Sardar Jassa Singh Ahluwalia, is known as Sultan-ul-Kaum in the Sikh community. Sardar Jassa Singh, the great hero of Sikh history, was born on 3 May, 1718, in the village of Ahlu, Lahore, in the house of Sardar Badar Singh. Jassa Singh was four when his father died. Jassa Singh’s mother took him to Mata Sundari ji in Delhi. Being influenced by Bal Jassa Singh’s Kirtan and service, Mata Sundari ji kept Jassa Singh with him, after which Jassa Singh was in Delhi for almost seven years.
The principles of universal equality and brotherhood are the important pillars of Sikhism.The Sikh values are associated with each letter in the eternal word “KHALSA”. These Sikh values stem out of the Mool Mantar which are as follows :