Sahibzada Ajit Singh 11 February 1687 - 7 December 1705, the oldest of four children of Guru Gobind Singh, was destined to Mata Jito ji otherwise called Mata Sundari ji at Paonta sahib on 11 February 1687. The next year, Guru Gobind Singh came back with the family to Anandpur where Ajit Singh was raised in the affirmed Sikh style.
He was educated the religious writings, logic and history, and had preparing in the hand to hand fighting, for example, riding, swordsmanship, gatka and arrow based weaponry. He grew up to be a good looking young fellow, solid, smart and a characteristic pioneer of individuals. Not long after the production of the Khalsa on 30 March 1699, he had his first trial of aptitude. A gathering of Sikhs sangat originating from Pothohar, northwest Punjab, was assaulted and plundered in transit by the Ranghars of Nuh, a short separation from Anandpur over the River Sutlej.
Master Gobind Singh sent Sahibzada Ajit Singh, scarcely 12 years old at that point, to that town to intercede and guard the sangat. Ajit Singh at the head of 100 Sikhs came to there on 23 May 1699, rebuffed the Ranghars and recuperated the plundered property. Following this fruitful mission, a substantially harder undertaking was endowed to him the next year when the slope boss bolstered by royal troops assaulted Anandpur. Sahibzada Ajit Singh was influenced in charge of the protection of Taragarh To stronghold which turned into the principal focus of assault.