Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Kirtan Bhai Balwinder Singh Rangila Maati Ko Putra

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Thursday, March 22, 2012

Kirtan Bhai Balwinder Singh Rangila - Simar Mana

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Kirtan by Hans Raj Hans Koi Aan Milave

Monday, March 19, 2012

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Sikh History - 15 Bhagats - Their Contributions - Biographies - History



There were 15 bhagats whose baani has been recognized in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji. To learn about them or to read the baani from Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji, please view the links below.

http://www.sikhiwiki.org/index.php/Sikh_Bhagats
http://www.allaboutsikhs.com/sikh-bhagats/bhagat-sahiban 
http://searchgurbani.com/guru_granth_sahib/author_index





List of Bhagats.



    Baba Sheikh Farid Ji
    Bhagat Kabir Ji
    Bhagat Ravidas Ji
    Bhagat Beni Ji
    Bhagat Namdev ji
    Bhagat Sadhana ji
    Bhagat Bhikhan Ji
    Bhagat Parmanand ji
    Bhagat Sain ji
    Bhagat Dhanna Ji
    Bhagat Pipa ji
    Bhagat Surdas ji
    Bhagat Jaidev Ji
    Bhagat Ramanand Ji
    Bhagat Trilochan ji

 

Sikh History - Bards and Bhatts - Contributions to SGGS Ji - Bhatt Banis

The links below provide information about Bards / Bhatts and their contributions.

Bhatt Bani (the hymns by the bards) comprising twenty pages is incorporated in the concluding part of Adi Granth. The Bhatts are supposed to be the descendants of Koshish Rishi and are linked with the Sarshat Brahmins. It is a fact that almost all the eleven Bhatts belonged to Punjab and were residents of Sultanpur Lodhi (district Kapurthala) where Guru Nanak had served in the Modikhana for 13 years. According to Bhatt chronicles they were sons or nephews of Bhikha and Toda Bhatts. 


The Bhatts loved the Gurus, treated them as revered Avtars and the accepted continuity of the same light in each one of them. According to them, it wa the same spirit which started with Guru Nanak and was passed on to the success Gurus. Their forms might have been different, but the spirit was the same. A important point which crops up at this stage is that, even though the Sikh culture accepts oneness of the spirit of the Gurus, the Bhatts saw Guru Nanak as the incarnation of Vishnu and the successor Gurus as the incarnation of Guru Nanak. The point which makes it more significant is that it was for the first time that this recognition was recorded in Sikh literature and the full credit goes to Bhatts.

LEARN MORE




http://www.sikhiwiki.org/index.php/Bhatts
http://www.allaboutsikhs.com/bards-bhatts/bards-bhatts-in-adi-granth
http://www.searchgurbani.com/bhatts



Sikhism History of 10 Gurus Damdami Taksaal - Ten Guru - Das Gurus

The Damdami Taksaal website has a great detailed history of the 10 Gurus and Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.   Please view  the link below.

http://www.damdamitaksaal.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&id=23&Itemid=50 


About Damdami Taksaal:
Many of you might already know but about the Damdami Taksal.  The Damdami Taksal is a 300 years old educational organization said to have been founded by the tenth Sikh Master, Guru Gobind Singh. According to the Damdami Taksal, it was entrusted with the responsibility of teaching the reading (santhyia), analysis (vichar) and recitation of the Sikh scriptures by Guru Gobind Singh. Its headquarters are located in the town of Chowk Mehta, approximately 25 miles north of the city of Amritsar.

Sikh Di Rehat - Five Kakkar - Five Ks - 5 Ks - Panj Kakkaar

Sikh History - Historical Events in Sikhism

Allboutsikhs.com contains a lot of information about Sikhism. The historical Sikh events section is very informative and useful.

http://www.allaboutsikhs.com/historical-events/historical-sikh-events

How to tie a Turban for Sikhs - Video - Step By Step

Hello Everyone,

Please view the link below to learn how to tie a turban in different ways. Nothing is easy the first time, that is why I am grateful for those who put instructional videos like this on the internet. Some of us have not wore a turban before or might not have had the opportunity to learn the different techniques. There are some traditional techniques and modern as well.


http://www.sikhnet.com/pages/tyingturbans