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Mata Gujri Ji

Mata Gujri Ji

Mata Gujri Ji

Mata Gujri Ji

Born: 1624, Kartarpur, in Kapurthala Disst. Punjab
Joti Jot: 1705
Spouse: Guru Teg Bahadur Ji
Children: Guru Gobind Singh Ji
Grandmother: Ajit Singh, Jujhar Singh, Zorawar Singh, Fateh Singh
Parents: (father) Bhai lal Chand Subulikka (mother) Bishan Kaur

Mata Gujri Ji (1624–1705) was the married to (4 February 1633) Guru Tegh Bahadur , the ninth Guru of Sikhism, and the mother of Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Guru of Sikhism. She is considered to be one of the prominent figures in history of Sikhism.
Mata Gujri was born in Sikh Gurjar family as the daughter of Bhai Lal Chand Subulikka of Kartarpur, in Kapurthala district of the Punjab.

History
Mata Gujri and her younger Grandsons Sahibzada Fateh Singh and Sahibzada Zorawar Singh sought shelter with a servant of Guru Gobind Singh called Gangu, a priest by profession and Brahmin by caste. Gangu(Brahmin) betrayed them by telling the Mughals where Mata Gujri and her grandchildren were staying. Mata Gujri was murdered along with her two younger sons, under the command of the Mughal ruler Aurangzeb for refusing to convert to Islam. Mata Gujri was ordered to lay on an ice block and her grandchildren were bricked alive. While the younger Sahibzadey were being bricked alive they were reciting the holy Japji Sahib.

Mata Gujar Kaur and the two youngest Sahibzadas were arrested Fatehgarh Sahib, near Sirhind on December 8, 1705. They were dedicated to Mata Gujari an open tower known as Gurudwara Thanda Burj meaning "cold tower" Here, on the ground floor, a small domed pavilion in white marble. This is where Mata Gujari spent the last four days of her life. About one kilometer to the southeast of it is Gurdwara Joti Sarup. and without warm clothing and little food. Mata Gujar Kaur encouraged her Grandsons to remain steadfast in their faith. Mughal efforts to convert the boys to Islam failed. On three-day fair held from 1113 Poh, Bikrami dates falling December 11, 1705, the two younger sahibzade aged 7 and 9 were bricked up alive. They nearly suffocated, however the mortar did not set and the bricks gave way. On December 12, 1705 A.D. the boy heads were cut from their bodies. Mata Gujar Kaur she remained isolated in the tower. On learning her grandsons\' cruel fate, she fainted, suffered heart failure, and did not recover.
 
 
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