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  1. Sodhis are also from the family of Guru Ram Das. They are still alive, but the relationship between them and the Sikhs has been sour for very long time. They are spread all over Punjab (Anandpur Sahib, Kartarpur Sahib and other cities and towns. They are the custodians of the Adi Bir or Adi Sri Granth also known as the Kartarpuri Bir. Of course, there are Bhallas, Trehans, and Bedis.

    There are many Sikhs and non-Sikhs, who claim to belong to the families of the Sikh Gurus, but they are NOT following the teachings of the Sikh Gurus.

    Guru Gobind Singh sacrificed all four sons for the Khalsa Panth and had no biological children (bindi) left. Two of them (Baba Ajit Singh and Baba Jujhar Singh, ages 16 and 14) achieved martyrdom in the battle of Chamkaur Sahib against the Mughal forces and the two youngers one ages 7 and 9 were bricked up alive in Sirhind by Wazir Khan, the Governor of Sirhind.

    Any Amritdhari (initiated or baptized) Sikh is a spiritual child (nadi offspring), son or daughter of Guru Gobind Singh and Mata Sahib Kaur. In fact, Sikhs are called sons of the Guru in Guru Granth Sahib itself!

    Some of the Bedis are active in Sikh religious affairs and follow the Khalsa way of life. They are respected members of the Sikh community. Of course, there are many who claim to belong to the family of the Sikh Gurus. In most cases, it is for collecting offerings from the unsuspecting Sikhs and non-Sikhs. Many of them have deras (vicarages) in many parts of Punjab and other states in India. Of course, there are many imposters.

    Amitabh Bachan’s mother belonged to the Sikh family, but she had no connection with the families of the Sikh Gurus. Amitabh Bachan is said to have played a very negative role in the government sponsored genocide of the Sikhs in November 1984

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