JAITA, BHAI, and his brother Bhai Sirigaru, both brave warriors, accepted the Sikh faith at the hands of Guru Arjan. The Guru directed them to be in attendance upon his young son, Hargobind. In the time of Guru Hargobind, Bhai Jai ta took part in the battle of Lohgarh
JALLO, BHAI, a Sikh officiant in the time of Guru Arjan, was reputed for his probity. Bhai Gurdas, Varan, XI. 22, applauds him for his qualities of uprightness, integrity and simplicity.
JASWANT SINGH, BHAGAT (1881-1967), prominent in the Gurdwara Reform movement of 1920-25, was born at Rawalpindi, now in Pakistan, on 15 Poh 1938 Bk/27 December 1881, the son of Chaudhari Sayan Singh. After matriculating from Mission School, Rawalpindi, he passed his B.A. examination from Gordon College, Rawalpindi. In 1921,
JATTU BHIVA, BHAI, a Khatri Sikh of Guru Arjan`s time. He once visited the Guru at Amritsar and received instruction from him. His name figures in Bhai Gurdas, Varan, XI.20.
JOGA, village 19 km north of Mansa (29Â°59`N, `75Â°23`E), in Mansa district of the Punjab, has a historical shrine dedicated to Guru Tegh Bahadur. According to local tradition, the village was not in existence when the Guru visited these parts. He encamped at the site now marked by Gurdwara
KHEDA, BHAI, a Soini Khatri, has been mentioned by Bhai Gurdas, Varan, XI. 13, among prominent Sikhs of the time of Guru Nanak.
VADDA GHAR, village 19 km southwest of Moga (30"48`N, 75"10`E) in the Punjab, is sacred to Guru Hargobind, who arrived here from Darauli in 1634 staying here for five days before setting out on an extensive journey across the Malva region. A memorial platform was later constructed on the site
GOIND KUKK, BHAI, and Bhai Gola and Bhai Mohan, also Kukk Jatts, sought refuge at the feet of Guru Arjan and asked to be instructed in the path of righteousness and liberation. The Guru gave them twofold advice: "Repeat the Name of God and remember death. By remembering death,
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