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  1. This is a Punjabi Rap song called 'inqilab'. Which speaks the actual truth about unity among the people of South Asia & there is a quote n the beginning from Baba Guru Nanak. I was wondering if I would be able to share this song with others. The artist name is Hasaan Khan, please let me know. It is a very appropriate song about unity of our lands which is based on facts. Please if you do like the message of the song, do leave a feedback,subscription or thought. Peace~ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SkBO3jJndo0
  2. On 8th March, world celebrates women's day. Sikh faith was among the first major world religions to imply that women were equals to men. Guru Nanak proclaimed the equality of men and women and all Guru Sahiban allowed women to take full part in all the activities of Sikh worship and practice. So kyo manda aahikye, jit jamhe rajaan|| Read in Punjabi - http://on.fb.me/191nOwJ
  3. http://www.theguardian.com/world/guardianwitness-blog/2014/nov/06/guru-nanak-gurpurab-sikh-festival-pictures Can everyone please post on Guardian Witness: Celebration of the founder of Sikhism - Guru Nanak Gurpurab: share your picturesToday Sikhs all over the world are celebrating the birth of the first Sikh Guru, Guru Nanak. Share your photos, videos and experiences with us via GuardianWitness Share50 inShare0 Email Rachel Obordo theguardian.com, Thursday 6 November 2014 12.05 GMT An Indian Sikh priest sits behind the Sikh Holy Book during a ‘Jalau’ inside the Golden Temple in Amritsar Photograph: Narinder Nanu/AFP/Getty Images Contribute to this article GuardianWitness Powered by EE Are you celebrating the birth of the Sikhism’s founder, Guru Nanak? Perhaps you and your family are busy preparing for lunch (Langar) or practicing your morning hymns (Asa-di-//)? Wherever you are in the world if you are taking part in the sacred Sikh festival we’d like to hear from you. You can share your photos by clicking on the blue ‘Contribute’ button on this article. You can also use the GuardianWitness smartphone app or the new Guardian app and search for ‘GuardianWitness assignments’. GuardianWitness is the home of user-generated content on the Guardian. Contribute your video, pictures and stories, and browse news, reviews and creations submitted by others. Posts will be reviewed prior to publication on GuardianWitness, and the best pieces will feature on the Guardian site. Contribute to this articleGuardianWitness
  4. I was thinking, should I buy http://www.ebay.com/itm/1989-Sri-Guru-Granth-Sahib-Volume-2-4-Sikhism-Text-Verses-Idiom-English-India-Re-/271496441657?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3f3672ef39 from ebay or do I need to read those in right order to get something out of guru granth sahib...?
  5. Wow it is 100% true! Amitabh Bachchan admits he is Guru Nanak Dev Ji's 17th Generation Son! Click youtube video link to view: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nR7vbHd8TfA
  6. Hello everyone, I've been reading through sikhs.org and came across a page with information on Guru Nanak Dev Ji. The website states, "Guru Nanak then blessed Lehna with his ang (hand) and gave him a new name, Angad, saying 'you are a part of my body.' Guru Nanak placed 5 coins and a coconut in front of Guru Angad and bowed before him." Question: 1. What is the significance/meaning of the 5 coins and coconut?
  7. Came across this on sikhawerness.com and wanted to know if everyone has seen this. book
  8. Vaheguru ji ka Khalsa, Vaheguru ji ki Fateh, Sangat ji, this video is a response to www.sikhoutreach.org which is a Christian Missionary website aiming to convert Sikhs. This is not in itself what concerned us, but what did sicken us was the way that they twisted and misrepresented Gurbani in order to convince simple minded folk about Christianity. A Path of Truth should always seek to speak its own truth and not denigrate others using false statements. The claims they make are that Guru Nanak is a sinner whilst Jesus is free of sin. Anyone who has even read the Sikh scriptures at all will see the praise of Guru repeated throughout. This video is an excerpt from the Japji Sahib Katha sessions on our channel, specifically Pauri 26 where we addressed this claim. We have emailed www.sikhoutreach.org but not heard back from them. As is made clear from the video, the aim of this video is not to incite hate or violence towards the founders of that website but to educate Sikhs about an appropriate response to someone making such an argument to malign any of our Gurus. Please use your energy to help us spread the message of Sikhi rather than attack that website. Someone with strong roots and knowledge of Gurbani will never fall for such a flawed argument. Vaheguru ji ka Khalsa, Vaheguru ji ki Fateh
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