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  • ...shi" gavah. Lke bala janamsakhi means Bhai Bala jee was witness of the all sakhis in the granth. * [[Sakhis]]
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  • *Singh, Daljeet. ''The Sikh World''. Macdonald & Company Ltd., 1985. ==Guru Gobind Singh Sakhis==
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  • ...on and highlight important Sikh principles. Below is the list of important Sakhis with a message for Sikhs. == Featured Sakhis ==
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  • * [[Dasam Bani in Sikh History]] ==Guru Gobind Singh Sakhis==
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  • A kathavachak is someone who recounts Sikh historical accounts, sakhis or inspiring stories of Sikhi in gurdwaras.
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  • * 1540: Bhai Bala’s Janam Sakhis dated 1540 ...by an Englishman named Cole Brooke. He brought it to England. Most of the Sikh historians have drawn references from this book)]
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  • ...rtsey of [http://www.gurmat.info/sms/smspublications/gurunanakforchildren/ Sikh Missionary Society U.K] * [[Sakhis]]
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  • Satguru Sri Guru Tegh Bahadhur Sahib Ji Maharaj was accompanied by a Sikh called Bhai Mihan Ji who was totally devoted to his service. He drew water, [[category:sakhis]]
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  • ...e room, and to his surprise Bhai Bhikaree Ji was sewing up a body bag. The Sikh just sat there, and didn't ask any questions. ...Bhai Bhikaree Ji's son. His son died from the bite. And at that moment the Sikh went up to Bhai Bhikaree Ji and asked him: "You knew that your son was goin
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  • ...uru ramdas.jpg | 100px |thumb |B Jetha becomes Guru Ram Das ''Courtesy www.sikh-history.com'' |right]] ...to [[Bhai Jetha]] who was also most devoted to serving the Guru and his [[Sikh]]s.
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  • When the [[Sikh]]s and his followers asked him what he meant by this, he replied, "In one p [[Category:Guru Gobind Singh Sakhis]] [[Category:Sakhis]]
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  • ...with silver coins. More of the Sikhs grabbed the coins and ran away. Few [[Sikh]]s remained with the Guru and the Yogi. ...n the air. The Guru said to his [[Sikh]]s, "Let whoever wants to be a true Sikh of mine eat this with me " The other two Sikhs turned white and drew back i
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  • There lived in Patna a Sikh confectioner, called Bhai Jaita Ji, who through humility always wore soiled [[category:sakhis]]
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  • ...from old ballads sung by minstrels to extol Guru Nanak. Since most of the sakhis comprising this work have been lifted from different traditions, the change
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  • ...`s library a janam sakhi manuscript which differed from other extant Janam sakhis and bore an earlier date. ...ary of Motibagh Palace, Patiala, and supplemented by the manuscript in the Sikh Reference Library, Amritsar. This text was issued under the title Shambhu N
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  • ...ary to Sikh principle, there is an emphasis on celibacy. The work contains sakhis from the lives of several of the bhaktas such as Sadhna (83), Sukhdev (88),
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  • ...and the next. Guru Ji then gave him spiritual instruction and he became a Sikh. At parting Guru Sahib pre¬sented him with five arrows in memory of the oc [[category:sakhis]]
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  • ...on and highlight important Sikh principles. Below is the list of important Sakhis with a message for Sikhs. == Featured Sakhis ==
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  • Bhai Handal was a devout Sikh of [[Guru Amar Das]] . Guru Amardas blessed him with a '[[Manji]]' for his ...and he corrupted the '[[Janam Sakhi]]' of [[Guru Nanak]] by altering many sakhis. Also he is responsible for altering the date of birth of [[Guru Nanak]] fr
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  • '''Prema''', a devout Sikh, lived in the village of Talwandi. Though he was lame, he was able to walk ...he chaudhri remained at home and, having nothing better to do, watched the Sikh about to pass by when he furtively, with malicious satisfaction, took away
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