Mata Gujri foresaw what was going to happen to them. Thus she prepared him for the great mission ahead. Mata Gujri with her younger grandsons, Zorawar Singh and Fateh Singh, ages 8 and 5 respectively, was separated from other members of the family while crossing the rivulet Sirsa which was in flood. After the death of Guru Hargobind in , Tegh Bahadur with his mother and wife shifted from Kiratpur to village, Bakala near Amritsar where the family stayed for twenty-one years. Next day the governor made the tempting offers again but they rejected all of them. She showed courage at the time of parting and bore the ultimate trial with fortitude. In December Guru Gobind Singh had to vacate the fort at Anandpur due to the prolonged siege by the Mughal troops.
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Todar Mal, a rich business man, cremated the three dead bodies by purchasing the land at a huge price. Now Mata Gujri gijri busy caring for the child Gobind Rai.
In due course of time, the family with Bhai Kirpal Chand left Patna and on the way stayed for a few days at Lakhnaur near Ambala with the brother of Mata Gujri in The Guru nominated Gobind Rai as a successor as he knew that his end was near.
She continued and emphasized the institution of martyrdom in Sikhism. World Gurudwaras World Gurudwaras will strive to be most comprehensive directory of Historical Gurudwaras and Non Historical Gurudwaras around the world.
Thus she prepared him for the great mission ahead. In when Guru Tegh Bahadur was installed the ninth Guru, he along with his mother, wife and some followers went to Hari Mandar at Amritsar to pay his respect and from there he went to Kiratpur. In December Guru Gobind Singh had to vacate the fort at Anandpur due to gujrri prolonged siege by the Mughal troops. In Guru Tegh Bahadur purchased a large tract of land and founded a new town, Chakk Nanki, named fujri his mother.
Some of them went to complain to Mata Gujri. A deputation of the Pandits of Kashmir complained to Kata Tegh Bahadur against the policy of their forced conversion to Islam adopted by the Governor of Kashmir as desired by Aurangzeb in She bore the ultimate trial with fortitude. Mata Gujari was the daughter of Bhai lal Chand Subulikka and Bishan Kaur, a pious couple of Kartarpur, in present-day kapurthala district of the Punjab.
Gurdwara, Joti Sarup, was erected later on at that place where the Sahibzadas were beheaded. The three of them were led by their gujru, Gangu, to the latter’s village, Saheri, near Morinda in present day Ropar district, where he treacherously betrayed them to the local Muslim officer. Bishan Kaur, the mother, had been charmed by the handsome face of Tegh Bahadur and she and her mxta pledged the hand of their daughter to him. When it was pointed out to him, he showed ignorance and protested for being blamed.
It shows the grandmother is still watching her grandsons.
It was a summer resort for officers but most uncomfortable for eighty years old lady and two children without any warm clothes in the month of December. When they told Mata Gujri all, she kissed them and advised them to remain steadfast in their faith.
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She consoled them and remarked that her son could not kill his Sikhs. They were given twentyfour hours to think and promised many gifts and comfortable lives if they agreed. From Lakhnaur the family proceeded to Chakk Nanaki where Guru Tegh Bahadur rejoined them in March after spending some more time traveling through the Malva region and meeting sangats. The whole family reached Chakk Nanki in and was received by the people with open arms.
Mata Gujri foresaw what was going to happen to them. Mata Gujari and her grandsons gd arrested on 8 December and confined in Sirhind Fort in what is referred to in Sikh chronicles as Thanda Burj, the cold tower. He was biting his lips in rage for his failure to capture the Guru. At night, he stole. On 11 December they were ordered to be bricked up alive in a wall, but, since the masonry crumbled before it covered their heads, they were executed the following day. Two tombs in white marble for the Sahibzadas were built within the four walls while the mat dedicated to Mata Gujri is on the ground floor.
Both of them refused to give up their faith.
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As the children were summoned to appear in court from day to day, the grandmother kept urging them to remain steadfast in their faith.
From the whole family stayed at Chakk Nanki. She was assisted in the task by her younger brother, Kirpal Chand.