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{{pm|File:BibiAmro.jpg|[[Bibi Amro]], [[Amar Das]] & [[Guru Angad]]}}
 
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'''[[Bibi Amro|BIBI AMRO]]''', daughter of [[Guru Angad Dev]], the second Master and [[Mata Khivi]] was the noble woman who deserves the credit of attracting [[Amar Das]], an idol worshipper, to [[Sikhism]] and showing him the way to become [[Guru Amar Das]], the 3rd Master. Thus she was an indirect instrument in the early development of [[Sikhism]].  
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'''[[Bibi Amro|BIBI AMRO]]''' was the daughter of [[Guru Angad]], the second [[Sikh Master]]. It was her and [[Mata Khivi]], her mother, the noble Sikh women who deserve the credit of attracting [[Amar Das]], an idol worshipper, to [[Sikhism]].
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As a result, enabling him to become [[Guru Amar Das]], the 3rd Master. Thus she was an indirect instrument in the early development of [[Sikhism]].  
  
 
She was born in 1532 at village [[Khadur]] near [[Amritsar]]. She had two brothers, [[Dassu]] and [[Datu]], and one younger sister named [[Anokhi]].  
 
She was born in 1532 at village [[Khadur]] near [[Amritsar]]. She had two brothers, [[Dassu]] and [[Datu]], and one younger sister named [[Anokhi]].  
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She received her early education directly from her parents. [[Guru Angad Dev]] taught her, along with the other children, to read and write in [[Gurmukhi]] script, which he had revised and simplified.  
 
She received her early education directly from her parents. [[Guru Angad Dev]] taught her, along with the other children, to read and write in [[Gurmukhi]] script, which he had revised and simplified.  
  
She also learnt many sacred hymns from her father. Writer of the ''"Bansawali Namma"'' tell us that she had learnt by heart sacred hymns like ‘[[Sidh Goshat]]’ and others. She had been gifted by nature with a sweet voice. In short, she was a talented girl. <!----
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She also learnt many [[shabad|sacred hymns]] from her father. Writer of the ''"Bansawali Namma"'' tell us that she had learnt by heart sacred hymns like ‘[[Sidh Goshat]]’ and others. She had been gifted by nature with a sweet voice. In short, she was a talented girl. <!----
  
 
When she came of age, she was married to [[Bhai Jasoo]] son of [[Bhai Manak Chand]], a well-known religious minded person of village [[Basarke]], about eight miles from [[Amritsar]]. Bibi Amro’s parents encouraged her to continue singing sacred hymns and to preach [[Sikhism]].  [[Bhai Gurdas]] also belonged to this family.
 
When she came of age, she was married to [[Bhai Jasoo]] son of [[Bhai Manak Chand]], a well-known religious minded person of village [[Basarke]], about eight miles from [[Amritsar]]. Bibi Amro’s parents encouraged her to continue singing sacred hymns and to preach [[Sikhism]].  [[Bhai Gurdas]] also belonged to this family.
  
 
As was the custom of the day she was sent to live with her husband's family. Her father encouraged her to continue doing [[kirtan]] and to preach [[Sikhism]] to all that she came in contact with. [[Amar Das]] who was her husband's uncle was quite taken by her sweet melodious voice when he heard her singing [[Shabad]]s (holy hymns). ----> {{aowf|Bibi Amro}}
 
As was the custom of the day she was sent to live with her husband's family. Her father encouraged her to continue doing [[kirtan]] and to preach [[Sikhism]] to all that she came in contact with. [[Amar Das]] who was her husband's uncle was quite taken by her sweet melodious voice when he heard her singing [[Shabad]]s (holy hymns). ----> {{aowf|Bibi Amro}}

Revision as of 06:32, 19 September 2010

BIBI AMRO was the daughter of Guru Angad, the second Sikh Master. It was her and Mata Khivi, her mother, the noble Sikh women who deserve the credit of attracting Amar Das, an idol worshipper, to Sikhism.

As a result, enabling him to become Guru Amar Das, the 3rd Master. Thus she was an indirect instrument in the early development of Sikhism.

She was born in 1532 at village Khadur near Amritsar. She had two brothers, Dassu and Datu, and one younger sister named Anokhi.

She received her early education directly from her parents. Guru Angad Dev taught her, along with the other children, to read and write in Gurmukhi script, which he had revised and simplified.

She also learnt many sacred hymns from her father. Writer of the "Bansawali Namma" tell us that she had learnt by heart sacred hymns like ‘Sidh Goshat’ and others. She had been gifted by nature with a sweet voice. In short, she was a talented girl. .....More