Mata Bhag Kaur Ji
Mata Bhag Kaur Ji used to be a descendant of Pero Shah, the youthful brother of Bhai Launga a Dhillon Jatt who had transformed a Sikh throughout the time of Guru Arjan. Born at her ancestral village of Jabal, in present-day Amritsar district of Punjab, she was once married to Nidhan Singh Varaich of Patti. A staunch Sikh with the aid of start and upbringing.
Mughals and hilly chiefs had surrounded Anandpur and have been stressful it be evacuated. They are known as that any Sikh who says “he/she is now not anymore a Sikh of Guru Gobind” will be left untouched. A crew of forty Sikhs, led by way of Mahan Singh Brar advised Guru Gobind Singh that they are no longer his Sikhs anymore. Guru advised them that they have to write it in a document, that “they are no longer his Sikhs anymore” and signal it. All forty Sikhs signed this file Bedava and left Guru Gobind Singh. Mai Bhago was once distressed to hear that some of the Sikhs of her neighbourhood who had long gone to Anandpur to battle for Guru Gobind Singh had abandoned him below unfavourable conditions. Hearing her taunts, these Sikhs were ashamed at their deed. She rallied the deserters persuading them.
Meanwhile, Guru Gobind Singh had to evacuate the fortress of Anandpur, his teenagers had been misplaced in the confusion. Two youngest one’s Zorawar Singh and Fateh Singh went alongside with their grandmother (mother of Guru Gobind Singh). While elder one’s Ajit Singh and Jhujhar Singh have been with their father. Then at hostilities of Chamkaur Guru’s elder sons attained martyrdom, Guru was once saved by using 5 Sikhs and he evacuated Chamkaur and was once visiting in Malva region, being pursued with the aid of Mughal forces of Aurungzeb. Travelling day and night time in the Jungles of Malva region, imperial Mughal forces have been the inconsistent pursuit of Guru. Guru Gobind Singh reached the village of Khidrana, when Mai Bhago and the men, she has once main stopped close to the pool of Khidrana the place an imperial navy in pursuit of Guru Gobind Singh had nearly overtaken him. They challenged the pursuing host and fought furiously forcing it to retreat. All forty Sikhs attained martyrdom in this pitched battle, in which Guru himself was once assisting them with a bathe of arrows from a close-by excessive ground, discovered all the guys beside one Mahan Singh, killed when he visited the battlefield. Mai Bhago and Guru Gobind Singhji have been the sole survivors of this fiercely fought battle.
Mahan Singh, who had been severely wounded, additionally died as the Guru took him into his lap. Guru Gobind Singh blessed these forty lifeless as the Forty Liberated Ones. He took into his care Mai Bhago who had additionally suffered harm in the battle. She thereafter stayed on with Guru Gobind Singh as one of his bodyguards, in male attire. After the demise of Guru Gobind Singh at Nanded in 1708, she retired similarly south. She settled down at Jinvara, eleven km from Bidar in Karnataka where immersed in meditation, she lived to obtain a ripe ancient age. Her hut in Jinvara has now been transformed into Gurdwara Tap Asthan Mai Bhago. At Nanded, too, a corridor inside the compound of Takht Sachkhand. Sri Hazur Sahib marking the web page of her dwelling is acknowledged as Bunga Mai Bhago.
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