Mata Sahib Kaur by Sarabjit Singh

Mata Sahib Kaur Ji, who is also called Mata Sahib Devan Ji, was born on the 1st November 1681 in a village called Rohtas, District Jehlum, in West Panjab, (now in Pakistan). She was born to Mata Jasdevi Ji and Bhai Rama Ji, in-house of Kumrav Kshatriyas. Her father, who was an ardent devotee of Guru Gobind Singh Ji, influenced her to the extent that she wanted to devote her whole life in the service of the Guru Sahib. She earned the distinction of being called the Mother of the Khalsa; by instilling the first Amrit with the sweet patasas (candy) that balances its fierceness.

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