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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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Guru Gobind Singh – The New Panth

Guru Gobind Singh - The New Panth

Guru Gobind Singh wanted to create a caste-less society. Therefore in the year 1699 he sent out invitations to all the Sikhs to gather for special meeting on Baisakhi Day. After the morning Prayers he got up, and addressed them. He told them that the Goddess of Power wanted head of a brave Soldier. He asked one of his soldiers …

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गुरू गोबिंद सिंह प्रकाश उत्सव: त्याग और वीरता की कहानी

गुरू गोबिंद सिंह प्रकाश उत्सव: त्याग और वीरता की कहानी

श्री गुरु नानक देव जी की गद्दी के दसवें जामे में आए श्री गुरु गोबिंद सिंह जी का संसार-आगमन बहुपक्षीय रूप में दृष्टिगोचर होता है। नाशवान संसार में बहुत कम समय गुजार कर सांसारिक लोगों के लिए किए गए कार्य भविष्य के लिए रास्ता दर्शाने वाले हैं। श्री पटना साहिब (बिहार) में आगमन कर बचपन की लीलाओं से लेकर श्री …

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Guru Gobind Singh – Emergence of Guru

Guru Gobind Singh - Emergence of Guru

On November 11, 1675, Guru Tegh Bahadur was publicly beheaded in Chandni Chowk. After the execution his body was left in the open to serve as a reminder to all rebels. Only a low caste Lubana Sikh named Lakhi Shah had the courage to secretly take away the headless body in a cart to his hut, which was at the …

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Guru Gobind Singh – Defender of Faith

Guru Gobind Singh - Defender of Faith

Of all the things, Guru Gobind Singh placed most reliance on religious faith. He taught his Sikhs and other people who met him, to face death and extermination in the cause of true faith. He told them to stand up and oppose the tyrants with all the might instead of bearing the tyranny. The defence of faith lies in standing …

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Early Life of Guru Gobind Singh

Early Life of Guru Gobind Singh

Guru Gobind Singh was born in December 1666 A.D. at Patna, present day capital of Bihar State. His parents, Guru Tegh Bahadur, and Mata Gujri, had gone to the East on long tour to preach teachings of Guru Nanak. Guru Tegh Bahadur, was accompanied by a large number of his devotees. The purpose of this prolonged tour was to spread …

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When is Guru Gobind Singh Ji Birthday Celebrated

When is Guru Gobind Singh Ji Birthday Celebrated

Guru Gobind Singh’s birthday is known to Sikhs as Guru Gobind Singh’s prakash, or the dawn of spiritual light. Guru Gobind Singh’s birthday, or prakash, celebration is known as Gurpurab, a commemorative event, and is observed with a Sikh worship service which includes kirtan, the singing of divine hymns. Guru Gobind Singh Ji birthday Prakash 2017 Guru Gobind Singh was …

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Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti in India

Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti in India

Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti is a Sikh festival that commemorates the birthday of Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth and the last Guru of the Sikhs. It is a religious celebration in which prayers for prosperity are offered. What do people do? It is common for large processions to go through markets in India on Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti. People sing …

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Hazur Sahib: Takht Sachkhand Shri Hazur Abchalnagar Sahib, Nanded, Maharashtra

Hazur Sahib: Takht Sachkhand Shri Hazur Abchalnagar Sahib, Nanded, Maharashtra

Nanded (pronounced Nander), formerly in Hyderabad State is now a district town in Maharashtra. It is a railway station on the Manmad-Secunderabad section of South Central Railway. One of the five Sikh Takhts is located here and the Sikhs reverently refer to it as Hazur Sahib. Nanded is associated with the first and the last of the Sikh Gurus. While …

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2017 Guru Purab Dates

2017 Guru Purab Dates

2017 Guru Purab Dates The Sikh festivals are celebrated as Gurpurabs, meaning “Guru’s Remembrance Day”. Gurpurabs are commemorated to mark the birth anniversary or the martyrdom of any one of the Sikh gurus. Each of the Gurus is remembered with immense pride, honor and tribute. Almost all the Guru Purabs have similar kind of celebrations and traditions with differences in …

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