Bhagat Trilochan - The Sikh Seer of Past, Present, And Future

Bhagat Trilochan Ji was born in the village Barsi, District Sholapur in Maharashtra in samvat 1325 i,e year 1266 in a Vaish family . Some historians believe that he was born in 1267. But we are concerned with his contribution in the form of four hymns - two hymns in Rag Gaujri, one hymn in Rag Dhanasari and One Rag in Sri Rag which Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji included in Sri Adi Granth Sahib now known as Sri Guru Granth Sahib for which he is deeply respected by th Sikh community.

Remembering Bhagat Kabir Ji A Revolutionary Saint Poet on His 622nd Birth Anniversary (June 5, 2020)

Bhagat Kabir Ji's full name was Kabir Das. 'Kabir' in Arabic language means 'great` and the word 'dasa' in Sanskrit language meansa slave or a servant.He is one of the medieval Indian Saints of Bhakti and Sufi movements whose compositions Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji included in Adi Granth Sahib. While compiling Adi Granth Sahib Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji included the compositions of 15 Bhagtas, 11 Bhatts and 4 other holy men. Out of the 15 Bhagtas Bhagt Bhagat Kabir Ji's contribution is the largest, 227 Padas in 17 Ragas and 237 slokas.

Paying Obeisance To Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib: The Bandichhor Liberator Benign

Guru on his 425th Birth Anniversary (June 6,2020) Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib (1595-1644) the Sixth Guru prophet teacher of the Sikhs was the only son of Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji, the Fifth Guru of the Sikhs and Mata Ganga Ji. He was born on Har Vadi 7, 1652 Bikrimi i.e. June 19, 1595 at Vadali (now called Vadali Guru) about 8 kms from Amritsar.

Chardham Yatra Will Begin For Devotees On A Limited Scale From June 8

The yatra will begin for devotees on a limited scale initially and after talking to governments of other states, it will be opened for pilgrims from other states as well.


Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Ji (1670-1716), a brave Sikh warrior and founder of the Sikh Rule in Punjab was born on October 27, 1670 at Rajauri in Punchh District of Jammu and Kashmir. His early name was Lachhman Dev. His father Ram Dev, a Rajput farmer trained him in martial arts in early childhood.

Sikh Kitchens feed Delhi’s masses in virus lockdown. Even Government looks upto them for help

At first, the kitchen at the Bangla Sahib Gurdwara cooked 40,000 meals each day for the hungry who live on the streets of India’s capital city, or who have lost their livelihoods to the coronavirus lockdown. But the need was greater than that. So workers at the golden-domed Gurudwara in central New Delhi made 80,000 meals daily. Then 100,000. Soon, they expect to be making 300,000 -- all provided free to the growing ranks of the unfortunate.

Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji Sacrificed His Life to Uphold the Right to profess one's Religion

Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji (1563-1606), the fifth Guru of the Sikhs was born on Baisakh Vadi 7, 1620 Bikrimi i.e. April 1, 1563 at Goindwal Sahib, which now falls in the present day Tarn Taran district of Punjab. He was the third and youngest son of Bhai Jetha Ji who later named as Sri Guru Ram Das Ji became the Fourth Guru of the Sikhs and Bibi (Lady) Bhani Ji, daughter of Sri Guru Amar Das Ji, the Third Guru of the Sikhs.


This holy shrine is dedicated to the Tenth Guru of the Sikhs Sri Guru Gobind Singh Sahib who in his autobiographical work Bachitra Natak has stated that in his previous life he meditated the Name of God at a place he has mentioned as ‘HEMKUNT PARVAT’ adorned with seven peaks where earlier King Pandu Raj (a character in the epic Mahabharata) had practiced Yoga. Guru Sahib Says :

Hemkunt Parbat hai Jahaan

Sapt sring sobhit hai tahaan

Saptsring teh naam kahawa

Pand raaj jahan jog kamava

Hotelier Ashok Kumar tracks Lord Ram’s exile on atlas

An 83-year-old hotelier, Ashok Kumar, running a prominent hotel chain in Rajasthan and many educational institutes in Haryana, UP and Punjab, has used the lean period of lockdown to find out the itinerary of Lord Ram during his exile period in the atlas of present times.

Paying Obeisance to Sri Guru Amar Das Ji

Sri Guru Amar Das Ji was born on Baisakh Sudi 14, 1636 Bikrami i.e. May 5, 1479 at Basarke Gillan village, which is about 13 kms. south-west from Amritsar, in district Amritsar, Punjab.

Sri Guru Angad Dev Ji's 516th Anniversary Commemoration

The second prophet-teacher of the Sikhs Shri Guru Angad Dev ji was born on Baisakh Vadi 1, Sammat 1561 Bikrami which corresponded with 31 March, 1504. He was first known as Lahina Ji and then named as 'Angad' by Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji.

CHOTTA GHALLUGARA, the unforgettable Sikh Holocaust

In the blood-stained pages of Sikh history (i) Chhota Ghallughara (Minor Holocaust) which occurred during March-June 1746 and (ii) Vadda Ghallughara (Major Holocaust) which took place on February 5, 1762, in each of which 40,000 Sikhs were killed present examples unparalleled in world history. 

Bhagat Dhanna Ji on his 604th Birth Anniversary
Paying Obeisance to Bhagat Dhanna Ji on his 604th  Birth Anniversary
Baisakhi: Celebration of Birth of Khalsa

Baisakhi is celebrated on the first day of the solar month of Baisakh. It is termed as 'Baisakhi' because as per astrologicalcalculations at  this time the moon passes through visakha naksatra or constellation of the Indian calender.

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