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The Battle of Kartarpur was a 1635 siege of Kartarpur by the Mughal Empire and was the last major battle of the Mughal-Sikh Wars of Guru Hargobind's period of Guruship.[2] As part of a campaign against the "Sikhs of Guru Hargobind", the sixth Sikh Guru, a Mughal army led by Painde Khan laid siege to Kartarpur. Kartarpur was defended by Bhai Bidhi Chand with Guru Hargobind and his son Baba Gurdita supporting him. The siege was failed by the Sikhs.

Battle of Kartarpur
Part of Mughal-Sikh Wars
North of Jallandhar at Kartarpur
Result Sikh Victory .[1]
Punjab region
Nishan Sahib.svg Sikh militia Alam of the Mughal Empire.svg Mughal Empire
Commanders and leaders
Nishan Sahib.svg Guru Hargobind
Nishan Sahib.svg Bhai Bidhi Chand
Nishan Sahib.svgBaba Gurdita
Painde Khan(unknown general) 


  1. ^ Surjit Singh Gandhi (2007). History of Sikh Gurus Retold: 1606-1708 C.E. Atlantic Publishers & Dist. p. 820-821. ISBN 9788126908585.
  2. ^ Jaques, Tony. Dictionary of Battles and Sieges. Greenwood Publishing Group. p. 513. ISBN 978-0-313-33536-5. Retrieved 31 July 2010.

Coordinates: 31°19′32″N 75°34′45″E / 31.32556°N 75.57917°E / 31.32556; 75.57917