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4 Sahibzada

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bob gogglewiggle

on 27 January 2013

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By Kiran Goindi 8E The Char Sahibzade Inspirational People project Introduction Conclusion This presentation that I will be showing you is all about the Char Sahibzade. The Char Sahibzade means means the 4 princes/ Sons. The Char Sahibzade were the sons of the 10nth Guru, Guru Gobind Singh Ji. They all died fighting at a young age for the Sikh religion. They were the youngest Martyrs in the history of man kind and this is one of the main reason why I chose them. Sahibzade Ajit Singh. Sahibzade Jujhar Singh Sahibzade Zorwar Singh & Sahibzade Fateh Singh The Char Sahibzade as I said are the youngest
Martyr's in the history of man kind and they
are inspirational to me for that reason. They also died and did it for what they believed in and didn't covert to muslim. Thank you. Sahibzade Ajit Singh (11th February 1687- 7th December 1605 18 years old) was the eldest of Guru Gobind Singh Ji's children. The reason why I chose Sahibzade Ajit Singh as one of my inspirational people is beacause they were as I said the youngest Martyr's in the history of man kind. However its also how they died and what they were doing and what they believed in. In an unequal but sad and grim battle started in the early morning (sunrise) of 7th December 1705. Around 40 thousand people died. Sahibzade Ajit Singh led one of the groups of 5(sallies) sacrificing his life in the thick battle. They split up into groups and went to into hand combat because they ran out of arrows and other weapons. He died there at the age of 18 in his sacrifice for his faith. Gurdwara Qatalgarh now marks the spot where he fell, followed by Sahibzade Jujhar Singh, who led the next sally. Sahibzade Jujhar Singh (27th September 1691-
7th December 1705 14) was the second son of
Guru Gobind Singh Ji. Sahibzade Jujhar also died
in the thick battle. He also led another sallie,
Group of 5, into hand combat when they ran out of their weapons. As I said his body at Gurdwara Qatalgarh now marks the spot where he fell, followed by Sahibzade Ajit Singh, who led another sallie. Sahibzade Zorwar Singh ( 28th November 1696-
26th December 1705 9 years old) and Sahibzade Fateh Singh (12 December 1699 - 26 December 1705 6 years old) were the youngest children of Guru Gobind Singh Ji. the 2 children were very attached to the grandma Mata Gujari. Here is basically what happend to them. While crossing on horseback the rivulet Sirsa, the three were separated from Guru Gobind Singh. Their cook, Gangu, who had also succeeded in crossing the stream, escorted them to his own house in the village of Kheri, now known as Saheri, near Morinda in presentday Ropar district.On the morning of 21 December 1705, the day of the battle of Chamkaur, Sahibzada Zorawar Singh Ji, along with Sahibzade Fateh Singh Ji and their grandmother, was taken into custody by Jani Khan and Mani Khan Ranghar, the officials at Morinda after their cover was blown by Gangu who reported them to the Mughal authorities. Then on the 26th of December 1705 they got bricked alive and died. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=fD-NNrOWWnQ
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