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Transcript of Panj Pyare
By: Simran Kaur, Amberpreet Hayer, Meher Bhullar, and Gurleen Hayer
Bhai Daya Singh Ji: 1699 and After
Bhai Daya Singh Ji was the first to rise and offer his head when Guru Gobind Singh Ji during the Vaisakhi of 1699
Because of this, he was basically the leader.
He was with Guru Ji during the siege of Anandpur fort, which began on May 3rd, 1704.
Together they evacuated the Anandpur Fort
In fact he was with Guru Ji during the most trying period after evacuation from Anandpur fort
On the evacuation of the Chamkaur Garhi, he was separated from Guru Ji when he designated to stay with Him
He stayed with Guru Ji for the rest of his life.
Bhai Daya Singh Ji: His Shaheed
Guru Ji remained with Bhai Daya Singh Ji until Guru Ji left for his home in Nanded on October 7th 1708. Bhai Daya Singh Ji also stayed in Nanded and created a home but he was not with Guru Gobind Singh Ji. He became the leader of the Sikhs, providing support, strength and a rallying point. Bhai Daya Singh Ji left his body near Guru Gobind Singh Ji's "angeetha."
What are the names of the Panj Pyare?
Bhai Daya Singh Ji (Bhai Daya Ram)
Bhai Dharam Singh Ji (Bhai Dharam Ram)
Bhai Himmat Singh Ji (Bhai Himmat Rai)
Bhai Mokham Singh Ji (Bhai Mokham Chand)
Bhai Sahib Singh Ji (Bhai Sahib Chand)
What does Panj Pyare mean?
Panj Pyare means “The five loved-ones.”
Bhai Daya Singh Ji:After the Escape
On December 25th 1704 Guru Gobind Singh Ji reunited with Bhai Daya Singh Ji, Bhai Dharam Singh Ji, and Bhai Man Singh Ji in Machiwara.
Their group went to Dana where a Sikh presented Guru Ji with a horse as a gift but Guru Ji gave the beautiful horse to Bhai Daya Singh Ji.
It was from Dina only Guru Ji dispatched Bhai Daya Singh to deliver the Zafarnama - the letter of victory, to Emperor Aurangzeb in Deccan, South India.
The letter could not be properly delivered due to the fact that Aurangzeb died of a sudden death
Bhai Daya Singh Ji headed back to Punjab but met Guru Ji at Rajasthan where Guru Ji was heading south to Deccan.
Bhai Daya Singh Ji joined them.
Bhai Daya Singh Ji: The Rock
Nanded, which is located on the banks of river Godavari, is where Guru Ji stopped to camp in July 1708. One day Guru Gobind Singh Ji picked up a rock and tossed it from is left hand to his right hand and then to the flowing river of Godavari where it sank. Guru Ji asked Bhai Daya Singh Ji why the rock sank. Bhai Daya Singh Ji rejoined that it sank because the rock left Guru Ji's hands which had provided protection and care to the rock. This was a response that had reflected from Guru Ji's teachings. Any other rational mind would've thought because of gravity and the density of the rock.
Bhai Daya Singh Ji: Early Life
Bhai Daya Singh Ji was born named as Bhai Daya Ram and as a Sobti Khatri in Lahore in 1661 to Bhai Suddha Ji and Mata Mai Diali Ji.
His occupation was a shopkeeper.
In 1677, his father travelled to Anandpur along with his family including his young son, Daya Ram, to pay their respect to Guru Gobind Singh, this time to settle there permanently.
Bhai Daya Singh Ji: Aftermath
Today, an angeetha memorial in his loving memory exists next to Takht Shri Hazoor Sahib. It lies next to Guru Gobind Singh Ji's memorial. Bhai Daya Singh Ji is a true role model and an ideal Sikh.
Bhai Dharam Singh Ji: Early Life
Son of Bhai Sant Ram and Mai Sabho of Hastinapur; near Ganga river.
Born In 1666 and Birth name was Dharam Das.
Bhai Dharam Singh Ji: Adulthood
Bhai Dharam Singh ji:
Darshan of Guru
As a young man he was fortunate to have sangat of a Sikh who told him about teachings of Guru.
At age of thirty he left his home for quest of God.
In 1968 he went to Anandpur Sahib to seek darshan of Guru Gobind Singh ji.
He joined the Sangat and started to live there.
In 1699 he gave his head to Guru and became second of the Panj Pyare.
Bhai Dharam Singh Ji: Battles
He left Anandpur Sahib with Guru Ji and fought the battle of Chamkaur Sahib.
Bhai Dharam Singh ji helped Prince Mua'zzam for throne by fighting in the battle of Jajau in 1707.
Bhai Dharam Singh Ji also delivered Zafarnamah, the Letter of Victory, to Emperor Aurangzeb with Bhai Daya Singh ji.
Bhai Dharam singh Ji stayed with Guru Gobind Singh Ji at Nanded and died at Nanded where Angitha Sahib stands in their memory.
Bhai Sahib Singh Ji: Early Life
Bhai Sahib Singh was born in 1693 at Bidar, to Bhai Guru Narayana and Ankamma Bai of the Nai clan. His original birth name was Sahib Chand.