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Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji. 1621 - 1675. Ninth Guru. Youngest son of Guru Hargobind Sahib & Bibi Nanaki Born in Amritsar in 1621 Trained as a soldier & horse rider Religious education from Baba Budha ji & Bhai Gurdas ji. Life Story. Married to Mata Gujari Ji in 1633

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Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji

1621 - 1675


Ninth Guru

  • Youngest son of Guru Hargobind Sahib & Bibi Nanaki

  • Born in Amritsar in 1621

  • Trained as a soldier & horse rider

  • Religious education from Baba Budha ji & Bhai Gurdas ji


Life Story

  • Married to Mata Gujari Ji in 1633

  • Nine years later settled down in a village called Bakala

  • Meditated for many years


Leader

  • Guru Teg Bahadur accepted the role of leading the Sikhs.

  • Set out on a number of journeys….

  • Kiratpur, Goindwal, Khadur Sahib, Amritsar and Taran Taaran Sahib…

  • Preached honest work and charity

  • Settled at Patna where he left his family for a while & went to eastern states of India


Birth of Gobind Rai

  • His son Gobind Rai was born in 1666 at Patna

  • He met his son after several years

  • Finally in 1672 he came to Anandpur Saheb where he settled


Shaheedi

  • The Muslim emperor Aurangzeb wanted to convert everybody to Islam

  • Ordered Hindu Pandits of Kashmir to be converted

  • Pandits asked Guru Teg Bahadur to help


Shaheedi contd…

  • Gobind Rai asked Guru ji the reason for Pandits visit

  • Guru ji replied that unless a holy man lays his life the Hindus can not be saved

  • Gobind Rai suggested to his father that there can not be a bigger saint than him and suggested him to go and face Mughals challenge


Tortures

  • Starved

  • Kept behind iron bars

  • Made to watch shaheedi of

    • Bhai Mati Das

    • Bhai Sati Das

  • Finally beheaded publicly in Delhi (gurdwara Sees Ganj)


Cremation

  • Lakhi Shah Vanjara took Guru ji’s body and in order to cremate him set fire to his house!

  • Bhai Jaita took Guru ji’s Sis to Anandpur Saheb to hand over to Guru Gobind Singh ji


Teachings

  • Honesty, devotion, self less service.

  • Kurbani

  • Shabads gurbani


Khalsa

  • His son Guru Gobind Singh ji became guru at a young age of nine layers

  • He later laid the Khalsa panth learning from the teachings of guru Tegh Bahadur Ji


Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh

vwihgurU jI kw ^wlswvwihgurU jI kI Pqih


  • Sis Dea Par Sirar Na Deea

  • Dharam Het Saka Jin Keea


  • Tilak Janjhu Rakha Prabh Taa Kaa

  • Keeno Bado Kaluu mai Saaka


  • Sadhan Het Iti Jin Kari

  • Sis Deaa Par See Na Uchari

Sadhan Het Iti Jin Kari

Meaning – he who sacrificed himself for the sake of sadhus

Sis Deaa Par See Na Uchari

Meaning – he sacrificed his life


  • Natak Chetak Keeye Kukaja

  • Prabh Logan Ke Aavat Laaja


  • Dhan Guru Teg Bahadur Saheb


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