Category: The Guru

Gurmukhi Script

From Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gurmukh%C4%AB_alphabet The Gurmukhi alphabet contains thirty-five letters. The first three are distinct because they form the basis for vowels and are not consonants, and except for æṛa are never used on their own. See the section on vowels for further details. The pronunciation of ਵ will vary between v and w depending
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Women in Khalsa Army

The Khalsa Woman in Guru Gobind Singh’s Army Khalsa women have played an important role in Guru Gobind Singh’s army and have faced death many times for the Khalsa. Many of the old stories have been lost, and those that remain are scant in detail and description. But the fact is that the Tenth
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4 Sons of Guru Gobind Singh

In the late seventeenth century, the city of Anandpur Sahib prospered and grew under the inspired leadership of the Tenth Guru, Siri Guru Gobind Singh ji Maharaj. Artists, poets, merchants, and devoted Sikhs swelled the population of Anandpur into a flourishing community. When the Guru established the Khalsa at Baisakhi 1699, the human spirit emerged
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