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Weapons of Mata Bhago ji at Hazur Sahib

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Awesome share Singh!

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Nice, I saved all photos for future reference.

I heard the large guns were fired off the shoulder of the person in the front. I am not sure how true that is, but large guns were also fired off of elephant-back and camel-back.

Btw did Mai Bhago ji go to Hazur sahib area?

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Not sure about the historical facts, but they had a place for Mata Ji along with 2 Panj Pyaras , just below sachkhand hazur sahib. Its called Asthan Bunga. Yeah I tagged you so you can use these kinds of weapons in your historical paintings as needed.

@BhagatSingh   Here is a video I found, after quick search on utube.

 

 

 

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Who translated the above Samurai? 

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@HSD1 I didn't even notice the swivel gun there till you mentioned it lol. But those matchlocks seem to be at least 5ft long.

(For those unfamiliar, the swivel gun is below Guru Sahib's photo.)

@samuraiNice find bro. I didn't know that Mai Bhago ji had lost her close family before the Muktsar episode. That adds more depth to her story. It suggests that Mai Bhago ji was a family woman, until she loses her family, at which point she goes into full bhagti mode and learns to wield shastars. I would be interested in reading more of the writings about her from Suraj Prakhash.

@dalsingh101 The translation seems to be pretty accurate. Though I think here, dastaare just means to cover your head, and not specifically talking about a turban.

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On 1/22/2016 at 4:25 PM, BhagatSingh said:

I didn't know that Mai Bhago ji had lost her close family before the Muktsar episode. 

Bro, there is another historical text which mentions that Mata jee lost her husband and a brother in a battle.

 

Bhul chuk maaf

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45 minutes ago, paapiman said:

Bro, there is another historical text which mentions that Mata jee lost her husband and a brother in a battle.

 

Bhul chuk maaf

Here it is:

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Source: Guru Kian Saakhian

 

Bhul chuk maaf

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