Sahibzaada Baba Fateh Singh Ji Birthday Wishes Images and Greetings Post
Sahibzada Fateh Singh
Sahibzada Fateh Singh was born in Anandpur Sahib on 12 December 1699, the fourth son of Mata Jito, Guru Gobind Singh’s first wife. His mother died when he was one year old, and he and his brother Sahibzada Zorawar Singh were cared for by their grandmother, Mata Gujari, until their martyrdom. He and his older brother, Sahibzada Zorawar Singh are among the most hallowed martyrs in Sikhism. His name is often taken with honorary prefixes Baba (“Elder”) or Sahibzada (“Prince”).
The congregation which came to visit Guru Gobind Singh asked him to bestow them with the blessed vision of Akal Purakh (Timeless Being). The Guru instructed their youngest Prince Baba Fateh Singh Ji, who at the time was in the Guru’s lap, to give the congregation a sight of Akal Purakh. Baba Fateh Singh Ji proceeded to the room where the Guru’s treasury was kept where he closed the door and adorned himself in blue clothing. He also tied a high dummala (conical turban) brandishing a farla (loose cloth coming from within the turban), getting ready like this he made his way to Maharaj. The wearer of the plume (Guru Gobind Singh Ji) called on the congregation to arise as Akaal Purakh was proceeding to give their blessed sight. All of the congregation, including Maharaj, saluted his arrival and sat him on a high palanquin. All bowed to pay their respects because he was not Baba Fateh Singh, but was the very form of Akaal Purakh. The great Guru said that he was the very first Akali’. Baba Fateh Singh Ji although he was very young learned how to fight very well and the Mughal generals described him as an alligator or a mythical Persian creature called ‘Nihang’ when he fought for the Sikh Guru’s army.
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