As the martyrdom anniversary approaches of the Vadhe Sahibzade, Baba Ajit Singh ji and Baba Jujhar Singh ji, we are reminded of the heavy sacrifice these two young men made for Sikhi. Their story is not just a tale of bravery; it's a testament to their spirit and faith in the face of insurmountable odds.

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Image by Kanwar Singh ~ Art of Punjab

As the sons of Guru Gobind Singh Ji, Baba Ajit Singh (17 years old) and Baba Jujhar Singh (14 years old) stood valiantly in the Battle of Chamkaur in 1705. Despite their youth, they confronted a formidable army, and chose martyrdom over surrender. Their courage exemplifies the core values of Sikhi — bravery, righteousness, and commitment to truth.

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Image by Kanwar Singh ~ Art of Punjab

In honoring their memory, we at Sikhnet are reminded of our responsibility to keep their legacy alive. Reflecting on Vadhe Sahibzade uplifts our global community. Your support makes this possible. With your donations - 

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