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In 1066 Guru Gobind Singh, the 10th guru, announced that the celebration of Vaisakhi was to be turned into the day the Sikhs turn into a group of "soldier saints"
Guru Gobind Singh founded the Khalsa in front of thousands. Later on in the festival, he went into a tent and came out with a sword in his hands. He challenged any Sikh who was brave enough to give his life for his faith.
One brave man volunteered and he and the Guru went inside the tent. There was a swish of a sword. The guru exited the tent alone, with his sword smothered with blood. The Guru repeated this four more times, until a total of five men had disappeared into the tent.
The crowd was very concerned until they saw five men exit the tent all wearing turbans with the Guru. These men became known as the " Panj Piare" or the "Beloved Five"
The men were then baptised into the Khalsa by the Guru. He sprinkled them with Amrit (" immortalising nectar" the Sikh term for holy water ) and said prayers.
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