Category archive: Sikh History

Guru Nanak and Prayer

Guru Nanak was a grown up man now, and he had begun to travel and teach. He walked everywhere on foot with his friends and wherever they went, they sang. His friends were Mardana, who was a Muslim, and Bala, who was a Hindu. Those were the two main religions in India during that time.
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Master and Disciple

Renowned Canadian artist - Kanwar Singh, the painter/chronicler of Sikh History, painted this image, "Guru Gobind Singh: Master and Disciple."  It depicts a scene from the seminal event in Sikh history: the First Vaisakhi of 1699 and the Creation of The Khalsa. In the scene thus captured, we witness as follows: Having just
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Guru Arjan Dev and the Birth of the Guru Granth Sahib

Guru Ram Das had three sons. The child who was to become the Guru was the youngest. Born April 15, 1563, he was named Arjan Mal. Each of the boys had very different dispositions. The eldest, Prithi Chand, was clever in social and worldly affairs. He managed the Guru’s household and most efficiently administered the
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Guru Hargobind Ji

Guru Hargobind es el sexto Maestro en Sikh Dharma. Nació en Wadali, India y dio su último aliento en Kiratpur, India. Su padre fue Guru Arjan y su madre fue Mata Ganga Ji. Después de la muerte de Guru Arjan, la comunidad Sikh atravesó un cambio profundo. Durante 100 años, ellos habían desarrollado una profunda
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History and Composition of the Siri Guru Granth Sahib

Excerpt from Chapter 3 of Victory and Virtue Guru Nanak brought the Word of God to manifestation upon the Earth. Through his Hymns and Prayers, he inspired and uplifted humankind to live a life of truth, righteousness and spirituality. These enlightening words were sung by his companions, Bala and Mardana, and by the Sangats
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Un Río Tranquilo

Por SS Dr. Shanti Shanti Kaur Khalsa, Española NM Invierno 2017, Boletín del Ministerio de Sikh Dharma Internacional Has escuchado esta historia? Cuando Guru Gobind Singh tenía 16 años, recibió una invitación del Medni Parkash, el gobernante del Estado de Nahan, para seleccionar cualquier lugar en el reino para asentarse permanentemente. El
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