GULAB SINGH BAKHSHI (d. 1716), originally a tobacco seller Bania known by the name of Gulabu, impressed with Banda Singh`s armed victories, converted a Sikh, joined him as a soldier and rose to be paymaster of his army. He took part in various battles under his command. In the
PAINDA KHAN (d. 1635), spelt Painde Khan in Sikh chronicles, was the son of Fateh Khan. an Afghan resident of the village of `Alimpur, 7 km northeast of Kartarpur in the present Jalandhar district of the Punjab. His parents died while he was still very young, and he was brought
CHHOTA MARVA, a village about 6 km to the west of Bilaspur in Ambala district of Haryana, has a historical shrine known as Gurdwara Golpur Sahib dedicated to Guru Gobind Singh. While at Kapal Mochan near Bilaspur in 1688, Guru Gobind Singh often went out on the chase. During one
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
GUJJARVAL, village in Ludhiana district, 30 km from the city (30Â°44`N, 75Â°43`E), has an historical shrine called Gurdwara Guru Sar Mariji Sahib Chheviri Patshahi. Guru Hargobind, during his tour of the Malva country in 1631, halted here and put up camp near a pool. Chaudhari Phatuhi of Gujjarval served
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