This incident occurred after the Sahibzade had been executed by the Mughal authorities on the 12 December 1705 for not renouncing their faith and the death from shock of their grandmother at the news of the sudden and despicable execution of the innocent youngsters. This wealthy merchant had to cover the required ground for cremation with gold coins to get the release of the three bodies.
The compassionate Sikh trader of Sirhind, according to tradition, performed the last rites for the two younger sons of Guru Gobind Singh martyred on the orders of Wazir Khan, faujdar of Sirhind, and of Mata Gujari, the Guru's mother. It is said that landowners around the Sirhind Fort would not permit him to hold the cremation in their fields, until one Chaudhari Atta agreed to sell him a plot.
The administrator's stipulation was that the buyer (Todar Mall) will take only as much of the space as he could cover with gold mohars (gold coins), that he would lay out for the purchase. The diwan produced the coins and bought the piece of land he needed for the cremation. It is estimated (see below) that at least 7,800 gold coins were required to buy the required land.
History tells us the Seth ji raised the required number of coins and that he cremated the three bodies and putting the ashes in an urn which he buried in the land he had bought. The site is now marked by Gurdwara Jyoti Saroop at Fatehgarh Sahib, near Sirhind."
P.S:-I will not only talk about my religion in my blog but also about other religion in the world as this way we can understand each other better and respect each other more.
MIDI stands for Musical Instrument Digital Interface.MIDI files are digitized music files, but they are not considered digital audio because, instead of the original sound wave they contain coded version of musical scores; they are not actual recorded sound.
This is kind of a weird concept, but bear with me.MIDI files contain a coded representation of the musical notes of an instrument, for example, middle C on a piano, or the sound of an E string on a guitar.To be really technical for just a moment, MIDI is acutely a protocol for the interchange of musical information between instrument, synthesizers, and computes.It defines the codes for a musical event, like the start of the note, that note`s pitch, how long it plays, how loud it plays, and it`s musical attributes, such as vibrato.
Good sound cards with MIDI synthesizers can play up to 64 MIDI ”voices” at the same time.and MIDI files are much smaller than digital audio files.
P.S:-I copied this from my old blog onlytechstuff.wordpress.com