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Chheve Guru Shri Hargobind Sahib Ji De Parkash Purab Di Tuhaanu Te Tuhaade Parivaar Nu Lakh Lakh Vadhaiyaan.


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Guru Hargobind ji were born in 1595 at Guru Ki Wadali, Amritsar .Their parents were Guru Arjan Dev Ji and Mata Ganga Ji.

After their marriage, Guru Arjan Dev ji was informed by their wife Mata Ganga ji that their elder brother’s wife had commented on that they had not had a child. Guru Arjan Dev ji instructed Mata Ganga ji to go see Dhan Baba Buddha ji and request them to do an ardas for a son. Baba Buddha ji performed the ardas and in 1595 Guru Arjan Dev ji and Mata Ganga ji had their only child Dhan Guru Hargobind Ji (1595-1644).Guru Hargobind ji name was given to them by Baba Buddha ji (1506-1631)Baba Budha ji taught Guru Hargobind ji weaponry and Bhai Gurdas ji taught them Gurbani. Bhai Gurdas ji were maharaj Nana ji.Guru Amar Das Ji was their Great Grandfather. Guru Ram Das Ji were their Grandfather.Guru Hargobind ji were married to Mata Nanaki Mata Damodari, and Mata MahadeviThey had 5 sons and 1 daughter. Baba Gurdita, Baba Suraj Mal, Baba Ani Rai, Baba Atal Rai, Guru Tegh Bahadur, and Bibi VeeroTheir eldest son would be the father of a future Guru (Baba Gurdita ji ) and their youngest the 9th Guru Guru Tegh Bahdhur ji.Guru Hargobind ji 2 sons Baba Gurdita Ji and Baba Atal RaiI ji passed away during maharaj lifetime.Guru Hargobind ji added tunes to 9 out of 22 vars in the Guru Granth Sahib ji maharaj . Guru Hargobind ji established the Akal Takht in 1606 Sikhism political and spiritual authority. Guru Hargobind ji stated that the Akal Takht be the spiritual authority (piri) and the temporal authority (miri)of sikhism. Guru Hargobind ji Baba Buddha Ji and Bhai Gurdas ji laid the foundation stone of the Akal Takht. The first of the 5 Takhts of sikhism . The meaning of Takhts is the seats of power were definitive orders have been instructed by Guru HArgibind ji and Guru Gobind Singh ji (1666-1708). Guru Hargobind ji established sikhs as a fighting force ever since the torture and passing of thier father Guru Arjan Dev ji In 1606.The guruship was passed to them from their father Dhan Guru Arjan Dev ji (1563-1606) at the age of 11. Guru Hargobind Ji fought 4 battles in their life time. Their son Guru Tegh Bahdhur ji fought in the last battle at the age of 13.Guru Hargobind ji defied the mughal emperors of the time by wearing a kalagi (plume of feathers and jewels) on their turban . This was to show that religious authority was a higher form than the rulers kingdom.Guru Hargobind ji freed 52 kings from prison and this day is celebrated as Bandi Chor.Although Guru Hargobind ji gave the throne of Guru Nanak Dev ji to their grandson Guru Har Rai Sahib Ji they knew that their youngest son Guru Tegh Bahdhur ji (1621-1675) would be the 9th Guru. When Guru Tegh Bahadhur was born Guru Hargobind ji bowed their head to their new born son to signify their future guruship. Guru Hargobind Ji remained on the throne as sikhism 6th Guru for 38 years the third longest guruship. Guru Hargobind performed full funeral rights for Dhan Buddha ji in 1631 washing their body and carrying Baba Buddha ji funeral pyre . Guru Hargobind ji saw the passing of their great uncle Bhai Gurdas ji . Bhai Gurdas requested no gurdwara in the memory as they were not married or had any kids . Guru Hargobind ji replied to Bhai Gurdas you always be remembered for you scribed the Gurus Bani in 1604. Bhai Gurdas ji (1551-1636) passed away in 1636. Guru Hargobind ji were father of Guru Tegh Bahadur ji Grandfather of Guru Gobind Singh ji (1666-1708) and Guru Har Rai Sahib ji.Guru Hargobind ji were great Grandfather to Guru Harkrishan (1656-1664) and the Chaar Sahibzadde (Guru Gobind Singh ji 4 sons ).Guru Hargobind ji left this world in 1644 at Kiratpur Sahib and had the third longest reign of the Sikh Gurus.They bestowed the Guruship on their Grandson Guru Har Rai Sahib ji (7th Nanak) (1630-1661) ☬

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