Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib, the Ninth Guru (Revealer of the Sikh faith) of the Sikhs was born on Baisakh vadi 5, 1678 Birkimi i.e. April 1, 1621 in Amritsar, Punjab. He was the youngest of the five sons of Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib, the Sixth Guru of the Sikhs and Bibi Nanaki. His childhood name was Tyag Mal, tyag
means 'giving away' or parting with what one possesses. As a small child he gave away his clothes to a poor child in charity. On being asked by his mother as to why he had done so, he promptly answered that no one else would have given 'that boy' any clothes whereas you will immediately give me new clothes. From his early childhood, he was very humble, religious and detached from wordly possessions. During his childhood, Bhai Buddha Ji, a very revered Sikh of the time, taught him the manly arts of archery and horsemanship and Bhai Gurdas Ji, another renowned Sikh was in-charge of his religious instruction.
Haryana government today suspended an Assistant consolidation officer, Dalbir Singh who had executed the mutation of controversial land deal of Congress President Sonia Gandhi’s son-in-law Robert Vadra. But his suspension has been ordered in a new case of alleged corruption that came to light recently.