Wednesday, June 12, 2024


Guru Granth Sahib

Punjab: 19-year-old Bakshish Singh beaten to death over alleged sacrilege, SGPC justifies the killing, calls for boycott of murdered boy’s family

Police said Bakshish Singh allegedly torn few pages of Shri Guru Granth Sahib and tried to run away from the Gurdwara.

Punjab: Man booked after Guru Granth Sahib with torn and taped pages found in his house, Satkar committee alleges he brought the holy book...

Amritsar man Baaz Singh booked by Punjab Police after Satkar Committee found a Saroom of Guru Granth Sahib with torn and tapped pages

Didn’t retaliate against Amritpal Singh supporters attacking Ajnala police station because they were carrying Guru Granth Sahib: Punjab Police

'If we had retaliated, things would have gone awry. We respected Guru Granth Sahib,' Senior Superintendent of Punjab Police Harpal Singh Randhawa said

Sindhi Hindus to adhere only to Sanatani practises and return all copies of the Guru Granth Sahib back to Sikhs: Top Udasi Seer

A top Udasi seer had stated that Sindhi Hindus would adhere only to "Sanatani" practices and return the Guru Granth Sahibs to Sikhs.

‘We respect Sikhism, but we are choosing Sanatana Dharma, Ramayana and Bhagwad Gita will be recited in Sindhi Temples’: Mahant Swami Tulsidas Udasi

Sindhi Temples to recite Ramayana Bhagwad Gita and Siddhant Sagar after submitting swaroops Guru Granth Sahib to local Gurudwaras.

Last two copies of Guru Granth Sahib to arrive in Delhi from Afghanistan’s Kabul today: Watch

These two Saroops could not be transported to India last year because of the restrictions imposed by the Islamist regime of Taliban.

Indore: SGPC team meets Sindhi community leaders after Sindhis hand over Swaroops of Guru Granth Sahib to Gurudwaras

SGPC team met Sindhi community in Indore to resolve matter of submitting Bir of Guru Granth Sahib to Gurudwaras.

Sindhi Temples in Madhya Pradesh continue to submit Bir of Shri Guru Granth Sahib to Gurudwaras

Furthermore, the Sindhi Panchayat of Biragarh has requested the police to increase security at Sindhi Temples as they suspect Nihang Sikhs might visit the Temples and cause a law and order situation.

Nihang Sikhs removed Hindu idols from Sindhi temples in Indore because Guru Granth Sahib was also kept there, video goes viral

Nihang Sikhs objected to presence of both idols of Hindu deities and the Guru Granth Sahib in Sindhi temples, and removed the idols

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