Lifestyle & News: Sikh History and Heritage
The mirror on the wall prods us towards the process and power of self-awareness.
The Greatest Sikh General of the Punjab Kingdom
Sikh policemen were an indelible part of the landscape of Hong Kong, Shanghai & Straits Settlements...
Accepting death by choice for a principle to make a political statement was unknown in India until the Sikh era.
So in Bachitr Natak Guru Gobind Singh ji says, 'Now I will tell my own story. When I was in deep spiritual practice I was called by God to SachKhand and became One.'
Guru Gobind Singh did his best so that all sects and communities in India may live with freedom and enjoy the fruit of liberty and equality.
Below is a very valuable video where Bhai Sukha Singh passionately, with deep love for his Guru, implores the sangat to listen to and really take on the life of our Guru into our lives:
Over three hundred years have passed since both, Guru Gobind Singh and Aurangzeb died. What a contrast!
The Gurus faced a multi-task agenda of remaking society. This demanded sustained and deft mentoring for over two centuries.
It was Guru Gobind Singh ji who revealed Waheguru ji ka Khalsa i.e. Waheguru's Khalsa, from the Sangat assembled at Anandpur Sahib