I am aware of the fact that Guru Granth Sahib maharaj ji considers the act of anand karaj a union of two bodies as one soul. However, I have a question, If a man is divorced and wants to remarry via anand karaj performing lavaan ceremony with a woman that has never been married before, is it...
I'm a Hindu.
I love a sikh girl from Jat community.
We understand eachother very well and like eachother.
We both are working in US.
But girl has fear that Jat girl can't marry a Hindu and there'll be problems. Like their family and relatives may not accept our marriage and...
Changing trends in Sikh weddings and a special ‘Anand Karaj’ in Thailand
By Dya Singh
In my life and ‘travels’ I have attended, helped to conduct, and conducted, literally hundreds of ‘Anand Karaj’ (Sikh religious wedding) ceremonies since teenage-hood. I remember some beautiful ceremonies...
Gurmat Maryada of Anand Karaj
By Karminder Singh Dhillon, Ph.D.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
The Sikh Rehat Mayrada (SRM), as sanctioned by the Akaal Takhat and approved by the Sikh Panth, lists out the following four Sanskars as being an integral part of the Sikh Way of Life:
Grihast - Becoming One Spirit
“Those who are one-spirit in two bodies are to be considered
husband and wife.” – Guru Granth Sahib jeeo
The Grihast Retreat is a 3-day event for young married couples to strengthen their values in marriage and family relationships. Grihast incorporates diverse...
Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa
Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh
Yesterday I Was Hearing Katha Of Late Gyani Sant Singh Ji Maskeen
He Said That Anand Karaj Started Around 125years Ago. Before That Sikhs Were
Married To According The Hindu Rituals. Is It True.if Anybody Has Information Please Post It On...
While reading Guru Granth Sahib ji (773, 774), I realize I dont understand the meaning of the laava'n. As a married man, I look forward to meanings of the laava'n. What is Guru ji saying about marriage, and married behaviour?
During my marriage, Granthi ji...