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'''Bhai Teja Singh''' (1896 - 1921), one of the  Nankana Sahib  martyrs, was born in the month of Assu 1953 Bk/ September/October 1896; he was the son of  Bhai  Mihan Singh  and Mata  Prem Kaur of Thothian, district Amritsar. The family later migrated to Chakk No. 10 Thothian in Sheikhupura district (now in Pakistan). In the village, he had learned enough Gurmukhi  to be able to read the  Guru Granth Sahib. He had also received the vows of the Khalsa. He also served the army for a brief period. He was among those from his village who had volunteered to take part in the liberation of gurdwaras in Nankana Sahib. As a member of the group of  Bhai  Lachhman Singh  Dharovali it was his privilege to lay down his life inside  Gurdwara  Janam Asthan on 20 February 1921.
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'''Bhai Teja Singh''' (1896 - 1921), one of the  [[Nankana Sahib]] martyrs, was born in the month of Assu 1953 Bk/ September/October 1896; he was the son of  Bhai  Mihan Singh  and Mata  Prem Kaur of Thothian, district [[Amritsar]]. The family later migrated to Chakk No. 10 Thothian in Sheikhupura district (now in Pakistan). In the village, he had learned enough [[Gurmukhi]] to be able to read the  [[Guru Granth Sahib]]. He had also received the vows of the [[Khalsa]]. He also served the army for a brief period. He was among those from his village who had volunteered to take part in the liberation of [[Gurdwara]]s in Nankana Sahib. As a member of the group of  Bhai  Lachhman Singh  Dharovali it was his privilege to lay down his life inside  Gurdwara  Janam Asthan on 20 February 1921.
  
 
==See Also==
 
==See Also==

Latest revision as of 00:17, 22 July 2018

Bhai Teja Singh (1896 - 1921), one of the Nankana Sahib martyrs, was born in the month of Assu 1953 Bk/ September/October 1896; he was the son of Bhai Mihan Singh and Mata Prem Kaur of Thothian, district Amritsar. The family later migrated to Chakk No. 10 Thothian in Sheikhupura district (now in Pakistan). In the village, he had learned enough Gurmukhi to be able to read the Guru Granth Sahib. He had also received the vows of the Khalsa. He also served the army for a brief period. He was among those from his village who had volunteered to take part in the liberation of Gurdwaras in Nankana Sahib. As a member of the group of Bhai Lachhman Singh Dharovali it was his privilege to lay down his life inside Gurdwara Janam Asthan on 20 February 1921.

See Also

For details of the Nankana Sahib Massacre

References

1. Shamsher, Gurbakhsh Singh, Shahidi Jivan. Nankana Sahib, 1938