Spiritual
SULTANPUR LODHI : A SACRED PLACE FOR THE SIKHS

The town of Sultanpur Lodhi which falls in the present day Kapurthala District of Punjab, is a sacred place for the Sikhs. Among the sacred places relating to Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji (1469-1539) the first prophet-teacher of the Sikhs, in addition to Nankana Sahib, District Nankana Sahib (Pakistan), Kartarpur Sahib, District Narowal (Pakistan) and Dera Baba Nanak, District Gurdaspur of Punjab this town is of paramount importance for the Sikhs.

Paying Obeisance to Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji : A Prophet and a Great Social Reformer on His 552nd Birth Anniversary

Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji was a great social reformer. He has forbidden observance of Saradhs and Sootak Paatak. The tradition of holding saradhs among the Hindus has been in existence since times immemorial which are held in the memory of the deceased pitters (ancestors) every year in the month of Asu, the seventh desi month which corresponds to the month of September.

SIKH HISTORY: Exemplary courage and conviction of the Char Sahibzade

SIKH HISTORY reminds us of the supreme sacrifice made by the four sons of Guru Gobind Singh, ages ranging from 7 to 17 years.

Happy Bandi Chhor Divas! Happy Diwali!

Hope you, your family and your friends rejoice in the triumph of good over evil and knowledge over ignorance! 

Bhagat Sain Ji

Bhagat Sain Ji is among the 15 Bhagats whose hymn Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji included in Sri Adi Granth Sahib complied by him. Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji, in addition to his own hymns and the hymns of his four predecessor Gurus included the hymns of 15 Bhagats, 11 Bhatts and four others closely associated with the Sikh Gurus.

5 countries where Durga Puja is celebrated like India

Durga Puja is a festival that is celebrated not only in India, but also in many other countries, including Australia, the UK, US, and many others. These countries celebrate the festival with much enthusiasm, and marks the time when the festive mood and surreal atmosphere that surrounds the festival attract people of all regions to be a part of the celebrations.

The purpose of life is to be happy: The Dalai Lama

Today, the world is mostly focused on external development. However, ancient Indian traditions emphasize looking within to find the real source of joy.

BHAGAT SADHNA JI

Bhagat Sadhna Ji is respected by the Sikhs because he is among the 15 Bhagats whose hymns Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji included in Sri Adi Granth Sahib compiled by him. Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji in addition to his own hymns and the hymns of his four predecessor Gurus included the hymns of 15 bhagats, 11 bhatts and four others closely associated with the Sikh Gurus.

Punjabi Devotional And Spiritual Aarti - Gagan Main Thaal

Gagan mai thaal is an Aarti (prayer) in Sikh religion which was recited by first guru, Guru Nanak.[1] This was recited by him in 1506[2] or 1508[3][4] at the revered Jagannath Temple, Puri during his journey (called "udaasi") to east India.[2][3]

SARADHS ARE FORBIDDEN IN SIKH RELIGION

Saradhs also called sharadhs are forbidden in Sikh religion whereas in Hindu religion saradhs are held in memory of the deceased ancestors every year in the month of Asu, the seventh desi month which corresponds to the month of September.

Ganesha-the supreme lord of wisdom, prosperity and good fortune.

Ganesha, the elephant-headed god, is worshipped as the supreme lord of wisdom, prosperity and good fortune.  Ganesh Chaturthi, which has been an individual, home function for a long time, is now a social event as well.

Sikh Bhagats : Bhagat Jaidev Ji

Bhagat Jaidev Ji is among the 15 Bhagats whose hymns Sri Guru Arjan Dev ji included in Sri Adi Granth Sahib compiled by him. Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji in addition to his own hymns and the hymns of his four predecessor Gurus included the hymns of 15 bhagats, 11 bhatts and four others closely associated with the Sikh Gurus.

Sikh Bhagats: Bhagat Pipa Ji

Bhagat Pipa Ji also known as Pratap Singh Raja Pipa Ji, Rao Pipa, Sardar Pipa, Sant Pipa Ji, Pipa Bairagi, Pipanand Acharya and King Pipa. He is deeply respected by the Sikhs because Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji included his one hymn in Sri Adi Granth Sahib compiled by him. In Sri Adi Granth Sahib Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji added the hymns of Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib and this Holy Scripture is now known as Sri Guru Granth Sahib.

Remembering Bhagat Kabir Ji

A Revolutionary Saint Poet on His 623rd Birth Anniversary (June 24,2021) 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.

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