300 Saal Guru de Naal

Over the next few weeks Sikhs will join together to celebrate the 300th anniversary of the Sri Guru Granth Sahib. Just like many of you, I’ve been reading articles andstories about the various celebrations and I’ve come across some amazing and enrichingimages showing how the concepts of Sangat, Seva, and Guru come together. So I thought that in place of writing a post for once- I would instead create a mosaic of some of the images I have come across which represent the celebrations in one way or another. Pictures really do speak louder than words. [You can click on the image for a closer look].

First Row (Left to Right): Unindentified child participating in the celebrations // Nishan Sahib – Jagriti Yatra // The sanctum of the Hazoor Sahib Gurdwara in Nanded

Second Row: Image by Gurumustuk Singh, Flickr // Guru Granth Sahib // Guru Gobind Singh Ji’s shastars

Third Row: Gurmat Sangeet students from Raj Academy getting ready to participate in tercentenary celebrations at Hazur Sahib// Sikhs present a regally beautiful bejewelled kalgi (plume) to Sachkhand Hazur Sahib, Nanded // Nagar Kirtan

Fourth Row: Shastars/Weapons // Consecration of Granth Sahib // 300 Saal Guru de Naal website


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12 Responses to “300 Saal Guru de Naal”

  1. VKaur says:

    What a great way to show the rich celebrations! I saved it as my wallpaper. The image of the kalgi is especially breathtaking!

  2. VKaur says:

    What a great way to show the rich celebrations! I saved it as my wallpaper. The image of the kalgi is especially breathtaking!

  3. Phulkari says:

    Beautiful … great way to represent the 300 gurgadi purab of Guru Granth Sahib Ji!

  4. Singh says:

    Beautiful! I strongly feel this warrants more than one post. This is unquestionably one of the most important Sikh historic dates in our lifetimes.

  5. Phulkari says:

    Beautiful … great way to represent the 300 gurgadi purab of Guru Granth Sahib Ji!

  6. Singh says:

    Beautiful! I strongly feel this warrants more than one post. This is unquestionably one of the most important Sikh historic dates in our lifetimes.

  7. Sundari says:

    Singh, we also hope this isn't the only post regarding this historic time. We will be following the upcoming celebrations at Hazur Sahib – and will post additional information as we come across it.

  8. Sundari says:

    Singh, we also hope this isn’t the only post regarding this historic time. We will be following the upcoming celebrations at Hazur Sahib – and will post additional information as we come across it.

  9. Brooke says:

    I love the colors in this montage. Can anyone tell me why the saffron and blue colors are significant for Sikhs?

  10. Brooke says:

    I love the colors in this montage. Can anyone tell me why the saffron and blue colors are significant for Sikhs?

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