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Guru Gobind Singh

Description Guru Gobind Singh was born at Patna on December 22, 1666. It is said a Muslim divine Sayyid Bhikhan Shah, who was spiritual leader of the muslim community from Panjab, came to Patna to pay homage to Guru Gobind Singh. He took with him two pots, one full of Milk and the other full of water. The guru laid his hands on both the pots. It evinced that he would love both the communities alike.Even as a child at Patna, Guru Gobind Singh was loved by one and all. He was the born leader. All his companions obeyed him.[edit]
Keywords Guru Gobind Singh, Dashmesh Pita, Khalsa Creation, Bachittar Natak, Santokh Singh, Pandit Shiv Datt, Gobind Ghat, Jagta, Shah Bheekh, Nanak Mata, Pir Arif Deen, Anandpur, Raja Rattan, Raja Bhim Chand, Ram Rai, Pir Budhu Shah, Paunta Sahib, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-000632
Author Bachan Singh
Year 2000
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher Harbhajan Singh
Custodian Nanakshahi
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         108
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