How many seasons are there in Gurbani? Spring Summer Monsoon1 Fall Winter Snow ਬਸੰਤ ਗ੍ਰੀਖਮ ਬਰਸੁ ਸਰਦ ਸਿਸੀਅਰ ਹਿਮਕਰ Basant Grikhm Baras Sard Sisiar Himkar www.moolnanakshaicalendar.com There are six seasons per Gurbani: Basant, Grikham, Baras, Sard, Sisiar, Himkar. ਗੁਰਬਾਣੀ ਡੇ ੬ ਰੁੱਤਾਂ: ਬਸੰਤ, ਗ੍ਰੀਖਮ, ਬਰਸੁ, ਸਰਦ, ਸਿਸੀਅਰ, ਹਿਮਕਰ| 1. What
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After looking at the timeline of events and the evolution of the first and original Sikh (Nanakshahi) Calendar, it is clear that the detracting forces are partly responsible for trying to alter and erase Sikh history. Sikh’s have been marginalized from the very inception of Sikhi. Unless we take the initiative to
Does it behoove a Sikh to celebrate the birthday of his children but not that of the Gurus? The line quoted by Gurmit Singh, Australia, from Sukhmani Sahib, (ਪਿਤਾ ਕਾ ਜਨਮੁ ਕਿ ਜਾਨੈ ਪੂਤੁ ॥ ਸੁਖਮਨੀ ਸਾਹਿਬ 3-16) should be interpreted along with other lines:
Submitted by Gurpreet Kaur “In India, Muslims and other non-Hindus may celebrate Diwali, just as non-Christians in the U.S. may celebrate Christmas.” I am not a scholar in Sikh studies nor one on Sikh history. I am an average person/consumer who is interested in learning and teaching accurate Sikh history
Do you know your date of birth? I know mine. I celebrate my birthday on that date, every year. Can you imagine have a birthday on a different date each year? For all practical purposes, my friends and family wouldn’t know when to wish me or throw me that surprise milestone birthday party. No one would know my age. My kids and grandkids, and g.g. kids (you get the picture) wouldn’t really know if my account of the Coronavirus-19 pandemic is real or a myth. Was I really there? Did I really survive it? What were the lessons learned? How did these impact future generations? No one would know…
Pal Singh Purewal* SummaryShromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee has decided to implement the new Reformed Nanakshahi Calendar from 1999 CE. The changes were recommended by the Calendar Reform Committee under the aegis of the Institute of Sikh Studies, Chandigarh. In this article these changes and why they were necessary are discussed.