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He was a great Sikh Warrior but was not a Sikh by birth. He was executed by the Mughals. Before his death, he was given an opportunity to change his religion, which he refused. His son was killed by the Mughals in front of him in 1716. Who was the warrior?

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Bhai Baz Singh
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Guru Hargobind Singh
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Banda Singh Bahadur
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D
Guru Gobind Singh
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The correct option is C Banda Singh Bahadur
Banda Singh Bahadur was captured and brought to Delhi by tying him in chains. Each day after the next six months after his capture, his warriors were executed by the Mughals. He was asked to choose Islam and save himself. He denied and they killed his son in front of him. Before his execution, he told the judge that he deserved this because he had failed his Guru. He was tortured with red-hot iron rods and barbarically killed by the Mughals.

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