Guru Gobind Singh Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, DOB(Famous Birthday), Family, Wife, Net Worth

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Guru Gobind Singh (Gobind Rāi)

Last Updated: 12 Dec, 2023 | Views: 924

Age: 41

Profession: Historical Men

Famous For: Tenth and last human Sikh Guru

Guru Gobind Singh Birth Date, Sign, Religion, Nationality, Hometown

Date of Birth
22 Dec, 1666 (41 Years 09 Months 15 Days)
Birth Country
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Died on
07 Oct, 1708
Cause of Death

Guru Gobind Singh Early life, Education, Career, Awards, Achievements, Controversy, Unknown Facts

About (Profile/Biography)

Gobind Rai or Gobind Das, well-known as Guru Gobind Singh, was the tenth Sikh Guru, a divine master, warrior, poet, and philosopher. When his father, Guru Tegh Bahadur, was implemented by Aurangzeb, Guru Gobind Singh was formally assembled as the Sikhs' leader at the age of nine and became the tenth and last human Sikh Guru. His four biological sons did die throughout his lifetime, two in battle and two by the Mughal governor Wazir Khan. Among his outstanding contribution to Sikhism are the creation of the Sikh warrior community known as Khalsa in 1699 and the introduction of the Five Ks, the five articles of faith that Khalsa Sikhs wear constantly.

Early Life & Life Span

In 1676: Gobind Singh was made the tenth Guru of the Sikhs on Vaisakhi after his father had been martyred.

In 1684: Gobind Singh authored the Chandi di Var in Punjabi, a legendary battle between good and evil, in which the good stand up to unfairness and tyranny, as defined in the ancient Sanskrit text Markandeya Purana.

In 1688: The Battle of Bhangani, described in Chapter 8 of Gobind Singh's Bicitra Natak, occurred when Fateh Shah, accompanied by mercenary commanders Hayat Khan and Najabat Khan, threatened his forces without reason.

In 1704: The Guru and his remaining soldiers remained in various locations, including the Machhiwara jungle in southern Panjab, after the Second Battle of Anandpur.

In 1705: The Mughal army re-attacked the Guru's army in the battle of Muktsar, and general Wazir Khan was hunting them down in the arid region of Khidrana-ki-Dhab.

Guru Gobind Singh Legacy

Gobind Singh's legacy can be understood by applying a rule of three. During his Guruship period, Anandpur and Paonta Sahib were in the early youthful phase, followed by an active phase at Anandpur (1688-1704), and finally, the most historic post-Anandpur phase (1704-1708).

Guru Gobind Singh Unknown Facts

Gobind Singh mastered many languages by the time he was 19. He was fluent in Gurmukhi, Sanskrit, Braj Bhasha, Hindi, Persian, and Urdu.


Guru Gobind Singh Height, Weight, Eye Color, Hair

In Centimeters 193 cm
In Meters 1.93 m
In Feet & Inches 6'4"
Weight (Approx.)
In Kilograms 70 kg
In Pounds 154 Ibs
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Guru Gobind Singh Family, Parents, Kids, Father, Mother, Children

Father's Name
Guru Tegh Bahadur
Mother's Name
Mata Gujri
Mata Jito, Mata Sundari, Mata Sahib Devan
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