BISHAN KAUR, mother of Mata Gujari and wife of Lal Chand, was a woman gifted with good looks and fortune. Both husband and wife were the devoted Sikhs of Guru Hargobind. They were among the guests assembled to witness the nuptial ceremonies of Suraj Mall, son of Guru Hargobind.
CHITRA SAIN, a devotee of Guru Hargobind, came to Kartarpur on the Baisakhi day to pay obeisance to the Guru. He had come to present, as he had pledged in fulfilment of a wish, the Guru with a horse, white hawk and the robes. The Guru felt pleased with
DAMODARI, MATA (1597-1631), daughter of Narain Das, aJulka Khatri of the village of Dalla, 6 km southeast of Sultanpur Lodhi in Kapurthala district of the Punjab, was married to Guru Hargobind (1595-1644) on 15 February 1605. She gave birth to a son, Baba Gurditta (b. 1613), and a daughter, Bibi
DESAN, MAI, a childless woman from a Sandhu Jatt family of Patti in Amritsar district, once approached Guru Hargobind praying for the boon of a child. The Guru advised her to remain content with what God had willed for her, but, as she persisted in her request, he made
HARIDAS, BHAI, a Soini Khatri, was the superintendent of the State jail in Gwalior Fort during the reign of Emperor Jahangir (1605-27). When Guru Hargobind was detained in Gwalior Fort under the orders of the Emperor, Haridas treated him with great veneration and devotion.
HEMA, BHAI, a devout Sikh of Khanpur, a village now known as Khan Chhapn, 8 km west of Goindval (30Â°22`N, 75"9`E) in Amritsar district of the Punjab, who would extend the hospitality of his humble thatched hut, chhapn`m Punjabi, to any Sikh or holy man. Once, during the winter
\'ABDULLA BHAI\', Abdul according to some Sikh chroniclers, was a Muslim minstrel who recited heroic balladry at Sikh congregations in the time of Guru Hargobind (1595-1644). Abdul was born in the village of Sursingh, now in Amritsar district of the Punjab. He first came to Amritsar in 1606 at the
LAKKHU, BHAI, a pious Sikh of the time of Guru Hargobind (1595-1644) was also a brave warrior. He commanded a troop in the battle of Kartarpur fought against the imperial army under Qutab Khan,faujdar of Jalandhar and a cousin of Painda Khan. Painda Khan, the Pathan who had been
MALLA, village 13 km east of Jaito (30Â°-26\'N, 74Â°-53\'E) in Faridkot district of the Punjab, is sacred to Guru Hargobind, whose daughter Bibi Viro was married to Bhai Sadhu, an inhabitant of this village. According to local tradition. Guru Hargobind himself passed through the village during his travels in
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