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  1. Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji ke Fateh, I wondered if anyone knows if Sri Hemkunt Sahib conducts Amrit Sanchars. What a beautiful location it would be to give our sis on the site Guru Pita did bhagti on. Beautiful. Rab rakka ji Spartan
  2. The climbing atop of five Nihang Sikhs on the demolished Mangu Mutt structure at Puri on January 2nd, 2020 caused ripples in the administration. The 2nd January is the birth anniversary of the tenth Sikh Guru, Gobind Singh Ji, which is celebrated with fervor by Sikhs. The Nihangs climbed atop the demolished rooms of the Mutt and retrieved the emblem of Sikhism, the Khanda, from the debris. The Khanda, a double edged sword, is the military emblem of the Sikhs. It is also part of the design of the Nishan Sahib, and is installed on the top as an ornament or finial. The finding of the Khanda in
  3. Many videos are available online of this incident. January 3, 2020 (RNS) – Hundreds of Muslims have mobbed a prominent Sikh gurdwara in Pakistan after months of tension over a Sikh woman's alleged forced conversion to Islam. According to media reports emerging from the region Friday (Jan. 3), several Sikh devotees were stranded for hours inside the Nankana Sahib, the pilgrimage site in Pakistan’s Punjab Province where Sikhism’s founder, Guru Nan
  4. photos I took of the historic Gurdwara Thamm Sahib. The Thamm that Guru Arjan Dev Ji built was destroyed by the Moghals in 1740s (i think) but the gurdwara was rebuilt again by Dal Panth. This used to belong to the Sodhis of Kartarpur under Baba Wadhbhag Singh but he gave it over to the Guru Khalsa Panth after Moghals took it over. There is nothing surviving from Guru Sahib's personal possessions here though. My Guru blessed my eyes and heart with a visit to this sacredplace. I didn't know there was so much history to Kartarpur. There are many other historic Gurdwaras here in
  5. Another gurdwara has been demolished in Pakistan https://sikhsiyasat.net/2017/08/28/building-gurdwara-sahib-demolished-thoha-khalsa-village-near-rawalpindi-pakistan/
  6. Lahore’s historical gurdwara now a Muslim shrine The well of blood Gurdwara ‘Lal Khoohi’ (the well of blood) was built at the spot where Guru Arjan Dev was kept in confinement. The site housed the haveli (mansion) of Chandu Shah,the diwan of Mughal Emperor Jahangir, who had developed hatred for the Guru after he rejected the marriage proposal of the Emperor's daughter with the Guru’s son, Hargobind. The Guru is believed to havespent his last days here, drinking from the well. In1927, the SGPC took charge of the gurdwara. Vishav Bharti Tribune News Serv
  7. http://scroll.in/article/810934/how-the-sikh-religion-evolved-from-the-time-of-its-founding-guru Driving down the Multan Road Highway, exploring Pakistan's Sikh heritage A visit to some ancient gurudwaras across the border. Image credit: Haroon Khalid | A gurdwara dedicated to Guru Nanak in Manga in Pakistan's Lahore district. Jul 01, 2016 · 06:30 pm Updated Jul 01, 2016 · 11:23 pm Haroon Khalid 4.8K Total views Email Print Email
  8. WJKK WJKF ! This post will be long so I apologize beforehand, but please provide some help. Prior to going to this Gurdwara, I had heard a lot about the committee and the granthis in the gurdwara. This includes people who have observed swearing and arguments bewteen granthis and committtee meemebers in the darbar hall in the presence of SGGSJi. I also found out that they do not do Rehraas at a set time and sometimes they do it at 7:30pm. In addition to this I heard the granthis and parthaan of the gurdwara chose to completely stop langar apart from Sundays, despite ther
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    Meaning of GurDwara.

    Hi, Meaning of the words should be understood in SURTTI called holy spirit. The word Gurdwara is made up of two words; one is Gur, which stands for DHANGHH or formula or logical reasoning called intuition. Dwara means a communal place where you can come together to ponder over His Word. So, in the Gurdwara, Sangatt should ponder over His Word and then be able to Preach Gospel to the local. Sikhism is continuation of Christianity and Sikh should tell them the names of the Five Husbands of the Samaritan Woman at well in John 4. They were Kaam, Karodhh, etc. Men of letters c
  10. Gurfeteh During the times of the Gurus only Harimander Sahib was built as a Gurdwara. The rest of the places was where satsang was held and (maharaj) ranjit singh started to build Gurdwaras on places where the Gurus had visited or held Satsang, but before that was there Gurdwaras other then Darbar Sahib.
  11. Hey all, we're always talking about extremely important issues regarding Sikhi and morals on these forums, and the role of the Gurdwara. One of my close friends in New York, has started the FindGurdwara project in order to create an accurate and updated database of Gurdwaras around the world to help Gurdwara Seekers find them, also to bring the Gurdwaras together on a common platform. He has created an iPhone app (obviously free) called FindGurdwara where you can find Gurdwaras and even Add Gurdwaras and photos of Gurdwaras to the database in case you see that a Gurdwara is not listed
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