Sikhism

Truth behind the false claim Of Guru Nanak Sahib’s visit to Ayodhya

Truth behind the false claim Of Guru Nanak Sahib’s visit to Ayodhya

According to historical sources Babur got the Babari Mosque made in 1528-29. At that time, Guru Nanak Sahib was living at Kartarpur Sahib(Pakistan). According to Sikh History, Guru Sahib lived there for 18 years from 1521-1539 untill Guru Ji left for “Sachkhand”. During this time period, there is no evidence of Guru Nanak Sahib traveling […]

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Brahmrishi Kumar Swami tenders Apology to Sikh Community

Brahmrishi Kumar Swami tenders Apology to Sikh Community

Controversial godman Brahmrishi Kumar Swami has tendered apology to SGPC and Sikh community at large for his controversial full page advertisement carried on the front page of a newspaper. Representatives of Kumar Swami submitted the apology by the godman during the meeting of the Executive Committee of the SGPC here. Kumar Swami had inserted a […]

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1984 Sikh Genocide – Story of Amarjit Singh

1984 Sikh Genocide – Story of Amarjit Singh

Daljit Kaur, 78, along with her late husband Balwant Singh and two sons—Gulsher, now 54, and Bhagel, 50—was forced to move to Amritsar after the family home and a factory in Birpara town of West Bengal’s Jalpaiguri district were burnt down by a mob during Sikh Genocide. “A day after the assassination of former prime […]

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1984 Sikh Genocide – Story of Narinder Singh Pali

1984 Sikh Genocide – Story of Narinder Singh Pali

After losing two teenaged sisters and a 23-year-old brother in the 1984 in Delhi, Surjit Singh, now 66, moved to Punjab with a donated pair of slippers covering his feet. He walked from Delhi to Rewari in Haryana, where he joined four other siblings and parents and went on to take shelter at an uncle’s […]

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Guru Nanak’s 550th birth anniversary – Updates from Nankana Sahib

Guru Nanak’s 550th birth anniversary – Updates from Nankana Sahib

The first batch of 1,100 Sikhs from India arrived in Pakistan on Thursday for the 550th birth anniversary celebrations of Guru Nanak. The visiting Sikhs will also be the part of the historic opening of the Kartarpur Corridor on November 9, Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETPB) spokesperson Amir Hashmi told PTI. “The first batch of […]

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India, Pakistan sign historic agreement to construct Kartarpur corridor

India, Pakistan sign historic agreement to construct Kartarpur corridor

On Thursday, government representatives from India and Pakistan met at the border in Narowal and signed a deal to link the “gurudwaras,” or Sikh temples, in India and Pakistan by road. Speaking to the media, Mohammed Faisal, a senior official in Pakistan’s foreign ministry who signed the agreement, said Prime Minister Imran Khan would formally […]

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Jathedar Speaks up on Dhadrianwala´s Statements

Jathedar Speaks up on Dhadrianwala´s Statements

With the objective of amicably settling differences between the state government and the SGPC over joint celebrations of the 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak at Sultanpur Lodhi on November 12, five high priests will hold a meeting on Monday. Sources say the government has already clarified that the main occasion would be held under […]

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Deputy Sandeep Singh Dhaliwal Life was in Charhdi Kala

Deputy Sandeep Singh Dhaliwal Life was in Charhdi Kala

In memory of the Harris County Texas Sheriff Department Deputy Sandeep Singh Dhaliwal, an interfaith prayer service and candlelight vigil were organized by Sikh Religious Society, Palatine, Illinois, at Gurdwara langar hall October 2, 2019. More than 400 people paid their respects despite the torrential rainstorm in the Chicago area that day. Deputy Dhaliwal was […]

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What Virsa Singh Valtoha Says about RSS and Hindu Rashtra

What Virsa Singh Valtoha Says about RSS and Hindu Rashtra

Following RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat’s speech on Dussehra, during which he said India is a Hindu nation, Sikh community leaders such as Akal Takht jathedar Giani Harpreet Singh and SGPC (Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee) president Gobind Singh Longowal have reacted sharply. A look at the RSS view of Sikhism, and its relationship with the community […]

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How Sikhism Differs From Hinduism

How Sikhism Differs From Hinduism

Sikhs are not Hindus. Sikhism rejects many aspects of Hinduism. Sikhism is a distinct religion with a unique scripture, principles, code of conduct, guidelines, initiation ceremony, and appearance developed over three centuries by ten gurus, or spiritual masters. Many Sikh immigrants are from North India, where the national language is Hindi, the native name for […]

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