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Mata Gujri (1624 -1705) (whose formal name was 'Mata Gujar Kaur') was the wife of the ninth Sikh Guru, Guru Tegh Bahadur; the mother of the tenth and last human Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh and the grandmother of the four Sahibzade. She was born in...

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DISTINCT in the way we look and dress we only have God to impress DISTINCT in what we eat and drink and in what we say and think DISTINCT in how we look and talk and in how strong we walk DISTINCT with the 5Ks we wear and our long uncut hair DISTINCT in the people we know and...

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KHALSA TURBAN: PAGG NAAL TERI SARDARI KHALSA, RAKH EHNU JAAN TON PIYARI KHALSA, EH PRATEEK KHALSAEE SHAAN DA, JAG VICH TERI VAKHRI PEHCHAN DA, DIKH TERI ES NE SHINGARI KHALSA, PAGG NAAL TERI SARDARI KHALSA. JADON TU SAJAVE DASTAAR SIR TE, BAJJAN WALA DINDA YE PIYAR SIR TE, CHARH JANDI PIYAR DI KHUMARI KHALSA, PAGG...

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Brief meaning and history  Anand Karaj (Punjabi: ਅਨੰਦ ਕਾਰਜ, anand kāraj) is the Sikh marriage ceremony, meaning "Blissful Union" or "Joyful Union", that was introduced by Guru Amar Das. The four Lavan (marriage hymns which take place during the marriage ceremony) were composed by his successor,...

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