Guru Tegh Bahadur, besides being the ninth Sikh Guru, is a representative and symbol of defence of human rights and religious faith. It was his martyrdom and sacrifice against the religious persecution of the Hindus and the Indians by the bigoted Muslim emperor Aurangzeb which sowed the seeds of downfall of the mighty Mughal Empire. This comprehensive biography written by a well-known Sikh scholar traces the couple biographical profile of Guru Tegh Bahadur as well as his supreme sacrifice. The book is very well documented, based on authentic archival records and is fairly objective account.
Goindwal, Darohi, Kartarpur, Bakala, Conspirators, Makhowal, Patna, Dacca, Kamrup, Aurangzeb, Brahmins, Martyrdom, Mata Gujri, 
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