Ajit Singh, assisted by Bhai Udai Singh, a seasoned soldier, repulsed the attack. It is located in the district of the state which is also named after him Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar District. Further reduced in numbers by casualties at the hands of pursuing troops from Ropar, the column reached Chamkaur on the evening of 6 December 1705, and took up position in a "garhi"(a stockade) and prepared for a fight to the finish. On 15 March 1701, a Sikh Sangat coming from the Darap area (near Sialkot) was waylaid by Gujjars and Ranghars. Ajit Singh assisted by Bhai Udai Singh, a seasoned soldier, repulsed the attack. 1, Articles incorporating text from Wikipedia, http://www.sikh-history.com/sikhhist/warriors/ajit.html, http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2012-02-13/chandigarh/31054495_1_mohali-deputy-commissioner-varun-roojam-sas-nagar, https://military.wikia.org/wiki/Sahibzada_Ajit_Singh?oldid=4542706. Sahibzada Ajit Singh Ji Public School,Sarhali offical. When this news reached the people, they praised the Sikhs for their role. In 1691, Mata Sundari gave birth to another boy who was named Jujhar Singh. He recovered the Brahman’s wife. Joti Jot: 7 December 1705 En Inde et… …   Wikipédia en Français, Gobind Singh — This article is about the religious leader. The martyrdom of two of the sons of Guru Gobind Singh in the battle of Chamkaur is substantiated by a contemporary record in the form of an official letter preserved in a MS., AhkamiAlamgiriby Emperor Aurarigzib's official letter writer, Mirza 'Inayat Ullah Khan Ismi (1653-1725). Sahibzada Ajit Singh led one of the sallies and laid down his life fighting in the thick of the battle. For reference, please check ‘Bansavali-nama Dasaan Paatshaahian Ka‘ written by Kesar Singh Chhibbar in 1769 AD. With his three brothers, Sahibzada Ajit Singh Ji carried on a family tradition: that of attaining the status of one of the most hallowed martyrs in Sikh history. In March 1703, Dewki Das, a Brahmin came to Anandpur and requested the Guru to help him in getting back his wife whom Chowdhry Jabar Khan, the chief of Dera Bassi, had taken away forcibly; the Guru asked Sahibzada Ajit Singh and Bhai Udey Singh to help the Brahmin. Sahibzada Ajit Singh Ji along with a 100 men reached the spot on 23 May 1699, punished the Ranghars and recovered the looted property. Sahibzada Ajit Singh Ji (1687–1705) was the eldest of Guru Gobind Singh's four sons. by Gurinder Singh Mann. The Brahman’s wife was restored to him. Sahibzada Ajit Singh crossed the Sarsa, then in spate, along with his father, his younger brother, Jujhar Singh, and some fifty Sikhs. He was taught the religious texts, philosophy and history, and had training in the martial arts such as riding, swordsmanship, gatka and archery. Sahibzada Ajit Singh was made responsible for the defence of the Taragarh Fort, which became the first target of attack on 29 August 1700. Zorawar was given the name Singh at the age of five and was initiated along with his family members Anandpur Sahib in the first Amritsanchar ceremony held on Vaisakhi Day, April 13, 1699. On retrouve ce terme dans le nom de la cité État de Singapour, qui est « la ville du lion ». https://chaar-sahibzaade.blogspot.com/2015/12/sahibzada-ajit-singh.html On the 7th of March 1703, both of them, joined by about one hundred Sikhs, went to Bassi Kalan; they put siege to the village and sent a message to Jabar Khan to return the Brahmin's wife; but Jabar Khan, instead of returning the Brahmin’s wife, asked his soldiers to attack the Sikhs; it was followed by a full-fledged battle, in which Jabar Khan was killed; the Brahmin's wife was restored to him. was the eldest of Guru Gobind Singh\\\'s four sons. On 15 March 1701, a Sikh Sangat coming from the Darap area (near Sialkot) was waylaid by Gujjars and Ranghars. According to this Bhatt Vahi, a son was born to the Sahibzada on the 9th of December 1705, at Agra. The following year, Guru Gobind Singh Ji returned with the family to Anandpur where Sahibzada Ajit Singh Ji was brought up in the approved Sikh style. Before him and his brothers, their grandfather, the Ninth Sikh Guru Ji, Guru Tegh Bahadur and his great-great grandfather, the Fifth Sikh Guru Ji, Guru Arjan Dev had also been executed by the Mughals. When, at last, Anandpur was vacated on the night of 5-6 December 1705, he was given command of the rearguard. He grew up into a handsome young man; strong, intelligent and a natural leader of men. Sahibzada Jujar Singh ji n avait que 16 ans… …   Wikipédia en Français, Sahibzada Zorawar Singh — was the third of Guru Gobind Singh s four sons. Further reduced in numbers by casualties at the hands of a pursuing troop from Ropar, the column reached Chamkaur in the evening of 6 December 1705, and took up position in a garhi, highwalled fortified house. The attackers, their numbers since swelled by reinforcements from Malerkotia, Sirhind and from among the local Ranghars and Gujjars, soon caught up with them and threw a tight ring around Chamkaur. Gurdwara Qatalgarh now marks the spot where he fell, followed by Sahibzada Jujhar Singh, who led the next sally. A harder task was entrusted to Sahibzada Ajit the following year when the hill chiefs supported by imperial Mughal troops from Lahore and Sirhind attacked Anandpur. The Sikhs had exhausted the meagre stock of ammunitions and arrows, hence they made sallies in batches of five each to engage the encircling host with sword and spear.