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Sikh Kara Five Lines Medium-Thick, 120 g (silver / S)
The Kara, a special bracelet, is handcrafted in Amritsar, India and is made of 100% stainless steel. It’s high polish is achieved without the use of chemicals or chrome plating. The Kara is hypo-allergenic, rust proof, and guaranteed to arrive without imperfections. The weight of the Kara may vary slightly, depending on the size. This Kara is available in the following sizes: S: inner diameter approximately 6,4 cm (approx. 100 g) M: inner diameter approximately 7,3 cm (approx. 115 g) L…
India-0436 - Gurudwara Bangla Sahib
PLEASE, NO invitations or self promotions, THEY WILL BE DELETED. My photos are FREE to use, just give me credit and it would be nice if you let me know, thanks.. Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, the Sikh temple. New Delhi, India The Sikh religion began at the end of the 15th century. The Muslims clashed with Hinduism and Guru Nanak (1469-1539) saw the brutality of the Mughals. His teachings centered around equality and reconciliation between Hindus and Muslims. After making a pilgrimage to both Hindu…
HASANABDAL: Apr14 Thousands of Sikh pilgrims gather at the shrine of Gurdwara Punja Sahib to celebrate the annual religious festival Besakhi. Around 4,000 Sikh pilgrims from all over the world arrived in Pakistan to celebrate their religious annual festiv
HASANABDAL: Apr14 Thousands of Sikh pilgrims gather at the shrine of Gurdwara Punja Sahib to celebrate the annual religious festival Besakhi. Around 4,000 Sikh pilgrims from all over the world arrived in Pakistan to celebrate their religious annual festival in Punja Sahib, the second most sacred place for Sikhs, after the Golden Temple in India. PHOTO by Sultan Dogar
The following of Sikhism revolves around a monotheistic god called Ik Onkar the religion originated in the 15th century CE, the religion only has 23 million followers and is one of the smaller religions of the modern day. Sikh religion revolves around a god but they do not believe that humans are Ik Onkar’s creation, (not divine incarnation). They also reject the philosophy of the social caste system and praise life and equality.
Guru Arjan Dev Ji (Punjabi: ਸ੍ਰੀ ਗੁਰੂ ਅਰਜੁਨ ਦੇਵ ਜੀ [ɡʊru əɾdʒən dev]; 15 April 1563– 30 May 1606 is the Fifth of the Ten Sikh Gurus. He was born in Goindval, Punjab, India, the youngest son of Guru Ram Das Sahib Ji and Bibi Bhani Ji, the daughter of Guru Amar Das Sahib Ji. He became Guru Ji of the Sikhs on 1 September 1581 after the death of His Father Guru Ram Das Sahib Ji. Guru Arjan Dev Ji died in Lahore, Punjab, (now in Pakistan). Before His death,
The Guru Granth Sahib (Punjabi: ਗੁਰੂ ਗ੍ਰੰਥ ਸਾਹਿਬ [ɡʊɾu ɡɾəntʰ sɑhɪb]), or Adi Granth, is the religious text of Sikhism. It is a voluminous text of 1430 Angs, compiled and composed during the period of Sikh gurus, from 1469 to 1708. It is a collection of hymns (shabda) or baani describing the qualities of God and why one should meditate on God's name. written in the Gurmukhī script, in melange of various dialects – including Lehndi Punjabi, Braj Bhasha, Khariboli, Sanskrit and…
Guru Ram Das Sahib (Jetha ji) was born at Chuna Mandi, Lahore (in Pakistan), on Kartik Vadi 2nd, (25th Assu) Samvat 1591 (September 24, 1534). Son of Mata Daya Kaur ji (Anup Kaur ji) and Baba Hari Das ji Sodhi Khatri was very handsome and promising child. His parents were too poor to meet even the daily needs and he had to earn his bread by selling boiled grams. His parents died when he was just 7 year old. His grandmother (mother's, mother) took him to her native village Basarke.
Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji was born at village Guru Ki Wadali (district Amritsar) on Harh Vadi 7th (21 Harh), Samvat 1652 (19th June, 1595). He was extremely handsome and the only son of Guru Arjan Dev Ji and Mata Ganga Ji. He had one daughter Bibi Viro Ji and five sons: Baba Gurditta Ji, Suraj Mal Ji, Ani Rai Ji, Atal Rai Ji and (Guru) Tegh Bahadur Ji. Out of these, four sons passed away during the life of Guru Sahib and the fifth one, Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji become Ninth Nanak in 1664.