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On June 6, 1984, the Akal Takhat, the seat of religious authority for Sikhs, was attacked. Many remember the tanks and bullets and thousands of lives lost, yet through the lens of the unseen, we see God in everything. Like the phoenix that rises from the ashes, Khalsa will always prevail.
Sikh Dharma International invites you to celebrate this awakening with us. During Baisakhi 2009, we released 11 historic video Gurdwara lectures by the Siri Singh Sahib in which he explains the significance of this event in depth and how it relates to Sikhs and the whole of humanity.
Below please find interesting stories, poems and personal accounts related to the history and consciousness of the Akal Takht.
- "Exploring the Akal Takhat Martyrdom" by SS Sarb Nam Kaur Khalsa
- "With the Help of Akal: Akal Sahaee" by the Siri Singh Sahib ji
- "Wish and Dish" by MSS Guruka Singh Khalsa
- "Sixth of the Month" by SS Sarb Nam Kaur Khalsa
- "Martyrdom of the Akal Takhat" by SS Dr. Harjot Kaur Singh
- "1984 and I: I Remember" by Inni Kaur
- "1984 and I: We Were Armed with Mom's Blessing" by Sanmeet Kaur
1984 Akal Takhat Martyrdom
Twenty-eight years ago, the attack of the Akal Takhat was a tragic situation for the Sikh community. Siri Singh Sahib Bhai Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji believed that the Akal Takhat could never be destroyed without its own consent. More
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