Sunday, December 04, 2016
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Battle of Chamkaur Pictorial

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AFTER LEAVING THE FORTRESS OF CHAMKAUR GURU JI RESTED UNDER A BUSH. THERE LIVED A FAKIR NEAR BY WHO WAS OVERJOYED TO SEE GURU JI

AFTER THE MARTYRDOM OF TWO SAHIBZADAS IN THE FIERCE BATTLE OF CHAMKAUR GURU GOBIND SINGH JI REACHED IN THE FOREST OF MACHIWARA, RESTED THERE UNDER A TREE (JAND) USING A TIND (EARTHEN VASE) AS PILLOW AND COMPOSED THE
HYMN:-'MITTER PIARE NU HAAL MURIDAN DA KEHINA
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