Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti is celebrated by the Sikhs as the birthday of their 10th and last Guru Gobind Singh. This day witnesses extensive parades and exceptional supplication get-togethers at all Gurudwaras. Guru Gobind Singh 1666-1708 C.E. turned into the tenth Sikh Guru after his dad, Guru Tegh Bahadur, had relinquished his life to secure the opportunity of love by Hindus, who were being debilitated with transformation or demise by Muslim rulers.
Snatching of ladies and loot of merchandise were widespread, yet the general population were excessively meek and threatened, making it impossible to stand up to. Amidst this political circumstance, Guru Gobind Singh increased extraordinary stature as both Saint and trooper a pioneer of firm profound standards and extreme commitment to God, and in the meantime, intrepid devotion to shielding all individuals from mistreatment and foul play through the act of Kshatradharma.