The Ten Gurus & Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee

Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib Jee

Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib JiSri Guru Har Gobind was combined in his personality a saint sportsman and a soldier. His father Sri Guru Arjan Dev was a true saint but the boy Har Gobind had perceived his father's saintliness suffer and erode at the brutal hands of Mughal tyranny. When yet a little more than a child Guru Har Gobind was convinced that for sustaining the Panth sword was as essential as sainthood. He hence advocated that a Sikh Guru would represent both the Miri and Piri the Shakti and Bhakti and the Tegh and Degh. He decided to wear on his waist two swords instead of one that is one to chastise the oppressor and the other to protect the innocent." He declared that the Guru's house would henceforth combine the spiritual and the mundane powers his rosary would serve also as his sword-belt and an emblem of regality would crown his turban. He would sit in a regular court with regalia around. Sikhs were commanded to keep a sword and maintain a horse. The aureole of Guru Nanak's Sikhism and the humming melodies of his sangats had with Guru Har Gobind combined with them the dazzling brilliance and the deafening sound of swords.

 Name   Satguru Hargobind Sahib Jee (Sodh lineage)
 Place of Avtar  Vadali Sahib Amritsar
 Date of Avtar  1652 Bikrami Haar Sunday 6th June 1596
 Parents    Mata Ganga Jee Sri Guru Arjan Dev Jee

  Mata Damodari Jee Mata Nanaki Jee Mata Marvahi Jee

 Ascension to Guruship  1663 Bikrami Jeth 15th May 1605 AD Kotari Sahib (Akhal Takhat)
 Ascension to Sach Kand  1695 Bikrami Cheth 28th March 1638 Kiratpur Sahib
 Kin   Son - Baba Gurditta Jee
  Daughter - Bibi Viro Jee (Born to Mata Damodari Jee) 
  Sons - Baba Ani Rai Jee Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Jee Baba Atal Rai Jee (Born to Mata Nanaki Jee)
  Son - Baba Suraj Mal Jee (born to Mata Marvahi Jee
 Lifespan  42 years 9 months 19 days
 Guruship   32 years 10 months 12 days

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