I have often spoken about Guru Gobind Singh as a man without parallel. Many Sikhs take umbrage at that. The Guru was divine, they insist, not mortal. But in his lifetime, his own Sikhs honored him as Mard Agamra, meaning a peerless man.
Most religions have one Founder-Prophet who teaches a way...
History of Dakhni Sikhs
We are looking for some historical information on these long forgotten Dakhni Sikhs. Any historical account, link or article on Dakhni Sikhs would be really appreciated.
"The Eternal Father willed and I raised the Panth. All my Sikhs are hereby ordered to accept the Granth as their Preceptor. Have faith in the Holy Granth as your Master and consider it the visible manifestation of the Gurus. He who hath a pure heart will seek guidance from its holy words." —...
Ganga Sagar: History, Mystery, Legend, Devotion
by MANPREET KAUR SINGH
The human psyche has a unique fascination for tradition and history, whether oral or written.
But nothing is more evocative than tactile history - when a tangible object revered by tradition and talked about in history...
The Man For All Seasons
by I.J. SINGH
The Sikhs have some remarkably different and contradictory ways of looking at their Gurus.
Their religion says that God is free from the cycle of human birth, hence is never born nor dies. We also...