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Gurpurab Festival Images

Gurpurab Festival Images

Gurpurab Festival Images: This is the anniversary of a guru’s birth or death; marked by the holding of a festival. A gurpurb in Sikh tradition is a celebration of an anniversary related to the lives of the Sikh gurus. Observance of these anniversaries is an important feature of the Sikh way of life. Gurpurab Festival Images for WhatsApp, Instagram & …

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Sikh Gurus

Sikh Gurus

In Hinduism a guru is a spiritual teach or guide. Sikhs have retained his basic meaning, but the title itself is very limited in application: there have only been ten human Gurus, starting with Guru Nanak who founded the Sikh religion. The Gurus are: Guru Nanak, 1469-1539 Guru Angad: born 1504, Guru 1539-1552 Guru Amar Das: born 1479, Guru 1552-1574 …

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New Year Celebration Images for Facebook, WhatsApp

New Year Celebration Images

New Year Celebration Images for Facebook, WhatsApp: Wishing everyone and feasting in a grand manner marks the beginning of New Year. It’s an occasion to enjoy and spread well-being all around, as it marks fresh beginnings and new outlooks. It is a day to make resolutions, which are followed by an attempt to stick to them throughout the year. Listed …

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Guru Nanak Jayanti Celebrations: Sikh Culture & Tradition

Guru Nanak Jayanti Celebrations: Sikh Culture & Tradition

Guru Nanak Jayanti Celebrations: Sikh Culture & Tradition: India is a country of myriad festivals and celebrations. Festivals lend joy and zest to the monotonous cycle of everyday life, providing entertainment and enrichment through music and melodies, dances and rhythms of a meaningful life. Here we will discuss briefly the celebration of Guru Nanak’s Jayanti. Anniversaries associated with the lives …

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Anandpur Sahib: Takht Sri Keshgarh Sahib Gurudwara

Anandpur Sahib: Takht Sri Keshgarh Sahib Gurudwara

Anandpur sahib is a city and a municipal council in Rupnagar district, Punjab, India. Takht Sri Keshgarh Sahib is a gurudwara which is the main attraction at Anandpur Sahib and is one of the most important sacred places of the Sikhs. This city is strongly linked and connected to their religious traditions. Because of its rich historical and religious significance, …

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Famous Gurudwaras: Most Sacred Sikh Shrines

Famous Gurudwaras: Most Sacred Sikh Shrines

The worship places of Sikhs are known as the Takhts and the Gurudwaras wherein Takht literally means ‘the seat of the divine power’ and Gurudwara stands for ‘the doorway to the master’. Adherent followers of Sikhism refer to the omnipresent power as ‘the Waheguru’, which means the immortal God. In India, there are several Gurudwaras but only five Takhts-every edifice …

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Bandi Chhor Divas Story दाल रोटी घर की दीवाली अमृतसर की

Bandi Chhor Divas Story दाल रोटी घर की दीवाली अमृतसर की

दिवाली के दिन सिखों के छठे गुरु श्री हरगोबिंद साहिब जी ग्वालियर के किले से अपने साथ 52 कैदियों को रिहा करवाकर अमृतसर पहुँचे थे। इस ख़ुशी में बाबा बुढ्ढा जी की अगुवाई में सिखों ने अमृतसर में दीपमाला की थी। उसी दिन से आज तक अमृतसर में यह त्यौहार ‘बन्दी छोड़ दिवस‘ के रूप में मनाया जाता है। श्री गुरु …

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Diwali Festival Images For Facebook, WhatsApp

Diwali Festival Images

Diwali Festival Images For Facebook, WhatsApp: Diwali is India’s biggest and most significant festival. Celebrating Diwali sees the whole country glowing under the light of lamps, candles, and fireworks. These Diwali photos show the heartwarming beauty of the occasion.

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Guru Har Krishan Jayanti – Sikh Festival

Guru Har Krishan Jayanti - Sikh Festival

Sikhism as a religion evolved over a period, though early initiation to promote the same was done by Guru Nanak Dev. Among the eleven gurus in Sikh religion, Guru Har Kishan Das was 8th guru. Became Guru on 7th October, 1661. He succeeded his father Guru Hari Rai. Guru Har Krishan is popularly referred to as Bal Guru as he was …

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Guru Hargobind Singh Jayanti – Sikh Festival

Guru Hargobind Singh Jayanti - Sikh Festival

Sikhism was started in Punjab by Guru Nanak in the late 15th century and the followers of this religion are known as the Sikhs. Out of ten million Sikhs in India majority are centered in Punjab. The word Sikh means disciple. They are the disciples of their ten Gurus, namely, Guru Angad (Guru 1539-52), Guru Amar Das (Guru 1552-74); Guru …

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