1. Nanakshahi vs. Bikrami Calendars
- Bikrami Calendar
- What is the Bikrami Calendar
- Why give up the Bikrami Calendar
- Why is the Nanakshahi Calendar needed at all? People have used the Bikrami Calendar since the inception of Sikhism.
- How has the Nanakshahi calendar fixed these dates?
- Bikarmi Words in Gurbani
- Since words related to time division used in Bikrami calendar are found in Gurbani, what do we make of that?
- What Importance is given to moonlight?
- Sangrand and Seasons
- What is Sangrand?
- Comment on Seasons (Basant, Sawan, Bhadon)
- Since words related to time division used in the Bikrami calendar are found in Gurbani, what do we make of that?
- What importance is given to moonlight?
- In the Nanakshahi Jantri, have we kept most of the Sikh dates attached to the Sudis and Vadis?
- Bikrami Sangrands in 2999 CE
2. Nanakshahi vs. CR and Georgian Calendars
- Is Mool Nanakshahi Calendar a copy of the CE or the Georgian calendar?
- Why shouldn’t we then adopt the Common Era calendar which is in use throughout the world?
Guru’s Birthday and Festivals
- Should we celebrate Sikh Guru’s birthdays?
- When was Guru Nanak Born?
- Guru Gobind Singh Ji, Vaisakhi and Sahebzades
- What is the Shaheedi date of elder and younger Sahibzadas?
- Since all the past authors have reckoned the 30th March 1699 why to go on sticking to Vaisakhi Day on 13/14th April?” (Re: Vaisakhi 1756 BK – 1699 Julian)
- Bandhi Chhor Diwas,
- Holla Mohalla, Diwali, Holi
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