“Khalsa mero roop hai khaas, Khaalse meh hau karau nivaas Khalsa is my form special, In Khalsa I live Khalsa mero mukh hai angaa, Khaalse ke haun sad sad sangaa Khalsa is my body, With Khalsa Im ever ever present Khalsa mero mitar sakhaaee, Khalsa maat pita sukhdaaee
Key Lessons & Teachings from Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s life 1 Submission to the Will of God (WAHEGURU) Guru Nanak Dev ji gave the message of “Hukam Rajayee Chalna Nanak Likheya Naal“. Guru Nanak Dev ji says that everything happens by God’s Grace, so Rest assured that God knows better
More than 500 years have gone by when Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji started his holy mission to transform world social structure in a way that human society rids itself of all social evils. He preached his followers, the Sikhs, to lead truthful and pious lives and do good to
Nanak Dukhiyan Sab Sansaar ,So Sukhiya Jin Naam adhaar..!! This whole world is ridden with Sorrow.But a person who prays to God through faith can feel the true happiness !! Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji explain us that how everyone in the world is unhappy and depressed throughout their life
Ardas, ਅਰਦਾਸ, is a humble prayer to God, by means of which a Sikhs remembers and respects the sacrifices made by the Gurus and Sikhs to uphold religious freedom and the Sikh faith. Ardas means a request, a supplication, a prayer, a petition or an address to a superior authority.
Status of Women in Sikh Religion Guru Nanak Dev Ji, founder of Sikh religion, said men and women are equal and therefore women cannot be considered socially or spiritually inferior. Of woman are we born, of woman conceived. To woman engaged and married. Woman are befriended, by woman is the
Bhai Mani Singh Shaheed (martyr) (1670 – 9 July 1737), a great Sikh personality of the eighteenth century, occupies a very esteemed position in Sikh history, when he assumed control and steered the course of the Sikhs’ destiny at a very critical stage. A great scholar, a devoted Sikh, and