There was a Kamboj Mohalla in Amritsar. About three centuries ago, a person was born in 1696. Parents named him Bishan Das. He received his education in Jammu Masjid and other institutions, and was able to get the service of Treasuries in the court of the Mughal Empire ( ref. ” Sikh Itihas De Some, by Giani Sohan Singh Seetal).

He was related and friend to Raj Kaul. Who was Raj Kaul? Raj Kaul was the son of Ganga Ram Kaul or the Gangu Brahmin of Sikh history.

Dear congregation,neither all brahmins are bad nor all the muslims are worse.Every society and community has bad elements in it.
– Bhai Kahan Singh Nabha and other dictionaries describe the word Dheeth as being those who can change their style and taste with extreme difficulity.

But those who can not change their style and taste even after many generations are called Ate-Dheeth.

Their deeds are called obstinate ones.

The great guru has rightly said “Kabir baans badai” Ang 1365 of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.

Bishan Das was doing service with the Mughal Court. The emperor Fur Khushier asked Raj Kaul to migrate to Delhi in 1716.

Raj Kaul migrated to Delhi near Nehar and a jagir was allotted by the emperor as a way to award Gangu Ram Kaul when he took the younger sons of Guru Gobind Singh Ji and Mother Mata Gujar Kaur Ji to the Mughal rulers.

Raj Kaul was advised by the emperor to change his last name from Kaul to Nehru.

Raj Kaul did so. He was a scholar of sanskrit and persion languages( ( Ref. “My Auto Biography” , by Pt. Jawahir Lal Nehru alias Kaul.

The emperor told Raj Kaul that Banda Singh Bahadur was not kept under control. Raj Kaul should do some thing.Then Raj Kaul had made so-called Tat Khalsa and Bandai Khalsa.

Raj Kaul had thus tried to saobotage the sikh cause. Raj Kaul had asked his friend Bishan Das to resign the Moghul Service .The later resigned his service. Bishan Das was a scholar of Punjabi,Dogri,Persion and Prakritak. The emperor started paying Bishan Das the double salary.

First,Bishan Das was made the servant of Raj Kaul to give necessary instructions to the former. Later Bishan Das was sent to Bhai Mani Singh ji in 1716. The purpose of sending Bishan Das to Bhai Mani singh was to get the knowledge of the Sikh scriptures and Sikh and Guru history so that this history can be altered later on.

In his Autobiography published in 1937 by Jawahar Lal Nehru, he himself had admitted that Raj Kaul and Ganga Ram Kaul were his forefathers.

Jawaharlal Nehru confirms the account to the relation with Kauls and writes in his autobiography:

We were Kashmiris. Over two hundred years ago, early in the eighteenth century, our ancestor came down from that mountain valley to seek fame and fortune in the rich plains below. Those were the days of the decline of the Moghal Empire after the death of Aurungzeb, and Farrukhsiar was the Emperor. Raj Kaul was the name of that ancestor of ours and he had gained eminence as a Sanskrit and Persian scholar in Kashmir. He attracted the notice of Farrukhsiar during the latter’s visit to Kashmir, and, probably at the Emperor’s instance, the family migrated to Delhi, the imperial capital, about the year 1716. A jagir with a house situated on the banks of a canal had been granted to Raj Kaul, and, from the fact of this residence, ‘Nehru’ (from nahar, a canal) came to be attached to his name. Kaul had been the family name; this changed to Kaul-Nehru; and, in later years, Kaul dropped out and we became simply Nehrus.

On the page 1 and 2 the Nehru had given his family members which are as follow Ganga Ram Kaul, Raj Kaul alias Nehru, Laxmi Naraya, Mausa Ram, Ganga Dhar, Moti Lal, Nehru Jawar Lal Nehru, Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi and so on so forth.

What happened to Darbar Sahib in 1984 and the Sikh massacre is painfully known to every one.

The blood had never changed even after three centuries whatever was done by Gangu. This is the worst example of At-Dheeth-Karam.

Source: SatGuru Blog

1.Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Darpan by principal Dr. Sahib Singh
2.Gur-Itihasby———Dr. Sahib Singh
3.sada-Itihas by———-Principal Satbir Singh
4.Gurshabad Ratnakar Mahankosh——–byBhai Kahan Singh Nabha
5.Prachin Panth Prakash———by Bhai Rattan Singh Bhangu edited by Bhai Veer Singh
6.Gurmat Martand written by——–Giani Lal Singh Sangrur printed by Lahore Book Shop,Lahore edited by Principal Teja Singh of Mohindra College,Patiala and printed in the year 1941
7.Jail Chithian and Andithi Duniya and other books——-all written by Bhai Randhir Singh
8The Sikh religion by Max Arthur Macaulife——–published by Oxford University Press
9.The Sikh History written by Hari Ram Gupta
10.The Sikh History written by J.D.Cunnigham
11.The Sikhs In History written by Dr. Sangat Singh
12.Janam Sakhi by Meharbaan13.Waran by Bhai Gurdas-1
14.My Autobiography written by Jawahar Lal Nehru published in 1937
15.From My Photo Album for Australia and Newzealand
16.Sikh History From Persion Sources edited by J.S.Grewal& Irfan Habib.
17.Guru Kian Sakhians written by Bhai Sarup Singh Kaushik edited by Pirara Singh Padam
18.History Of Punjab written by Mohammed Latif
19.Sri Guru Sobha witten by Sainapati Singh edited by Shamsher Singh Ashok published by Sikh history Resarch Board S.G.P.C.Sri Amritsar
20.Sri Kartarpuri Bir De Darshan written by Bhai Jodh Singh
21.Aad Bir Bare written by Principal Sahib Singh
22.Gaziliat Bhai Nand Lal Goya –Urdu Tarzama by Dr. Sayyad Abid Hussain
23.Zindginama written by Bhai Nand Lal Singh Goya—-in original—-published in Uttar Pradesh.
24.A Search For The Truth written by Ruth Montgomery published by Fawcett Crest, New York

25.Gurpartap Suraj written by Giani Santokh Singh
26.Zafarnama Sahib written by Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji
27.Mudhavani written by Giani Gurdit Singh
28.Dasturul-In- shaw written by Bhai Nand Lal Singh Goya
29.Gur Bilas patshahi 10 written by Bhai Kuer Singh


30.Sikh Itihas De Somey by Sohan Singh Seetal published by Lahore Book Shop, Ludhiana in1981.
32–” Ayan-I-Akbri_
Copy Right 2008 Harpal Singh Kasoor.

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