Lifestyle & News: Sikh Warrior
This is the context in which I understand the Sant-Sipahi. Guru Teg Bahadur tried the peaceful way and that did not work. Guru Gobind Singh felt forced to use the sword, but he wanted his soldiers to remain faithful to the Sikh ethical principles.
[VIDEO] This well produced documentary is about Sikhs in the U.S. military and their struggle to be accepted in to service. It is fascinating to see the huge effort that went into these men finally making it.
Nihang Sikhs are a particular sect of Sikhism. They are essentially one of the last existing traditions of modern-day warriors. The word Nihang literally means crocodile. They describe themselves as the “Akaali,” which means undying or immortal army.
Series on Five Most Important Horses in the Sikh History!
As we worked on the script for KAUR, being a stickler for details, I wanted to actually chart on a map the journey that they took. The more we charted the history, the less the story most people know made sense.
The incredible story of a real-life 'War Horse' that dodged shellfire to deliver supplies to troops before walking back to the UK from Russia has been uncovered for the first time.
"Freedom and liberty for all." That phrase, which closely follows the words from our own nation's pledge of allegiance, is one of the basic tenets of Sikhism.