Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji From Delhi To Anandpur Sahib

Posted by Sikh Guru November 25, 2014, under Sikh Guru | Comments Off |
TweetA depiction showing Bhai Jaita Ji holding ‘sis’ (head) of Guru Tegh Bahadar Ji We have all heard the story of how Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib traveled from Anandpur Sahib to Delhi to sacrifice his life for freedom of religion and the right of Hindus to practice their faith. However, the aftermath of Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib’s Shaheedi and how Bhai Jaita took Guru Sahib’s sees (head) back...

Guru Nanak Jayanti

Posted by Sikh Guru November 5, 2014, under Festival, Sikh Guru | Comments Off |
TweetGuru Nanak Jayanti celebrates the significance of the birth of first Sikh Guru – Guru Nanak. This festival falls on the full moon day in the month of Kartik according to the Hindu calendar. This festival is one of the most religious and spiritual one which is celebrated by people believing in Sikhism. There are many other people who follow the philosophy of Guru Nanak and also be a part...

The Holy Amritsar

Posted by Sikh Guru May 2, 2014, under Sikh Guru | Comments Off |
TweetThe holy city of Amritsar is located in Punjab, India and is the spiritual and cultural centre of the Sikh religion. It's the Number One destination for the non resident Indians (NRIs) and attracts more visitors than even the more popular destination of India, Agra. Amritsar was founded by the Sikh Guru Ram Dass Ji and is famous for the magnificent Harmandir Sahib or the Golden Temple and...

Amritsar Golden Temple Tour

Posted by Sikh Guru April 25, 2014, under Sikh Guru | Comments Off |
Tweet Amritsar which literally means a pool of nectar is one of the internationally acclaimed cities of India. It is situated in northern state of Punjab and lies about 25 kilometers east of border with Pakistan. It is an important commercial, cultural and transportation centers of state and attracts flurry of tourists from all over the world. It is now the gateway of Punjab and north India with...

Martial Art of the Sikhs – The Gatka

Posted by Sikh Guru April 23, 2014, under Gatka | Comments Off |
TweetWe are all aware from the Japanese fighting techinques namely the Judo and karate. Although not expensive is heard about the martial-art from the Indians particularly the Sikhs frequently known to as Gatka. The simple fact is the fact that following the Sikh defeat within the Anglo Sikh wars the British completely disarmed the Sikhs and anything that may be employed for combat was...

Sikh Gurus As Well As Their Teachings

Posted by Sikh Guru April 2, 2014, under Sikh Guru | Comments Off |
TweetThe word Guru is very popular in India but the term 'Guru' in Sikhism is not used for a teacher or an expert or a guide or a human body, the word Guru is composed of two terms:- GU -which means darkness and RU -which means Light. Many Biographical Sikh Books have been written on Sikh Gurus. There are many Mural Biographies that depicts Guru Nanak Dev Ji's entire life from his childhood...

All Gurus of Sikh History

Posted by Sikh Guru January 20, 2014, under Featured, Sikh Guru | Comments Off |
TweetGuru Nanak Dev, first of the 10 gurus, founded the Sikh faith, introducing the concept of one God. Son of: Kalyan Das ji (Mehta Kalu ji), and Mata Tripta ji. Brother of: Bibi Nanaki Married to: Sulakhani ji. Father to: sons, Siri Chand and Lakhmi Das. Birthplace: Nankana Sahib (Pakistan), observed October 20, 1469 (April 14, 1469 Nanakshahi) Became Guru: From birth - formally, February...

History of Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji

Posted by Sikh Guru January 20, 2014, under Granth Sahib | Comments Off |
TweetGuru Arjan the Fifth Sikh Guru compiled the original version of the Guru Granth Sahib. The Guru's older brother Prithi Chand as well as others had started passing off some of his own compositions as the hymns of the Gurus. Guru Arjan realized that if this situation was allowed to continue it would be the undermining of the Sikh religion. The Sikhs needed an authentic compilation of the hymns...

Tenth Sikh Guru – Guru Govind Singh Ji

Posted by Sikh Guru January 10, 2014, under Guru Gobind, Sikh Guru | Comments Off |
Tweet Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Guru of the Sikhs, is an unparalleled hero not in the history of India but in the world history too. A brave man of firm convictions he stood for the secularism, democratic principles and pleaded for man's rights. He lived and worked for the upliftment of poor, needy, and down-trodden people of our country irrespective of their caste, religion or sect. Apart...

Celebrating Lohri

Posted by Sikh Guru January 9, 2014, under Festival | Comments Off |
Tweet Lohri is one of the favorite festivals celebrated by the people who belong to Punjabi caste. This festival is celebrated in the evening of January 13th every year. The festival originated from the state of Punjab and now it is celebrated in entire nation and outside wherever Punjabis are. Tradition While celebrating Lohri, all family members light fire and sit around it. The festival starts...

Baba Nanak

Posted by Sikh Guru September 18, 2012, under Featured, Religious | Comments Off |
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