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Ever wondered how Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji looked like? Read the following picture and be enchanted;
We will soon be celebrating the 351st Perkash Dihara of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji on 25 December 2017 at Gurdwara Sahib Titiwangsa, see you there!
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We will soon be celebrating the 351st Perkash Dihara of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji on 25 December 2017 at Gurdwara Sahib Titiwangsa, see you there!

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Dear Sanggat Ji, please find the attached poster for the Vaddey and Chote Sahibzadey during our Badshah Darvesh Semagam.
The Saheedi of Vaddey Sahibzadey will be celebrated on the 23rd December 2017 and the Shote Sahibzadey on the 26th December.
On both the days, Bhai Paramjit Singh will go through the interesting sequence of events in detail. Not to be missed at any cost! Share it maximum.

*The actual dates for Vaddey Sahibzadey is on 22nd December and Shotte Sahibzadey on 27th December*
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Dear Sanggat Ji, please find the attached poster for the Vaddey and Chote Sahibzadey during our Badshah Darvesh Semagam. 
The Saheedi of Vaddey Sahibzadey will be celebrated on the 23rd December 2017 and the Shote Sahibzadey on the 26th December. 
On both the days, Bhai Paramjit Singh will go through the interesting sequence of events in detail. Not to be missed at any cost! Share it maximum.

*The actual dates for Vaddey Sahibzadey is on 22nd December and Shotte Sahibzadey on 27th December*

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In conjunction with the 351st Perkash Dihara of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji, a whole day programme has been laid with many interesting activities for the whole family and specifically to the youth.
Also, among many other activities there will be a challenge to read Guru Gobind Singh Ji's handwriting throughout the course of the day where the winner will win an IPHONE X!
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In conjunction with the 351st Perkash Dihara of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji, a whole day programme has been laid with many interesting activities for the whole family and specifically to the youth. 
Also, among many other activities there will be a challenge to read Guru Gobind Singh Jis handwriting throughout the course of the day where the winner will win an IPHONE X! 
Please share this event poster with your family and friends.

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In conjunction with Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji's 351st Perkash Dihara, the martyrdom (Shaheedi) of the Char Sahibzadey and the Barsi of Baba Thakur Singh Ji Khalsa, SGGS Academy with the support of Gurdwara Sahib Titiwangsa and the Malaysian Sanggat is proud present a a series of programs commemorating the significant dates in the Sikh Calendar. All the programs will be done at Gurdwara Sahib Titiwangsa with detailed posters coming up soon!
A FULL DAY program will be done on the 25th December 2017 with many interesting activities in order to facilitate out-of-classroom learning for the whole family.
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As 2018 is approaching, we have made a Sikh Calendar for the ease of referencing to our historical and festive dates in accordance with the Akaal Takht and the other 4 Takhts. This calendar is of the year 2074-2075 Bikarmi and has been utilised since the times of our Gurus. It is evident in the Barah Maha by Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Guru Arjan Dev Ji and Guru Gobind Singh Ji that the similar calendar was used. We have tried our level best to minimise any human errors. If there is any discrepancy or doubt, please drop us a message and we will get onto it. Thank You. To have the calendar on your smartphones (IOS & android) please click on the link below and click 'subscribe'; calendar.google.com/calendar/ical/sggsacademymalaysia%40gmail.com/public/basic.ics

Sikh Calendar 2018. Subscribe by clicking the link or scan the QR code to get reminders for all Gurpurab, Nature and Historical Dates. You will not miss any one of them next year. Live a Life with a greater Life.

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As 2018 is approaching, we have made a Sikh Calendar for the ease of referencing to our historical and festive dates in accordance with the Akaal Takht and the other 4 Takhts. This calendar is of the year 2074-2075 Bikarmi and has been utilised since the times of our Gurus. It is evident in the Barah Maha by Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Guru Arjan Dev Ji and Guru Gobind Singh Ji that the similar calendar was used.
We have tried our level best to minimise any human errors. If there is any discrepancy or doubt, please drop us a message and we will get onto it. Thank You.

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As 2018 is approaching, we have made a Sikh Calendar for the ease of referencing to our historical and festive dates in accordance with the Akaal Takht and the other 4 Takhts. This calendar is of the year 2074-2075 Bikarmi and has been utilised since the times of our Gurus. It is evident in the Barah Maha by Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Guru Arjan Dev Ji and Guru Gobind Singh Ji that the similar calendar was used. 
We have tried our level best to minimise any human errors. If there is any discrepancy or doubt, please drop us a message and we will get onto it. Thank You. 

To have the calendar on your smartphones (IOS & android) please click on the link below and click subscribe; 

https://calendar.google.com/calendar/ical/sggsacademymalaysia%40gmail.com/public/basic.ics

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Lakhvinder SinghCan i know when is the perkash of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji? Gone through the calender few times couldn't find it or maybe i missed out..

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SGGS Academy is proud to present an addition to our Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji- Our Living Guru Parchar series to Malaysian Gurdwaras. We are honoured to have Giani Sukhjeevan Singh from one of the most esteemed Sikh organisation in United Kingdom: Sikh 2 Inspire.
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SGGS Academy is proud to present an addition to our Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji- Our Living Guru Parchar series to Malaysian Gurdwaras. We are honoured to have Giani Sukhjeevan Singh from one of the most esteemed Sikh organisation in United Kingdom: Sikh 2 Inspire. 
Giani Ji is a young Percharak who has a plethora of knowledge related to Sikhi and utmost dedication. This tour will run in most major Gurdwaras in peninsular Malaysia and all are request to attend. Please share it with your friends and family.

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TODAY (23 November 2017), Maghar Sudi 5, 1732 Bikarmi (corresponding to 19th September 1675AD) is a significant day for not only the Sikhs but all Indians when the True Sovereign, Benevolent, Master of the Universe, Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Ji gave his mortal body for the freedom to practice religion. He was a pioneer in the long battle to have the liberty to practice our believes as our natural human right.
Before the martyrdom of Guru Ji, ignorant Aurangzeb questioned the capability of Guru Ji by saying, “If he is so strong in His religion then why has He kept his name Tegh Bahadur? What is the meaning of it? The Hindus consider him as their Guru and pray to Him but He has not shown any bravery at all, so how can we call Him brave? Go and ask Him the meaning of His name, otherwise He will be punished severely.”
The messenger went to Guru Ji and said, “Can you please explain the meaning of your name. Why have you kept this name? The emperor is furious and he wants you to explain the meaning of your name.”
Guru Ji replied very calmly, “The name and body of a person is his identity. Now please listen to the reason why I have been given this name. Tell the king to first find the most sharp-edged steel sword that he can get, wrap it with a piece of paper and tie a thin thread around it. Then ask him to look for the bravest warrior that he can find, who is trained to use weapons. Instruct him to strike my neck with that sword. He will not be able to cut even the paper that is wrapped on the sword. That is the power of my name. If you don’t believe in my words then you can test and find out yourself.”
The words of the True Guru obviously came true and the executioner on the fateful day at noon under a Pipal tree at the busy roundabout Chandni Chowk overlooking the Red Fort, was unable to decapitate Guru Ji’s head. After completing Japji Sahib and before the executioner could slash his sword, Guru Ji in his own wisdom placed his head in the laps of Bhai Jaita Ji. A severe sand storm brewed all over Delhi right after the martyrdom.
Only of the age of 53 years, 7 months & 15 days, his contributions to the Sikh world are aplenty with combination of any word will be insufficient to describe our Master, Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Ji.
Guru Ji’s contribution in narrating Gurbani is immense. Guru Ji composed 115 Shabads (hymns) in 15 different Rags in the span of 10 years, 7 months & 9 days (His Guruship duration). Raag Jaijaiwanti in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji is exclusively with the Gurbani of Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji. Majority of Guru Ji’s compositions is filled with so much of renunciation all worldly matters and attachments. Guru Ji’s makes its reader develop the lovelorn yearning of Almighty.
Wherever we are today lets take some time to read on the celebrated life of Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Ji.

Bhai Nand Lal writes on Guru Ji in his Ganjnama;
ਗੁਰੂ ਤੇਗ ਬਹਾਦੁਰ ਆਂ ਸਰਾਪਾ ਅਫ਼ਜ਼ਾਲ
ਜ਼ੀਨਤ ਆਰਾਇ ਮਹਿਫਲਿ ਜਾਹੋ ਜਲਾਲ॥੯੯॥
Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur was the storehouse of elevated moralities and virtues; he was instrumental to enhance the gaiety and pomp and show of the divine parties. (99)

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TODAY (23 November 2017), Maghar Sudi 5, 1732 Bikarmi (corresponding to 19th September 1675AD) is a significant day for not only the Sikhs but all Indians when the True Sovereign, Benevolent, Master of the Universe, Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Ji gave his mortal body for the freedom to practice religion. He was a pioneer in the long battle to have the liberty to practice our believes as our natural human right. 
Before the martyrdom of Guru Ji, ignorant Aurangzeb questioned the capability of Guru Ji by saying, “If he is so strong in His religion then why has He kept his name Tegh Bahadur? What is the meaning of it? The Hindus consider him as their Guru and pray to Him but He has not shown any bravery at all, so how can we call Him brave? Go and ask Him the meaning of His name, otherwise He will be punished severely.”
The messenger went to Guru Ji and said, “Can you please explain the meaning of your name. Why have you kept this name? The emperor is furious and he wants you to explain the meaning of your name.”
Guru Ji replied very calmly, “The name and body of a person is his identity. Now please listen to the reason why I have been given this name. Tell the king to first find the most sharp-edged steel sword that he can get, wrap it with a piece of paper and tie a thin thread around it. Then ask him to look for the bravest warrior that he can find, who is trained to use weapons. Instruct him to strike my neck with that sword. He will not be able to cut even the paper that is wrapped on the sword. That is the power of my name. If you don’t believe in my words then you can test and find out yourself.”
The words of the True Guru obviously came true and the executioner on the fateful day at noon under a Pipal tree at the busy roundabout Chandni Chowk overlooking the Red Fort, was unable to decapitate Guru Ji’s head. After completing Japji Sahib and before the executioner could slash his sword, Guru Ji in his own wisdom placed his head in the laps of Bhai Jaita Ji. A severe sand storm brewed all over Delhi right after the martyrdom. 
Only of the age of 53 years, 7 months & 15 days, his contributions to the Sikh world are aplenty with combination of any word will be insufficient to describe our Master, Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Ji. 
Guru Ji’s contribution in narrating Gurbani is immense. Guru Ji composed 115 Shabads (hymns) in 15 different Rags in the span of 10 years, 7 months & 9 days (His Guruship duration). Raag Jaijaiwanti in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji is exclusively with the Gurbani of Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji. Majority of Guru Ji’s compositions is filled with so much of renunciation all worldly matters and attachments. Guru Ji’s makes its reader develop the lovelorn yearning of Almighty. 
Wherever we are today lets take some time to read on the celebrated life of Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Ji. 

Bhai Nand Lal writes on Guru Ji in his Ganjnama;
ਗੁਰੂ ਤੇਗ ਬਹਾਦੁਰ ਆਂ ਸਰਾਪਾ ਅਫ਼ਜ਼ਾਲ
ਜ਼ੀਨਤ ਆਰਾਇ ਮਹਿਫਲਿ ਜਾਹੋ ਜਲਾਲ॥੯੯॥
Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur was the storehouse of elevated moralities and virtues; he was instrumental to enhance the gaiety and pomp and show of the divine parties. (99)

(Life of Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Ji- Epitome of Mercy by SGGS Academy)

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Indaraaj SinghVerji, care to explain in detail the word 'wisdom'? From below it's says the head 'flew' to Bhai Jaita Ji laps.. So 'flew' or 'wisdom'? Which is correct. Thanks ਪੁਨ ਕਾਰਾਗ੍ਰਿਹ ਕੋ ਬਡ ਪੌਰ। ਸੋ ਨਿਕਸੇ ਸੋਢੀ ਸਿਰਮੌਰ। ਲੋਕ ਹਜ਼ਾਰਹੁ ਸੁਨਿ ਸੁਨਿ ਆਏ। ਦੂਰ ਦੂਰ ਸਭਿ ਬਰਜਿ ਹਟਾਏ॥੩੨॥ Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji, the King of the Sodhis, was led out of the iron cage and through the main gate of the Prison. Outside thousands of people had gathered to witness what was about to take place, from long distances they were being turned away from that area by the Mughals. 32. ਹਿੰਦੂ ਬ੍ਰਿੰਦ ਤੁਰਕ ਸਮੁਦਾਏ। ਖਰੇ ਬਜ਼ਾਰ ਬਿਖੈ ਬਿਸਮਾਏ। ਨਿਕਟਿ ਕੂਪ ਲਘੁ ਤਿਸ ਥਲ ਗਏ। ਜਲ ਨਿਕਸਾਯੋ ਮੱਜਨ ਕਿਏ ॥੩੩॥ There were many Hindus and Muslims gathered, they were all standing in the bazaar in a state of shock due to what was about to happen. There was a small well near to the prison, Guru Ji went there and taking water out, had ishnaan. 33. ਜਪੁਜੀ ਪਾਠ ਕਰਨ ਪੁਨ ਲਾਗੇ। ਬੈਠੇ ਹੁਤੋ ਬਿਰਛ ਤਿਸ ਆਗੇ ਕਹਯੋ 'ਜਬਹਿ ਹਮ ਸੀਸ ਨਿਵਾਏ। ਤਬ ਦੇਖਹੁ, ਤੁਮ ਤੇਗ਼ ਚਲਾਏ॥੩੪॥ In front of the well there was a tree; Guru Ji sat under the tree and in full concentration started the paath of Sri Jap Ji Sahib. Before starting the paath, Guru Ji told the executioner, “When I finish the paath of Sri Jap Ji Sahib I shall bow my head. After that I will lift it again and look towards you, that is when you must strike my head with your sword.” 34. ਇਮ ਕਹਿ ਸਤਿਗੁਰ ਤਰੁਵਰੁ ਤਰੇ। ਬੈਠ ਅਡੋਲ ਪਾਠ ਜਪੁ ਕਰੇ। ਮੱਘਰ ਪੰਚਮੀ ਸੁਦੀ ਪਛਾਣਹੁ। ਸੁਰਗੁਵਾਰ ਤਬਹਿ ਪਹਿਚਾਨਹੋ॥੩੫॥ Saying this Satguru Ji sat under the tree and did Sri Jap Ji Sahib Paath in complete stillness. The day was Thursday, Maghar Sudi Panchmi. 35. ਸਮਤ ਸਤਰਾਂ ਸੈ ਬਤੀਸਾ। ਭਾਣਾ ਵਰਤਾਯੋ ਜਗਦੀਸ਼ਾ। ਸੀਸ ਦੀਯੋ ਪਰ ਸਿਰਰੁ ਨ ਦੀਨਾ। ਧਰਮ ਸੁ ਰਾਖਿਯੋ ਸ਼ਰਬ ਪ੍ਰਬੀਨਾ ॥੩੬॥ The year was 1732 Bikrami, when the master of the world Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji enacted this play. He gave his head, but not his firmness in his faith. He upheld the highest form of righteousness. 36. ਢਰਯੋ ਦੁਪਹਿਰਾ ਜਬ ਇਕ ਘਰੀ। ਜਪੁਜੀ ਪਠਤਿ ਸੁ ਪੂਰੀ ਕਰੀ। ਭੋਗ ਪਾਏ ਜਬ ਸੀਸ ਨਿਵਾਯੋ। ਪੁਨ ਊਪਰ ਕੋ ਜਬਹਿ ਉਠਾਯੋ॥੩੭॥ When one ghari of the afternoon had passed, Satguru Ji completed Sri Jap Ji Sahib, bowed his down at the completion of the paath and then looked up. 37. ਸਈਯਦ ਤਬ ਕਰ ਕੈ ਬਲ ਬਾਹੂ। ਤੇਗ਼ ਪ੍ਰਹਾਰਿ ਤਾਕਿ ਗੁਰ ਮਾਹੂ। ਕਰੀ ਚਲਾਵਨ ਗਈ ਨ ਤਹਿ ਲੌ। ਧਰ ਤੇ ਸਿਰ ਉਤਰਯੋ ਗੁਰ ਪਹਿਲੋਂ॥੩੮॥ At that point; Seyad The executioner, with full force swung his sword aiming for Satguru Ji’s neck, but his sword could not reach Guru Ji’s neck, Guru Ji’s head separated from the body before the sword could touch the neck. 38. ਫੋਕੋ ਵਾਰ ਝਟਕ ਭੁਜ ਪਰੀ। ਲਗੀ ਨ ਗ੍ਰੀਵਾ ਮਹਿ ਉਰ ਧਰੀ। ਉਡਯੋ ਸੀਸ ਹੁਇ ਅੰਤਰ ਧਿਆਨਾ। ਬਹੀ ਅੰਧੇਰੀ ਧੂਲ ਮਹਾਨਾ॥੩੯॥ Recognizing that his strike had gone unfulfilled, the executioner was shocked and in a state of fear. Sri Guru Ji’s head flew into the laps of the Sikh he had instructed to wait there (Bhai Jaita Ji), there was a great storm and darkness during this point. 39. Sri Gurpartap Suraj Granth, Raas 12, Adhyae 64 – Mahakavi Bhai Santokh Singh Ji

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Let us all today dedicate this day to our great Shaheeds who were brutally tortured to their last breath in three consecutive days from Maghar Sudhi 2nd to 4th, 1732 (Bikermi) equivalent 16th to 18th December 1675 A.D. The world stands as witness that the worst physical cruelty failed to derail them from their determination and instead motivated their courage to endure the pains to maintain the freedom of faith which all of us are enjoying today.
Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Ji was accompanied by five (5) Sikhs to Delhi after His arrest in Saifabad (now known as Patiala). Gurpertap Suraj Granth stated that the five Sikhs were namely Bhai Mati Das, Bhai Dayala Das, Bhai Gurdita Ji, Bhai Udho & Bhai Sahib Chand. In Bhat Vehi Telonda Pragna - Bhai Sati Das is stated in lieu of Bhai Sahib Chand
a. Bhai Mati Das Ji
Bhai Mati Das Ji who accompanied Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji to Delhi refused to betray His faith was then ordered by Aurangzeb to be placed between two planks of wood and to be sawed alive from head downwards.
Bhai Mati Das Ji, in his high spirits without an iota of fear started reciting Jap Ji Sahib as soon as the large saw held by two executioner was placed on the centre of his head. The saw pierce through his skull, stream of blood started flowing with pieces of his flesh.
It was only the 16th Pauri of Jap Ji Sahib when the entire body was cut half with the saw and Bhai Ji’s body fell to the ground. Bhai Mati Das Ji was reciting Japji Sahib when his execution was being performed. When Bhai Ji’s body was cut into half, both halves of his body were still reciting Jap Ji Sahib. People watching the execution were surprised and they were saying among themselves, “How can a person in this condition still continue reciting Jap Ji Sahib.”
After Jap Ji Sahib was concluded, Bhai Mati Das Ji departed to Sachkhand. Bhai Mati Das Ji attained the supreme level of spirituality.
b. Bhai Dyala Ji
Bhai Dayala Das was a prominent Sikh and he was the brother of Shaheed Bhai Mani Singh. Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji Himself addressed him as ‘Bhai Ji” in many of His Hukamnamas. In one of the Hukamnama, Guru Ji even wrote ‘Bhai Dayala’s words are My words’ in one of His Hukamnama.
When Bhai Mati Das Ji’s brutal torture failed to terrify Guru Teg Bahadur Ji, Bhai Dayala Ji was sentenced to be boiled alive. Upon listening to the verdict Bhai Dayala Ji said ‘I accept the verdict to be honoured with martyrdom.’
Bhai Dayala was then bounded with iron shackles and was made to march to Kotwali (police-station) near the Sunehri Masjid in Chandni Chowk area of Old Delhi, same place where Bhai Mati Das attained his martyrdom. The Kazi offered to set him free and a luxurious life if he would accept their faith, or a torturous death in the event of refusal. Under the orders of the Kazi, a big cauldron (a very big vessel) was brought. Bhai Dayala stood with folded hands and did an Ardaas (Humble prayer of a servant) before the Guru and said ‘Dear Guru Arjan Dev Ji, once you have endured the boiling water in Chandu’s cauldron, now please be with your humble Sikh to endure the boiling water in Aurangzeb’s cauldron’. Bhai Dayala was made to sit in this vessel. Water was put into the vessel and fire was lit under the vessel. While Bhai Dayala started reciting Sri Sukhmani Sahib the water started boiling in the cauldrum.
Blisters appeared on the entire body of Bhai Dayala and the spectators were terrified by the most inhuman scene. But Bhai Ji had before his eyes the model of martyrdom of Guru Arjan Dev Ji, who was brutally tortured under the orders of Emperor Jahangir in a similar but much worse manner.
Under the watchful eyes of thousands of spectators many of who were sobbing and graceful eyes of his Guru, Bhai Dayala Ji completed the second Astpadi of Sukhmani Sahib and the body was boiled but the recitation of Gurbani continued till its completion which was heard aloud from Bhai Dayala’s body.
c. Bhai Sati Dass
Bhai Sati Das was a writer of a high calibre, he used to script Guru Tegh Bahadur’s words in Persian language and later record the same in Gurmukhi with Bhai Mani Singh’s assistance. He was the younger brother of Bhai Mati Das.
Bhai Sati Das was brought out in the open at the same place where Bhai Mati Das and Bhai Dayala was martyred, with hands and legs bounded with iron shackles. As a true Sikh, he refused all the offers in return of his faith and accepted to be burnt alive. Bhai Sati Das Ji’s last wish was to have the glimpse of his Master, Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Ji. He started reciting Mool Mantar and the executioners wrapped him in raw cotton before setting it afire . Bhai Sati Das Ji’s body was burning in immense fire while he was standing still in the love of his Guru. He continued reciting Mool Mantar without an iota of pain under the watchful eyes of his Guru and thousands of spectators. Hari Ram Gupta writes in his ‘Guru Tegh Bahadur-A Biographical Study’ – Sati Das condemned these brutalities. He was hacked to pieces’ limb by limb.
Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib, sitting in the cage showered his blessings on his three Sikhs who had faced brutal executions with unflinching faith and courage. He was immensely pleased with the steadfastness shown by these three Sikhs which was sure to inspire many more Sikhs to emulate the examples of these brave Sikh martyrs.
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Let us all today dedicate this day to our great Shaheeds who were brutally tortured to their last breath in three consecutive days from Maghar Sudhi 2nd to 4th, 1732 (Bikermi) equivalent 16th to 18th December 1675 A.D. The world stands as witness that the worst physical cruelty failed to derail them from their determination and instead motivated their courage to endure the pains to maintain the freedom of faith which all of us are enjoying today. 
Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Ji was accompanied by five (5) Sikhs to Delhi after His arrest in Saifabad (now known as Patiala). Gurpertap Suraj Granth stated that the five Sikhs were namely Bhai Mati Das, Bhai Dayala Das, Bhai Gurdita Ji, Bhai Udho & Bhai Sahib Chand. In Bhat Vehi Telonda Pragna - Bhai Sati Das is stated in lieu of Bhai Sahib Chand
a. Bhai Mati Das Ji
Bhai Mati Das Ji who accompanied Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji to Delhi refused to betray His faith was then ordered by Aurangzeb to be placed between two planks of wood and to be sawed alive from head downwards.
Bhai Mati Das Ji, in his high spirits without an iota of fear started reciting Jap Ji Sahib as soon as the large saw held by two executioner was placed on the centre of his head. The saw pierce through his skull, stream of blood started flowing with pieces of his flesh. 
It was only the 16th Pauri of Jap Ji Sahib when the entire body was cut half with the saw and Bhai Ji’s body fell to the ground. Bhai Mati Das Ji was reciting Japji Sahib when his execution was being performed. When Bhai Ji’s body was cut into half, both halves of his body were still reciting Jap Ji Sahib. People watching the execution were surprised and they were saying among themselves, “How can a person in this condition still continue reciting Jap Ji Sahib.”
After Jap Ji Sahib was concluded, Bhai Mati Das Ji departed to Sachkhand. Bhai Mati Das Ji attained the supreme level of spirituality.
b. Bhai Dyala Ji
Bhai Dayala Das was a prominent Sikh and he was the brother of Shaheed Bhai Mani Singh. Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji Himself addressed him as ‘Bhai Ji” in many of His Hukamnamas. In one of the Hukamnama, Guru Ji even wrote ‘Bhai Dayala’s words are My words’ in one of His Hukamnama.
When Bhai Mati Das Ji’s brutal torture failed to terrify Guru Teg Bahadur Ji, Bhai Dayala Ji was sentenced to be boiled alive. Upon listening to the verdict Bhai Dayala Ji said ‘I accept the verdict to be honoured with martyrdom.’
Bhai Dayala was then bounded with iron shackles and was made to march to Kotwali (police-station) near the Sunehri Masjid in Chandni Chowk area of Old Delhi, same place where Bhai Mati Das attained his martyrdom. The Kazi offered to set him free and a luxurious life if he would accept their faith, or a torturous death in the event of refusal. Under the orders of the Kazi, a big cauldron (a very big vessel) was brought. Bhai Dayala stood with folded hands and did an Ardaas (Humble prayer of a servant) before the Guru and said ‘Dear Guru Arjan Dev Ji, once you have endured the boiling water in Chandu’s cauldron, now please be with your humble Sikh to endure the boiling water in Aurangzeb’s cauldron’. Bhai Dayala was made to sit in this vessel. Water was put into the vessel and fire was lit under the vessel. While Bhai Dayala started reciting Sri Sukhmani Sahib the water started boiling in the cauldrum.
Blisters appeared on the entire body of Bhai Dayala and the spectators were terrified by the most inhuman scene. But Bhai Ji had before his eyes the model of martyrdom of Guru Arjan Dev Ji, who was brutally tortured under the orders of Emperor Jahangir in a similar but much worse manner.
Under the watchful eyes of thousands of spectators many of who were sobbing and graceful eyes of his Guru, Bhai Dayala Ji completed the second Astpadi of Sukhmani Sahib and the body was boiled but the recitation of Gurbani continued till its completion which was heard aloud from Bhai Dayala’s body. 
c. Bhai Sati Dass
Bhai Sati Das was a writer of a high calibre, he used to script Guru Tegh Bahadur’s words in Persian language and later record the same in Gurmukhi with Bhai Mani Singh’s assistance. He was the younger brother of Bhai Mati Das.
Bhai Sati Das was brought out in the open at the same place where Bhai Mati Das and Bhai Dayala was martyred, with hands and legs bounded with iron shackles. As a true Sikh, he refused all the offers in return of his faith and accepted to be burnt alive. Bhai Sati Das Ji’s last wish was to have the glimpse of his Master, Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Ji. He started reciting Mool Mantar and the executioners wrapped him in raw cotton before setting it afire . Bhai Sati Das Ji’s body was burning in immense fire while he was standing still in the love of his Guru. He continued reciting Mool Mantar without an iota of pain under the watchful eyes of his Guru and thousands of spectators. Hari Ram Gupta writes in his ‘Guru Tegh Bahadur-A Biographical Study’ – Sati Das condemned these brutalities. He was hacked to pieces’ limb by limb.
Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib, sitting in the cage showered his blessings on his three Sikhs who had faced brutal executions with unflinching faith and courage. He was immensely pleased with the steadfastness shown by these three Sikhs which was sure to inspire many more Sikhs to emulate the examples of these brave Sikh martyrs.

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It’s today on Magar Sudhi 3 1732 BK (17th December 1675), Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji inaugurated Guru Gobind Rai Ji as the 10th Guru, two (2) days before He sacrificed Himself for the freedom of faith.
Guru Gobind Rai Ji’s age was only 10 Years 11 months 16 days. The Guruship was inaugurated in a complete compliance to the Sikh Conduct (Maryada) although Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Ji was 312 km away in Delhi. Guru Ji demonstrated a perfect amalgamation between the spiritual and worldly matters.
Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji illustrated to the world, the capability of his son, Guru Gobind Rai through an assessment when the latter composed a Dohra as a reply to the letters containing the 52 Saloks of Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Ji (Salok Mahalla 9).
The Dohra reads,
ਬਲੁ ਛੁਟਕਿਓ ਬੰਧਨ ਪਰੇ ਕਛੂ ਨ ਹੋਤ ਉਪਾਇ ॥
My strength is exhausted, and I am in bondage; I cannot do anything at all to release myself.
ਕਹੁ ਨਾਨਕ ਅਬ ਓਟ ਹਰਿ ਗਜਿ ਜਿਉ ਹੋਹੁ ਸਹਾਇ ॥੫੩॥
Says Guru Nanak, now, Almighty is my only Support; He will help me, as He did for the elephant . ||53|| (SGGSJ 1429-6, Selok, M: 9)

The above was delivered to Anandpur Sahib through a Sikh and upon receiving it in Anandpur Sahib, Guru Gobind Rai Ji read it aloud to the Sanggat. The message contained the sermons on the conclusion of life in the union with the supreme Waheguru.
Guru Gobind Rai Ji composed 54th Dohra to realise the ultimate strength and capability of Waheguru in total submission to Guru Nanak.
ਬਲੁ ਹੋਆ ਬੰਦਨ ਛੁਟੇ ਸਭ ਕਿਛੁ ਹੋਤ ਉਪਾਇ ॥
My strength has been restored, and my bonds have been broken; now, I can do everything.
ਨਾਨਕ ਸਭ ਿਕਛੁ ਤੁਮਰੈ ਹਾਥ ਮੈ ਤੁਮ ਹੀ ਹੋਤ ਸਹਾਇ ॥੫੪॥
Nanak: everything is in Your hands, Lord; You are my Helper and Support. ((54))
(SGGSJ 1429-6, Selok, M: 9)
Bhai Jetta was assigned by Guru Gobind Rai to deliver the written Gurbani to Delhi. He bid farewell and left immediately for Delhi. He travelled day and night and within a short period of time he had reached his destination. Without any fear, he went straight into the prison and met Guru Ji there. He bowed down and paid his respects to Guru Ji. When he looked up, he saw Guru Ji’s radiant face. He gave the letter and told Guru Ji about the family back home. Guru Ji took the letter and read it very quickly. He was very pleased with the reply given by His son.
Guru Ji then pondered to Himself, “My son has meditated on Almighty for thousands of years in His previous life. He is the manifestation of Almighty himself. If the earth is likened to a lake then He is like a swan on the lake. In His previous form, He had defeated many undefeatable demons. During Satyug, human beings meditated over long periods of time and obtained great powers. Seeing human beings meditating like that even the deities became worried that they may acquire more powers than them. God has blessed me with a son who is very high spiritually as a reward for my meditation. He will sit on Guru Nanak’s throne and liberate millions of human beings. Although He has great powers He did not reveal it at all in the letter. I have learnt how to bear the unbearable but my son has even higher capacity than me in toleration. He is qualified in all ways to sit on Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s throne”.
Guru Ji was very happy after reading the letter. He said to the Sikh, “Please go and get a coconut and a five cents and bring it here without any delay. Make sure the coconut is fresh.”
The Sikh left the prison and went to get what Guru Ji had ordered. He managed to get a very nice coconut and gave it to Guru Ji with a five cents coin.
Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji held the two items in his hand and thinking of His son in His heart He offered it to Him together with the powerful throne of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji. The light that was in the nine Gurus was placed in the tenth Guru, Sri Guru Gobind Rai Ji.
Guru Ji bestowed the Guruship upon Sri Guru Gobind Rai Ji on the 17th December 1675 and sent the Guruship insignia together with the following three Dohras (55, 56, 57) through Bhai Jetta to Sri Anandpur Sahib and announced that from today onwards, Guru Gobind Singh Ji will be the tenth Guru of the Sikhs. Guru Ji then said, “Take this and give to Sri Gobind Rai Ji. He is now the Guru. Do not delay travel day and night with great speed and meet Him.”
(Reference: Life of Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji – The Epitome of Mercy Published by Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Academy
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It’s today on Magar Sudhi 3 1732 BK (17th December 1675), Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji inaugurated Guru Gobind Rai Ji as the 10th Guru, two (2) days before He sacrificed Himself for the freedom of faith.  
Guru Gobind Rai Ji’s age was only 10 Years 11 months 16 days. The Guruship was inaugurated in a complete compliance to the Sikh Conduct (Maryada) although Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Ji was 312 km away in Delhi. Guru Ji demonstrated a perfect amalgamation between the spiritual and worldly matters.  
Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji illustrated to the world, the capability of his son, Guru Gobind Rai through an assessment when the latter composed a Dohra as a reply to the letters containing the 52 Saloks of Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Ji (Salok Mahalla 9). 
The Dohra reads, 
ਬਲੁ ਛੁਟਕਿਓ ਬੰਧਨ ਪਰੇ ਕਛੂ ਨ ਹੋਤ ਉਪਾਇ ॥ 
My strength is exhausted, and I am in bondage; I cannot do anything at all to release myself.
ਕਹੁ ਨਾਨਕ ਅਬ ਓਟ ਹਰਿ ਗਜਿ ਜਿਉ ਹੋਹੁ ਸਹਾਇ ॥੫੩॥
Says Guru Nanak, now, Almighty is my only Support; He will help me, as He did for the elephant . ||53|| (SGGSJ 1429-6, Selok, M: 9)

The above was delivered to Anandpur Sahib through a Sikh and upon receiving it in Anandpur Sahib, Guru Gobind Rai Ji read it aloud to the Sanggat. The message contained the sermons on the conclusion of life in the union with the supreme Waheguru. 
Guru Gobind Rai Ji composed 54th Dohra to realise the ultimate strength and capability of Waheguru in total submission to Guru Nanak.  
ਬਲੁ ਹੋਆ ਬੰਦਨ ਛੁਟੇ ਸਭ ਕਿਛੁ ਹੋਤ ਉਪਾਇ ॥
My strength has been restored, and my bonds have been broken; now, I can do everything.
ਨਾਨਕ ਸਭ ਿਕਛੁ ਤੁਮਰੈ ਹਾਥ ਮੈ ਤੁਮ ਹੀ ਹੋਤ ਸਹਾਇ ॥੫੪॥
Nanak: everything is in Your hands, Lord; You are my Helper and Support. ((54)) 
(SGGSJ 1429-6, Selok, M: 9)
Bhai Jetta was assigned by Guru Gobind Rai to deliver the written Gurbani to Delhi. He bid farewell and left immediately for Delhi. He travelled day and night and within a short period of time he had reached his destination. Without any fear, he went straight into the prison and met Guru Ji there. He bowed down and paid his respects to Guru Ji. When he looked up, he saw Guru Ji’s radiant face. He gave the letter and told Guru Ji about the family back home. Guru Ji took the letter and read it very quickly. He was very pleased with the reply given by His son. 
Guru Ji then pondered to Himself, “My son has meditated on Almighty for thousands of years in His previous life. He is the manifestation of Almighty himself. If the earth is likened to a lake then He is like a swan on the lake. In His previous form, He had defeated many undefeatable demons. During Satyug, human beings meditated over long periods of time and obtained great powers. Seeing human beings meditating like that even the deities became worried that they may acquire more powers than them. God has blessed me with a son who is very high spiritually as a reward for my meditation. He will sit on Guru Nanak’s throne and liberate millions of human beings. Although He has great powers He did not reveal it at all in the letter. I have learnt how to bear the unbearable but my son has even higher capacity than me in toleration. He is qualified in all ways to sit on Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s throne”. 
Guru Ji was very happy after reading the letter. He said to the Sikh, “Please go and get a coconut and a five cents and bring it here without any delay. Make sure the coconut is fresh.”
The Sikh left the prison and went to get what Guru Ji had ordered. He managed to get a very nice coconut and gave it to Guru Ji with a five cents coin.
Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji held the two items in his hand and thinking of His son in His heart He offered it to Him together with the powerful throne of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji. The light that was in the nine Gurus was placed in the tenth Guru, Sri Guru Gobind Rai Ji. 
Guru Ji bestowed the Guruship upon Sri Guru Gobind Rai Ji on the 17th December 1675 and sent the Guruship insignia together with the following three Dohras (55, 56, 57) through Bhai Jetta to Sri Anandpur Sahib and announced that from today onwards, Guru Gobind Singh Ji will be the tenth Guru of the Sikhs. Guru Ji then said, “Take this and give to Sri Gobind Rai Ji. He is now the Guru. Do not delay travel day and night with great speed and meet Him.” 
(Reference: Life of Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur  Ji – The Epitome of Mercy Published by Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Academy

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On Wednesday, Katak Sudhi Puranmashi 1526(B) – 29th October 1469 A.D. at 1.00am. Waheguru Himself blessed us all by coming to this world in a human form as Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji.
When Guru Nanak Dev Ji appeared, the fog of spiritual ignorance dispersed, and light shone in the world, as when the sun rises the stars disappear and darkness fades away, or as when the lion roars in the forest the timid deer immediately disappears. “Wherever, He set his foot, there was established a seat of worship.” Every home of his disciples became a Dharmsala in which the Almighty's praises were ever sung and the Almighty's name was continually repeated. The Guru established a new religion, and laid out an easy and simple way of obtaining salvation by the repetition of the Almighty's name. Guru Ji extricated (freed) man from the dreadful worldly materialistic ocean and lifted them to the boon of salvation. He cut off the fear of transmigration, and healed the malady of superstition and the pain of separation from Waheguru (“Almighty”).
Before Guru's advent, death's mace ever impended over men's heads, and the apostates and the evil spent their lives in vain. When men grasped the feet of the divine Guru, He gave them the true Word of Almighty’s Name (Waheguru) and bestowed salvation. He inspired love and devotion, the repetition of Almighty's name (simran), and the lesson that what men sow so shall they reap.
Guru Nanak abolished the caste system. No matter what lineage one belonged to, he who embraced Guru’s guidance became distinguished in the society of the holy. The six schools of philosophy were like the six seasons of the year, and the followers of the Guru, as the sun that shines over them all. Guru Nanak having abolished all sects shed great splendour on His own. Setting aside everything else, He taught all to repeat the name of the infinite Almighty who surpasses all conception. By falling at the feet of His saints and worshippers, by practising humility, are Guru's Sikhs identified. They live as hermits among their families, they efface their individuality, they pronounce the ineffable name of God, and they transgress not the will of the Creator by uttering blessings or curses upon their fellow-creatures. Thus were men saved in every direction and Guru Nanak became the true support of the nine regions of the earth .
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On Wednesday, Katak Sudhi Puranmashi 1526(B) – 29th October 1469 A.D. at 1.00am. Waheguru Himself blessed us all by coming to this world in a human form as Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji. 
When Guru Nanak Dev Ji appeared, the fog of spiritual ignorance dispersed, and light shone in the world, as when the sun rises the stars disappear and darkness fades away, or as when the lion roars in the forest the timid deer immediately disappears. “Wherever, He set his foot, there was established a seat of worship.”  Every home of his disciples became a Dharmsala in which the Almightys praises were ever sung and the Almightys name was continually repeated. The Guru established a new religion, and laid out an easy and simple way of obtaining salvation by the repetition of the Almightys name. Guru Ji extricated (freed) man from the dreadful worldly materialistic ocean and lifted them to the boon of salvation. He cut off the fear of transmigration, and healed the malady of superstition and the pain of separation from Waheguru (“Almighty”). 
Before Gurus advent, deaths mace ever impended over mens heads, and the apostates and the evil spent their lives in vain. When men grasped the feet of the divine Guru, He gave them the true Word of Almighty’s Name (Waheguru) and bestowed salvation. He inspired love and devotion, the repetition of Almightys name (simran), and the lesson that what men sow so shall they reap.
Guru Nanak abolished the caste system. No matter what lineage one belonged to, he who embraced Guru’s guidance became distinguished in the society of the holy. The six schools of philosophy were like the six seasons  of the year, and the followers of the Guru, as the sun that shines over them all. Guru Nanak having abolished all sects shed great splendour on His own. Setting aside everything else, He taught all to repeat the name of the infinite Almighty who surpasses all conception. By falling at the feet of His saints and worshippers, by practising humility, are Gurus Sikhs identified. They live as hermits among their families, they efface their individuality, they pronounce the ineffable name of God, and they transgress not the will of the Creator by uttering blessings or curses upon their fellow-creatures. Thus were men saved in every direction and Guru Nanak became the true support of the nine regions of the earth .

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Sri Jap Ji Sahib – The Ultimate Union

1. Guru Arjan Dev Ji
After five (5) days of immense torture by Chandu in Lahore, Guru Arjan Dev Ji walked along slowly until he reached the Ravi River. He cleaned his hands and face with the cool river water. He also put some water in the mouth to take away the heat from the body. Bhai Lenggah then cleaned Guru Ji’s feet after Guru Ji took his bath. He then sat down and recited Sri Jap Ji Sahib aloud. The five Sikhs (Bhai Biddhi Chand, Bhai Jetha, Bhai Langaha, Bhai Pirana and Bhai Paida), also took their bath and then joined Guru Ji to do recite Jap Ji. Guru Ji then took a dip in river Ravi and merged into His formless form.

2. Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji
Guru Ji spoke to the executioner who was given the task, “When I bend my head you can strike with your sword.” He then started doing Japji Sahib. The path was completed a little after noon. Guru Ji then bent his head down and then looked up. It was the fifth day in the month of Maghar, in the year 1732 Bikarmi (1675 A.D) when Guru Ji sacrificed his life to uphold the right to religion practice.

3. Baba Buddha Ji
Baba Buddha, who is honoured to be the limit of GurSikhi and to whom Guru is always obvious. Baba Ji was now 125 years old and he wanted to merge into his formless form from his village Ramdas. He delivered a message to Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji a day earlier and Guru Ji arrived on the same day. It was amazing to observe how the perfect Guru and His perfect Sikh greeted each other as both were attempting to touch each other’s feet. Guru Hargobind Sahib ji requested Baba Buddha Ji to utter his personal accounts with all the earlier Gurus. The whole night was spent talking and during amritvela Baba Buddha Ji took his bath and sat down. He started reciting Jap Ji in the presence of Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji. As Jap Ji sahib Pauri were progressing, Baba Buddha ji was merging into His Formless Form as he concluded with Selok he clasp his hand and bow on Guru Ji’s feet. This was the very moment of ultimate union.
Baba Buddha’s body was shouldered by Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji, Bhai Bhana, Bhai Gurdas Ji and Bhai Bidhi Chand Ji to the cremation ground. Two shrines stand in Ramdas commemorating Baba Buddha, Gurdwara Tap Asthan Baba Buddha Ji, where the family lived on the southern edge of the village, and Gurdwara Samadhan, where he was cremated.

4. Mata Gujar Kaur (Mata Gujri Ji)
It was the darkest moment of cruelty that the world will ever witness, when Baba Jorawar Singh (9 years old) and Baba Fateh Singh (7 years old) was bricked alive on 13th Poh 1761BK. Their grandmother, Mata Gujar Kaur Ji was then caged in a tower known as ‘Thanda Burj’, Mata Ji recited Jap Ji Sahib immediately after Baba Zerowar Singh and Baba Fateh Singh was beheaded cruely. Mata Ji merged into her formless form throughout the recitation of Jap Ji Sahib and her body was left behind.

5. Bhai Mati Das Ji
Bhai Mati Das Ji who accompanied Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji to Delhi refused to betray His faith was then ordered by Aurangzeb to be placed between two planks of wood and to be sawed alive from head downwards.

Bhai Mati Das Ji, in his high spirits without an iota of fear started reciting Jap Ji Sahib as soon as the the large saw held by two executioner was placed on the center of his head. The saw pierce through his skull, a stream of blood started flowing with pieces of his meat.
It was only the 16th Pauri of Jap Ji Sahib when the entire body was cut half with the saw and Bhai Mati Das Ji’s body fell to the ground. To the surprise of the audience Bhai Mati Das Ji recited Jap Ji aloud in a steady consistent tone throughout and continued the 16th Pauri from the both halves of his body laying detached on the floor soaked in blood. The audience were saying among themselves, “No one lives when the Bhai Mati Das Ji to be placed between two planks of wood and told the executioner to place a saw onto Bhai Mati Das Ji’s head.
Bhai Mati Das Ji was cut half with the saw and Bhai Ji’s body fell to the ground. Bhai Mati Das Ji was reciting Japji Sahib when his execution was being performed. When Bhai Ji’s body was cut into half, both halves of his body were still reciting Japji Sahib. People watching the execution were surprised and they were saying among themselves, “No one lives when the body is cut into two. He is praying as if he is very much still alive.”
After Japji Sahib was concluded, Bhai Mati Das Ji departed to Sachkhand. Bhai Mati Das Ji attained the supreme level of spirituality.
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Sri Jap Ji Sahib – The Ultimate Union

1. Guru Arjan Dev Ji 
After five (5) days of immense torture by Chandu in Lahore, Guru Arjan Dev Ji  walked along slowly until he reached the Ravi River. He cleaned his hands and face with the cool river water. He also put some water in the mouth to take away the heat from the body. Bhai Lenggah then cleaned Guru Ji’s feet after Guru Ji took his bath. He then sat down and recited Sri Jap Ji Sahib aloud. The five Sikhs (Bhai Biddhi Chand, Bhai Jetha, Bhai Langaha, Bhai Pirana and Bhai Paida), also took their bath and then joined Guru Ji to do recite Jap Ji. Guru Ji then took a dip in river Ravi and merged into His formless form.

2. Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji
Guru Ji spoke to the executioner who was given the task, “When I bend my head you can strike with your sword.” He then started doing Japji Sahib. The path was completed a little after noon. Guru Ji then bent his head down and then looked up. It was the fifth day in the month of Maghar, in the year 1732 Bikarmi (1675 A.D) when Guru Ji sacrificed his life to uphold the right to religion practice.

3. Baba Buddha Ji
Baba Buddha, who is honoured to be the limit of GurSikhi and to whom Guru is always obvious. Baba Ji was now 125 years old and he wanted to merge into his formless form from his village Ramdas. He delivered a message to Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji a day earlier and Guru Ji arrived on the same day.  It was amazing to observe how the perfect Guru and His perfect Sikh greeted each other as both were attempting to touch each other’s feet.  Guru Hargobind Sahib ji requested Baba Buddha Ji to utter his personal accounts with all the earlier Gurus. The whole night was spent talking and during amritvela Baba Buddha Ji took his bath and sat down. He started reciting Jap Ji in the presence of Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji. As Jap Ji sahib Pauri were progressing,  Baba Buddha ji was merging into His Formless Form as he concluded with Selok he clasp his hand and bow on Guru Ji’s feet. This was the very moment of ultimate union. 
Baba Buddha’s body was shouldered by Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji, Bhai Bhana, Bhai Gurdas Ji and Bhai Bidhi Chand Ji to the cremation ground. Two shrines stand in Ramdas commemorating Baba Buddha, Gurdwara Tap Asthan Baba Buddha Ji, where the family lived on the southern edge of the village, and Gurdwara Samadhan, where he was cremated.

4. Mata Gujar Kaur (Mata Gujri Ji)
It was the darkest moment of cruelty that the world will ever witness, when Baba Jorawar Singh (9 years old) and Baba Fateh Singh (7 years old) was bricked alive on 13th Poh 1761BK. Their grandmother, Mata Gujar Kaur Ji was then caged in a tower known as ‘Thanda Burj’, Mata Ji recited Jap Ji Sahib immediately after Baba Zerowar Singh and Baba Fateh Singh was beheaded cruely. Mata Ji merged into her formless form throughout the recitation of Jap Ji Sahib and her body was left behind.

5. Bhai Mati Das Ji
Bhai Mati Das Ji who accompanied Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji to Delhi refused to betray His faith was then ordered by Aurangzeb to be placed between two planks of wood and to be sawed alive from head downwards.

Bhai Mati Das Ji, in his high spirits without an iota of fear started reciting Jap Ji Sahib as soon as the the large saw held by two executioner was placed on the center of his head. The saw pierce through his skull, a stream of blood started flowing with pieces of his meat. 
It was only the 16th Pauri of Jap Ji Sahib when the entire body was cut half with the saw and Bhai Mati Das Ji’s body fell to the ground. To the surprise of the audience Bhai Mati Das Ji recited Jap Ji aloud in a steady consistent tone throughout and continued the 16th Pauri from the both halves of his body laying detached on the floor soaked in blood. The audience were saying among themselves, “No one lives when the Bhai Mati Das Ji to be placed between two planks of wood and told the executioner to place a saw onto Bhai Mati Das Ji’s head.
Bhai Mati Das Ji was cut half with the saw and Bhai Ji’s body fell to the ground. Bhai Mati Das Ji was reciting Japji Sahib when his execution was being performed. When Bhai Ji’s body was cut into half, both halves of his body were still reciting Japji Sahib. People watching the execution were surprised and they were saying among themselves, “No one lives when the body is cut into two. He is praying as if he is very much still alive.”
After Japji Sahib was concluded, Bhai Mati Das Ji departed to Sachkhand. Bhai Mati Das Ji attained the supreme level of spirituality.

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Guru Amar Das Ji – The Importance of Jap Ji Sahib
Guru Amar Das Ji was 72 years old and served Guru Angad Dev Ji for 12 continuous years, Macauliffe writes in his book ‘The Sikh Religion II Page.35’ “He rose at Goindwal a watch before day and proceeded to the river Beas to take water to Khadur for the Guru to bathe. Meanwhile, he repeated the Jap Ji and generally finished it half-way between Goindwal and Khadur. After hearing the Asa-Dhi-Var in Khadur, he fetched water for the Guru's kitchen, scrubbed the cooking utensils and brought firewood from the forest. Every evening he listened to the Sodar and the daily vespers and then shampooed the Guru. After putting him to rest, he returned to Goindwal, walking backwards in his supreme reverence for his spiritual master. The half-way spot where he used every morning to finish the Jap Ji is called the Damdama or breathing place”

Churamani Kavi Santokh Singh Ji writes in Sri Gur Pertap Suraj Granth (Raas 1, Ansu 56) – Upon completion of Boali Sahib (a walking down well), it was filled with pure holy water. In it, eighty-four steps were constructed downwards to the surface of water table. When the merciful Guru Amar Das Ji was counting the number of steps, he said, “When a Sikh with great love visits Boali Sahib, takes a bath in the holy shrine and who with full concentration recites a Jap Ji Sahib on each step, will be saved from the death and birth cycle of 8.4 million incarnations”. If one takes bath in the holy Boali Sahib with some other wishes, they will also be fulfilled as well.

On another historical account - One day a lady who was possessed by evil spirit was brought before Guru Amar Das Ji, Guru Ji asked Bhai Ballu to find out whether she reads Jap Ji Sahib as daily routine and if she is able to read Jap Ji Sahib by heart. It was then discovered that she did not memorise nor reads Jap Ji Sahib daily. Guru Amar Das Ji then said that the person who fails to read and memorise Jap Ji Sahib by heart is an evil spirit itself.
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Guru Amar Das Ji – The Importance of Jap Ji Sahib
Guru Amar Das Ji was 72 years old and served Guru Angad Dev Ji for 12 continuous years, Macauliffe writes in his book ‘The Sikh Religion II Page.35’ “He rose at Goindwal a watch before day and proceeded to the river Beas to take water to Khadur for the Guru to bathe. Meanwhile, he repeated the Jap Ji and generally finished it half-way between Goindwal and Khadur. After hearing the Asa-Dhi-Var in Khadur, he fetched water for the Gurus kitchen, scrubbed the cooking utensils and brought firewood from the forest. Every evening he listened to the Sodar and the daily vespers and then shampooed the Guru. After putting him to rest, he returned to Goindwal, walking backwards in his supreme reverence for his spiritual master. The half-way spot where he used every morning to finish the Jap Ji is called the Damdama or breathing place” 

Churamani Kavi Santokh Singh Ji writes in Sri Gur Pertap Suraj Granth (Raas 1, Ansu 56) – Upon completion of Boali Sahib (a walking down well), it was filled with pure holy water. In it, eighty-four steps were constructed downwards to the surface of water table. When the merciful Guru Amar Das Ji was counting the number of steps, he said, “When a Sikh with great love visits Boali Sahib, takes a bath in the holy shrine and who with full concentration recites a Jap Ji Sahib on each step, will be saved from the death and birth cycle of 8.4 million incarnations”. If one takes bath in the holy Boali Sahib with some other wishes, they will also be fulfilled as well.

On another historical account - One day a lady who was possessed by evil spirit was brought before Guru Amar Das Ji, Guru Ji asked Bhai Ballu to find out whether she reads Jap Ji Sahib as daily routine and if she is able to read Jap Ji Sahib by heart. It was then discovered that she did not memorise nor reads Jap Ji Sahib daily. Guru Amar Das Ji then said that the person who fails to read and memorise Jap Ji Sahib by heart is an evil spirit itself.

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Jap Ji Sahib – In Sikh Practices
Jap Ji Sahib plays an essential role in a Sikh life as the most read Gurbani in all occasions and practices.
a. Preparation of Karah Persad
Karah Parshad (Pudding)– is the personal offering of the Guru in His Darbar to His Congregation. It has been the practice that Guru Ji himself would consume before distribution. At the times of Guru Nanak Dev Ji till Guru Arjan Dev Ji, Guru would print his hand with all five fingers on the Karah Parshad, Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji to Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji used an arrow and Guru Gobind Singh Ji used His Kirpan. Since then, the Kirpan is used to swipe through Karah Parshad (the sewadar is to ensure that it is not too hot) during Ardaas. Karah Parshad is made of the equal quantity of Ghee, Sugar and Wheat flour. Jap Ji Sahib is read while preparing and once ready is brought to the Darbar Sahb and complete Anand Sahib of 40 stanzas is read in silence.
b. Janam Sanskar (Birth Ceremony)
Immediately upon the birth of a child, Gurmantar and Mool Mantar shall be recited aloud as this should be the first words heard in this world. Then the drops of Amrit directly from the tip of a kirpan should be dropped in the new born baby’s mouth, as this shall serve as the first consumption through his/her mouth. The Amrit is prepared while reading Sri Jap Ji Sahib as the initiation of the baby into the Khalsa Panth (Sikh Nation)
c. Amrit Sanskar
Jap Ji sahib is the first Bani read during the preparation of Khande-Bhatey Da Amrit.
d. Antim Sanskar
Jap Ji shall be recited while bathing the dead body - When a Sikh dies, his/her body must be bathed. His/her Kacchera must be changed and turban tied. While doing this Sri Jap Ji Sahib must be continuously recited." (Rehatnama Bhai Deya Singh Ji, p.76)
During the preparation of pyre after placing the deceased on the pyre, Jap Ji Sahib or Gurmantar or Mool Mantar should be recited continuously. After three days, during the collection of the remains from the cremation ground, Jap Ji Sahib shall be recited.
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Jap Ji Sahib – In Sikh Practices
Jap Ji Sahib plays an essential role in a Sikh life as the most read Gurbani in all occasions and practices.
a. Preparation of Karah Persad
Karah Parshad (Pudding)– is the personal offering of the Guru in His Darbar to His Congregation. It has been the practice that Guru Ji himself would consume before distribution. At the times of Guru Nanak Dev Ji till Guru Arjan Dev Ji, Guru would print his hand with all five fingers on the Karah Parshad, Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji to Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji used an arrow and Guru Gobind Singh Ji used His Kirpan.  Since then, the Kirpan is used to swipe through Karah Parshad (the sewadar is to ensure that it is not too hot) during Ardaas. Karah Parshad is made of the equal quantity of Ghee, Sugar and Wheat flour. Jap Ji Sahib is read while preparing and once ready is brought to the Darbar Sahb and complete Anand Sahib of 40 stanzas is read in silence.
b. Janam Sanskar (Birth Ceremony)
Immediately upon the birth of a child, Gurmantar and Mool Mantar shall be recited aloud as this should be the first words heard in this world. Then the drops of Amrit directly from the tip of a kirpan should be dropped in the new born baby’s mouth, as this shall serve as the first consumption through his/her mouth. The Amrit is prepared while reading Sri Jap Ji Sahib as the initiation of the baby into the Khalsa Panth (Sikh Nation)
c. Amrit Sanskar
Jap Ji sahib is the first Bani read during the preparation of Khande-Bhatey Da Amrit.
d. Antim Sanskar
Jap Ji shall be recited while bathing the dead body - When a Sikh dies, his/her body must be bathed. His/her Kacchera must be changed and turban tied. While doing this Sri Jap Ji Sahib must be continuously recited. (Rehatnama Bhai Deya Singh Ji, p.76)
During the preparation of pyre after placing the deceased on the pyre, Jap Ji Sahib or Gurmantar or Mool Mantar should be recited continuously. After three days, during the collection of the remains from the cremation ground, Jap Ji Sahib shall be recited.

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Greatness of Jap Ji Sahib By Guru Nanak Dev Ji -
Upon the compilation of Sri Jap Ji Sahib, Guru Nanak Dev Ji uttered the praises of Jap Ji Sahib, “Whosoever is yearning for Sikhi shall get up when the last quarter of the night (3.00am to 6.00am – subject to change based on season) is remaining, have his/her bath and recite “Jap Ji” with full vigilance and devotion. Contemplate on the meaning of Jap Ji in his mind. Such a person will attain salvation without doubt.
One who yearns for Jap Ji with devotion shall become close to me. One who reads it with focus and concentration will fulfil his desire immediately. No evil spells, strange tools (Jantar, Mantar, Tantar) or evil spirits, ghosts and great demons can do any harm to my Sikh. None of them can even come close to him that recites Jap Ji daily with love. One who has obtained human life will waste this life without Jap Ji.
For a Sikh, the Guru’s Mantar (Jap Ji Sahib is known as Mala Mantar) is worthy, it gives enormous happiness, contentment and joy in this world and hereafter. A person who being a Sikh does not memorize (recite by heart) Jap Ji is only a Sikh in name i.e. he cannot proclaim himself to be a true Sikh of the Guru.
There is no any other method greater than this. Jap Ji should be read with concentration and by cleaning the body. The heavenly cow which fulfills all desires (Kaamadhain), the heavenly wish-fulfilling jewel (chintaaman) and the heavenly miraculous tree of life (Sur-tar / Kalap Brish) etc. are incomparable to the praise of “Jap Ji.”
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Greatness of Jap Ji Sahib By Guru Nanak Dev Ji - 
Upon the compilation of Sri Jap Ji Sahib, Guru Nanak Dev Ji uttered the praises of Jap Ji Sahib, “Whosoever is yearning for Sikhi shall get up when the last quarter of the night (3.00am to 6.00am – subject to change based on season) is remaining, have his/her bath and recite “Jap Ji” with full vigilance and devotion.  Contemplate on the meaning of Jap Ji in his mind.  Such a person will attain salvation without doubt.  
One who yearns for Jap Ji with devotion shall become close to me.  One who reads it with focus and concentration will fulfil his desire immediately. No evil spells, strange tools (Jantar, Mantar, Tantar) or evil spirits, ghosts and great demons can do any harm to my Sikh.  None of them can even come close to him that recites Jap Ji daily with love.  One who has obtained human life will waste this life without Jap Ji.  
For a Sikh, the Guru’s Mantar (Jap Ji Sahib is known as Mala Mantar) is worthy, it gives enormous happiness, contentment and joy in this world and hereafter.  A person who being a Sikh does not memorize (recite by heart) Jap Ji is only a Sikh in name i.e. he cannot proclaim himself to be a true Sikh of the Guru.  
There is no any other method greater than this.  Jap Ji should be read with concentration and by cleaning the body.  The heavenly cow which fulfills all desires (Kaamadhain), the heavenly wish-fulfilling jewel (chintaaman) and the heavenly miraculous tree of life (Sur-tar / Kalap Brish) etc. are incomparable to the praise of “Jap Ji.”

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Jap Ji Sahib - Recitation & Compilation
Guru Nanak Dev Ji uttered Gurbani during His travels around the globe and while He settled in Kartarpur. Through Gurbani, He blessed the world with the ultimate gift to the mankind – salvation.
The stanzas of Sri Jap Ji Sahib were uttered in various places and most of it was composed while imparting spiritual knowledge to the blessed souls. However, Sri Jap Ji Sahib was not compiled under one title until after the inauguration ceremony of Sri Guru Angad Dev Ji. Kavi Santokh Singh’s Sri Nanak Perkash narrates as follows;
While Sri Guru Angad Dev Ji was on his throne, the benevolent Guru Nanak Dev Ji started a conversation with Guru Angad Dev Ji.
Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji said to His successor, “Now you shall adopt the sacred Mool Mantar in the most excellent form in order to reform the world. Oh, treasure of virtues! You have read and listened to the compilation of Gurbani during my time. Now, as the 2nd Guru you are to select particular stanzas and read them in a sequentially manner to me. You shall now initiate the compilation of all the stanzas under a particular title which shall later be read as part of a Sikh’s daily routine. Gurbani shall ultimately be the provider of salvation. One crosses the ocean via the ship. Similarly, the world will be saved by reading this Bani.”
On hearing this, Sri Guru Angad Dev Ji bowed and started reciting stanzas of Gurbani selectively. Upon completion, Guru Angad Dev Ji composed a Salok and Guru Nanak Dev Ji named it ‘Jap’ (Jap Ji Sahib).”
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Jap Ji Sahib  - Recitation & Compilation 
Guru Nanak Dev Ji uttered Gurbani during His travels around the globe and while He settled in Kartarpur. Through Gurbani, He blessed the world with the ultimate gift to the mankind – salvation.
The stanzas of Sri Jap Ji Sahib were uttered in various places and most of it was composed while imparting spiritual knowledge to the blessed souls. However, Sri Jap Ji Sahib was not compiled under one title until after the inauguration ceremony of Sri Guru Angad Dev Ji. Kavi Santokh Singh’s Sri Nanak Perkash narrates as follows;
While Sri Guru Angad Dev Ji was on his throne, the benevolent Guru Nanak Dev Ji started a conversation with Guru Angad Dev Ji.  
Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji said to His successor, “Now you shall adopt the sacred Mool Mantar  in the most excellent form in order to reform the world.  Oh, treasure of virtues! You have read and listened to the compilation of Gurbani during my time.  Now, as the 2nd Guru you are to select particular stanzas and read them in a sequentially manner to me.  You shall now initiate the compilation of all the stanzas under a particular title which shall later be read as part of a Sikh’s daily routine. Gurbani shall ultimately be the provider of salvation. One crosses the ocean via the ship. Similarly, the world will be saved by reading this Bani.”
On hearing this, Sri Guru Angad Dev Ji bowed and started reciting stanzas of Gurbani selectively. Upon completion, Guru Angad Dev Ji composed a Salok and  Guru Nanak Dev Ji named it ‘Jap’ (Jap Ji Sahib).”

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TODAY (25 October 2017), Ketak Sudhi 5, 1765 (Bikarmi) which translates to 19th November 1708 A.D is the day Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji merged into the formless (Joti-Joyt). Upon bestowing Guruship to Sri Guru Granth Sahib on Ketak Sudi 2, 1765Bk., the master made all the necessary preparations for the departure.
After giving all the necessary reassurance to the Sikhs, Guru Ji wore 60 kilograms of steel (1.25 Mann) comprising of various weapons and sat on his beautiful horse. An open tent with the pyre was prepared and no one was allowed to be inside.
All the Sikhs stood with folded hands and with tears in their eyes having the glimpse of their beloved Guru for the last time (physically to the bare eyes). The Sikhs in a loud tone said, Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa and Guru Gobind Singh Ji while riding directly into the lighted pyre uttered Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh.

ਮੁਕਬਲਾਂ ਮੱਦਾਹ ਗੁਰੂ ਗੋਬਿੰਦ ਸਿੰਘ ॥
ਜਾਨੋ ਦਿਲ ਰਾ ਰਾਹ ਗੁਰੂ ਗੋਬਿੰਦ ਸਿੰਘ ॥
The fortunate ones admire Guru Gobind Singh; he knows every thing in our hearts.

(Ganjnama Bhai Nand Lal Ji)
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TODAY (25 October 2017), Ketak Sudhi 5, 1765 (Bikarmi) which translates to 19th November 1708 A.D is the day Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji merged into the formless (Joti-Joyt). Upon bestowing Guruship to Sri Guru Granth Sahib on Ketak Sudi 2, 1765Bk., the master made all the necessary preparations for the departure. 
After giving all the necessary reassurance to the Sikhs, Guru Ji wore 60 kilograms of steel (1.25 Mann) comprising of various weapons and sat on his beautiful horse. An open tent with the pyre was prepared and no one was allowed to be inside. 
All the Sikhs stood with folded hands and with tears in their eyes having the glimpse of their beloved Guru for the last time (physically to the bare eyes). The Sikhs in a loud tone said, Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa and Guru Gobind Singh Ji while riding directly into the lighted pyre uttered Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh.

ਮੁਕਬਲਾਂ ਮੱਦਾਹ ਗੁਰੂ ਗੋਬਿੰਦ ਸਿੰਘ ॥
ਜਾਨੋ ਦਿਲ ਰਾ ਰਾਹ ਗੁਰੂ ਗੋਬਿੰਦ ਸਿੰਘ ॥
The fortunate ones admire Guru Gobind Singh; he knows every thing in our hearts. 

(Ganjnama Bhai Nand Lal Ji)

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Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Academy added 4 new photos.

Today we are celebrating Bandi Chor Divas commemorating the release of Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji from the Gwalior Fort. The liberator Guru released 52 prisoners (Rajput Kings) by asking them to hold onto his Chola's Kliaan (pleats). We have attached the image of the Chola below. This day coincides with Diwali and has been celebrated in Sri Harmandir Sahib since the times of Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji (Ref: Mahankosh by Bhai Kahn Singh Nabha).
This day of Diwali is when congregations used to be held in Guru's Darbar and it is evident with the Hukamnamas issued by Guru Jis commanding the Sanggat to come into congregations. We have attached 2 Hukamnamas of Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Ji and 1 Hukamnama of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji mentioning Diwali.
Lastly, this is also the day for which Bhai Mani Singh Ji Shaheed gave his life.
May the Khalsa traditions flourish always!

(To read more get a copy of Jivan Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Ji by SGGS Academy)
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Today we are celebrating Bandi Chor Divas  commemorating the release of Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji from the Gwalior Fort. The liberator Guru released 52 prisoners (Rajput Kings) by asking them to hold onto his Cholas Kliaan (pleats). We have attached the image of the Chola below. This day coincides with Diwali and has been celebrated in Sri Harmandir Sahib since the times of Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji (Ref: Mahankosh by Bhai Kahn Singh Nabha). 
This day of Diwali is when congregations used to be held in Gurus Darbar and it is evident with the Hukamnamas issued by Guru Jis commanding the Sanggat to come into congregations. We have attached 2 Hukamnamas of Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Ji  and 1 Hukamnama of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji mentioning Diwali. 
Lastly, this is also the day for which Bhai Mani Singh Ji Shaheed gave his life. 
May the Khalsa traditions flourish always! 

(To read more get a copy of Jivan Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Ji by SGGS Academy)

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Gret KaurThanks for sharing. 9th Guruji's hukumnama mentioned above is on what page?

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In conjunction with the Gurta Gaddi Divas of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji we will be having a Seminar, Kirtan and Katha at Gurdwara Sahib Pusing Perak Malaysia on 21st Oct 2017 (more details in the poster below); We hope to see you soon! ... See MoreSee Less

In conjunction with the Gurta Gaddi Divas of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji we will be having a Seminar, Kirtan and Katha at Gurdwara Sahib Pusing Perak Malaysia on 21st Oct 2017 (more details in the poster below); We hope to see you soon!

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