Tag Archives: Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji

TODAY IN SIKH HISTORY: SAKA NANKANA SAHIB (NANKANA SAHIB MASSACRE)

The Nankana Sahib Massacre refers to the grim episode during the Gurdwara Reform Movement or Akali Movement in which a peaceful batch of reformist Sikhs were subjected to a murderous assault on 20 February 1921 in the holy shrine at Nankana Sahib, the birthplace of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji. In October 1920, a congregation was held at Dharowal, District ...

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Mayor sends Sikh birthday message to Barking and Dagenham community

UK: Sikhs celebrating the 544th birthday of the religion’s founder have received a message from the borough’s Mayor. The birthday of the first Sikh guru, Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji, will be celebrated across the world on Sunday and Mayor of Barking and Dagenham, Cllr Hardial Singh Rai, hopes Sikhs in the borough will enjoy the festivities. Cllr Rai said: ...

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