Tara Singh Malhotra - Early Life

Early Life

Master Tara Singh was born in a Punjabi Hindu family on 24 June 1885 in the village Harial in Rawalpindi District, now in Pakistan. His childhood name was Nanak Chand and his father's name was Bakshi Gopi Chand. He had four brothers and a sister. His father was the village patwari by profession as well as by caste, and was held in great esteem by the villagers, and his mother was Mullan Devi, a very pious lady. The entire family, especially their parents believed in Sikh Gurus and Gurbani.

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