gobind at first. He even named the Guru as Hind Ka Pir or the Saint of India. However, later on, Bahadur Shah was affected by Wazir Khan, Nawab of Sirhind, to assault the Sikh people group. Wazir Khan sent two Pathan professional killers Jamshed Khan and Wasil Beg to assault the Guru amid his rest at Nanded, the Guru’s resting place. They cut Guru Gobind Singh in his rest. The Guru murdered Jamshed, the aggressor, with his sword, while other Sikh siblings slaughtered Beg.
Guru Gobind Singh named Guru Granth Sahib, the religious content of the Khalsas and the Sikhs, as the following Guru of the two groups. He cleared out his real shape and on October 7 out of 1708.
Sahibzade–the four sons of Guru Gobind Singh Ji
1.ENCAPSULATION OF FORFEIT
Indian history is loaded with stories of forfeit and suffering. Appropriate from rulers to basic men, individuals have done as such much that ages feel roused even at this point. Master Gobind Singh Ji, the tenth Guru of Sikhs, is one such identity who have propelled the entire country. So as to spare ordinary citizens from the oppression of Aurangzeb, he yielded the majority of his relatives; at last himself as well.
2. FOUR CHILDREN
As it happened, beginning from his dad, Guru Teg Bahadur Ji, he needed to forfeit the four children as well. Yet, he didn’t waver, for he stated: Thousands are as yet alive- – thinking about each lover as his child.
3. BABA AJIT SINGH JI
Baba Ajit Singh was the eldest of the four children of Guru Gobind Singh. He was conceived at Anandpur Sahib on January 7, 1687 A.D. He was an overcome warrior and was at that point taking an interest in battles against the Mughals.
4. AN OVERCOME CHILD
It was in the skirmish of Chamkaur- – forty Sikhs alongside Guru Gobind Singh were inside the mud-house when the Mughal armed force struck. Like a valiant fighter, battling with splendid kinship, he was martyred, in this way engraving his name in indian history in brilliant letters.
5. BABA JUJHAR SINGH JI
Baba Jujhar Singh was the second child of Guru Gobind Singh. He was conceived in March 1689 and he excessively got an indistinguishable preparing from his senior sibling.
6. THE DECISIVE DAY
Baba Jujhar Singh was then under sixteen years old when he went to battle the Mughal armed force. Like his senior sibling, he battled valiantly and accomplished affliction, along these lines making his dad and Guru pleased with him.
7. BABA ZORAWAR SINGH JI
Baba Zorawar Singh was the third child of Guru Gobind Singh Ji. Alongside his grandma and his more youthful sibling, he was charmed in Sirhind. The Nawab was driving them to change their confidence and receive Islam. Be that as it may, the youthful however intrepid children of Guru continued denying the dangers and offers.
8. BABA FATEH SINGH JI
Baba Fateh Singh was the fourth child of Guru Gobind Singh and was around six years of age when he accomplished suffering alongside his senior sibling. Both were delicate however daring.
9. THE DECISION
After a long trial of undermining and appealing them to change over, the Nawab of Sirhind requested them to be executed. It was an appalling wrongdoing with respect to the Nawab however he didn’t cease from it.
10. NAWAB OF MALERKOTLA
It is trusted that there was one Nawab in that court who restricted the choice. He was the Nawab of Malerkotla. He stated: “However Gobind Singh is our foe and we should battle him, yet slaughtering his guiltless kids isn’t right. I won’t be a piece of this.”
11. THE GURU RESPECTED HIS EXEMPLARY NATURE
Notwithstanding being his foe, Guru Gobind Singh appreciated his valor for resisting the Nawab of Sirhind. He favored Malerkotla to appreciate religious agreement. Unexpectedly, Malerkota is one of those towns in Punjab where religious concordance is at its perfect magnificence.
12. THE GRANDMA LIKEWISE RELINQUISHED HER LIFE
The mother of Guru Gobind Singh Ji, Mata Gujri, likewise accomplished affliction exposed to the harsh elements tower of Sirhind hearing the forfeit of her grandsons. She was grateful to God for giving them a chance to remain against oppression and not faltering from their endurance.
13. THE ADVENTURE OF FORFEIT AND BENEVOLENCE
Guru Gobind Singh Ji’s life is brimming with penances and magnanimous acts. He urged everyone to live gently, yet to remain against the oppression of transgressors. He urged everyone to put stock in God however the life might be brimming with issues.
14. HOW ABOUT WE SUPPLICATE AND PAY OUR RESPECT
We should petition the ace and his entire celestial family to shower beauty on us. We should pay our respect to the saints who stood dauntlessly in the wake of torment and oppression.