Big event of Gwalior Gurdwara Databandi Chhor Diwas on 25th...

Sangat from all over the country and abroad will reach Gurudwara Datbandi to bow down

Gwalior : Gurdwara Databandi Chhor Diwas is going to be organized on 25-09-2022, which every year not only from the entire state but also from the country and abroad, leaving the corresponding Gurdwara Databandi and reaching the fort in Gwalior. Baba Sewa Singh, Chief Servant of Gurdwara Sahib told that Sikh Sangat is getting the happiness of Guru ji by reaching Gurdwara Sahib daily in the form of Nagar Kirtan. Came to see G. The palanquin of Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji reached the Gurudwara under the leadership of five beloved in Nagar Kirtan.

As soon as the Nagar Kirtan Guru reached Data Bandichhod, the Sikh Sangat chanted 'Jo Bole So Nihal', due to which the entire Sangat, decorated in palanquins, reached to pay obeisance to Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji and took his blessings by joining the happiness of Guru Ji. In this episode, tomorrow from Gharsondhi Chinor along with Nagar Kirtan, Sikh Sangat fort will reach Gurdwara Data Bandichod located in Gwalior, for all the Sangat and Sevadars who are reaching Gurdwara in Nagar Kirtan, the facility of langar and water is being run daily by the Gurdwara Management.

Baba Lakhkha Singh and Baba Gurpreet Singh ji honored the five pyars who arrived with Nagar Kirtan and presented Siropa to the Granthi Singh of Guru Granth Sahib ji, after which Ardas is done in front of the donor captive Chhod ji, in which the whole sangat joins the Sarbat (all Ardas is done for the good of the person. The sangat who came after that takes the langar prasad and joins the service of the guru.


There is a truth behind the celebration of Bandi Chhod Diwas ...

There is a truth behind the celebration of Bandi Chhod Day, to know this whole incident, one has to look 400 years ago i.e. in 1600, when India was under the control of the Mughals. The Gwalior Fort is used as a prison by the Mughals. In those days Emperor Jahangir was sitting on the Mughal throne. He had kept 52 Rajput kings captive in the fort of Gwalior. Meanwhile, in 1619, the 6th Sikh Guru Hargobind Singh was arrested by the Mughal emperor Jahangir and imprisoned along with the Rajput kings in the Gwalior Fort. For about 2 years and 3 months, Guru Hargobind Singh continued to meditate in the fort of Gwalior.

In the year 1621, the Mughal emperor Jahangi is 400 years ago i.e. 1600. India was ruled by the Mughals. The Gwalior Fort is used as a prison. In those days Emperor Jahangir was sitting on the Mughal throne. He had kept 52 Rajput kings captive in the fort of Gwalior. Meanwhile, in 1619, the 6th Sikh Guru Hargobind Singh was arrested by the Mughal emperor Jahangir and imprisoned along with the Rajput kings in the Gwalior Fort. For about 2 years and 3 months, Guru Hargobind Singh continued to meditate in the fort of Gwalior.

In 1621, the health of Mughal emperor Jahangir deteriorated. In his dream a fakir used to repeatedly ask Guru Hargobind Singh ji to be released. Eventually Jahangir ordered the release of Guru Hargobind Singh. When the release orders reached the Gwalior Fort, Guru Hargobind Singh refused to be released alone and demanded the independence of all 52 Rajput kings with him.

The Mughal emperor Jahangir believed that by making 52 Rajput kings independent simultaneously, his power could be in danger, but he could not even talk about the fakir, so the Mughal emperor held the session as many people as Guru Hargobind Singh ji. All those who can exit will be set free.

Guru Hargobind Singh ji cleverly demanded new clothes for release. In this he sewed a tunic with 52 buds. And thus holding each bud, all the 52 Rajput kings became independent. In the memory of this incident, a grand gurudwara has been constructed in the Gwalior Fort and the name of the gurdwara has been named Data Bandi Chhod. His health deteriorated. In his dream a fakir used to repeatedly ask Guru Hargobind Singh ji to be released. Eventually Jahangir ordered the release of Guru Hargobind Singh. When the release orders reached the Gwalior Fort, Guru Hargobind Singh refused to be released alone and demanded the independence of all 52 Rajput kings with him.

The Mughal emperor Jahangir believed that by making 52 Rajput kings independent simultaneously, his power could be in danger, but he could not even talk about the fakir, so the Mughal emperor held the session as many people as Guru Hargobind Singh ji. All those who can exit will be set free.

Guru Hargobind Singh ji cleverly demanded new clothes for release. In this he sewed a tunic with 52 buds. And thus holding each bud, all the 52 Rajput kings became independent. In the memory of this incident, a grand Gurudwara has been constructed in the Gwalior Fort and the name of the Gurudwara has been named Data Bandi Chhod.