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HIMMAT SINGH, BHAI (16611705), one of the Parij Piare, or the Five Beloved, celebrated in Sikh history, was born in 1661 atJagannath in a lowcaste family of watersuppliers. He came to Anandpur at the young age of 17, and attached himself to the service of Guru Gobind Singh. BhaT Himmat, as he was called before his initiation, was one of the five Sikhs who one by one offered to lay down their heads in response to the Guru's successive calls made at an assembly of the Sikhs especially summoned on the occasion of Baisakhi of 1756 Bk corresponding to 30 March 1699. He along with the other four received the vows of the Khalsa at Guru Gobind Singh's hands and was renamed Himmat Singh. Himmat Singh proved a brave warrior and while at Anandpur, he took part in battles with the surrounding hill chiefs and imperial commanders. He died in the battle of Chamkaur on 7 December 1705.
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'''HIMMAT SINGH, BHAI (1661-1705)''', one of the [[Panj Piare]], or the Five Beloved, celebrated in Sikh history, was born in 1661 at [[Jagannath]] in a low-caste family of water suppliers. He came to [[Anandpur]] at the young age of 17, and attached himself to the service of [[Guru Gobind Singh]]. Bhai Himmat, as he was called before his initiation, was one of the five Sikhs who one by one offered to lay down their heads in response to the Guru's successive calls made at an assembly of the Sikhs especially summoned on the occasion of [[Baisakhi]] of 1756 Bk corresponding to 30 March 1699. He along with the other four received the vows of the [[Khalsa]] at [[Guru Gobind Singh]]'s hands and was renamed Himmat Singh. Himmat Singh proved a brave warrior and while at Anandpur, he took part in battles with the surrounding hill chiefs and imperial commanders. He died in the battle of [[Chamkaur]] on 7 December 1705.
  
  

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HIMMAT SINGH, BHAI (1661-1705), one of the Panj Piare, or the Five Beloved, celebrated in Sikh history, was born in 1661 at Jagannath in a low-caste family of water suppliers. He came to Anandpur at the young age of 17, and attached himself to the service of Guru Gobind Singh. Bhai Himmat, as he was called before his initiation, was one of the five Sikhs who one by one offered to lay down their heads in response to the Guru's successive calls made at an assembly of the Sikhs especially summoned on the occasion of Baisakhi of 1756 Bk corresponding to 30 March 1699. He along with the other four received the vows of the Khalsa at Guru Gobind Singh's hands and was renamed Himmat Singh. Himmat Singh proved a brave warrior and while at Anandpur, he took part in battles with the surrounding hill chiefs and imperial commanders. He died in the battle of Chamkaur on 7 December 1705.


References 1. Chhibbar, Kesar Singh, Bansavallnamd Dasdn Pdlshdhidn Kd. Chandigarh, 1972 2. Knir Singh, Cur/nlds Pdtshdfu 10. Chandigarh, 1968 3. Saniokh Singh, Bhai, Sn Gur Pratdp Suraj Granth. Amritsai, 1927-33