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  1. A collection of Sakhis from SikhismGuide.net https://www.sikhismguide.net/sakhis-of-the-gurus-moral-stories/ A Sakhi is a parable usually from the era during the times of the Gurus. However, many sakhis do exist from the period before and after the times of the Ten Gurus. Most Sakhis have a simple moral lesson and highlight important Sikh principles. Below is the list of important Sakhis with a message for Sikhs. Revival of Manak Chand Guru Amar Das Ji, the third Guru
  2. where did ik onkar come from? because i thought it came from when Guru Nanak Dev Ji went to meet Vaheguru when they went missing in the river for some days, but then wasn't Guru Nanak Dev Ji married before that, and didn't they get married around a piece of paper with ik onkar written on it?
  3. VJKK VJKF I thought it would be beneficial if I started a thread where everyone could share sakhi's and kirtan. It is important that we know sakhi's and we listen to kirtan. Not only will it benefit everyone else but it will benefit us, we will get closer to Guruji. So everyone please do feel free to share any kirtan or sakhi's on this thread. VJKK VJKF
  4. Sakhi from the life of Sant Harnam Singh Ji. It is worth mentioning another incident concerning Dr Kartar Singh that made his faith in Gurbani firmer and gave him deeper insight into the faith. In the inspirational company and guidance of Baba Ji he was now of the firm conviction that “Gurbani is the Guru and Guru is the Bani”, but his father and other members of the family had no such faith. In fact, they were followers of a living Guru1 . They were followers of the Nirankari sect based in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, who’s Guru at the time was Baba Ratta Singh. (The sect is still in existence
  5. Guarding Gurudwaras There is an army of Shaheed Singhs that have been ordered by Guru Sahib to constantly protect Gurdwaras and Gursikhs. They are the special forces of Guru Sahib and completely one with him. They are very powerful and even greater than the Hindu gods who do not have as much power. The Shaheed Singhs dress in old Khalsa bana, either blue or sometimes white, and also carry many shastars. Although they usually go about in secret and cannot be seen, at times they make themselves visible. These Shaheed Singhs have been seen during the 1947 Partition, guarding Gurdwaras and at
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    Pdf Sakhis

    http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.sikhs.nl/downloads/english/sakhi%2520series.pdf&sa=U&ved=0ahUKEwic34H81MPJAhUFOz4KHdlJDB04ChAWCAswAA&sig2=yrVYkk7MK2eveX8Xtmt-Vg&usg=AFQjCNG-TfANseaZvzipMzTDfrZtPhovkA This is a pdf file of different Sakhis.
  7. Waheguru This janamsakhi called 'Sakhi Mehl Pehle Ki' written between 1570-1574 by Seehan Upal. Seems to be the oldest biography of Guru Nanak Sahib Ji. Bhai Seehan Upal was a important sikh mentioned many times in early sikh literature and who personally knew the first three Gurus. If anyone has any more information on this janam sakhi please share Sakhi Mehl Pehle Ki By Seehan Upal
  8. This is the Sakhi of Pir Buddhu Shah's meeting with Guru Gobind Singh Ji, as told by Sant Baba Waryam Singh Ji Ratwara Sahib Wale. It had a profound effect on me when I first read it and I think it will be of some benefit to the Sangat: A rich landlord and Sufi saint, Pir Buddhu Shah, lived in Sadhaura. He was both householder and saint, a perfect man of the world and of religion. He possessed many occult powers, including the faculty of knowing other peoples' thoughts and to grant the wishes of his followers. He had everything, except full inner realization. He heard the Hindu scriptures rec
  9. Waheguru Here is the entire Bhai Bala Wali Janamsakhi in audio Janam Sakhi Guru Nanak Dev Ji 001 - Saakhi Avtar Dharan di Janam Sakhi Guru Nanak Dev Ji 002 - Saakhi Pande Kol Parhan Di
  10. Baba Nand Singh Jees 1st Darshan Of Satguru jee The first time that Baba Nand singh did darshan of satguru nanak from Sri guru granth sahib jee, Baba Jawand singh jee ( rajajansee wale) were also present with Baba jee. They both made a promise that until Satguru Nanak Dev Jee Does not give darshan by becoming pargat from Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee and eat the parshaada they had prepared for them, they would not eat anything. This event took place at the Saraghari Gurdwara Sahib. In this manner , for 6 long days they did not eat anything, but prepared parshaada for satguru everyday by doing co
  11. Source : -------------- In the second world war, the Sikhs fought in the British army and many Sikhs gave their lives fighting for Britain. Many Sikhs fought in Europe too and the Sikhs were recognized for their outstanding performance in the war. After the war was over, the Sikh regiments were brought back to India by road. As thus, they had to pass through Afghanistan and present day Pakistan, to arrive in India. When the Sikh regiment reached Jamraud, the Sikhs requested the officer in charge to stay at Jamraud as they wanted to visit the Gurudwara that stands there in the swe
  12. First time i read something which inspired me.. to be a brave sikhni n Bibi Harsharan kaur became an idol for me Bibi Harsharan Kaur: The Final Shaheed of the Battle of Chamkaur In the battle of Chamkaur, Guru Gobind Singh jee and 40 starving Singhs battle the Mughal army. The battle which took place in Chamkaur's mud fort lasted 72 hours and saw the loss of many Mughal soldiers and also 36 of Guru Gobind Singh jee's companions along with the two Sahibzadas. Fighting an army of hundreds of thousands, Guru Gobind Singh jee gave an exhibition of his battle skills. Guru jee, following the ord
  13. Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Je Fateh. I am looking to create a PDF of short Sakhis together. I was thinking of doing this for my children. I have found a few blogs with Sakhis on and of course on here as well, but it requires alot of copying and pasting. Does anyone have any in a word or text document? If you do please message me and I shall add them. Once done I will try my best to put them into a pdf file and share will everyone here.
  14. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa! Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh! Firstly: Here is Elmo telling a sakhee: Earlier Last year we did a test Sakhee with Elmo. We decided not to use elmo for future sakhee's, however we are thinking of making our own Singh and Singhnee styled puppet characters and doing shows for kids. We would love to hear your feedback and if anyone would like to help. Please visit http://www.Taeja.com for more info about the Taeja projects.
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