Editor's Note: In 2015, the Akal Takhat and the SGPC released a completely new calendar for Sikh celebrations. Please see the following news article for more information.

In the spirit of serving the society for those in need, the Sikh community is donating blood at Canadian Blood Services on different days at the end of November and early December. November 29th (Saturday) is booked as one of the group donation dates.
It provides a platform to all educational institutions to lead as messiahs of change and foster eco-friendly celebrations of gurpurabs. It definitely leads to sustainable celebrations, cleanliness of the planet and good health of its inhabitants.
By bringing these principles of gurmat in to our lives and developing our relationship with the Guru, the personality of Guru Nanak comes alive. His desire to learn, his pursuit of justice, his compassion, his humility, his love for humanity…what better way to celebrate his life?
Thanksgiving was celebrated by Sikhs of Connecticut by implementing Guru Nanak dev ji fundamentals “share with needy”.
The second annual event, this time bolstered by an official City proclamation, is intended to extend a hand community-wide in the interest of mutual understanding.
...on the occasion of Guru Nanak Dev ji's Prakash Divas (birth anniversary), Nanak Naam Jahaj Gurudwara of Jersey City has organized “LET’S SHARE A MEAL” event to serve food (Langar) to around 5000 needy in homeless shelters across the Tri-state area.
More than 2,000 Indian sikh yatrees arrived here on Friday by special trains to celebrate the 544th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Jee.
It was a momentous day in the family of Mehta Kalu and Mata Tripta.
Sikhs celebrate 544th birthday celebrations of first Sikh Guru, Sri Guru Nanak Devji on a mammoth scale on November 17, 2013.
Were it up to him, Guru Nanak may not have us celebrate his birthday... There can only be one danger is celebrating and praising our Guru...
The celebrations of 545th birth anniversary of first Sikh Guru and founder of Sikhism, Baba Guru Nanak starts from November 15 in Pakistan.
The most important and major festival of the Sikh Community across the world "SRI GURU NANAK DEV JI BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS'',... is going to be celebrated on a grand and mammoth scale in Andhra Pradesh from November 13 to November 17, 2013.
Spiritual Guru of the Sikhs. Diplomat-at-large. Musician and poet. That's Guru Nanak for you.
Anderson Sikhs honor the birth date of Guru Nanak Dev Ji - Approximately 200 people turned out Saturday, Nov. 20, at the Sikh Center in Anderson to celebrate Thanksgiving and the birthday of Sikhism founder, Guru Nanak Dev Ji.
President Obama said, “On Sunday, many around the world will observe the anniversary of birth of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the founder of Sikhism. I send my best wishes to all those observing this extraordinary occasion. This is also an opportunity to recognize the many contributions that Sikh Americans have made to our nation, and to reflect on the pluralism that is a hallmark of America.”
About 1200 Indian Sikh pilgrims have left for Pakistan to attend the 541st birth anniversary of Guru Nanak, the first spiritual leader of the Sikh Community, at Nankana Sahib in Sheikhupura District, even as the Pakistan Government denied visas to 250 Sikh pilgrims.
The festive spirit is growing in the Sikh community as it readies to celebrate the 541st Birthday of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the founder of Sikhism. He founded Sikhism on the universal principle of equality of all people regardless of class, colour, creed, religion or gender.
Darbar Sahib is my FAVORITE place in the world. It is very, very close to my heart. Even right now, I feel am here in Delhi and my heart, my soul is there, out there in Amritsar!! I am just pining to visit Amritsar. Today, on the eve of the birthday of Guru Ramdas,...
To celebrate the Life of Guru Har Krishan Ji the Sikh Awareness Society Leicester Branch took a practical step. Members of Sikh Awareness Society traveled to the Leicester Blood Donor Centre and donated blood.
A tribute on the Gurpurab by Rawel Singh
Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s birthday was celebrated with paraplegic children at The Spastic Society of India.
Sikh devotees attend our fourth Guru's 474th birthday, an event not even mentioned in Pak-India relations held at Chuna mandi Gurdwara.
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