Guru Gobind Singh Ji Essays and Term Papers

  • Guru Gobind Singh Ji

    Guru Gobind Singh pronunciation (help·info) (born Gobind Rai[1]) (Punjabi: ਗੁਰੂ ਗੋਬਿੰਦ ਸਿੰਘ) (Marathi: गुरु गोबिंद सिंघ); 22 December 1666 - 7 October 1708[2]) was the Tenth of the ten physical living Sikh Gurus]]. Born in Patna, Bihar in India, he was also a Warrior, Poet and Philosopher. He succeeded...

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  • Document

    Sri Guru Granth Sahib The Guru Granth Sahib contains the scriptures of the Sikhs. It is an anthology of prayers and hymns which contain the actual words and verses as uttered by the Sikh Gurus. The Guru Granth Sahib, also known as the Adi Granth, consists of 1430 pages and has 5864 verses. Its contents...

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  • Gurudwaras

    Gurudwara Patna Sahib Takht Patna Sahib enjoys the privilege of being the birthplace of the Tenth Guru Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji. He was born here on December 22, 1666. There stands, at the sacred place a magnificent holy shrine, called Takht Sri Harmandir Sahib. It is situated...

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  • Hhhh

    SIKHISM The Sikh religion was founded by Guru Nanak. It is stated in the Sikh texts that Guru Nanak while in deep meditation by a river was called to the court of God where he received direct revelations from God for three days. It is stated that God asked Nanak to drink from the cup of Naam Essence...

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  • Ten Gurus of Sikhs

    Guru Nanak Dev Guru Nanak Dev (1469' 1538), founder of Sikhism, was born to Kalu Mehta and Mata Tripta, wherein the Bedi Khatri clan of a Hindu family in the village of Talwandi, now called Nankana Sahib, near Lahore.[1] His father, a Hindu named Mehta Kalu, was a Patwari, an accountant of land revenue...

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  • history

    Rise of the Sikh Power Sikhism was founded by Guru Nanak Dev at the beginning of the sixteenth century. Guru Nanak was born on April 15, 1469 in the Western Punjab village of Talwandi. Even as a child, he was given to deep thinking with no interest in worldly life. At the age of thirty, he got enlightenment...

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  • Khatris

    are historically connected with the composition of the Vedas, the Mahabharata, Ramayana and Puranas as well as more modern religious texts such as the Guru Granth Sahib. Historically, Khatris were found throughout the Punjab region of the Indian subcontinent, although there had been some migration to northern...

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  • Sikhisim

    [ˈsɪkːʰiː]) is a monotheistic religion founded in the fifteenth century Punjab on the teachings of Guru Nanak Dev Jiand ten successive Sikh Gurus (the last one being the sacred text Guru Granth Sahib Ji). It is the fifth-largest organized religion in the world[1] and one of the fastest-growing.[2] This...

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  • Role of Indian Banks

    | |Guru Nanak Dev · Guru Angad Dev | |Guru Amar Das · Guru Ram Das | |Guru Arjan Dev · Guru Har Gobind | |Guru Har Rai · Guru Har Krishan ...

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  • Sikhism

    Sikhism Sikhism is the youngest of the world fifth great monotheistic religions. In 1801, the Sikh state was founded in Northern India by Maharaja Ranjit Singh. The word ‘sikh' the Punjabi language means ‘disciple' or ‘learner'. Sikhs are the disciple of god who follow the writings and teachings of the ten...

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  • Minutes

    SBI-A.K.Purwar 35.Guru Nanak born in Talwandi now called Nankana Sahib in 1469 .He died in 1539.Guru was founder of Sikhism 36. Guru Angad Dev- introduced longer system 37. Guru Amar Das- social reformer and discarded sati pratha 38. Guru Ram Das- founded city of Amritsar 40. Guru Arjun Deb- Built...

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  • my school

    gidda dance. For the Sikh community, Baisakhi Festival has tremendous religious significance as it was on a Baisakhi Day in 1699, that Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Sikh Guru laid the foundation of Panth Khalsa-the Order of the Pure Ones. Date of Baisakhi Baisakhi Festival falls on the first day of Vaisakh...

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  • History

    Mughal Emperor Akbar to Guru Ramdas, the fourth preceptor of the Sikh faith. Under instructions from Guru Amar Das Sahib, this city was founded by Guru Ram Das Sahib in 1574, on the land bought by him for an amount of rupees 700 from the owners of the village Tung. (Earlier Guru Ram Das Sahib had begun...

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  • Uniforms

    I have found it very interesting. The Sikhs have many unique qualities. Sikhism was introduced near the closing of the 15th Century (Sikh net 1). Guru Nanak Dev originated it, now making it a minority group. The Sikhs are found generally around northwest India, or Punjab, but can also be found anywhere...

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  • Sikh

    Palwinder Singh and I am a Sikh. I was born in Punjab ( India ). I am influence with three different languages Punjabi, Hindi and English. First of all let me go back and explain what is Sikh? A Sikh supposes to not cut his hair. He should always wear Five K’s. It was begun by Tenth Guru Gobind Singh Ji. A...

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  • Banda Singh Bahadur

    Baba Banda Singh Bahadur (16 October, 1670 - 9 June, 1716) (Lachhman Dev alias Madho dass Bairagi), originally from the Jammu region, is revered as one of greatest Sikh warriors as well as one of the most hallowed martyrs of the Khalsa Army. The Khalsa were engaged in a prolonged fight against the...

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  • Guru Teg Bahadur Ji

    Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji[ਗੁਰੂ ਤੇਗ ਬਹਾਦੁਰ ਜੀ]: 1621 - 1675 [Guruship:1664-1675] Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji was the Ninth Guru who was born in year 1621. Guru Ji's original name was Tyal Mal (Master of Detachment). He spent his childhood at Amritsar. In his early years he learned Gurmukhi, Hindi, Sanskrit and...

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  • Sikh

    Gurdwara income should be earmarked for publications and functions disseminating knowledge about Sikhism. I owe a debt of gratitude to Principal Gurmukh Singh (Southall) for reading through the manuscript and for offering suggestions to improve the booklet. Hopefully we will continue publishing similar booklets...

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  • Sikhism

    Sikhism emerged in 16th-century India in an environment heavily permeated with conflicts between the Hindu andMuslim religions. Its founding teacher, Guru Nanak Dev, was born in 1469 to a Hindu family. His most famous saying was, "There is no Hindu, there is no Muslim, so whose path shall I follow? I shall...

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  • HEY GUTL

    Guru Nanak was born on 15 April 1469,[8] now celebrated as Guru Nanak Gurpurab, at Rāi Bhoi Kī Talvaṇḍī, now called Nankana Sahib, near Lahore, in present day Pakistan.[9] Today, his birthplace is marked by Gurdwara Janam Asthan. His parents were Kalyan Chand Das Bedi, popularly shortened to Mehta Kalu...

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