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▓ सत्यम शिवम सुंदरम ▓ The verse was in praise of Lord Shiva but it never meant just Him .The Yajurveda describes Shiva as ascetic warrior Whose robe is of Deer Skin and He carries Trishul . According to the verse Satyam, Shivam ,Sundaram ,the life is described as having three facets Truth (Satyam), Good (Shivam) and the Beautiful (Sundaram). Shiva is also worshipped for internal strength to carry on good deeds. As Guru Gobind Singh pray "Deh Shiva Var Mohe Ahey ,Shubh Karman Te Kabhun Na…

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A Sikh Nihang, or warrior, performs Gatka martial arts skills during a procession at the Golden Temple in Amritsar, India, as part of celebrations of the anniversary of the birth of Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Sikh guru.

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Sikh Woman's Bold Physical Statement Draws Stares, But She's Not Worried

Mai Bhago (Late 1600s - Early 1700s) The Fearless Warrior-Saint

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Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji (1666-1708) Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji (1666-1708) Guru Tegh Bahadur's son, Guru Gobind Singh created a community of people called Khalsa. he first baptized the five sikhs who offered to give their lives for their guru and faith. then he asked them in return to initiate him. Thus Gobind Rai became SRI GURU GOBIND SINGH JI . Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji was the only son of Sri Guru TegBahadur Ji. He became Guru at the age of 9. He was married and had four sons .His…

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Sri guru gobind singh ji being some unwritten leaves in the life of the guru

Sri guru gobind singh ji being some unwritten leaves in the life of the guru The tract "Sri Guru Gobind Singh ji - Being Some Unwritten Leaves In The Life Of The Guru" was written by Sher Singh, MSc, Kashmir, on December 1, 1933, and published by Jaidev Singh Joginder Singh, Amritsar. It is a companion-tract to Dashmesh Darpan penned by the author and published by Sikh Religious Tract Society, Tarn Taran. CONTENTS. 1. Foreword 2. Guru Gobind Singh’s Personality 3. Guru Gobind Singh…

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Guru Gobind Singh was born as Gobind Rai in Patna, Bihar in India. His father Guru Tegh Bahadur, was the ninth Sikh Guru. | Sikhpoint.com

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