HUKAMNAMA , is a compound of two Persian words “hukam”, meaning command or order, and “namah”, meaning letter. In the Sikh tradition, historically it refers to the letters sent by the Sikh Gurus to their Sikhs or sangats (congregation) in different parts of the country during the period of the
Guru Har Gobind, ([ɡʊru həɾɡobɪnd sɑhɪb]) also Saccha Padshah (“True Emperor”) (19 June 1595 – 3 March 1644)was the sixth of the Sikh gurus. He was eleven years old when he became Guru on 30 May 1606, after the execution of his father, Guru Arjan, by the Mughal emperor Jahangir.
Mela Maghi, held at the holy city of Sri Muktsar Sahib each year in January, or the month of Magh according to Nanakshahi calendar is one of the most important melas (fairs) of India and the most important of all religiously significant gatherings of the Sikhs. Guru Amar Das Ji
Bhai Dayal Das (variously spelt as Bhai Dyala, Dayala, Diala)( was one of the earliest and greatest Martyrs to the Sikh faith. Along with his companions Bhai Mati Das and Bhai Sati Das as well as Ninth Guru, Guru Teg Bahadur, Bhai Dayala was martyred at Chandni Chowk at Delhi
Guru Maneyo Granth (English: Consider the Granth to be the Guru), refers to the historic statement of the 10th Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh (1666–1708), shortly before his death affirming the sacred text Adi Granth as his successor, thus terminating the line of human Gurus. Installed as the Guru Granth
Panj Pyare (Punjabi: ਪੰਜ ਪਿਆਰੇ, Pañj Pi’ārē, literally the five beloved ones), is the name collectively given to the five Sikh men,Bhai Daya Singh, Bhai Dharam Singh, Bhai Himmat Singh, Bhai Mohkam Singh and Bhai Sahib Singh by Guru Gobind Singh Ji at the historic divan at Anandpur Sahib on
Unveiling of the Sikh Memorial to the sacrifices made by Sikh soldiers in the World Wars.This took place today at the National Arboretum, Staffordshire today. it was attended by serving and retired members of the Army. As well as Bhai Mohinder Singh, Peter Virdee, as well as the Royal British
By Dr. Pavandeep Singh Sandhu Sunday 1st November 2015, the UK’s first national memorial commemorating the service and sacrifice of Sikh soldiers who fought during World War One will be unveiled at the National War Arboretum, Staffordshire. The “WW1 Sikh Memorial” is the first of