Rare hukamnamas and relics of the Guru's III

Dastaar of Guru Gobind Singh Ji

Standing on the right is Bhai Jasbir Singh, the 10th descendant of Mai Desan. According to Bhai Sahib, all 12 items on display have been authenticated by Bhai Veer Singh Sahitya Sadan and the Indian National Trust for Arts and Cultural Heritage (INTACH). All the items, he said, were treated to enable them to last for at least another 200 years. A reminder, though: the style in which the dastaar is seen here cannot be attributed to the way Guruji had tied his dastaar.  Photos by Jaspal Singh
 

 

 

Kalgi of Guru Gobind Singh Ji kept at Takhat Hazoor Sahib Ji , Nanded.

 

Dastaar of Guru Gobind Singh Ji

   
Dastaar of Guru Gobind Singh Ji This kacheraa, knee-length shorts, was presented to Guru Gobind Singhji by Mai Desan
Steel glasses used by S.Zorawar Singh Ji and S.Fateh Singh Ji .  
Mohti Mehra brought milk for the young Sahibzaday when they were incarcerated for four days at Sirhand. These two metal glasses were used by the Sahibzaday to drink the milk and are a poignant reminder of their bravery .  
Photo courtesy of Barinder Singh
 
  Steel glasses used by S.Zorawar Singh Ji and S.Fateh Singh Ji.
  Moti Mehra was later captured by the Moghal authorities and he and his family were brutely tortured and killed.
  Photo courtesy of Barinder Singh
   
Shield belonging to Guru Gobind Singh Ji.
 
picture by Gurinder Singh
 
Ceremonial arrow belonging to Guru Gobind Singh Ji
 
picture by Gurinder Singh
 
Teer of arrow at Gurdwara Sahib.
 
picture by Gurinder Singh
 
Talwaars belonging to Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji.
 
picture by Haruzi Khalsa
 
   
Articles of Guru Arjan Dev Sahib Ji Articles of Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Ji
   
Guru Gobind Singh Ji's necklace Small Siri Sahib of Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Ji
 
 
 
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