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  1. Why we are called Sikhs? Sikh name to Sikh religion which Guru Ji gave. I am Sikh since generations. I am proud of being a Sikh. Sikhism is the best modern and progressive religion. Non Sikhs ask me and I want answers for the following questions. 1. Which Guru Ji started Sikh religion? 2. In which year Guru Ji started Sikh religion? 3. At which place Guru Ji started Sikh religion? 4. In which place and year Guru Ji declared that my religion name is “Sikh” 5. In which place and year which Guru Ji declared that my religion is a separate from others, and it is a separate Kaum also. If any Guru Ji made Sikhs a separate Kaum (nation) he must have written in SGGS. 6. Is our Sikh religion a religion or Kaum(nation) While answering please mention name of book and page, edition year etc. I tried very hard to find answers to these questions from old Janam Sakhis, Panth Prakash, Gur bilas, Suraj Prakash, Guru Granth Sahib, Bhai Gurdas Ji and Dasam Granth also. But no where it is written about my questions. Please do not quote from Modern history books. Please help me.
  2. I have been to this website Sikhbookclub.com offering numerous e-books written by Bhai Sahib Bhai Vir Singhji. I have downloaded many to my collection. The best part is that the website has a huge collection of Sikh Books on various topics. I love to browse this website and would recommend others to have a look and read your favorite book. Here are some useful links:- Bhai Vir Singh Punjabi Books Bhai Vir Singh English Books WaheGuru Je ka Khalsa, WaheGuru Je Ki Fateh..
  3. The Guru’s teachings enlighten minds and fill it with Lord’s prayers. He states- “Our mind can arise only if we love God, loving him is remembering him, and to remember is reciting his name as O Lord O lord O lord or WaheGuru, Waheguru, WaheGuru WaheGuru.” “Recitation of the Lord's Name is everything. Recitation is the service to the Lord. Recitation is worship of the Lord. Recitation is the love of the Lord. I live, when I recite his Name I die, when I forget his Name.” Read Guru Nanak chamatkar which is a reminiscence of the divine glory of Guru Nanak Dev and the power of his teachings to realize the presence of lord beside us today and always. Guru Nanak Chamatkar- Part 1- English By Bhai Vir Singh Guru Nanak Chamatkar- Part 2- English By Bhai Vir Singh
  4. Stories From Sikh History Book 1 -English By Kartar Singh Stories From Sikh History Book 2 -English By Kartar Singh Stories From Sikh History Book 3 -English By Kartar Singh Stories From Sikh History Book 4 -English By Kartar Singh Stories From Sikh History Book 5 -English By Kartar Singh Stories From Sikh History Book 6 -English By Kartar Singh Stories From Sikh History Book 7 -English By Kartar Singh
  5. The name 'Amrit' refers to the drinking of immortal nectar (amrit), an essential part of the ceremony of commitment. The proper name of the rite is khande di pahul, the “nectar of the double-edged sword.” A bowl of water with sugar crystals is stirred with a double edged sword, while sacred hymns are recited, infusing the nectar with the power of the Divine Word. It is this water, which has now become the amrit, that is sipped by those who become members of the Khalsa. E-books for free download:- Meaning of Amrit -English By Bhai Randhir Singh Amrit Kee Hain -Punjabi By Bhai Randhir Singh
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