The ten Gurus of Sikhs

Guru Nanak Devji – First Patshahi Guru Angad Devji – Second Patshahi Guru Amardasji – Third Patshahi Guru Ramadasji – Fourth Patshahi Guru Arjan Devji – Fifth Patshahi Guru Har Govindji – Sixth Patshahi Guru Har Rayaji – Seventh Patshahi Guru Har Kishanji – Eig Guru Teg Bahadur Sahibji – Ninth Patshahihth Patshahi Guru Gobind Singhji – Tenth Patshahi These…

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Greetings from us

One of the greatest attributes of the Sikh community is the enthusiasm and religious fervour displayed by its members to mark events and festivals of significance. They are also known for their spirit of enterprise and goodwill and the ability to bring together other ethnic groups. These will be evident at Baisakhi Festival that would be observed by the community…

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A unique month of universal significance

As National MP Kanwaljit Singh Bakshi has written in his article (appearing in this Special Report), ‘Baisakhi’ or ‘Vaisakhi’ is a festival observed by Hindus throughout India, although under different names. “Vaisakhi is special to most Indians because it is the festival of harvest,” he said. We would like to extend that concept to highlight the significance of April as…

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Sikhs observe Environment Day

More than 1000 Sikh institutions and Gurdwaras around the world celebrated March 14, 2012, the ‘Sikh Environment Day,’ the day nature and animal lover Guru Har Rai became the seventh Sikh Guru in 1644. ‘EcoSikh,’ a Washington based Sikh organisation, which had initiated the celebrations last year set the goal of enrolling more than 700 Sikh institutions and Gurdwaras to…

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