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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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  • ...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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  • ...`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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  • ...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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  • '''SORRY FOR THE POOR QUALITY. COPIED THIS FROM A SIKH FORUM. WILL TRY TO FIX THIS ARTICLE ASAP. CURRENTLY UNDER RE-CONSTRUCTION B There was a Sikh who used to visit [[Anandpur]] Sahib every month and paid his respects to G
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  • *[[:Category:Sikh belief]] - **[[More Sakhis]]
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  • ...enjoyment of female entertainment, smoking, and many other desecrations. A Sikh who had observed this brought the news to Mahtab Singh (a Jat of Mirankot) [[Category:Sakhis]]
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  • ...who was deputed by Guru Arjan to go to Singhladip (Singhladip of the Janam Sakhis), present-day Sri Lanka, to fetch a copy of a manuscript called the Pran Sa ...n only be conjectured. It is also mentioned that there existed a number of Sikh sangats in those days in South India and Sri Lanka.
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  • * [http://media.sikhsangat.com/vid/Sikh%20Itihaas%20%5BSikhSangat.com%5D.wmv Ithaas (Teaching) in Punjabi] * [http://www.proudtobesikh.com/khalsa/default.aspx Proud to be Sikh - Near top of Right Column]
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  • * [http://www.schooltrain.info/re/sikh/sikh_choose.htm www.schooltrain.info] * [http://members.dancris.com/~sikh/chap03.html members.dancris.com]
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  • '''A Sikh always obeys the hukam of the Guru''' ...itness". "Lke bala janamsakhi" means Bhai Bala was the witness of the all sakhis in that book.
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  • ...er to invoke the blessings of Baba Buddha (1506-1631 AD), the most revered Sikh. Going to Baba Buddha, to pay her respects, she carried with her 'missi rot [[Category:Sakhis]]
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  • ...e made the following requests, 'O Guru, heal my three fevers and make me a Sikh, and, deeming me your servant, save me and remove the great pain of transmi ...u are prepared to endure such hardships and sufferings, then you become my Sikh. Otherwise talk not of Sikhi. Keep your wealth, and the good opinion of you
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  • He said, “40 million Rupees.” Another Sikh said, “O protector of the poor, ...how many sons he had. Sayt answered, “Guru jee, I have one son.” The other Sikh said, “Guru jee he’s lying again, he has got 5 sons.”
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  • * {{Book reference | Author=Macauliffe, M.A | Title=The Sikh Religion: Its Gurus Sacred Writings and Authors| Publisher=Low Price Public {{Sakhis of Guru Nanak}}
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  • ...be used by Guru Sahib himself. Still this shabad is a beautiful shabad in Sikh literature. ==Guru Gobind Singh Sakhis==
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  • Bhai Taloka was a [[Sikh|GurSikh]] of [[Guru Arjan]] Dev, the fifth Sikh Guru. He was also a General in Nawab Gazni's army. Once Nawab called a meet [[Category:Guru Arjan Dev Sakhis]] [[Category:Sakhis]]
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  • It is one of the earliest available narrations, in prose, of 50 sakhis (episodes) from the lives of the Gurus, of which 38 relate events in the li ===Sakhis on each Guru===
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  • <div style="top: +0.2em; font-size: 95%">a '''free Sikh Encyclopedia''' that [[Introduction|'''anyone can edit.''']]</div> * [[Sikh Names|1000's of Sikh Names]]
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  • ...ns/gurunanakforchildren/chapter8/#Top Sikh Missionary Society U.K.] Other Sakhis also at: [http://www.gurmat.info/sms/smspublications/gurunanakforchildren/ {{Sakhis of Guru Nanak}}
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  • ...ge:Gurugobindmaharaj-sakhi.jpg|thumb|250px|right|Depiction of the sakhi in Sikh Heritage in Paintings - From the Collection of the Punjab & Sind Bank 1995, ...Satguru Sri Guru Gobind Rai Ji. Over many years a non broken sucession of Sikh Gurus had started many Langars (free kitchens), which were run by their bel
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  • <div style="top: +0.2em; font-size: 95%">a '''free Sikh Encyclopedia''' [[Introduction|'''and learning tool...''']]</div> * [[Sikh Names|1000's Sikh Names]]
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  • ...ies from the time of [[Guru Arjan Dev]] ([[1563]] - [[1606]]), the fifth [[Sikh Guru]]. Once a large dedicated [[sangat]] (a group of devotees) was coming ...ir way to [[Amritsar]], they were met by a [[Sikh]] and his wife. The kind Sikh and his wife were very helpful and did a lot of [[sewa]] (service) for the
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  • There was a Sikh called Mana, during the times of Satguru Sri Guru Angad Dev Ji Maharaj, who ...h his fellow Sikhs. He used to say to them, 'I am nobody's servant. I am a Sikh of the Guru, the king of this world, and I will only do what my King tells
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  • ...namsakhis were not able to explain Sakhis in limit of Gurmat. So all those Sakhis which are out of limit of Gurmat are condenmed as they should be. ...n which whole world stands. So This brahmgyan terminology was used by the Sikh gurus, Siddartha Gautama and Mahavira to mention only a few.
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  • <div style="top: +0.2em; font-size: 95%">[[Introduction|'''a free Sikh Encyclopaedia and learning tool...''']]</div> ...:Statistics|With {{NUMBEROFARTICLES}} articles on]] [[Sikhism|Sikhism, the Sikh people and their culture]]<br>
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  • == Sikh Missionary Society U.K. == ...ildren" in September 1969 for free distribution. That was beginning of the Sikh Missionary Society UK.
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  • ...|Dr. Ernest Trupmm]] (a German scholar employed by the British) and the Sikh gianis and granthis whom were kind enough to assist him. A brilliant but ar ...akhi was the basis of the accounts written by Trumpp, Macauliffe, and most Sikh scholars.
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  • ...as on the way to Amritsar for darshan of Guruji. Along the way they met a Sikh and his wife who also were headed in the direction of Amritsar. As the gro Jathedar : No Babajee, we didn't. But we did meet a Sikh and his wife who lead us here, selflessly serving us along the way.
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  • They said, '''''‘Such work is not fit for sons of the Guru. Some other Sikh should do it. Perhaps, that man, coming this way, might agree to do it. Let ...the Guru and be in his presence. The Guru was greatly pleased with his new Sikh, Bhai Lehna.
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  • ...the authentic narrative of such a man, it must follow that the Bala Janam Sakhis provide an essentially trustworthy account of the early life of Guru Nanak. ...o eyewitness authenticity are set forth at the beginning of all Bala Janam Sakhis. The earliest extant version opens as follows:
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  • {{Template:Sikh History}} [[Category:Guru Gobind Singh Sakhis]] [[Category:Sakhis]]
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  • Sau Sakhi translates to 100 (Sau) stories ([[Sakhi]]s). Non Authentic Sakhis - Sau Sakhi book professes to be a conversation between [[Bhai Sahib Singh] ...rsions of the Sau Sakhis have been circulated throughout time, plaging the Sikh Community:
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  • ...ak Dev]] ji to spread the message of the Divine Name. He became a devout [[Sikh]] and preached the Guru's gospel to the people of [[Saidpur]]. * [http://tuhitu.blogspot.com/ Tuhi Tu - Sikh Sakhis]
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  • ...hs to bring weapons and horses to him so as to strengthen his army. Here a Sikh brings a horse in His darbar.]] ...uru Arjan]]. Shortly before the end of his physical life, he said to his [[Sikh]]s, ''"I have mastered my life's test. Go to my son, the holy Hargobind, an
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  • ...expressed his concern for the Guru, the [[Sikh]]s and the grim fate of the Sikh religion, in view of the martyrdom of [[Guru Arjan Dev ji]] and [[Guru Tegh The Guru apprised him of the rich and scientific Sikh philosophy that has no faith in superstitions, but on the insistence of the
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  • ...in 1705 by the 10th Guru. Bhai Sahib Singh is said to have committed these sakhis to writing. [[category:sikh scripture]]
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  • <div style="top: +0.2em; font-size: 95%">a '''free Sikh Encyclopedia''' [[Introduction|'''and learning tool...''']]</div> * [[Sikh Names|1000's of Sikh Names]]
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  • {{Sikh History}} [[Category:Guru Amar Das Sakhis]]
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  • ...l was [[Sardar Hari Singh Nalwa]], who was a Rehatvan (strictly observant) Sikh of the Guru. ...''"May Waheguru bless you that you may have a son with the qualities of a Sikh." Bano irritably said, "No I want to have a son with you Sardar Ji."''
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  • <div style="top: +0.2em; font-size: 95%">a '''free Sikh Encyclopedia''' that [[Introduction|'''anyone can edit.''']]</div> * [[Sikh Names|1000's of Sikh Names]]
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  • ...ak sent his Companion [[Bhai Mardana]] to collect food for [[langar]] (the sikh's meal). Many people donated rice and flour (atta) to make [[parsada]]s (br [[Category:Sakhis]]
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  • Sikh: Dear Hindu, do not try to deceive Sikhs by quoting half a phrase. In this My dear Khalsa friend, Sikh religion is a Panth (sect) of Hindus as are Bairagis etc. they are not a Qu
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  • ...r along the way." The Guru heard this, but made no reply. Next day another Sikh came and said, "O True Emperor, the sangat was coming to see you. The Gover ...hall wield swords also. I shall make sparrows destroy hawks. Whoever is my Sikh, shall not be without hair and sword. Without hair and arms, man is incompl
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  • Dying to oneself has several kindred nuances in [[Sikh]] theology. Spoken, not only in terms of decimation of man and even of ego The Sikh bereavement ceremony consists of having the Holy Book, the [[Guru Granth Sa
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  • ...uru Nanak]]. His name was Bhai Jodha. He was not a worshipper of Durga. No Sikh worships any of the Hindu gods or goddesses. Sikhs are worshippers of one G ...rshipping Durga. He would worship God instead of the goddess. He became a Sikh (follower) of the Guru. He threw away the bells from his hands and feet.
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  • ...s grandfather [[Guru Hargobind]] sahib, Guru Gobind Singh instructed his [[Sikh]]s to make offerings of arms and horses in readiness for the turbulent time [[Category:Sikh History]]
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  • {{Sikh History}} * {{Book reference | Author=Macauliffe, M.A | Title=The Sikh Religion: Its Gurus Sacred Writings and Authors| Publisher=Low Price Public
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  • ...the family to [[Anandpur]] where Ajit Singh was brought up in the approved Sikh style. ...ttles of Nirmohgarh in October 1700. On 15 March 1701, a sangat, column of Sikh devotees, coming from Darap area (present Sialkot district) was waylaid by
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  • ...9) to the place during his third udasior preaching tour. Although theJanam Sakhis do not mention Tibet specifically, the mention of Guru Nanak Rimpoche (lit.
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  • ...re detailed, but with the miraculous element predominating as in the Janam Sakhis. The succeeding seven Gurus have been barely mentioned, except Guru Hargobi [[category:sikh scripture]]
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  • ...s too unrealistic then here's a true incident that happened to a very holy Sikh in the 1920's. He was Bhai Randhir Singh and he had reached the highest spi ...ingh) Kind thanks to [[http://www.sikh.net/SIKHISM/Sakhis/Dukhsukh.htm www.sikh.net]]
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  • ...tness". "Lke bala janamsakhi" means Bhai Bala was the witness of the all sakhis in that book. ...Guru's, [[Guru Nanak Dev Ji]]'s, hukam (order) in order to become a true Sikh of his true Guru. A few years later from this time, Bhai Lehna Ji received
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  • ...arh Sahib]], is close to the old town of Sirhind and is now marked by four Sikh shrines. A religious fair is held there from December 25 to 28 every year t * [http://youtube.com/watch?v=-_5OjB3fwMQ&mode=related&search= Sikh [email protected]]
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  • ...ngzeb returned the hated Jizia-a tax which took 60% of everthing from the Sikh and Hindu farmers. ...h a proposal for the emperor: "If you can convince Guru Teg Bahadur, ninth Sikh Guru, who is now seated on the throne of Guru Nanak to accept Islam then a
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  • ...ited Eminabad where [[Bhai Lalo]], a carpenter by profession, became his Sikh. ...Guru was held in prison and given a stone-mill to ply. Eminabad came under Sikh rule when Sardar [[Charat Singh Sukkarchakia]] occupied it during the 1760'
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  • ...famous king of [[India]]. He was a kind and good king and respected the [[Sikh Gurus]] for their sensible practises and their fair and just teachings. In ...he was coming to visit him. The Sikhs were very happy at the news. Some [[Sikh]]s thought that special arrangements should be made to welcome the king. Bu
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  • ...anamsakhi''' is the most popular and well known Janamsakhi, in that most [[Sikh]]s and their [[Janamsakhi]] knowledge comes from this document. This work c ...des historical and mythological aspects. THere is no proper arrangement of sakhis, it feels like what sakhi comes in authors mind that is written. No proper
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  • ...ies of the Dasam Granth preserved at Sri Takht Sahib at PATNA and in other Sikh gurudwaras, this report affirmed that the Holy Volume was compiled at ANAND
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  • ...ent Lahore District of the Panjab, and his mother was Tripta, memorable in Sikh writings for her devotion to her son. The Sikh biographers recount in minute detail all the circumstances of the birth of
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  • ...e world) by forceful torturing, raping and killing India's Hindu and later Sikh citizens who refused to convert. [[Guru Nanak]] asked all to mend their way ...a, "[[Sikhism]] is a universal world faith with a message for all men... [[Sikh]]s must cease to think of their faith as just another good religion and mus
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  • ...issioned by the Punjab Government to prepare an English translation of the Sikh scriptures. Although Janam Sakhls were not a part of Trumpp's commission, h ...Valdiivdh Janam Sakhi. It bears no date. A cryptic reference in one of the sakhis may be interpreted as a reference to 1635, but the evidence it offers is al
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  • ...le, Horse, on his way near Nanded. Guru ji gave him orders of being a true sikh. Even he was given Karha parshaad by guru ji. After Darshan of Guru Ji Bhai ==Guru Gobind Singh Sakhis==
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  • ...eir men outside the city on the highways, so that they might turn back any Sikh who wanted to enter the city on the plea that entry to the Harmandir Sahib Lady: " This is the blessing of Amrit (Sikh baptism) and the Grace of the Guru. If you love the Sikhs so much as appear
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  • ...have become the Khalsa of Guru Gobind Singh jee, lead an amazing life of a Sikh. One such gursikh, tyaar-bar-tyaar amritdhari singh was Bhai Leela-Raam Sin ...lai ke haazir hoiya hai. Sachay Paatshaah jeeo, aap jee jaani jaan ho. Ih Sikh ne ajj imtihaan vich baithna hai. Tussi kirpa karni, iss noo kamyaabi baksh
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  • ...nak Dham, Rameshwaram. I am pleased because in 1976, I was only 'the third Sikh to visit the place in the previous ten years'. ...an Ex I.A.F. man belonging to District Hoshiarpur in Punjab. There was no Sikh Community at Rameshwaram, so it was very difficult for him to run a gurdwar
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  • ...andmother sacrificed their lives for their faith and the right to remain [[Sikh]]s. ...earlessness and the renowned trait of unparalleled heroism becoming of the Sikh leadership and was prepared to sacrifice his life but not his faith.
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  • ...1518) was the elder sister of [[Guru Nanak]], the founder of the [[Sikhism|Sikh faith]]. She was born to father Kalyan Chand Mehta ([[Mehta Kalu]]) and mot ...e and to become his devotee. She is often credited as becoming the first [[Sikh]]. She protected Nanak from their father's wrath, when repeatedly he disapp
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  • ...chose to attack the section who were showing more aggression against the [[Sikh]]s in the mud-fort then the rest of the enemy. Initially, the enemy did not ...driven even further back; many just took flight as they thought that the [[Sikh]] numbers must have increased and so many of the enemy desserted the battle
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  • ...him the most indulgent, are both interesting and valuable. He remarked how Sikh chiefs lacked unity among themselves. Their armies, including that of RANJI 2. Khurana, Gianeshwar, British Historiography on the Sikh Power in the Punjab. Delhi, 1985
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  • ...word and also repaired the broken idol. Very soon afterwards he became the Sikh of Sri Guru Har Gobind Sahib Ji Maharaj. [[category:sakhis]]
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  • ...be so humble and consider themselves so low. Guru Jee asked Bhai Jodh, ‘O Sikh, why do eat the left overs of the Sangat. What makes you eat Jhoot?" [[category:sakhis]]
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  • ...<center>'''Guru Nanak "watering" his crops in Punjab <br>''<small>Courtesy Sikh Missionary Society U.K.</small>'''''</center>]] ...ww.youtube.com/watch?v=ogVRqm9V5xk&list=PLACB12AFE85C908F1 Other videos of sakhis of Guru Nanak]
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  • ...e]] after the wedding and grew to be much loved by his relations and the [[Sikh]]s there. Still, all the time he was there, his heart was with his father, ...ru's heart in Arjan's favor. So he hid the letter in his coat and sent the Sikh back to Arjan telling him that the Guru said he should stay in [[Lahore]] u
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  • ...'''Chittian Bajanvala)''', the keeper of the white falcon. To infuse his [[Sikh]]s with worth and valour the Tenth Guru conducted his affairs as a Emperor, ==Guru Gobind Singh Sakhis==
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  • The [[Janam Sakhis]] also refer to his visit to Baghdad. Mention has been made of Guru Nanak h The inscription was first discovered by Sikh soldiers going to Iraq, then Mesopotamia, during World War I and has since
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  • * {{Book reference | Author=Macauliffe, M.A | Title=The Sikh Religion: Its Gurus Sacred Writings and Authors| Publisher=Low Price Public {{Sakhis of Guru Nanak}}
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  • ...3 in the Bikarimi Sambat 1526, i.e., April 15, 1469. Most of the doyen of Sikh History, such as M.A.Macauliffe, Bhai Kahan Singh Nabha, Bhai Sahib Bhai Vi ...he month of Kartik2. Subsequently this became the most revered date in the Sikh Chronology.
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  • During the time of [[Guru Hargobind]] sahib, there was a [[Sikh]] woman, Bibi Santi, who was married into a family in the village of Butala ...e to influence her husband through stories of the Guru and he too became a Sikh.
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  • ...h Guru]] at [[Anandpur]] on 4 April 1684. She was the second wife of tenth Sikh Guru Guru Gobind Singh ji. ...dur]] and great great grandfather [[Guru Arjan Dev]]. She told them that a Sikh never runs from a battle field. It was because of her teachings that her so
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  • ...er of Rai Duni Chand, a revenue collector (kardar) of Patti. Rajni was a [[Sikh]], a disciple of the Guru. One day she was sitting with her sisters admirin {{Template:Sikh History}}
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  • {{Template:Sikh History}} [[Category:Bhagat Sakhis]] [[Category:Sakhis]]
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  • ...velled in all four directions - North, East, West and South. The founder [[Sikh Guru]] is believed to have travelled more than 28,000 Kms in five major tou ...e teachings of the Guru. At one time Bhai Gurdas also served as one of the Sikh missionaries at Kabul.
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  • ...wn is named after [[Guru Nanak]] (1469-1539), the founder of the [[Sikhism|Sikh faith]]. Guru Nanak was born in this town on [[Baisakh]] sudi 3, 1526 Bk/ 1 ...oble (d. 1752), after his victory over Multan with the assistance of the [[Sikh]]s in 1748, further enlarged this [[Gurdwara]] and brick lined two sides of
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  • ...in Ludhiana district. While living in her village, she learned Gurbani and Sikh history from the granthi ji of the Gurdwara there. She was married to Sarda ...with the Sikhs who went to the Golden Temple to protest against this anti-Sikh behavior of the Mahants. She was there to physically set the Mahants straig
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  • ...ession i.e Jeweler. After Having Discourse with Great Guru Nanak he became Sikh of Baba Nanak. Guru Tegh Bahadur, the ninth guru of Sikh religion, along with his family members started a preaching tour to the Eas
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  • ...mposition of new Janamsakhis were the result of three great schisms of the Sikh religion: The [[Udasis]], the [[Minas]] and the [[Handalis]]. ...deo.google.com/videoplay?docid=6750407046256643095 A video in Punjabi from Sikh Gurbani Program Raghbir Singh Samagh with Gurcharan Singh Brar discussion o
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  • This sakhi is an adaption of one of Baba Isher Singh jee's audio tape sakhis. [[Image:Sikhi1.jpg|thumb|300px|right|"also see [[Basic Tenets of Sikhism|Sikh Beliefs]]"]]
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  • ...akistan]]. He was [[The Birth of the Guru|born]], according to all ancient Sikh records, in the early morning of the third day of the light half of the mon ...songs of Guru Nanak's nine successors, that form the eternal Guru of the [[Sikh.|Sikhs]], the [[Bani|Guru Granth Sahib]].
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  • ==Sikh numbers swell in Nankana Sahib== The Sikh residents of [[Nankana Sahib]], some 30 families in 2007 have been organisi
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  • ...[Lahore]] in het huidige [[Pakistan]]. Hij werd geboren, volgens alle oude sikh opnamens (geschriften, ...), in het vroege ochtend van de derde dag van de ...songs of Guru Nanak's nine successors, that form the eternal Guru of the [[Sikh.|Sikhs]], the [[Bani|Guru Granth Sahib]].
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  • Baoo jee lived according to the shabad "Gur satgur kaa jo sikh akhaai, so bhalkay outh har naam dhiaavai". He was the same inside as he wa [[category:sakhis]]
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  • ...said, that it's writer wish what to write what to not, and if we are true sikh of guru we should not doubt these things. We could not point fingers to gur #Macauliffe, Max Arthur, The Sikh Religion. Oxford, 1909
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  • ...f Sri [[Guru Hargobind]] Sahib Ji during the 1600's, there was a poor Gur[[sikh]] who lived alone in a tiny, little mud hut on the outskirt of a small vill When the blind Sikh heard this he fell to Guru Ji's feet and cried so much he could not contain
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  • ...to run the day to day activities of the kingdom. The prime minister of the Sikh kingdom was a Hindu Dogra – Dhyaan Singh. Dhyaan Singh, a trusted friend ...gh rank, was Sardar Hari Singh Nalwa, but after his shaheedi, there was no Sikh Officers commanding any units of the [[Khalsa]]. The foreign minister and i
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  • ...Sheetal Kund has flowed cold, and while Rajgir does not host even a modest Sikh population, the up-and-coming gurudwara gets a steady flow of worshippers w ...ural center and Rajgir Mahotsav is organized every year. A large number of Sikh families from Mumbai and other parts of the country, which visit Patna for
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  • ...he Narmada could be crossed. Satbir Singh and the writers of the old Janam Sakhis (witness accounts of lives of Guru Nanak and other Gurus) have also mention '''[[Gurdwara]]''' (A Sikh place of worship, lit. the Guru's Door)
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  • ...e to pay for this decision with your life. What use is there in becoming a Sikh for you?" But Teeratha was insistent he begged that nothing mattered. If he ...ve of his followers. He decided to stay with the Guru for some time. The [[Sikh]]s knew that Teeratha was from the Manjh clan and began to call him Bhai Ma
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  • Then I humbly asked about him. His name was Sat Kartar Singh. He as a sikh of Guru Nanak and earned his living by farming. ...fly told him about my state of affairs. And asked him how I could become a sikh too. He told me that he was a having a keertan at his house in a week's tim
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  • The [[Guru Granth Sahib]] is an anthology of spiritual poetry of six of the Sikh Gurus, including poems by a number of medieval saints as well as of some of ...r own verse, the meaning of the compositions they had inherited. The Janam Sakhis contain these interpretations clothed in much hagiographical detail. This i
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  • ...ru explained to him his golden rules of life. Duni Chand became the Guru’s Sikh. He began to live and act as advised by the Guru and followed the true mess * Stories from Sikh History Book 1, Hemkunt Press, A-78 Naraina Ind. Area, Phase-1, New Delhi-1
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  • '''Bhagat Dhanna Ji''' was a Sikh [[Bhagat]] who was born in about [[1415]], at village of Dhuan Kalan near D ...ng the advice and lives of our ten Gurus but also the lives and Bani of 15 Sikh Bhagats.
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  • ...rsuade the mercenaries to betray the Guru. There was disappointment in the Sikh ranks. But the Guru exhorted them to have faith in the Almighty in whose se ...s finally started retreating, at first slowly and then in full flight. The Sikh troops wanted to pursue the enemy, but the Guru stopped them. As the dusk f
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  • ...own as the "Chali Mukte" or 40 immortals. Under the command of a legendary sikh general, they fought 10,000 Mughal Imperial Soldiers, and gave such devasti ...to stay with Pathan Nihang Khan who was an old and sincere devotee of the Sikh Gurus. Bhai Bachitar Singh and his men had to fight their way through a cor
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  • ...xperienced God.<ref>Sakhi (religious story) no. 10 – Puratan Janam sakhis; sakhis no. 28-29 Mehrban Janam Sakhi; Sakhi 37 – Bale wali Janamsakhi1</ref> In Analysing the above quotations of the Sikh Gurus and famous world scientists and scholars, it can be concluded that Go
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  • * {{Book reference | Author=Macauliffe, M.A | Title=The Sikh Religion: Its Gurus Sacred Writings and Authors| Publisher=Low Price Public * Picture from the book: Stories from Sikh History, Book 1 by Hemkunt Press, A-78 Naraina Industrial Area, Phase-1 New
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  • ...n of Victory"''''' and is the name given to the letter sent by the tenth [[Sikh]] [[Guru]], [[Guru Gobind Singh]] in [[1705]] to the Emperor of [[India]], ...i wanted to know the Emperors immediate reaction on reading it, from his [[Sikh]]s.
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  • ...alluding to the invasions by Babar (1483-1530), are collectively known in Sikh literature. The name is derived from the use of the term in one of these hy ...s an eye-witness to the havoc created during these invasions. The ''Janam Sakhis'' mention that [[Guru Nanak]] himself was taken captive at Saidpur. A litt
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  • ...ha]] region. Recently, there has been lobbying to open the corridor for [[Sikh]]s from [[India]] to visit the shrine without any hindrance or visa. It li ...d a small building or hut was constructed. Kartarpur thus became the first Sikh centre. There is a reference in the historical books that Guru formally lai
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  • sun parathaap kabeer dhaa dhoojaa sikh hoaa sain naaee|| [[category:sakhis]]
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  • * [http://www.sikh-history.com/sikhhist/martyrs/sahibzade.html sikh-history.com] ==Guru Gobind Singh Sakhis==
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  • ...rn part of the [[Punjab]], now part of [[Pakistan]], the management of all Sikh [[gurdwara]]s in the newly created State, including those at [[Nankana Sahi ...hem. Then the Mahant and his goons shot, knifed, and even burnt alive the Sikh pilgrims.
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  • ...velled in all four directions - North, East, West and South. The founder [[Sikh Guru]] is believed to have travelled more than 28,000 Kms in five major tou ...ed brothers, and thus be addressed so. The title 'Bhai' is now bestowed on Sikh priests also.
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  • In Lahore, the [[Evacuee Trust Property Board]] (ETPB) and the [[Pakistan Sikh Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee]] (PSGPC) decided this year to grant visas to ...rthday is in November later this year according to the Roman calendar, the Sikh community will celebrate the occasion according to the Nanak Shahi calendar
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  • ...the year, and even today are extremely difficult to traverse. In the Janam Sakhis (witness accounts of the life Guruji) there is mention of a mountain range ...knowledge and way to God. Principal Satbir Singh and writers of old Janam Sakhis (witness accounts of lives of Guru Nanak and other Gurus) have also mention
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  • ...Punja Sahib railway station. Sangat decided to serve langar to the passing Sikh prisoners. ...said fearlessly that an ardaas has been performed to provide langar to the Sikh prisoners of the morcha and as such Guru Sahib would himself stop the train
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  • == Sikh Pilgrimages == ...e end of the 18th century, many of the western hill states also came under Sikh sovereignty.
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  • ...n demise. [[Guru Hargobind]] considered his son's act as being against the Sikh tradition and rebuked him for performing a feat involving a miracle and war ...legantly embossed designs. Brass plates embossed with figures recounting [[Sikh]] and [[Hindu]] themes are affixed in a set of three plates on each of the
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  • ...nd Mata Sahib Kaur (the mother of the Khalsa), in the company of a trusted Sikh proceed towards Ropar and spend the night at his house. ...ri and Mata Sahib Kaur leave Ropar for Delhi in the company of the trusted Sikh at whose house they had spent the previous night. (They reach there safely
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  • ...are many gaps in the travels of Guru Nanak, Fauja Singh and Kirpal Singh, Sikh historians, have collated the information from various sources into three m ..., although there is no definite supporting evidence. Some writers of Janam Sakhis have extended his travels even to some countries in Central Asia.
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  • ...ication of books by some [[Hindu]] activists whose writings maligned the [[Sikh Gurus]] that he was forced to pick up the pen himself to author the book: ' ...important to describe the plight of the [[Hindu]]s and the origin of the [[Sikh religion]] before moving on to the life of [[Guru Gobind Singh]]. [[Guru Na
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  • Obviously the lovely, lonely Guru Nanak Math is in need of a Sikh Scholar to unravel its truths and legends. Until then it will remain a half === Entry for Sikh Temple, Kathmandu, Nepal ===
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  • ...Nanak and also those of his nine successors, [[sangat]] referred to the [[Sikh]] brotherhood established in or belonging to a particular locality. ...re references, for instance, to Sarbatt Sangat Banaras Ki, i.e. the entire Sikh community of Banaras (Varanasi), Patna ki Sangat, i.e. the Sikhs of Patna,
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  • [[Image:Sundri.jpg|thumb|Sundri ''Thanks to www.Sikh.net'']] ...by Courtesy of: [http://www.sikh.net/publications/Sundri/sundri01.htm www.Sikh.net]
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  • ...mpressed the hermit so much that he along with many others become a devout Sikh of the Guru and accepted this true way of life. {{Sakhis of Guru Nanak}}
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  • ...velled in all four directions - North, East, West and South. The founder [[Sikh Guru]] is believed to have travelled more than 28,000 Kms in five major tou ...dh during the Muslim period, in reasonably good shape, was the rise of the Sikh religion in the Punjab. With Sanatan Dharma having gone, more or less, mori
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  • ...he was the person who brought [[Guru Nanak]], the founder of the [[Sikhism|Sikh religion]] into the world. According to the Bala Sakhis, Guru Nanak was very fond of his maternal grandmother. They were very close
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  • ...ha]] region. Recently, there has been lobbying to open the corridor for [[Sikh]]s from [[India]] to visit the shrine without any hindrance or visa. It li ...d a small building or hut was constructed. Kartarpur thus became the first Sikh centre. There is a reference in the historical books that Guru formally lai
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  • ...uda Rakshish''', '''Kauda Bheel''')'' was once a cannibal, who became a [[Sikh]] after an encounter with [[Guru Nanak]] that changed his life. Guru Ji, du * Stories from Sikh History Book 1, Hemkunt Press, A-78 Naraina Ind. Area, Phase-1, New Delhi-1
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  • ...". Sardar Hari Singh Nalwa, after conquering the Sindh province during the Sikh rule, had the beautiful huge [[Gurdwara]] and [[Sarovar]] (pool) built at t {{Sakhis of Guru Nanak}}
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  • ...eachings of [[Guru Nanak]] and his nine successors, it refers to the whole Sikh way of life both in its individual and social expressions evolved over the ...by the [[Ten Gurus]] in person. Direction derived from these sources is a Sikh's ultimate norm in shaping the course of his life, both in its sacred and s
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  • ...age is meant as a temporary holding area to "archive" old links from the [[Sikh Bloggers]] page, of blogs that have not been updated in around 6 months or ...//arinakaur.blogspot.com/ Arina's Musings] A personal blog on my life as a Sikh, a student, and a human
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  • ...eh''' '''The sect was founded in 1857, eight years after the demise of the Sikh Kingdom of Punjab, Between 1867-1881, the Kuka Sect won a large number of c ...the Namdhari movement, founded in 1857, eight years after the fall of the Sikh Empire'''.
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  • ...ring one such ablution that Guru Nanak had what is described, in the Janam Sakhis, as a direct communion with the Divine. As the Janam Sakhis narrate the details, Guru Nanak one morning disappeared into the stream and
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  • ...'. This Nihang belief is not accepted by the majority of the rest of the [[Sikh community]]. http://sikh-reality.blogspot.com/2009/10/summary-of-sarbloh-granth-sahib-ji.html
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  • Guru Maharaj Had given us his Image, Roop to his Sikh also, in due course as our Guru was to do, we should ourselves. {{Sakhis of Guru Gobind Singh}}
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  • ...ns for the moral guidance of a believer are found scattered throughout the Sikh scriptures. ...(Amritsar, 1950) and the English translation Rahit Maryada: A Guide to the Sikh Way of Life (London, 1971) are the modern versions of rahitnamas.
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  • ...ns of various Sampardas (sections of Sikhs), it can be observed that the [[Sikh]]s had access to these compositions which they studied, discussed and under ...hough various acts of persecution. There were very few attempts of writing Sikh history in this period in the 17th Century. Many of the compositions of Gu
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  • ...punjabi.org/elib/unicode.aspx Online Searchable Multilingual Puratan Janam Sakhis] by [[Punjabi University]] * [http://www.sikhnet.com Sikh Net] at sikhnet.com
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  • =Sakhis= ==Sakhis==
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  • The shrine of Guru Nanak the founder of the [[Sikh]] faith is located in Karkh District in Sheikh Maaruf Neighbourhood. This s * [http://www.info-sikh.com/BhagPage1.html www.info-sikh.com]
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  • ...amed after [[Guru Nanak]] Dev Ji (1469-1539), the founder of the [[Sikhism|Sikh faith]]. Guru Nanak Dev Ji was born here on [[Baisakh]] sudi 3, 1526 Bk/ 15 ...to develop Nankana Sahib with various projects including a rest house for Sikh pilgrims, a new hotel, a shopping mall, a housing scheme, a world class uni
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  • ...orth [[Delhi]] in [[India]]. This Gurdwara sahib is dedicated to the first Sikh Guru, [[Guru Nanak|Sri Guru Nanak Dev]]. Gurdwara Nanak Piao was built at t Today, compared to any other city, [[Delhi]] has a large number of [[Sikh]]s. Though their numbers substantially increased in 1947 due to migration f
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  • == Detailed translations and interpretations by noted Sikh Scholar == Read detailed translations and interpretations by noted Sikh Scholar [[Bhai Kahn Singh Nabha]] at http://www.searchsikhism.com/hind8.htm
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  • ...struction of Religious Boundaries - Culture, Identity and Diversity in the Sikh Tradition” (1994). ...pp was as insulting as any European could ever be to the Sikh heritage and Sikh scriptures. Here are some examples:
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  • ...h Sahib, the spirit of their beliefs smoothly blends into [[Gurmat]]. Some Sikh scholars have advanced the thought that of considering Kabir Sahib as the o * Sikh polity...
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  • * {{Book reference | Author=Macauliffe, M.A | Title=The Sikh Religion: Its Gurus Sacred Writings and Authors| Publisher=Low Price Public {{Sakhis of Guru Nanak}}
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  • |Unknown but much greater then the Sikh Casualties ...he Sikhs that "One Sikh equalled Sava Lakh (125,000)" – the bravery of one Sikh is equal to that of 125,000 ordinary men.
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  • ===“Pathology of Pseudo-Sikh Researchers With Linear Myopic, Left Brain and Mystified Western Realities, ...chosocial analysis of the pathological functioning of some Western/Eastern Sikh scholars who have made a habit of trampling over the subjective faith of th
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  • ...t with Guru Nanak, the founder of the Sikh Religion. According to the Bala Sakhis, Guru Nanak was very fond of his maternal grandmother. They were very close ...s love for his sister is referred to in most touching terms in some of the Sakhis. A sister's love for her brother is a perennial theme of Punjabi folklore.
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  • ...the advise he offered to me. It is Professor Harbans Singh’s dedication to Sikh studies that compels me to ponder about Sardarni Kailash Kaur. ...udies. This shows the amount of respect the Sardarni had to the subject of Sikh studies, the subject of her husband. I am extremely honored that I have bee
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  • *{{Book reference | Author=Macauliffe, M.A | Title=The Sikh Religion: Its Gurus Sacred Writings and Authors| Publisher=Low Price Public {{Sakhis of Guru Nanak}}
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  • ...lsa! Hail the Guru’s victory!!) In their hour of triumph, therefore, the Sikh’s remember [[sat sri akal]] instead of exulting in their own valour. ...y people punctilious in the observance of proper form. Those addressing a Sikh religious congregation will, as a rule, greet the audience with the salutat
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  • ...ing unity and harmony among the different religions. His creation of the [[Sikh]] community imbibed with a strong sense of nationalism is a great asset of ...the Sikhs, it is imperative to see its long historical connection with the Sikh history and the Sikhs. It is from this angle, that I have tried to trace t
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  • ...is well marked in the history and deep down in the conscious minds of the Sikh community. ...ally the revered city of bliss or joy, is one of the many towns founded by Sikh Gurus. Situated on the left bank of the [[Satluj|Satluj river]], it lies al
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  • ...shiarpur]] district of [[Punjab]], which holds a very sacred part in every Sikh's heart, has been given a new life by a more than 6 year long effort begun By drawing on the Sikh tradition of [[kar sewa]] (free voluntary service) and [[Daswandh]] (common
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  • ...prised to know that there are more than 12 crores (120 million) of ignored Sikh tribal people in India. The majority of them are from three tribes. ...as, whatever interpretation of Gurubani has been done, it was by a Vanjara Sikh, Bhai Mani Singh, who got his pores cut for Sikhism.
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  • ...advent of the word "Gurdwara", the word "Dharamsala" was used to refer to Sikh places of worship and service ([[Sewa]]). The word can be split into two: " ...efination of a "Gurduara" would be through or by means of our Guru. For a Sikh, every thing is achieved by means/by grace of the Guru.
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  • '''Translations and interpretations by noted Sikh Scholar [[Bhai Kahn Singh Nabha]] at http://www.searchsikhism.com/hind8.htm ...s) accept Guru Granth Sahib Ji as our only scripture and accept only those Sakhis and religious books that are in accord with Guru Granth Sahib Ji. This is t
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  • It has been said that [[Guru Nanak]] only had one true Sikh - Lehna who became [[Guru Angad|Angad]]. And that [[Guru Gobind Singh]] onl {{Sakhis of Guru Nanak}}
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  • ...pot.com/2018/11/kartarpur-ravi-sikh-inkalab-da-sarot.html Kartarpur-Ravi - Sikh Inkalab da Sarot - Surjeet Singh Bhatia Tract No. 529]''' {{Sakhis of Guru Nanak}}
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  • ...hared the Punjab and lived together for many centuries in peace with their Sikh and Hindu neighbors (one may remember that it was the Muslim and Hindus of ...etween the teachings of [[Hinduism]] and [[Islam]]. But a careful study of Sikh traditions and relics of Sikhism lead to an irrefutable conclusion that [[G
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  • ...Nirmalasa, like the [[Udasi]]s, commanded considerable influence under the Sikh rulers of the Punjab, but unlike them they have been able to preserve at le ...ter Hindu temples, as they might hear the holy language of the Devtas. The Sikh Gurus however, saw all men as being equal. Since there were many Sikhs who
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  • ...velled in all four directions - North, East, West and South. The founder [[Sikh Guru]] is believed to have travelled more than 28,000 Kms in five major tou ...wara here commemorates Guru Nanak Dev Ji's visit and is one of the holiest Sikh pilgrim shrines in the Himalayas.
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  • ...iving away from home, Mcleod found his interest in Christianity waning and Sikh history a growing interest. ...hism]] which will be a source of reference for the coming generations of [[Sikh]] and scholars of [[Sikhism]]. Much of his work was also found un factual
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  • ...sh turban is liable for penalty. For this reason it is mandatory for every Sikh of the Guru to tie a turban everyday."''' ...usness and is committed to living upto principles. It is the identity of a Sikh. Guru Gobind Singh jee told His Sikhs:
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  • * [http://www.sikhphilosophy.net About Sikh Religion] A website with comprehensive English Translations of Gurbani, Gur ...e the world habitat the most valuable principles propounded in Gurbani and Sikh idealism through the free distribution of high quality literature in Panjab
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  • There is some discussion amoung Sikh scholars whether the first and second udasis were infact just one continuou ...so Known as Kauda Rakshish, Kauda Bheel) was once a cannibal, who became a Sikh after an encounter with Guru Nanak that changed his life. Guru Ji, during h
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  • ...as so complete that he came to be canonized as Bhai, the Brother of the [[Sikh]] Order, very early in his career. For his pioneering work in its several ==Exceptional Sikh scholar==
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  • {{Aowhbr|[[Sikh|List of hundreds of Sikh]]s [[Sikhi|who have a Sikhi]] [[Wikipedia:Blog|related Blog]]}} ...nt posts from Sikh blogs, do a search at [http://www.technorati.com/search/sikh Technorati]</small><br>
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  • ...n. It is therefore with great regret that I must add this page to www.info-Sikh.com ...that his time on Earth was coming to an end passed on the guruship to the Sikh scriptures, Aadh Guru Granth Sahib Ji, and then ascended to Sach Khand (hea
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  • ...ecting the footprints of the Guru”. At the same time, with large number of Sikh families having settled in different areas of Bihar, after partition of the ...he house of one Jaita Seth situated at a place called Bishambherpur (Janam Sakhis) near Pachhmi Darwaja of then walled city of Patna with a number of gates,
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  • ...ru Nanak Dev Ji died on Assu Sudi 10 (lunar day) as it is given in the old Sakhis and Bhai Mani Singh Ji has also given the same date in Gyan Ratnavali. And ...piritual heir of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Guru Amar Das Ji was originator of the Sikh tradition. In no way he would encourage superstitions and old customs in hi
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  • ...3-1530), the first [[Mughal]] emperor of India, are collectively known in Sikh literature. The name is derived from the use of the term in one of these h ...ak]] was an eye witness to the havoc created during these invasions. Janam Sakhis mention that he himself was taken captive at Saidpur. A line of his, outsid
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  • ...r, a warrior, a poet, and a philosopher, Guru Gobind Singh Ji molded the [[Sikh]] religion into its present shape, with the institution of the [[Khalsa]] f ...thority. In Sambat 1756 (1699 A.D), Guru Gobind Singh issued directions to Sikh sangats or communities in different parts not to acknowledge [[masand]]s, t
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  • ...ipture [[Guru Granth Sahib]] by the fifth [[Guru Arjan Dev ji]]. All the [[Sikh Gurus]] after Guru Nanak Dev ji continued to identify themselves as ''Nanak ...f Guru Nanak Dev ji's nine successors, that form the eternal Guru of the [[Sikh.|Sikhs]], the [[Bani|Guru Granth Sahib]].
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  • ...on the mission of this unique patriot and courageous fighter. Many [[Janam Sakhis]] written, earlier and now, by over zealous devotees are available. Carried
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  • ...st the rich can give in their pride. Bhai Lab later became a distinguished Sikh. ...took the occasion to discourage all such rites and to convert the rule to Sikh ways of life. At Pathandi he converted many Pathans, and then he visited hi
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  • ...t of her life in Kartarpur, contributing as always to the establishment of Sikh values and traditions. As wife of the first Guru, her role was an important '''Mata Sulakhni''', the wife of the first [[Sikh]] [[guru]], [[Guru Nanak Dev]] ji, was responsible for the serving of the
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  • Bhoomiya: “O King, I am not even a Sikh yet. He is the Guru, who removed a sinner like me, from the mire of evil a [[category:Sakhis]]
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  • ...velled in all four directions - North, East, West and South. The founder [[Sikh Guru]] is believed to have travelled more than 28,000 Kms in five major tou ...he Guru after receiving Charanpauhal. It is said that the first historical Sikh temple was constructed on the spot where this conversation was held.
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  • ...iscoverer of the ninth Nanak"''' for his famous act of finding the ninth [[Sikh Guru]], [[Guru Tegh Bahadur]] in [[Bakala]], [[India]] in around 1665. ...erations. Makhan Shah, was a [[Gursikh]] who played an important part in [[Sikh history]]. He was a person who displayed trust and confidence in the [[Guru
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  • '''Guru Nanak''', the founder of the Sikh religion, like the Buddha earlier, sowed the seeds of spiritual democracy. ...Sangali]], which was composed and left in Sri Lanka by the founder of the Sikh religion. However, according to the same author, [[Guru Arjun Dev]] did not
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  • [[Image:Tomb8.jpg|thumb|325px|right|Satnam Singh a Sikh is a priest here at Sheikh Brahm tomb at Mianwali (Indo-Pak international b His own disciple, kamal, also became a Sikh of Guru Nanak. Later on he went to and settled at kartarpur and spent his d
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  • ...of Dhadi and Classical tradition of Rebabi and patronised a new school of Sikh Holy Music. ...as DAULTI Rebabi continued reciting the Sikh Holy Music. (Article courtesy Sikh Heritage Museum U.K. ref: Iqbal Namah (Persian) by Raja Ram Tota of Kashmir
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  • ...of [[Buddhists]] in Tibet, has confirmed this in his discussions with some Sikh leaders saying that Tibetans revere Guru Nanak as a Buddhist saint under th ...t reverence for Buddhist teachers. It is a matter of no small pride that a Sikh escorted the Dalai Lama to India when he exiled Tibet.
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  • Following are Sikh and Non Sikh historical books and manuscripts which serve as evidence of Nanak visited t * Janamsakhis - Early Sikh manuscripts; All Janamsakhis by different writers mentioned Nanak visit to
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  • ...ly precincts of some of the Sikh shrines, overtaking the monotheism of the Sikh Gurus’. The Udasis who controlled these shrines served as Trojan horses; ...eir slunking back to Hinduism at an alarming scale. Two, the attendance at Sikh shrines and participation at annual functions fell sharply. The British wor
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  • 2 Evolution of the Sikh Panth (1469 - 1708) ...c consciousness blossomed in full. He had a revelation, or, as the [[Janam Sakhis]] narrate, was led to the presence of God, and commissioned to propagate Hi
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