Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti was chosen as the tenth Guru at nine years old. He was born in Patna and his birthday is celebrated all over the world by Sikhs. Whether you follow the Hindu Calendar or Gregorian Calendar, Guru Gobind\u2019s birthday falls on the same day. He established the Khalsa at the Takht Sri Keshgrh Sahib in the state of Punjab. This was the place where he spends most of his childhood days with his father. Many Sikhs would gather annually at this place to celebrate Hola Mohalla on Holi. He is considered to be a contributor to the Sikh faith. Happy Gurpurab\/Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti Wishes Images in Punjabi\/Gurmukhi, Hindi, and English Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti Wishes in Punjabi Wish your family and friends a blessed Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti wishes so he may inspire all to be a better human being. Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti Wishes in Hindi Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti is celebrated as a celebration of his birth and wishes are made upon each and everyone for his blessings. Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti Wishes in English Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti is a Sikh festival which commemorates the birth of the tenth Guru of the Sikhs. You can send your loved ones some wishes listed on our page! Guru Gobind Singh Quotes in Gurmukhi\/Punjabi, Hindi, and English \tI\u2019lI tell the truth; listen everyone. Only those who have Loved, will realize the Lord. \tWhen all has been tried, yet Justice is not in sight, It is then right to pick up the sword, It is then right to fight. \tThe greatest comforts and lasting peace are obtained, when one eradicates selfishness from within. \tIf you are strong, torture not the weak, and thus lay not the axe to thy empire. \tThe ignorant person is totally blind. They do not appreciate the value of the jewel. Guru Gobind Singh Amazing Facts \tA LEADER AMONG US Guru Gobind Singh was known for the creation of Khalsa, the military brotherhood of the Sikhs. He was a leader who guided the spirit of the Sikh army with his committed Sikh ideals. He was proclaimed to be the last personal Gurus, and today, remembered as the ideal chivalry \tSON OF A MARTYR\u00a0 Guru Gobind Singh was the son of Guru Tegh Bahadur. His father was the martyr who sacrificed his life for others. It happened when he was approached by the Kashmiri pundits, to save them from prosecution, Guru Gobind Singh told his father there was no one worth other than his father. \tSCHOLAR AND WARRIOR\u00a0 Guru Gobind Singh was a king and a mystic at the same time. Many scholars have tried to understand his superhuman character. He was not just a scholar and warrior, but he was a prophet and a divine poet who was well versed in many languages. Guru Gobind Singh stands as a true defender of faith and humanity. \tA FIGHTER Guru Gobind Singh fought many battles during his service to the Khalsa, these were the list of battles he fought: \u2022 The Battle of Bhangani ( 1689) \u2022 The Battle of Nadaun (1690) \u2022 The Battle of Anandpur Sahib (1700) \u2022 The Battle of Chamkaur (1703) \u2022 The Battle of Muktsar (1703) \tFOUNDER OF KHALSA Guru Gobind Singh was the only child of Guru Tegh Bahadur, and after his father\u2019s execution by the Mughals, it left a deep impression on him. He then formed the Khalsa, which means pure. The Khalsa movement was the beginning of a new order where the Sikh soldiers owed their allegiance to the Guru. \tFIGHTING THE MUGHALS The Battle of Chamkaur (1704) was one of the most significant battles fought in Indian history. It was led by the great leader, Guru Gobind Singh against the forces of Mughals for over three days.