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Mai Bhago (also known as Mata Bhag Kaur) was a Sikh woman who led Sikh soldiers against the Mughals in 1705. She killed several enemy soldiers on the battlefield, and is considered to be a saint by Sikhs.

Mai Bhago (also known as Mata Bhag Kaur) was a Sikh woman who led Sikh soldiers against the Mughals in She killed several enemy soldiers on the battlefield, and is considered to be a saint by Sikhs.

The First Woman Commander-in-Chief : Rani Sada Kaur became a young widow when her husband was killed in a battle among Punjabi chiefdoms. She used the moment to transform herself into a woman-warrior, donning a high turban and weaponry. She commanded battles and laid the foundation for the Sikh empire, which spanned the Punjab from 1799 to 1849. She closely advised her son-in-law as he became the first Maharaja of the new empire, Maharaja Ranjit Singh.

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The First Woman Commander-in-Chief : Rani Sada Kaur became a young widow when…

Baba Deep Singh Ji is one of the greatest examples of how a Saint Soldier should lead their lives. He epitomised every aspect of being a Saint Soldier, and today due to his actions and conduct he is rightly remembered as one of the most honoured martyrs in Sikh history. He was a GurSikh who fought the enemy even with a severed head. Those images amazed me as a youngster, and i'm sure the youth of today still look upto heroes such as Baba Deep Singh Ji

Amar Shaheed baba Deep Singh ji, he fought with his head on his hand

Mai Bhago also Known as Mata Bhag Kaur was a Sikh woman who led Sikh soldiers against the mughals in She killed several enemy soldiers on the battlefield, and is considered to be a saint by Sikhs.

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Mata Khivi (1506-1582)  The First to Serve Langar     Mata Khivi followed Guru Nanak and prepared food for all who came to hear the Guru's spiritual discourse. When her husband became the second Sikh guru, Guru Angad, she presided over langar, a free and open kitchen, serving food to rich and poor of all castes and backgrounds. Today, every Sikh gurdwara in the world serves langar to the community.

10 Sikh Women You Should Know and Why You Should Know Them

Sikh art Have you seen this beautiful Guru Nanak Dev Ji artwork... #sikhblog #feedly

Sikh art Have you seen this beautiful Guru Nanak Dev Ji artwork left for sale) by Jatinder Singh Durhailay ( 🙏🏽😀 Truly majestic.

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