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Women and Children also gave their lives for Sikhi - The Sikh children were thrown up in the air and caught on spears, thus killing them and then cut into small pieces and put around their mothers necks. But still neither gave up their Sikhi. The Sikh Women were given a flour grinding instrument called a Chakki, which was made, to be 3 times heavier then a normal one, speically for the Sikh Women. They would happily put their bodys to ache and grind the flour all day singing the hymns of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, and watch their kids be martyred infront of them BUT did not give up their Sikhi.

Women and Children also gave their lives for Sikhi - The Sikh children were thrown up in the air and caught on spears, thus killing them and then cut into small pieces and put around their mothers necks. But still neither gave up their Sikhi. The Sikh Women were given a flour grinding instrument called a Chakki, which was made, to be 3 times heavier then a normal one, speically for the Sikh Women. They would happily put their bodys to ache and grind the flour all day singing the hymns of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, and watch their kids be martyred infront of them BUT did not give up their Sikhi.
Admin Singh, Jun 29, 2008