Guru Har Krishan Ji

Guru Har Krishan Ji

Guru Har Krishan Ji

Shri Guru Har Krishan Ji was the eighth of the Ten human shape Gurus of Sikhism. He was the second child of the seventh Guru, Sri Guru Har Rai Ji and Mata Krishan Kaur Ji (Sulakhni Ji).

Prior to passing ceaselessly in 1661, Guru Har Rai Sahib Ji had announced that his more youthful child Har Krishan, would be the following Sikh Guru. In this manner, Har Krishan Sahib rose to the position of the royalty of Guruship on Sunday, 20 October 1661, at the youthful age of five years.

In mankind’s history, there are nevertheless a couple of lovers of God who have accomplished a preeminent level of otherworldliness in such a youthful age, as Guru Har Krishan Sahib did. Regardless of his young age, Guru Sahib used to amuse the hearts of his devotees by his discourses on the sections from the blessed sacred text, Guru Granth Sahib Ji.

Guru Ji To Delhi : –

Guru Ji and Mughal interference : –

Guru Har Krishan Ji

RulerAurangzeb was not satisfied to find out about the developing prominence of Guru Har Krishan. He requested that the youthful Guru visit his Darbar (Court) at Delhi as he finished with his dad, Guru Har Rai. His dad, as opposed to going to Delhi himself available no matter what to Aurangzeb, had sent his senior child, Ram Rai, to the sovereign’ s court.

Before his demise Guru Har Rai, mindful that Aurangzeb favored Ram Rai as the following Guru of the Sikhs, advised his chi

ld to never meet with Aurangzeb. At the point when a worker of Raja Jai Singh of Amber touched base with the sovereign’ s ask for, Guru Har Krishan consulted his driving Sikhs. With caught hands, they answered “We are thy workers, Lord. With thy information of ‘the three universes’, thou knowest best.” Guru Har Krishan, having settled on his choice, required the dispatcher and disclosed to him that he would go with him to Delhi. Setting out to Delhi, Guru Har Krishan went through Ropar, Banur and Ambala, regularly halting to meet with hordes of his pupils who benefited themselves of the opportunity to meet with their new Guru.

An Illiterate Recites Saloks : –

At the point when Guru was close Panjokhara, a Sikh talked with lowliness, “Sangats are originating from Peshawar, Kabul and Kashmir. Remain here multi-day with the goal that they may have the shot of seeing you, Master.” The Guru concurred. In that town carried on a pandit, Lal Chand by name, who was glad for his station and in addition of his learning.

Guru Har Krishan Ji

He came to see the Guru and talked with criticism: “It is said that you sit on the gaddi of Guru Nanak. Be that as it may, what do you are aware of the old religious books’?” Chhajju Ram, an ignorant, town water-bearer of a low position that was prohibited access to the Vedas, happened to go by right then and there.

Master Har Krishan requested that Dargah Mall call him. As Chhajju Ram came, the Guru enquired in the event that he would disclose to the pandit the substance of the Bhagavad Gita. The uneducated villager shocked everybody by his relevant critique on the holy book. Lal Chand’s pride was survived.

Modestly he fell at the Guru’s feet. The two men turned into the Guru’s followers and flew out with him up to Kurukshetra. Lal Chand, taking Pahul moved toward becoming Lal Singh and was one of the Sikhs who battled with Guru Gobind Singh in the skirmish of Chamkaur on December 7, 1705, where he fell as a Martyr.

Guru Ji and Rani : –

Guru Har Krishan Ji

Keeping in mind the end goal to test the Guru’s insight, of which everybody talked exceedingly, Raja Jai Singh asked for the Guru Sahib to recognize the genuine ruler out of the similarly and fashionable women encompassing Guru Sahib.

The Guru on the double went to a woman dressed as a maidservant and sat in her lap. This woman was the genuine ruler. There are likewise a wide range of stories we find in some other Sikh records identifying with Guru Sahib’s psychological capacity.

The Rani had concocted her own test. she asked her better half, Jai Singh, to convey the Guru to the women’s home house. The Guru acknowledged the welcome. At the passage to the inward flats of the castle, he was gotten by the Raja’s workers with due respect. As he ventured inside, the women, in their expensive gems and garments, bowed in reverencers He strolled past them recognizing their welcome.

As he drew close to one dressed unobtrusively in a house keeper’s coarse homemade, he ceased and stated, You are the Rani. For what reason should you have dressed yourself in a cleaning specialist’s suit?” The Rani bowed her head in respect. Inside a limited ability to focus time Guru Harkrishan Sahib through his fraternization with the basic masses increased an ever increasing number of disciples in the capital.

Guru Ji and Small Pox : – 

Guru Harksrishan Ji suffered from Small Pox in childhood life. At the time, a serious plague of cholera and smallpox was assaulting Delhi. The youthful Guru started to keep an eye on the sufferers regardless of their cast and statement of faith. Especially, the nearby Muslim populace was so awed with the absolutely philanthropic deeds of the Guru Sahib that they gave him the epithet of Bala Pir.


Birth 1656 at KiratPur Sahib
Father / Mother Guru Har Rai Ji / Mata SulakhniJi
Guru Gadhi 1661 – 1664
Known as Child Prophet (Bal Guru)
Stayed in Delhi at The house of Mirza Jai Singh of Amber at Raisina (Gurudwara Bangla Sahib)
Mughal Emperor at his time Aurangzeb
His Successor Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji
Jyoti Jot 1664 at Delhi


Jyoti Jot : –

Prior to passing without end, when Guru Har Krishan was addressed on his successor, he only shouted “Baba Bakala ji”, in this way controlling Sikhs to the town Bakala close stream Beas in the Punjab region, the area of the following Guru, Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Ji . Guru ji passed away 1664 at Delhi.