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'''On 16 September''' every year, the [[Sikh]] community worldwide commemorate the [[barsi]] of their fourth master, [[Guru Ram Das]]. Guru ji was born at Chuna Mandi Bazaar, [[Lahore]] at the site of the present holy shrine on [[October 9]], [[1534]] and spent his first seven years of life here. Soon after birth, he was given the name '''Jetha''', meaning '''the first born'''.  
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'''On [[16 September]]''' every year, the [[Sikh]] community worldwide commemorate the [[barsi]] (anniversary of death) of their fourth master, [[Guru Ram Das]].  
  
Following Guruship of exactly 7 years starting in [[1574]], the Guru's youngest son, Arjan was nominated the [[fifth Guru]], as per the famous [[Creation of Shabad Hazaray|Sakhi]] regarding the [[Sikh]] [[Bani]] (prayer) called [[Shabad Hazaray]]. Shortly thereafter Guru Ram Das ji left his physical form on [[September 16]], [[1581]] in [[Lahore]].  
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Guru ji was born at [[Chuna Mandi Bazaar]], [[Lahore]] at the site of the present holy shrine on [[October 9]], [[1534]] and spent his first seven years of life here.  
  
His simple and God-fearing parents, '''Hari Das''' and '''Anup Devi''' of [[Lahore]] were delighted at this precious gift from [[Waheguru]]. As he was growing up and in his teens, he would be found in the company of religious men. Jetha became a handsome young man. One day he came across a party of [[Sikh]]s who were on their way to [[Goindwal]] to pay homage to [[Guru Amar Das]] ji. He decided to join them and also travel to Goindwal. Upon their arrival and meeting, [[Guru Amar Das]], the third [[Sikh Guru]] at once noticed the young Jetha with his pleasant manner and sense of devotion. <!-----------While his fellow travellers returned to [[Lahore]], Jetha decided to stay and become a disciple of [[Guru Amar Das]] ji. His hard work, and devotion eventually won him the hand of [[Guru Amar Das|Guru Amar Das's]] younger daughter, [[Bibi Bhani]]. They went on to have three sons, Prithi Chand, Mahadev and [[Guru Arjan|Arjan Dev]].  
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Soon after birth, he was given the name '''Jetha''', meaning '''the first born'''.
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Following a [[Guruship]] of exactly 7 years starting in [[1574]], the Guru's youngest son, [[Arjan]] was nominated the [[fifth Guru]], as per the famous [[Creation of Shabad Hazaray|Sakhi]] regarding the [[Sikh]] [[Bani]] (prayer) called [[Shabad Hazaray]]. Shortly thereafter Guru Ram Das left his physical form on [[September 16]], [[1581]] in [[Lahore]].
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His simple and God-fearing parents, '''Hari Das''' and '''Anup Devi''' of [[Lahore]] were delighted at this precious gift from [[Waheguru]]. As he was growing up and in his teens, he would be found in the company of religious men. Jetha became a handsome young man. <!-----------One day he came across a party of [[Sikh]]s who were on their way to [[Goindwal]] to pay homage to [[Guru Amar Das]] ji. He decided to join them and also travel to Goindwal. Upon their arrival and meeting, [[Guru Amar Das]], the third [[Sikh Guru]] at once noticed the young Jetha with his pleasant manner and sense of devotion. While his fellow travellers returned to [[Lahore]], Jetha decided to stay and become a disciple of [[Guru Amar Das]] ji. His hard work, and devotion eventually won him the hand of [[Guru Amar Das|Guru Amar Das's]] younger daughter, [[Bibi Bhani]]. They went on to have three sons, Prithi Chand, Mahadev and [[Guru Arjan|Arjan Dev]].  
  
 
He became a trusted disciple of [[Guru Amar Das]] ji and undertook many [[sewa]]s (free services) and also successfully represented [[Guru Amar Das]] ji before the [[Mughal]] royal court to defend the charges by jealous [[Hindu]]s that [[Sikhism]] maligned both [[Hindu]] and [[Muslim]] religions. ''"Birth and caste are of no avail before God....."'' ------>{{Aowf|Guru Ram Das}}
 
He became a trusted disciple of [[Guru Amar Das]] ji and undertook many [[sewa]]s (free services) and also successfully represented [[Guru Amar Das]] ji before the [[Mughal]] royal court to defend the charges by jealous [[Hindu]]s that [[Sikhism]] maligned both [[Hindu]] and [[Muslim]] religions. ''"Birth and caste are of no avail before God....."'' ------>{{Aowf|Guru Ram Das}}

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Guru Ram Das}

On 16 September every year, the Sikh community worldwide commemorate the barsi (anniversary of death) of their fourth master, Guru Ram Das.

Guru ji was born at Chuna Mandi Bazaar, Lahore at the site of the present holy shrine on October 9, 1534 and spent his first seven years of life here.

Soon after birth, he was given the name Jetha, meaning the first born.

Following a Guruship of exactly 7 years starting in 1574, the Guru's youngest son, Arjan was nominated the fifth Guru, as per the famous Sakhi regarding the Sikh Bani (prayer) called Shabad Hazaray. Shortly thereafter Guru Ram Das left his physical form on September 16, 1581 in Lahore.

His simple and God-fearing parents, Hari Das and Anup Devi of Lahore were delighted at this precious gift from Waheguru. As he was growing up and in his teens, he would be found in the company of religious men. Jetha became a handsome young man. .....More