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Mata Mansa Devi

Mata Mansa Devi(d. 1569) was the wife of the third Sikh Guru, Guru Amar Das. They lived in a village called Basarke which is near Amritsar. They had four children - Two sons named Bhai Mohan and Bhai Mohri and two daughters named Bibi Dani and younger daughter named Bibi Bhani. Bibi Bhani later married Bhai Jetha who became the fourth Sikh Guru, Guru Ram Das. See article Platforms of Jetha. Mata Manssa Devi , wife of Guru Amar Das (1479 - 1574), was the daughter of Bhai Dev Chand, a Bahil Khatri of Sankhaira, a small town in Sialkot district (now in Pakistan). Her marriage to Guru Amar Das took place on 11 Magh 1559 Bk/ 8 January 1503, but the couple remained childless until a girl, Dam, was born to them in 1530 followed by three more children, Bhani(1535), Mohan (1536) and Mohri (1539). Mata Mansa Devi died at Goindval in 1569.

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