Monday, December 11, 2017
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Chhote Sahibzade's Pictorial

Early next morning they were taken in a bullock cart to Bassi Police Station. News of their arrest had spread far and wide. Large crowds collected everywhere on the way. People were surprised that the young innocent boys had been put under arrest along with their venerable grand mother. The fearless looks of the Sahibzadas aroused their admiration and they observed, They are the brave sons of their brave father. .The remarks of the on-lookers made the constables panicky and they started walking fast. The cart-driver also whipped the bullocks so that they could reach Sirhind quickly.

On arrival at Sirhind, they were lodged for the night in a cold room in the tower. At a great risk to his life, one of the devotees of the Guru Bhai Moti managed to send milk for. Mataji and the Sahibzadas. Sahibzadas Zorawar Singh and Fateh Singh listened to episodes from Sikh History related to them by their grand-mother. On hearing about the ideals set by the Gurus the two Sahibzadas assured Mata Gujri Ji that they would stand by their faith and follow in the footsteps of their illustrious father. Mataji was pleased to hear this and admired her grand children's courage and firm determination. will strive to be most comprehensive directory of Historical Gurudwaras and Non Historical Gurudwaras around the world.

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