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There is an army of Shaheed Singhs that have been ordered by Guru Sahib to constantly protect Gurdwaras and Gursikhs. They are the special forces of Guru Sahib and completely one with him. They are very powerful and even greater than the Hindu gods who do not have as much power. The Shaheed Singhs dress in old Khalsa bana, either blue or sometimes white, and also carry many shastars. Although they usually go about in secret and cannot be seen, at times they make themselves visible. These Shaheed Singhs have been seen during the 1947 Partition, guarding Gurdwaras and at other times have helped Singhs protect Guru Granth Sahib jee.

Bhai Soorat Singh was a Gursikh who even in 1949 used to do yatra of Hemkunt Sahib. He says that, “Every year I would go from Gobind Dham to Hemkunt Sahib and in the evening return back. I would do the bhog of a sehaj paath there in 15 or 16 days. When I would o paath there though, I wouldn’t speak but sometimes it seemed to me tha thte Gurdwara Sahib was filled with Singhs and sometimes there was no one. On the day of the bhog, I finished by saying a Fateh! And to my surprise, it was answered by 16 Singhs sitting in the sangat. Five or six of them were wearing blue clothes and the rest were wearing white. All had shastars. One Singh stood and said, “Bhai Sahib, do not doubt us. We are 16 Shaheed Singhs in this Gurdwara and many others also go around here.â€

Many times I would spend the night in the veranda and I would hear the keertan of Asa Dee Vaar. Once, at 3:15, I was sitting in the veranda when I saw a being riding on a white lion come, bathe in the sarovar and then ride off again on the lion.â€

The Shaheed Singhs also stay with Gursikhs at all times. During the time of Sant Attar Singh jee, it was seen that a Singh riding a horse would circumambulate Sant jee’s tent. The tent was on the banks of the Jehlum, and the horse would go on the three sides which were faced by land, but also on the fourth side which was the river Jehlum. The rider would yell out a jaikara as well. When Sant jee was asked about this, he said that Shaheed Singhs do come and protect Gursikhs but those that can see this should not tell others.

In Bhai Sahib Randhir Singh jee’s time, Shaheed Singhs could sometimes be seen at the Dhaab he and other Singhs did naam abhyaas at.

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Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki fateh.

As a young child of about 3 holding my late dad's finger and walking along one evening reciting Rehrass...i distinctly remember hearing hoof beats following us at the back....when i turned to have a look..my dad reprimanded me and said" Dont look back. It is a shaheed Singh Ji and he is following us because we are reciting GURBANI.

At age 12 due to some financial difficulties my dad and mum had to work out station and we children were left on our own. I being the ledest was in charge. We would go upstairs to our second storey balcony and gaze far to see dad coming back every evening. One night we waited until almost midnight and dad still hadnt tunred up...suddenly we heard a neighing sound and a Shastar Dharee Singh Ji on a White Horse so tall that it reached up to the second story balcony appeared in front of us in a shining white light and we heard a voice that dad was in the local hospital in a coma due to an accident. I quickly got downstairs and cycled five miles to the local hospital and sure enough there was my dad with two broken arms after being involved in a motor accident...the surgeon wanted to shave his arms for an operation to reset the badly smashed bone and he awoke just in time to say no way...he healed very well without any surgery.

Later my dad related to me that this particular shaheed singh was a Bhai Darshan Singh who had been martyred in a Battle with a Muslim soldier and he had been appearing regularly in our hour of need.

In 1975 while in Singapore, i was on a road shoulder of a busy road waiting to cross and somehow i got so engrossed in my paath that i ddint realise i had stepped on the road and begun crossing..right in front of a speeding bus....suddenly i got such a strong "kick" in the butt that I went flying to the opposite side...safe and sound but shocked at a narrow escape..when i reached home...my dad was on the phone from Kuala Lumpur 250 miles away scolding me for being so careless...if not for Shaheed darshan Singh Ji he told me I would be history by now.

The last thing my dad told me before he left this world in 1984 was that a very major event is about to take place in Punjab and that he was going to join the shaheed faujaan as a nimana soldier......he had taken a hukmnama a week before and knew his end was near.... just four weeks later Bluestar took place.

These are a few of my own personal experiences with this special aspect of "spiritual" life. as far as i know these are not "bhoots" or roohaan as we normally think of. They are special forces and they have their own rules and practises most of which are beyond our realm. Mostly they keep out of our way but on ocassion if help is warranted they do help. Thats all I cna say with conviction.

dass jarnail Singh.

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  • 5 months later...

lol and what happened in nicobar and andaman islands ? when the tsunami hit? The mosque remains untouched.. yet the gurdwara had its roof teared off. The foundations exposed making the building unsafe. And Maharaj saroops destroyed and damaged and found lying on the ground several kilometers from the gurdwara.. Why didnt the shaheeds protect the Gurdwara and Guru Sahib then ?

Not saying shaheeds dont exist just wondering where they went?

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Waheguru ji ka khalsa waheguru ji ki fateh

My relatives were driving down the motorway when their car rolled down the bridge and into the water. They managed to get out safely but when rescued they had not found Guru Granth Sahib Ji which had fallen out of the car as the car dropped down.

They went back and found Guru Ji sitting on the rocks closed and upright.

Waheguru ji ka khalsa waheguru ji ki fateh

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