Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti 2021:
Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti is on 20 January 2021.
Guru Gobind Singh was the 10th Guru of the Sikhs. People of Sikh community celebrate Guru Gobind Singh’s birth anniversary
as Prakash Parv with great enthusiasm and enthusiasm.
He was born in Patna. According to Hindu calendar, Gobind Singh Ji was born on the seventh day of Shukla Paksha of Paush month.
He only completed the Guru Granth Sahib, the holy book of Sikhism. Also Gobind Singh ji gave Khalsa Vani – “Waheguru ji’s Khalsa, Waheguru ji ki Fatah”.
These 5 things are necessary for Sikhs.
Guru Gobind Singh Ji also gave five principles for living life, which are called ‘five kakara’.
Five Kakara means those 5 things starting with the word ‘A’, which all Khalsa Sikhs have to wear according to the principles of Guru Gobind Singh.
Guru Govind Singh had made five things compulsory for the Sikhs – ‘Kesha’, ‘Kadha’, ‘Kerpan’, ‘Comb’ and ‘Kacha’. Khalsa disguise is not considered complete without them.
How does Gobind Singh Jayanti celebrate?
Kirtan is held in the gurudwaras on the day of Guru Gobind Singh’s birth anniversary. Prabhatferi is extracted in the morning.
Anchor is organized. Services are performed in gurudwaras.
Tables of the Khalsa Panth are taken out around Gurudwaras. Many people also do kirtan in homes.
Here are 10 inspiring thoughts of Guru Gobing Singh
1. “If you keep thinking only about the future, you will lose the present.”
2. “The greatest happiness and lasting peace is attained when someone ends selfishness from within.”
3. “Always resort to goods, prices, punishments and distinction before fighting your enemy and in the end only face a face-to-face battle.”
4. “Only by good deeds can you find God. Only God helps those who do good deeds.”
The 10th Sikh Sikh Guru Gobind Singh’s birth anniversary will be celebrated on 20 January Wednesday.
The Sikh community’s religious leaders enthusiastically celebrate Guru Gobind Singh’s birthday as Prakash Parv.
At the same time, on this day they also congratulate each other and convey their best wishes.
People of the Sikh community take out Prabhat Pheri on this morning in the morning,
Cleaning the gurudwaras and lighting the houses and gurudwaras.
In every city, langars are also organized in the gurudwara followed by Ardas, Bhajans, Kirtans. On the light festival of Gobind Singh ji,
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