Dhan Dhan Guru De Pyarai Daughter of Sri Guru Gobind Sahib Ji Daughter of Mata Sahib Kaur Ji Fearless Warriors Courageous Mothers Determined Daughters They suffered great in-humane tortures Watch their children bleed to death Witnessed the brutal murder of their husbands Yet, they fought for freedom and faith Remembered Guru Ji in every breath And were an Inspiration to all Sikhs We are a Kaur Princess We are a Brave Lioness We are the Daughters of the Khalsa

Children of Waheguru

This is a real life story about a brave family that scarficed their lives for the Khalsa Panth: Bhai Mohar Singh of the Damdami Taksal and his wife Bibi Pritam Kaur and their daughters 8 year old Satnam Kaur, 6 year old Vaheguru Kaur. They sacrificed their lives defending Sri Harmandir Sahib in June 1984. Bhai Sahib’s was no ordinary family they had converted into Sikhi and were regarded as Sant Jarnail Singh Khalsa Bhindranwale’s closest aides. When the army attacked Sri Harmandir Sahib they held their positions until the tanks came into the parakarma (walk way around Sri Harmandir Sahib).

"...Bibi Pritam Kaur and her two younger children helped the defence by refilling the ammunition for the guns, and brought in food and water for the defenders..."
On the 6th of June, Bhai Mohar Singh recited his final Ardass to Guru Ji. It has been said, Bhai Mohar Singh, Bibi Pritam Kaur, and their two young children fell onto the army tank near where Shaheed Baba Deep Singh Ji fell.
"...Bhai Mohar Singh and his whole family stopped the tank in its tracks and joined the long list of martyrs of 1984..."

After the attack, oppression was leashed on to villagers by state officals, as a result, Bhai Mohar Singh's family became a target of the army. Bhai Mohar Singhs nephews Bhai Bakshish Singh ‘Kalyug’ and Bhai Parmjit Singh ‘Pama’ decided to participate in the freedom struggle that took place post Operation Bluestar. They too took amrit, and as their Unle, Bhai Mohar Singh, they as well joined the the long list of martyrs.

Khalsa Ji, today, we bow our heads to this great family who scarficed their lives for our Khalsa Panth. Dhan Dhan Guru Ke Sikh. Bhai Mohar Singh, Bibi Pritam Kaur, Bhenji Satnam Kaur, and Bhenji Vaheguru Kaur will be honoured for their mutual acts of bravery, in essence, for saving the Khalsa Panth. They will be remembered in our ardass eternally.
What a shock it came to be
When my father came to awaken me
At first I was annoyed
Soon it changed to fight
How odd it was
To be awakened
For I had to fight for my family’s dream
Before I stepped up to battle
I led a carefree life
At least until now,
Now my life has been occupied,
By the enemy
I felt pain, but I was fearless
It’s hard to explain how
But deep inside I somehow knew
My pain would be over
We were led by elders
We w
ere told to guard our home
But then without warning
Some men came to take us away
My mother did not let them
As she fought with all of her strength
Father never lied to my family or I,
That sooner or later
We were going to die
And so it was on June 6th
We died there together
My family and I
We did our Nitnem
We did our Kirtan
We were loved

We were ripped from the arms of our
parents and thrown into the fire
We were nothing more than children
We had a future

We were the face the of this Panth
We had dreams too, then we had no hope
We were taken away in the dead of night
No air to breathe
Our parents cried as they saw their loved ones bleeding to death
We are separated from the world to be no more.

From the ashes, hear our plea
For we were children whose dreams and lives were stolen away!
We will always remember the pain and suffering…
But for the children whose lives were taken away

We shall fight to the very end
And make it clear
We are the next generation
Story of Satnam Kaur and Vaheguru Kaur from Discover Sikhi.com

by FaujKaur @ Friday, March 17, 2006
comments: 12


By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:09 PM
Thank you for this article.
The bavery of these shaheeds will never be forgotten

Raj Karega Khalsa!

Waheguru, the blood of shaheeds keeps our panth going

By Blogger Singhstah, at 1:38 PM
Vaheguroo, the blood, is split, but the spirit lives on and will continue to do so, forever

Very Insprining!!! How great are the Sikhs who can give their life for our Panth in a instant..


By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:12 PM
vaheguruu :'(

had to prevent it from bringing tears to my eyes -very powerful

Waheguru Ji ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji ki fateh!

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By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:17 PM
why did you delete my post about the white sikhs not being interested in human rights in india? this seems to happen on sikhnet, any white persons blog...youtube...how come white sikhs are so scared of a open discussion about the issue?

By Blogger FaujKaur, at 12:09 AM
Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa
Waheguru Ji Ke Fateh

I did not delete your post. I think this is the post you are talking about. It was posted under the blog post of “May I recite Guru Ji's Bani?” It’s right underneath this blog post of “Children of Waheguru.” I’m assuming you wanted to post that post into this blog post. Sorry for the misunderstanding. For all of the Sangat out there, this is what Bhaji or Bhenji had to say about this blog post:

Anonymous said...
it is nice to see white sikhs understanding and feeling the pain of 1984. i wish there were more who felt the pain of that sikh genocide. if white sikhs spoke out i think more of the world would hear the sikh issues. i think most white sikhs dont know how it is to be homeless. to not have your own country where you can practice your own religion...thats simply the case for the sikhs of punjab.

7:01 AM

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:57 AM
hey thank your for keeping the post. i have experienced situations where dialogue is ignored on issues of 1984, yogi, rehat by white sikhs. thanks again.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:26 PM
The chotey sahibzadey were 5 and 7 when bricked alive, and these bhenjis were 6 and 8! amazing

By Blogger MAI, at 5:00 PM
This is so beautiful. I am going to link it in our blog.


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