Born on December 22, 1666 at Patna Guru Gobind Singh was a saint-soldier and a poet. He took to sword to fight against the oppression generated by the contemporary Muslim rulers. He fought several battles against Mughal monarchy and Hill Chiefs.
Son of Guru Tegh Bahadur, Guru Gobind Singh infused a martial spirit among his followers by soul-inspiring and heart-stirring heroic poetry. On March 30, 1699 he evolved a new Order in more than two centuries old Sikh tradition. The Order was known as Khalsa.
Guru Gobind Singh ended the tradition of Guru's in the Sikh religion by asking all Sikhs to rever Adi Granth as their Guru, which from that day came to be known as the Guru Granth Sahib.
Guru Gobind Singh was murdered by a Muslim Pathan disguised as his disciple.
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