Monday, April 22, 2024



Punjab: ‘Beadbi’ in Morinda, Sikh man enters Gurudwara while wearing shoes, slaps granthis, situation tense

Before anyone could understand anything, the young man reached behind the holy Sri Guru Granth Sahib by leaping over the steel grills and started beating the two granthis sitting there.

On the 324th anniversary of Khalsa creation, a look back at why it was formed by Guru Gobind Singh

Guru Gobind Singh Ji wanted to create a community that is pure by heart and perfect in every way.

‘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.

44 Sikh delegates arrive from Pakistan to visit Gurudwaras in Delhi and Amritsar

Visuals captured by ANI show Sikh delegates crossing the Attari-Wagah border. They are carrying their luggage and getting their passports checked by security officials.

Bandi Chhor Diwas: Read about the significance of Diwali in this Sikh festival

Sikhism has its roots in Hinduism and in recent years there have been attempts to create a wedge between the Hindu and Sikh community.

In Punjab, a jump from 1.5% to a possible 15% in Christianity raises demographic change worries, the biggest problem being ‘stealth’ conversions

The number of converted Christians is on the rise in Punjab resulting in clashes between Sikhs and Churches.

Maharaja Ranjit Singh death anniversary: Read how his son, last king of Sikh empire, was converted to Christianity and ‘lost’ the Kohinoor to British

Maharaja Duleep Singh, who was the last king of the Sikh empire, accented to the throne at the tender age of five.

Hanuman Chalisa Sacrilege: Burnt copy of Hanuman Chalisa found in Bathinda in Punjab, probe initiated

Some miscreants burnt the religious book Hanuman Chalisa and threw the remains in the garbage in Bhatinda

On this day, in 1699 Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Guru of Sikhism, initiated the Khalsa. Read more

According to the basics of Sikhism, a true Khalsa does not discriminate or see anyone as a demeaned soul. He or she will rise in defence of the oppressed and will do charity to help the needy.

PM Modi takes part in ‘Shabad Kirtan’, read about Sant Ravidas, the Bhakti saint from 16th century

PM Modi joined the group of singers which giving a beat on Jheeka during the Shabad Kirtan at Vishram Dham Mandir in New Delhi

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