Tag Archives: Sikh guru

PIL seeks display of sacred relics of Sikhs at Hira Mahal, Nabha

Chandigarh, India: Nabha Public Society, Dashmesh Nag ar, has approached the Punjab and Haryana high court seeking directions to the authorities to display sacred relics of Guru Gobind Singh and other gurus at Hira Mahal in Nabha. The relics are now locked at Quila Mubarak in Patiala. For over 240 years, there were kept at Hira Mahal. Taking up a public ...

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Now, SGPC to revive Banda Bahadur’s Haryana connect

 Yamunanagar, Haryana: Aimed at reviving the forgotten chapter of the Sikh history, the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) has planned a mega historical complex in the memory of Banda Singh Bahadur. Located on the HaryanaHimachal Pradesh border, the SGPC has bought about 9.5-acre land in the Shivalik foothills from residents of Bhagwanpur village to build a fort, state of the art ...

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Hemkunt Sahib Yatra likely to resume later this month

Patiala, Punjab: The yatra of Hemkunt Sahib, a Sikh religious place in Uttarakhand, is likely to resume by later this month if the situation improves at the ground. “The Shri Hemkunt Sahib Management Trust (SHSMT) and the Uttarakhand government have been contemplating to resume the yatra for a limited period of 10 to 15 days,” vice-chairman of the trust Narinderjit ...

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SGPC keen to run Haryana’s Sikh museums

Karnal, Haryana: Peeved about the neglect of two museums dedicated to Sikh gurus, the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) wants to run them. Located near the HaryanaDelhi border on the national highway-1, the Barh Khalsa Memorial Museum was established in the memory of ninth Sikh Guru Teg Bahadur, while the Guru Gobind Singh Martial Art Museum is situated near the famous ...

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SGPC approves renovation of Sikh Museum

Amritsar, Punjab: The SGPC executive has approved renovation the Central Sikh Museum at the Golden Temple complex here. Museum in charge Iqbal Singh said under the renovation plan, photographs, rare documents, artefacts, weapons and musical instruments kept at the museum would be placed into categories. One section of the museum would portray Sikh history related to the Gurus while another would ...

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