Sahibzada" signifies "child" in Punjabi and is a term ordinarily used to allude to the 4 children of Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Sikh Guru. The word is a conventional word not utilized as a part of the regular dialect of today. The plural of the word is "Sahibzade" with an extended "A" sound toward the end.
The more youthful combine, called the "Chotta Sahibzade" were martyred together by the Mughals in Sirhind at the young age of 6 and 9 years of age. The more seasoned sahibzade, called the "Vaada Sahibzade" passed on battling the adversary of a large number at the youthful age of 18 and 14 years of age in fight at Chamkaur Sahib.