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Bhai Himmat Singh JI
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by:Prabhsimran Singh Brar
Who was he?
before initiation into Khalsa he was known as Bhai Himmat rai. Himmat is a Punjabi meaning for 'courageous' or 'brave'. He was one of the first five initial sikhs (infact he was third after Bhai Tharam Singh Ji) who offered to one by one lay down their heads to the guru's successive calls made at the assembley of the Sikhs especially summoned on the occasion of Vasakhi. 14 April 1699. He along with the other four Singhs received the vows of the Khalsa at Guru Gobind Singh Ji's hands.
-original name: Bhai Himmat Rai
-became Bhai Himmat Singh
-Father's name: Bhai Gulzaree Ji
-Mother's name: Matha Dhanoo Ji
-Akal chalana: Chamkaur Sahib 1705
-Shaheed at age 44 in the battle of Chamkaur
Bhai Himmat Singh Ji was one of the original Panj Payare (the five beloved) the first five Singh's to be initiated into the Khalsa way of life. He was born on January 18 1661 at Jagannath in a "low-cast" family of water suppliers. He came to Anandpur at age 17 and attached himself to the service of Guru Gobind Singh.
Bhai Himmat Singh JI
Test of Strength
Bhai Himmat Singh Ji prooved himself to be a brave warrior and while at Anandpur (city of bliss) thet took part in battles with the surrounding hill chiefs and imerial commanders. They were Shaheed in the battle of Chamkaur on 7 December 1705 together with Bhai Sahib Singh and Bhai Mokham Singh
(one of the five beloved)