She arranged his marrigae, and she loved his sons, Sri Chand and Lakhmi Das, as her own. Guru Nanak reciprocated her affection and, after he had quit the Nawab`s service to go out to preach his message, he did not fail to visit Sultanpur and meet his sister between whiles. Once as he visited her in 1518, Bebe Nanaki, seeing her end near, detained him a short while. As she had wished, she departed this life in the presence of her brother Guru. Three days later, her husband, Jai Ram, also expired. Guru Nanak himself performed their obsequies.
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