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'''On June 16 every year''', the [[Sikh]]s worldwide celebrate  -  yeah, Celebrate!  -  '''the great sacrifice of [[Guru Arjan]]''', their fifth Guru. In 1601, after completing the construction of the beautiful [[Harimandir Sahib]] and then the successfully compilation of the voluminous sacred Sikh text called the [[Adi Granth]] in 1604, the [[Guru]] taught the [[Sikh]]s the ultimate lesson - In 1606, the Guru by example showed the Sikhs the way and the manner in which to die in the name and in the [[Hukam]] (will) of [[God]]. Guru ji was the first Sikh {{Wiki|martyr}} ever and by this event, the Guru set a precedence and an example for the people of the world. He demonstrated how one should lay down one's life without fear, with dignity, honour and how not to be intimidated by thugs and terrorist.
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'''On [[June 16]] every year''', [[Sikh]]s worldwide celebrate  -  yeah, Celebrate!  -  '''the great sacrifice of [[Guru Arjan]]''', their fifth Guru.  
  
This extraordinary Man who gave Sikhi two of its greatest gifts  ... the [[Guru Granth Sahib]] and the [[Harimandir Sahib]]  ... was in the prime of his life, a mere 39 years old, when his spiritual activities were deemed a threat to institutionalized religion by the ruler of the land. Refusing to waver from his faith, he was tortured until his body succumbed.
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In [[1601]], after completing the construction of the beautiful [[Harimandir Sahib]] and then the successful compilation of the voluminous sacred [[Sikh Scripture]] called the [[Adi Granth]] in [[1604]], the [[Guru]] embarked on teaching the [[Sikh]]s his ultimate lesson.
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In [[1606]], the Guru, by example, showed the Sikhs the way and the manner in which to die in the name and in the [[Hukam]] (will) of [[God]]. Guru ji was the first Sikh {{Wiki|martyr}} ever and by this event, the Guru set a precedence and an example for the people of the world.
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He demonstrated how one should lay down one's life without fear, with dignity, honour and how not to be intimidated by thugs and terrorists.<!---
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This extraordinary Man who gave [[Sikhi]] two of its greatest gifts  ... the [[Guru Granth Sahib]] and the [[Harimandir Sahib]]  ... was in the prime of his life, a mere 39 years old, when his spiritual activities were deemed a threat to institutionalized religion by the ruler of the land. Refusing to waver from his faith, he was tortured until his body succumbed.  
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[[Guru Arjan]], on whose shoulders stands much of Sikhi as we know it today showed the world the ultimate way to tackle the terrorists head-on. And from his suffering were inspired many millions who understood his message and treaded the same spiritual path as him.---> {{More|Paradigm of sacrifice}}

Latest revision as of 19:09, 13 June 2014

Sewadars preparing drink of kacchi lassi

On June 16 every year, Sikhs worldwide celebrate - yeah, Celebrate! - the great sacrifice of Guru Arjan, their fifth Guru.

In 1601, after completing the construction of the beautiful Harimandir Sahib and then the successful compilation of the voluminous sacred Sikh Scripture called the Adi Granth in 1604, the Guru embarked on teaching the Sikhs his ultimate lesson.

In 1606, the Guru, by example, showed the Sikhs the way and the manner in which to die in the name and in the Hukam (will) of God. Guru ji was the first Sikh martyr ever and by this event, the Guru set a precedence and an example for the people of the world.

He demonstrated how one should lay down one's life without fear, with dignity, honour and how not to be intimidated by thugs and terrorists. ....More