Friday, December 09, 2016
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Chhote Sahibzade's Pictorial

Next morning they were taken to the Nawab's court. The Nawab asked them again, I do hope you have made up your mind ~to embrace Islam, otherwise, as you know, you will be bricked up alive.
Both the Sahibzadas proclaimed, fearlessly, We shall never give up our faith, whatever may be the consequences. Death has no meaning for us.
The Nawab was simply amazed at their determind and firm reply. One of his officials stepped forward, and said to the Nawab, Sir, the two royal executioners of Delhi, Shisal Beg and Vishal Beg, are present in the court for hearing of their case. They are prepared to carry out your orders for bricking up these boys alive if they are granted pardon. The Nawab called them and told them, Your request for pardon has been granted on condition that you brick up these two Sons of Guru Gobind Singh alive in a wall.
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The constables took away both the Sahibzadas. A large crowd had collected outside. People were surprised on hearing of the orders of the Nawab that the two young innocent sons of Guru Gobind Singh were to be bricked alive.
What crime have they committed? said one.
How cruel and inhuman. 0 God ! exclaimed another
But they are not terrified, remarked a lady in the crowd. They are the brave sons of their brave father, Gobind Singh,  pat came the remark by her companion.

 

 

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