Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti In 2020 – Interesting Facts & Significance

In the year 2020, Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti will be celebrated on 2 January. Along with the followers of Sikhism, natives who believe in Hinduism also consider this day as auspicious. Guru Govind Singh was the tenth and last Guru in Sikhism. The birthday of Guru Govind Singh falls in the month of either December or January.

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Birth Of Guru Gobind Singh Ji

Guru Gobind Singh Ji was born in the house of Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji as his son. His mother’s name was Gujri Devi. Guru Tegh Bahadur was the ninth Guru in Sikhism, and his son, Gobind Singh Ji, was born in Patna, where he spent about 4 years. The house in which he was born has been named as ‘Takhat Sri Patna Sahib’, and is still situated at the very same place. At the time when Guru Gobind Singh ji was born, his father had gone to narrate religious preachings in Assam.

Interesting Facts About Guru Gobind Singh Ji

Guru Govind Singh’s father refused to accept Islam as his religion, which is why he was killed. The followers of Sikhism still remember Guru Govind Singh’s father Guru Teg Bahadur ji as a warrior, who willingly gave up his life for his religious faith and beliefs.

In order to seek revenge and teach a lesson to his father’s killers, Gobind Singh ji had prepared an army of warriors all by himself. Guru Gobind Singh motivated his soldiers to lead a religious life and preached them to stay loyal and devoted to their religion. He encouraged his Khalsa Army to gain religious and political freedom. Guru Gobind Singh Ji wanted his warriors to stand against the Mughal rulers and fight against their atrocities.

Those who believe in Sikhism in India as well as all over the world remember the teachings of the Great Guru on the day of Guru Govind Singh’s birth anniversary. His teachings suggest that one must wish for the progress of others and follow his/her religion with dedication.

On this day, the poems penned by Gobind Singh Ji are recited in Gurdwaras. The achievements attained by Gobind Singh Ji throughout his entire life are highlighted in front of the audience. They are made aware of the sacrifices he made, brave acts carried out by him and his teachings. Food is also distributed, and people of every caste and class consume this food with a devoted heart.

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Khalsa Panth

Guru Gobind Singh Ji, the last Sikh Guru in Sikhism, introduced several positive religious and cultural changes. The community “Khalsa” was founded by Gobind Singh ji, and refers to the special group of followers who were well-versed with the customary preachings of Sikhism. Gobind Singh Ji formed the Khalsa Panth in a gathering of the Sikh community. He explained the significance of the five “Ks” in Sikhism. These were Kesha, Kadha, Kangha, Kirpan, and Kachera. People who follow Sikhism still follow the preachings of Guru Gobind Singh Ji and try to bring positive changes in their lives by following his principles.

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