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Names of Chaar Sahibzaade

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Names of Chaar Sahibzaade
1. Baba Ajit Singh Ji
2. Baba Jujhar Singh Ji
3. Baba Zorawar Singh ji
4. Baba Fateh Singh Ji
Introduction
This presentation is about the Chaar Sahibzaade. The Chaar Sahibzaade were the tenth Guru's son's, Guru Gobind Singh Ji. They all passed away at an young age while fighting for Sikh religion.
Baba Jujhar Singh Ji
Baba Jujhar Singh ji, the second son of Guru Gobind Singh, was born to Mata Jito ji at Anandpur. Watching his brother Baba Ajit Singh ji get Shaheed, Baba Jujhar Singh ji thought to fight in the battlefield, as well. He asked his father, "Guru Sahib, permit me, dear father, to go where my brother has gone. Don't say that I am too young. I am your son. I am a Singh, a Lion, of yours. I shall prove worthy of you. I shall die fighting, with my face towards the enemy, with the Naam on my lips and the Guru in my heart." Guru Gobind Singh Ji gave his blessings to Baba Jujhar Singh. Baba Jujhar Singh Ji then led the next group of five. to the battlefield. Baba Jujhar Singh Ji then passed away while fighting.

Baba Zorawar Singh Ji
Baba Zorawar Singh Ji , the third son of Guru Gobind Singh, was born to Mata Jito Ji at Anandpur. While crossing the Sirsa river on a horse's back, the three were separated from Guru Gobind Singh ji. Their cook, Gangu, escorted them to his own house in the village of Kheri, While unsaddling the horse, Gangu saw that there was some valuables in the saddlebag. He not only stole the saddlebag during the night, but also planned to betray the people he saved to the government in hope of a reward. Wazir Khan tried to lure the Sahibzaade to embrace Islam, but they did not agree. He then threatened them with death, but they remained undaunted. The death sentence of the two children was finally announced. Still adamant, the young Sikhs were ordered to be sealed alive in a brick wall on December 25, 1704. As they were getting sealed, the brick wall around their bodies collapsed. Then Wazir Khan decided to call the 2 prisoners again and demanded them to cut Baba Zorawar Singh Ji's and Baba Fateh Singh Ji's neck.
Baba Ajit Singh Ji
Baba Ajit Singh, the eldest of four sons of Guru Gobind Singh, was born to Mata Jito ji at Paonta sahib. Guru Gobind Singh returned with his family to Anandpur where Baba Ajit Singh Ji was. An unequal battle started at sunrise on 7 December 1705 . After they didn't have enough arrows, they made allies in groups of five each to start killing as much people as they can with swords and spears. Baba Ajit Singh Ji led one of the groups and laid down his life fighting in the battle. He was 18 years old at the time of his sacrifice for his faith. Gurdwara Katalgarh now marks the spot where he fell, followed Baba Jujhar Singh Ji , who led the next group.
CHAAR SHAIBZAADE
Baba Fateh Singh JI
Baba Fateh Singh, the youngest of Guru Gobind Singh's four sons, was born to Mata Jito ji at Anandpur. On 25 December 1705, Fateh Singh ji and his elder brother, Zorawar Singh ji were bricked alive.
Conclusion
All that they had to do to get all these luxuries was to abandon their religion. These young children were asked two options. A brutal, painful and tragic death within a wall of bricks and cement or to change into muslims. The world salutes the sacrifice of these sahibzadee who never once thought of giving up their religion so that they can live.
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