GURJANT RUPOWALI … ANAYSIS OF A KATHA IN NEW ZEALAND
The video shows the MOORAKH NINDAK MISSIONARY Kathakar questioning and rasing doubts if the BEDAWA (a letter disowning Guru Gobind Singh Ji) that was given to the 40 Mukte when Chamkaur was under seige.
The Battle of Muktsar or Battle of Khidrāne took place on 8 May 1705 following the siege of Anandpur. In 1704, Anandpur was under an extended siege by the allied forces of the Mughals and the hill chiefs.
During the siege 40 men, led by Bhai Maha Singh, son of Shaheed Bhai Mani Singh, Diwan of the Tenth Guru and Jathedar of Amritsar during Tenth Guru, wrote letters of bedava (abandonment of a Sikh from his Guru) to Guru Gobind Singh. And they deserted Guru Ji and left for their homes.
They arrived in the village of Jhabal where a Sikh woman named Mai Bhago, upon hearing their tale of desertion, motivated them into returning to Guru Ji at Anandpur Sahib.
The 40 deserters with Mai Bhago returned to seek out Guru Gobind Singh, and joined him near Khidrāne Dee Dhāb preparing for battle against the Mughals. They fought, defeated the Mughals and died in the ensuing battle.
Guru, finding the dying Maha Singh on the battlefield after the battle, forgave him and his compatriots, TORE UP THEIR LETTER OF BEDAWA, and blessed them for their service. The place was later renamed Muktsar, literally meaning The Pool of Liberation.
Mai Bhago survived the battle and stayed on with Guru Gobind Singh Ji as one of his bodyguards.