Giving out Siropas Nilly Willy by Manvir singh
What is a Siropa?
A Siropa is placed around the neck, but is intended to be worn on the head as a Dastaar (turban). From the name “Siropa”, the word “Sir” means “head”, illustrating that the Siropa is meant to be worn as a Dastaar however is...
To say that I am speechless is an understatement! But yesterday, my sangat bestowed siropa on me for the legwork I did in having the Royal Canadian Navy accept Sikh females with turbans and the 5 k's. Previously it had been only Sikh males were allowed. Consequently, I then became the first...
Darshan Singh ‘given’ siropa at Golden Temple
SGPC Orders Probe
Tribune News Service
Amritsar, November 7
A former Jathedar of Sri Akal Takht, Prof Darshan Singh, who was ex-communicated early this year, today hit the headlines following reports of he being reportedly given...
SGPC issue directions, not to give Siropa to Amarinder
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PATIALA: The Shiromani Gurudwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) has issued strict directions to the...