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Saka Sirhind
Martyrdom of Young Sahibzades Baba Zorawar Singh & Baba Fateh Singh

After an arduous journey Mata Gujri Ji along with the two Sahibzadas, reached the hut of a Muslim water carrier, Kuma. On seeing Mataji he rushed out and, with folded hands, requested Mataji to bless his humble cottage by staying therein. Mataji was pleased with his devotion. Since it was getting dark, she decided to halt there for the night.

On getting clue, the old Guru's domestic servant, Gangu arrived the next morning. He requested Mataji' to go with him to his village. He assured her that their whereabouts will not be known to the Emperor's officials and they would be quite safe there.
Mataji was a little reluctant but on his persistent requests she agreed. After getting their luggage loaded on a pony, all of them set out for his village. The two Sahibzadas went walking along with their grand mother. Off and on, they would enquire about their father and the elder brothers, Sahibzadas Ajit Singh and Jujhar Singh.
After trekking the whole day, they
Kheri in the evening. On arrival in
Mataji put her bag and baggage in a
the rooms.

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