Guru Gobind Singh and Ghanaya

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Guru Gobind Singh and Ghanaya

During a certain battle some Sikhs came to Guru Gobind Singh complaining that a water–carrier named Ghanaya was giving water to the enemy. Guru Gobind Singh called Ghanaya before him and asked him if that was true. Ghanaya replied that it was not true—when he saw injured soldiers on the field, he did not see Sikhs or non-Sikhs; he saw the Guru in every man. When the Guru heard this, he gave Ghanaya medicine and bandages and sent him back out to give the injured aid in addition to water. The Guru also said that from then on Ghanaya would have the title "Bhai" so all would know the Guru honored him.

References

  • Singh, Daljeet. The Sikh World. Macdonald & Company Ltd., 1985.

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