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Tenth Guru of Sikhism

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Guru Gobind Singh was the tenth Guru of Sikhism. He was born in Patna, Bihar in India and became a Guru on 11 November 1675, at the age of nine years, succeeding his father Guru Tegh Bahadur. He was the leader of the Sikh faith, a warrior, a poet, and a philosopher. Guru Gobind Singh's life and teachings have had a lasting impression on Sikh ideology as well as in their daily life. His establishment of the Khalsa is considered as one of the most important events in the history of Sikhism. He fought twenty defensive battles with the Mughals and their alliances, such as Rajas of Shivalik Hills. Guru Gobind Singh was the last human Sikh Guru; and declared the Guru Granth Sahib in 7 October 1708, the holy scripture of Sikhism, as the next permanent Sikh Guru.

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 When Lord ordained me to be born in this world, I was born in this Darkage of Kaliyuga. I was not interested in coming to the world being firmly established in the holy feet of the Lord. God explained to me the purpose and then sent me to this world with a directive. 
— Guru Gobind Singh
 Let the Eternal Truth be known by all, Only those who thirst for the Divine attain Him 
— Guru Gobind Singh
 God has no marks, no color, no caste, and no ancestors, no form, no complexion, no outline, no costume and is indescribable 
— Guru Gobind Singh
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 Recognise the whole mankind as one race 
— Guru Gobind Singh
 They are the idol worshipers, and I am the idol breaker 
— Guru Gobind Singh

 I belong to the Khalsa, the Khalsa belongs to me, in the wildest sea they provide shelter, Khalsa is the army of the Lord, and never has God been more pleased, than the day the Khalsa was formed. 
— Guru Gobind Singh
 If a man stands behind the back of a Singh, let alone (anyone) catching that person, a goat or a sheep or a deer cannot even pass nearby. 
— Guru Gobind Singh
 The powerful Hari Chand in his rage took over his bow and aimed at my horse, he shot the first arrow. The second arrow he shot while aiming at me... The third arrow he shot at my belt which pierced and went across my belt. Its tip pricked my skin but no wound occurred. With my bow in my hand I shot... I killed the brave warrior Hari Chand with my very first arrow. 
— Guru Gobind Singh
 Alone, one of my soldiers will stand alone and fight an army of 125,000... it is because of them I am so honored to call myself Gobind Singh. 
— Guru Gobind Singh

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