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Guru Tegh Bahadur is the ninth Guru of the Sikhs. Guru Tegh Bahadur was the youngest son of Guru Hargobind and Bibi Nanki and was born at Amritsar on April 1, 1621. From a young age Tegh Bahadur was trained in the martial arts of swordsmanship and horse riding as well as religious training by the wise Baba Buddha and Bhai Gurdas. In February 1633 Tegh Bahadur was married to Gujari daughter of Lal Chand and Bishan Kaur.
Guru Tegh Bahadur meditated at Bakala for about twenty years (1644-1664) and lived there with his wife Mata Gujari and mother Mata Nanaki. He was revealed at Bakala by Bhai Makhan Shah Lobana, a rich businessman.
Guru Tegh Bahadur was installed Guru on March 30, 1664 when he was living at Baba Bakala. He made long tours to spread the kingdom of God on earth.
Once he went to visit Sri Harmandar Sahib at Amritsar but the Masands did not allow him to go inside and slammed the doors at his face.
He helped the Kashmiri Pundits to take stand against the Mughal pressure for conversion to Islam. He offered to sacrifice everything for the cause of righteousness.
During his young years Tegh Bahadur fought along his fathers side but after Guru Hargobind's fierce and bloody battle in 1634 at Kartarpur he turned to the path of renunciation and meditation. When Guru Hargobind settled down at Kiratpur to live the rest of his life in peace, Tegh Bahadur spent nine years with his father before settling down at the isolated village of Bakala in 1656 and retired to a life of contemplation. He became known as "Tyag Mal" meaning "the Master of Renunciation". Here Tegh Bahadur would spend many long years in meditation and prayer.
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