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Some of them went to complain to Mata Gujri. She constantly reminded the Sahibzadas that their Grandfather and Great-Grandfather had both sacrificed their lives to strengthen the ideals of Guru Nanak. It was due to her role that the seven and nine year old children did not budge from their beliefs and attained martyrdom. Mata Gujri performed the humble duty of a devoted housewife and served her husband and mother-in-law. After of Guru Hargobind left this world in , she came with her husband and mother-in-law, Mata Nanaki, to Bakala, now in Amritsar district of the Punjab. He was determined to exercise his power on little children.
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They were tied to a tree and stoned with sling shots during which Zorawar Singh lost an eye.
When Mata Gujri was told about the martyrdom gujrl her grandsons, she thanked God gujgi giving them a dignified death. He climbed a tree adjacent to the tahnda burjlowered himself into the tower, and gave them warm milk.
Although, there is a gukri that he actually was a cook. Her support of her grandsons played such an important role in Sikhism that as Sikhs, we probably owe our existence to her. Thereafter, all Sikh places of worship came to be known as gurdwaras. It was a summer resort for officers but most uncomfortable for eighty years old lady and two children without any warm clothes in the month of December. This angered Wazir Khan very much and he was annoyed that the children had not lowered before him, to show their respect.
In due course of time, the family with Bhai Kirpal Chand left Patna and on the way stayed for a few days at Lakhnaur near Ambala with the brother of Mata Gujri in Guru Tegh Bahadur was executed in Delhi on 11 Novemberand, Guru Cobind Singh then being very young, the responsibility of managing the affairs at Chakk Nanaki, initially, fell to her.
Accordingly the children were taken back to their grandmother. It was due to her teachings that 6 year old and 9 year old did not bulge from their Dharma and mataa martyrdom. The messenger who came with the news of the martyrdom of the Sahibzads found that Mata-Ji had already attained salvation. So, it is only pertinent to say that Mata Gujri was a Puran Istree in matw the physical and spiritual realms.
They were given twentyfour hours to think and promised many gifts and comfortable lives if they agreed. Her wording of the letters shows that she was kind hearted but determined to set things right. Thus she prepared him for the great mission ahead. That is the account I hr at gurdwara this past weekend. Mata Gujri with her younger grandsons, Zorawar Singh and Fateh Singh, ages 8 and 5 respectively, was separated from other members of the family while crossing the rivulet Sirsa which was in flood.
The chief of Malerkotla state, Sher Muhammad Khan, who was present there pleaded for them, but of no avail. Mata Gujari Ji agreed to accept his shelter and protection. The joint forces, not considering their solemn promises given to the Guru Ji, attacked him as soon he left the fort.
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Mata Gujari and her grandsons were arrested on 8 December and confined in Sirhind Fort in what is referred to in Sikh chronicles as Thanda Burj, the cold tower.
This information could not change the resolve of Baba ji. This is where Mata Gujari spent the last four days of her life. He used to serve food to the Hindu prisoners. After the marriage ceremony, the couple came to reside in Amritsar. The guru replied that the nation needed a mmata man to sacrifice his life to save these Pandits from forcible conversion.
She advised her grandsons not to give up their faith under any circumstances. We Sikhs owe our existence to matw. It was a cold winder night of December, This weekend at gurdwaraon the anniversary of their shaheedi my dadDr. Those who succeeded crossing Sirsa were divided into several groups. Mata Gujari was the daughter of Bhai lal Chand Subulikka and Bishan Kaur, a pious couple of Kartarpur, in present-day kapurthala district of the Punjab. Create a free website or blog at WordPress.
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