Asthan Bunga Mai Bhago Ji Takht Sri Hazur Sahib

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Mai Bhago also known as Mata Bhag Kaur was a Sikh woman who led 40 Sikh soldiers against the Mughals in 1705. She killed several enemy soldiers on the battlefield, and is considered to be a saint warrior by the Sikh Nation for over 300 years. She was the sole survivor of the battle of Khidrana, i.e. Battle of Muktsar (fought on 29 December 1705); She was a daughter of Bhai Mallo Shah. She was also the grand-daughter of Bhai Piro Shah, who was the younger brother of Bhai Langah, a Dhillon Jatt Chaudhary of 84 villages, who had become a Sikh during the time of Guru Arjan, the fifth Sikh Guru. She was the only sister of four brothers.

Born at her ancestral village of Jhabal Kalan in present day Amritsar district of the Punjab, in the Majha region, she was married to Nidhan Singh Warraich of Patti; She was a staunch Sikh by birth and upbringing. She was distressed to hear in 1705 that some of the Sikhs of her village neighborhood, who had gone to Anandpur Sahib to fight for Guru Gobind Singh Ji, had deserted him under adverse conditions.