The foundation of the Golden Temple (Darbar Sahib) was laid by Guru Arjan Dev on January 3, 1589 along with Saint Mian Mir, a Muslim holy man. By 1601, the Golden Temple was ready. In 1603-04, the first volume of Guru Granth Sahib, the Sikh ... New Indian Express, 1 month ago
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Guru Arjan Dev Institute Of Development Studies To Host Three-Day International Seminar On Energy For Sustainable Development In Asia Pacific
Hundreds of scientists, technocrats, policy makers and administrators are expected to visit Guru-Ke- Nagari Amritsar to provide much-needed scientific exposure to the various problems facing the efficient use of Energy for Sustainable Development ...Eurasia Review, 3 weeks ago India: International Seminar On Energy For Sustainable Development Eurasia Review, 4 days ago
Ajab and Ajaib were two brothers, who spent many years in Amritsar, in service of the congregations and the city. Guru Arjan Dev then tasked them to set up a spiritual centre, and for many years, they served central Punjab area, between Jira, ...The Sunday Guardian, 2 months ago
Previous Next Use ← → keys to navigate Gur Purab is the anniversary of Guru Nanakji's birthday. Such importance is attached to anniversaries (both birth and death) in Sikh religion that the dates of the deaths of the first four gurus were ...Speaking Tree, 2 weeks ago
In order to promote fish farming in water-logged areas of this district, the Punjab Government has decided to increase the subsidy for fish farming from 20 per cent to 40 per cent. The State Fisheries department has allocated Rs 2.3 crore for the ...NetIndia123.com, 2 weeks ago
Perhaps the most interesting thing about open source once you get past the inherent freedoms (freedom to run for any purpose, study, modify and distribute) is the ability for users to participate in a meaningful way in developing the software that ...Linux.com, 3 weeks ago
It may be disrespectful to say that every saint has a past, but it is certainly true that every sinner has a future — there is always scope for improvement.Bhai Gurdas is a well-known and revered figure of Sikh history. When the fifth Teacher, ...The Sunday Guardian, 1 month ago
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