5 Royal Pilgrimage of Sikhism

There are five Gurudwaras which are considered to be of religious importance in the Sikh religion.

List of Ten Sikh Gurus

Sikh Gurus are known for their teachings and sacrifice in India. They were tortured several times.


Baisakhi, also known as Vaisakhi, is the harvest festival of Punjab. It is observed by people of all faiths.

The Initiation Of Khalsa

Guru Nanak Dev Ji founded the Sikh religion in Northern India in the fifteenth century.

Things We Should Learn From Sikhism

The Sikh religion is a monotheistic faith and one of the world's

Langar Sharing a Meal with Purpose

Many of you might have observed that many gurdwaras.

Guru Angad Dev Ji - 2nd and Eternal Universal Guru.

Guru Angad Dev Ji - 2nd and Eternal Universal Guru.

Sri Guru Amar Das Ji - 3rd Sikh Guru

Sri Guru Amar Das Ji is the Sikhs' third Guru.

Guru Ram Das Ji – 4th Sikh Guru

The fourth of Sikhism's Ten Gurus, Sri Guru Ram Das Ji,

Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji - 5th Sikh Guru

Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji is the Sikhs' fifth Guru.

Sri Guru Hargobind Singh Ji - 6th Sikh Guru

Sri Guru Hargobind Singh Ji is the Sikhs' sixth Guru.

Guru Har Rai Ji - 7th Sikh Guru

Guru Har Rai Ji is the Sikhs' seventh Guru.

Guru Har Krishan Sahib Ji - 8th Sikh Guru

Guru Har Krishan Sahib Ji was the eighth Guru.

Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji – 9th Sikh Guru

The ninth guru of the Sikhs, Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji.

Guru Gobind Singh Ji – 10th Sikh Guru

The Tenth guru of the Sikhs, Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

Guru Granth Sahib Ji – 11th and Eternal Universal Guru

Guru Granth Sahib is the Sikhs'universal and eternal Guru.

Mata Gujri Ji

Mata Gujri was the wife of the ninth Sikh Guru

Chaar Sahibzaade

The Chaar Sahibzaade,sons of the tenth Sikh Guru,Guru Gobind Singh Ji

Baba Deep Singh Ji

Shaheed Baba Deep Singh Ji is regarded as one of the most revered martyrs in Sikh history

Panj Pyare

The Panj Pyare is the Sikh word for the Five Beloved

Bhai Ghanaiya Ji

In 1863, the greatest voluntary organization in the world.

Baba Sheikh Farid Ji

Baba Sheikh Farid was born, Punjab was going through a very difficult time.

Baba Fareed Ji

Baba Fareed Ji was born in 1173 CE in Kothewal village in Punjab.

Baba Buddha Ji

One of the renowned Sikhs of the Guru era is known as Bhai Buddha,

The Birth Of Khalsa

The Khalsa Panth was established by the tenth Guru of Sikhs.

Bhagat Dhanna's Sakhi

Bhai Dhanna ji raced home, clutching the stone to his chest

Bhai Mati Das

Bhai Mati Das was a prominent Sikh martyr who gave his life to uphold justice and religious freedom.

Bhai Taru Singh

Bhai Taru Singh (about 1720–1745) dedicated his life in order to uphold his religion.

Bhagat Kabir Ji

A revolutionary poet and saint of the Bhakti Movement, Bhagat Kabir Ji.

Sikhism Values

The goal of Sikh life is to forge a strong bond with God.

Bhai Mani Singh ji

The most famous Sikh intellectual and martyr is Bhai Mani Singh ji.

Bhagat Ravidas Ji

A poet, a follower, and a Gurmukh, Bhagat Ravidas Ji (Gurmukhi:)


ARDAS: Connecting with Akal Purkh

Guru Sahib’s Parkash Utsav

The Sikhs' worship or veneration of it is an element of faith.

Viyah Purab Sri Guru Nanak ji

Sulakhani betrothed Guru Nanak on July 8, 1487

Baba Buddha Jor Mela Ji

Sikh temple Bir Baba Budda Sahib is located in the Indian

Shaheedi Bhai Beyant Singh

Beant Singh was born to Baba Sucha Singh and Kartar Kaur in a Ramdasia Sikh family of the Julaha tribe.

Bhai Mardana Ji

Guru Nanak's lifelong companion and first pupil, Mardana, was also his rebeck player.

Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji Prakash Purab

The First Sikh Guru and the creator of Sikhism was Guru Nanak Dev Ji.

Shaheedi Diwas Of Chote sahibzade

Sikhs commemorate the ultimate sacrifice made by Gobind Singh ji

Shaheedi Diwas Vadde Sahibzade!

Sahibzada Baba Jujhar Singh Ji, the second son of the tenth Guru

Why Does the Sikh Girl Use 'Kaur'

In the rich tapestry of Sikh culture, names hold profound significance

Shaheed Baba Deep Singh Ji

Sikhs regard Baba Deep Singh Ji, who lived from 26-1-1682 to 13-11-1757

Five Virtues Of Sikhs

The most famous deed of Guru Gobind Singh

Sri Guru Gobind Singh ji

Guru Ji peaked in terms of both looks and personality when he was eighteen