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The city is an historically important settlement north of the city of Patiala and is of special significance to Sikhs. The town is surrounded by four memorial gates, each in memory of four important figures from Sikh history associated with Sirhind. Each of these individuals belonged to a different caste or religion, showing the harmony and brotherhood among people of those times. Fatehgarh Sahib is home to several historic Gurdwaras.

Gangu was a servant of Guru Gobind Singh who was allured by the money and jewellery which Mata Gujri Ji carried and, thus, informed the Kotwal of Morinda about their presence in his house. Jaani Khan brought them as prisoners to Sirhind. The fort was known as Thanda Burj as it was considered a cool place during the summer. The young Sahibzadey were kept here while awaiting interrogation by Wazir Khan and his court. It was at this place that Mata Gujri re-joined with God after hearing about martyrdom of her grandsons.

Baba Moti Ram Mehra was a servant in the hindu kitchen of the Faujdar. He used to serve food to the hindu prisoners. He used to serve the Sikhs on their way to Anandpur Sahib and back to their homes. He came home and told his family that he would serve milk and fresh water to these great prisoners. His mother and wife were scared and tried to persuade him not to take such a step.

Bibi Bholi, his wife, told him that the Wazir Khan had made an announcement in the town that whoever tried to help and serve any type of food to the sons of the tenth Guru, he along with his family would be crushed alive in a Kohlu, the oil squeezer. This information could not change the resolve of Baba ji. His mother told him that there were so many followers of the Guru in the town; they could have dared to serve the Sahibzadas.

Baba Moti Ram Mehra humbly, but with determination, told his mother that those followers feared the ruler. I will serve the great mother and the Sahibzadas. The history will not forgive us if we do not serve the great prisoners. After some time, Pumma, the brother of Gangu, told the Faujdar that his servant cook had served the prisoners with milk and water. He did not conceal his act and boldly told the Nawab that it was his pious duty to serve the imprisoned children and their grandmother.

Hence Baba Moti Ram Mehra, along with his family, was sentenced to death by being squeezed in a Kohlu oil press. Wazir Khan tried to lure them to embrace Islam with promises of riches and honours, but they spurned the offer. He threatened them with death as an alternative to their accepting Islam, but they remained firm. A death sentence was eventually awarded. Nawab Sher Muhammad Khan of Malerkotla protested that it would be improper to harm the innocent children.

Wazir Khan, however, ordered them to be bricked up alive in a wall, if they still refused conversion. They were kept in the Cold Tower in that severe winter for another two days. Under the orders of Wazir Khan, the Sahibzadas began to be walled in with bricks while standing on the ground. However, as the masonry reached above chest height, the wall collapsed. The next day the Sahibzadas were once again offered the choice of conversion or death.

The cruelty of their murder and their fearlessness of death which they preferred to giving up their faith finds a touching narration in "Ganj-e-Shaheedan" an urdu poem by a muslim poet, Allahyar Khan Jogi, who used to recite it from Sikh platforms during the second and third decades of the twentieth century.

The historic wall where the young sons of Guru Gobind Singh were bricked-up alive does not remain but the actual location has been preserved in this Gurdwara, which is underneath Gurdwara Sri Fatehgarh Sahib.

Gurdwara Sri Bhora Sahib Fatehgarh also has the kirpan hilts of the young Sahibzadey displayed in small cases. After listening, Mata Gujri Ji prayed before god and left her body. The mughals child killers disposed of the dead bodies in the dense forest behind Gurdwara Sri Fatehgarh Sahib, on bank of River Hansla. The forest contained many wild animals. It is said that a lion guarded the holy bodies until Todar Mal and others reclaimed them for proper cremation.

The Gurdwara marks the location of where those pious bodies were kept for the night. On 27th December , the Sahibzadas were slain after the attempt at bricking them alive in the foundation of the wall failed.

Mata Gujri Ji also breathed her last. Wazir Khan, the Faujidar or Governor of Sirhind, refused to allow the cremation of the bodies unless the land for the cremation was purchased by laying gold coins on it. Todar Mal purchased this piece of land by offering the gold coins as demanded and thereby etched his name in the annals of Sikh history and earned the title "Diwan".

Diwan Todar Mall of Sirhind performed the cremation. In addition to the daily programme of morning and evening services and kirtan, largely attended assemblies are held on the first of each Bikrami month. The Gurdwara is a small memorial for those who gave so much. It commemorates the martyrdom of those Sikhs who were killed by the tyrannical mughals after the time of Baba Banda Singh Bahadur. The mughal muslims put a bounty for every Sikh dead or alive.

The price paid for the head of a Sikh was set at 80 rupees. It is believed that forty cartloads of heads of martyred Sikhs, were cremated here. This was the final Battle for Sirhind and it resulted in victory for the Sikhs and domination in the region until the subsquent rule of Maharaja Ranjit Singh. It is said that Guru Hargobind Ji had laid the foundation of the small bridge Pullia which is adjacent of this Gurdwara.

Gurdwara Sri Thara Sahib is a small Gurdwara with a simple platform inside a low brick wall enclosure. We would highly recommend visits to Fatehgarh Sahib and to these historic locations.

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The city is an historically important settlement north of the city of Patiala and is of special significance to Sikhs. The town is surrounded by four memorial gates, each in memory of four important figures from Sikh history associated with Sirhind. Each of these individuals belonged to a different caste or religion, showing the harmony and brotherhood among people of those times. Fatehgarh Sahib is home to several historic Gurdwaras.

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