Guru Gobind Singh
These 33 Swaiyas or Verses give the gist of the teachings of Guru Gobind Singh, the 10th and last human Guru of the Sikhs. The work 33 Swaiyas is also a part of Dasam Granth, a collection of works believed to be written by Guru Gobind Singh, but separate from Śrī Guru Granth Sāhib. He describes the attributes of the Godhead whom his Sikhs ought to worship.
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The virtues, according to the Sikh Gurus, may be learnt and cultivated. Guru Nānak, in one of his compositions, declares categorically that “devotion without virtues is

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Sikhism was established by ten god-inspired prophet-teachers called Gurus over the period from 1469 to 1708. Each Guru added to and reinforced the message taught by the

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Ardās, supplication and recollection, is the ritual prayer which Sikhs, individually or in congregation, recite morning and evening and in fact whenever they perform a

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Golden Temple & Amritsar | History &Meaning | Index

Gurdwara Darbar Sahib in Amritsar, also known as Har Mandir in Punjab and India, and Golden Temple in the western world, is the world seat of Sikhism. It is a living symbol of spiritual and historical traditions of the Sikhs. It emerged as the new edifice on the Indian

Virtues in Sikhi

The virtues, according to the Sikh Gurus, may be learnt and cultivated. Guru Nānak, in one of his compositions, declares categorically that “devotion without virtues is impossible.” This stress on morality is clearly noticeable throughout the teachings of the Gurus. The Gurus

10 Gurus of Sikh Tradition

Sikhism was established by ten god-inspired prophet-teachers called Gurus over the period from 1469 to 1708. Each Guru added to and reinforced the message taught by the previous, resulting in the creation of Sikhism. Their names were Guru Nanak Dev, Guru Angad Dev, Guru Amar Das

Ardās | Sikh Prayer

Ardās, supplication and recollection, is the ritual prayer which Sikhs, individually or in congregation, recite morning and evening and in fact whenever they perform a religious service and at the beginning and conclusion of family, public or religious functions. Ardās is not

Sikh Duties | Raza & Rehat

A general principle of duties appeared first in Sikhism in the teachings of Guru Nānak and some of the prominent personal and social duties, relating the person to the organisation, evolved gradually later. These are: 1. the general principle of duties, raza, and 2. some