Bhai Jeevan Singh, along with two other Sikhs, returned after carrying the mutilated body of Guru Teg Bahadur from the crowd. The Guru Gobind Singh honoured Bhai Jeevan Singh with the title of Mazhabi (Faithful). Bhai Jeevan Singh fulfilled his father’s wish by bringing Guru Tegh Bahadur’s head from Delhi to Gobind Rai at Anandpur Sahib. Bhai Jeevan Singh also authored a significant work titled ‘Shri Guru Katha,’ documenting the exploits of Guru Gobind Singh. Upon his passing in 1705, a memorial tomb was erected in his honour at the Gurdwara Shaheed Burj Sahib in Chamkaur. If you wish to Buy Bhai Jeevan Singh’s 350th birth Anniversary India Stamp or India Miniature sheets then visit Philacy.com
23-12-2010: Bhai Jeevan Singh 350th Birth Anniversary India Stamp
Bhai Jeevan Singh was born in 1661 in Patna, Bihar. He grew up in Patna, where he received training in various subjects, including martial arts and the art of warfare. He also acquired skills in horse riding, swimming, music, and kirtan. When the Sikh family living in Patna returned to Punjab, Bhai Jeevan Singh and his family moved to Ramdas village, where they lived with Bhai Gurditta, the great-grandson of Baba Buddha. Indian Postal Department released a stamp on the 350th birth anniversary of Bhai Jeevan Singh. Later, bhai Jeevan Singh married Raj Kaur, the daughter of Surjan Singh. The 9th Guru of the Guru Tegh Bahadur Singh, the Sikhs, was martyred at the hands of the Mughals in Chandni Chowk, Delhi.