Guru Nanak

  • Guru Nanak It's one thing to follow a tradition, and quite a different proposition to create and become a tradition. Surprisingly enough, the Guru of the Sikhs followed not one but many traditions but created one Omkar; he began a new......More

Guru Angad Ji

  • Guru Angad Guru Angad is Bhai Lehna, who was born at village Harike in Ferozepur district, Punjab on March 31, 1504. He was the son of a trader Pheruji and Mata Ramoji. His grandfather lived at Matte-di-sarai near Muktsar, where his father......More

Guru Amar Das Ji

  • Guru Amar Das Guru Amar Das was born at Basarke village in Amritsar district on May 5, 1479. His father Tej Bhan Bhalla and mother Bhalet Kaur were religious people. They belonged to as orthodox Hindu family and paid annual visits to the......More

Guru Ram Das

  • Guru Ram Das Jethaji, later Guru Ram Das, was born at Chuna Mandi in Lahore on September 24, 1534. He was a very handsome and promising child. His father Baba Hari Dasji and mother Mata Daya Kaur, however, were very poor and could not even......More

Guru Arjan Dev Ji

  • Guru Arjan Dev Guru Arjan Dev was the youngest son of Guru Ram Das and Mata Bhaniji, born at Goindwal Sahib on April 15, 1563. Bhai Budhaji first taught him Gurmukhi and Guruvani and then he received proper education in Hindi, Sanskrit and......More

Guru Har Gobind

  • Guru Har Gobind The only son of Guru Arjan Dev and Mata Gangaji was born on June 19, 1595. He was extremely handsome, truly courageous and highly intelligent. He was married in about 1610 to Mata Nanakiji. He had a daughter called Bibi......More

Guru Har Rai Ji

  •   Guru Har Rai Guru Har Rai was the son of Baba Gurdittaji and Mata Nihal Kaur, who was also popular as Mata Anantiji. The Guru was married to Mata Krishan Kaur, also known as Sulakhaniji. She was the daughter of Sri Daya Ramji of......More

Guru Har Krishan

  • Guru Har Krishan The younger son of Guru Har Rai and Mata Krishan Kaurji was named Har Krishan - a combination of the names of both his father and mother. Born on July 7, 1656, he was the youngest to be declared Guru at around just five in......More

Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji

  • Guru Tegh Bahadur The last and only surviving son of Guru Har Gobind and Mata Nanakiji, Tegh Bahadur was born on April 1, 1621. His original name was Tyag Mal but the Sikhs began calling him Tegh Bahadur after he fought bravely and used his......More

Guru Gobind Singh

  • Guru Gobind Singh Gobind Singh Sodhi is popularly known as Guru Gobind Singh. He was the tenth and last human teacher of the Sikh faith and thereafter declared the end of Guruship. Guru Gobind Singh was born on December 22, 1666 at......More

Guru Granth Sahib

  • Guru Granth Sahib On Wednesday, the day of Budh (Mercury), October 6, 1708, Guru Gobind Singh respectfully placed the Sri Guru Granth Sahib before the big gathering and offered five paise and a coconut, then bowed his head and announced......More

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