Grand Gurpurab

A Gurpurab is a Sikh festival (12 Gurpurabs annually) {January, March, April, May, June, July & November} Celebrating the lives of the Guru Ji's in Sikhism.
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Fifth Guru Arjan Dev collected all the work of the first four Gurus and compiled them into the Adi Granth in 1604

Fifth Guru Arjan Dev collected all the work of the first four Gurus and compiled them into the Adi Granth in 1604

1.     Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji    2.     Sri Guru Angad Dev Ji    3.     Sri Guru Amar Das Ji    4.     Sri Guru Ram Das Ji    5.     Sri Guru Arjun Dev Ji    6.     Sri Guru HarGobind Ji    7.     Sri Guru Har Rai Ji    8.     Sri Guru HarKrishan Ji    9.     Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Ji    10.   Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji

1. Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji 2. Sri Guru Angad Dev Ji 3. Sri Guru Amar Das Ji 4. Sri Guru Ram Das Ji 5. Sri Guru Arjun Dev Ji 6. Sri Guru HarGobind Ji 7. Sri Guru Har Rai Ji 8. Sri Guru HarKrishan Ji 9. Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Ji 10. Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji

Guru Angad Dev Ji

Guru Angad Dev Ji

Guru Har Gobind Ji was sixth Guru of Sikh Religion. He raised an army and wore two swords symbolizing secular and spiritual authority. The Mughal emperor Jahangir imprisoned the guru who negotiated release for whomever could hold on to his robe.  PARANTS’S NAME:	Guru Arjan Dev Ji, Mata Ganga Ji PLACE  DOB:	Guru Ki Wadali (AmritsarJune  19, 1595 GURSHIP YEARS:		38 Years CONTEMPORARY EMPEROR:	Jahangir  Shah Jahan (Moghal Emperor) DEATH PLACE  YEAR/AGE:	Kiratpur March 3, 1644/49 Years.

Guru Har Gobind Ji was sixth Guru of Sikh Religion. He raised an army and wore two swords symbolizing secular and spiritual authority. The Mughal emperor Jahangir imprisoned the guru who negotiated release for whomever could hold on to his robe. PARANTS’S NAME: Guru Arjan Dev Ji, Mata Ganga Ji PLACE DOB: Guru Ki Wadali (AmritsarJune 19, 1595 GURSHIP YEARS: 38 Years CONTEMPORARY EMPEROR: Jahangir Shah Jahan (Moghal Emperor) DEATH PLACE YEAR/AGE: Kiratpur March 3, 1644/49 Years.

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