sikh heritage

550 years of Guru Nanak : collection of the Govt. Museum & Art Gallery, Chandigarh

Guru Nanak Jayanti commemorates the birth of the first Sikh Guru, Guru Nanak Dev. He was born in the year 1469 in undivided India, and devoted his life to the cause of...

A Gurudwara in Amritsar commemorates the Battle of Saragarhi

On the now-famous heritage trail of Amritsar, near the Golden Temple, stands the Gurudwara Saragarhi. The Gurudwara, was declared open by Sir Charles Pvez (Lt. Governor of Punjab) in 1904 is a...

A Leader like Maharaja Ranjit Singh

Maharaja Ranjit Singh is the stuff of legend. The history of the Indian subcontinent is incomplete without the stories of this very-loved and respected King; who still remains a binding thread between divided Punjab....

8 things to learn from Guru Gobind Singh’s Baaj

Guru Gobind Singh is often depicted in paintings holding a 'Baaj'. It is common knowledge that the Guru was known as "Chittay baaja wala" or, "Keeper of the White Falcon, but have you ever...

Virasat-e-Khalsa : A Museum on Sikh Heritage

A masterpiece of rich Sikh culture and religious history, the `Virasat-e-Khalsa` is located in the holy city of Anandpur Sahib, the birthplace of the Khalsa. Conceived as a repository of the rich heritage of the `Khalsa`, the...

Guru Nanak and the Monster Fish

Guru Nanak and the Monster fish is a story that teaches us the values of Sikhism - that of having your faith and focus on God, of hard work, and of sharing with others....
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