On the occasion of Baisakhi, an atmosphere of joy was seen today among the people of Sikh Community. The celebration of the festival began two days ago. [..]
Festival of Lohri was celebrated today on the eve of Makar Sankranti at Sikh Colony. The community people were gathered in large number around the bonfire and celebrated the festival in a traditional way. [..]
Sikh community of Udaipur marked the 348th Birth Anniversary of the 10th Sikh Guru – Guru Gobind Singh with full zest and devotion. Several social and cultural programs were organized at the Gurudwaras since morning. [..]
The Sikh community of Udaipur marked the auspicious occasion of Guru Nanak Jayanti, the birth day of the Guru Nanak, the 1st Guru and Founder of Sikhism today. [..]
In the ‘Prashasan Shehron Ke Sang’ scheme started by State Government to give away legal documents of pre-owned lands, around 18 residents of Sikh Colony will receive patta of their land after nearly five decades.
According to Tejender Singh Robin, President of Gurudwara Sach Khand Darbar, there are nearly 60 houses in colony that were build after the independence which was approved by the then local authority whereby some of the residents were given the patta or equivalent legal document against their respective land, but a small number of houses remained deprived with the allotment. [..]
Renowned saint Baba Hardevsingh Maharaj of Sant Nirankari Mission, also known as Universal Brotherhood Mission, will be visiting Udaipur on 6th February to bless his followers who are organizing this event as ‘Ekatva Ka Parva’ (festival of Unity).
Udaipur Branch Coordinator, Jeetsingh Nirankari, informed that on Baba’s visit, a huge Nirankari Saint Assembly will be organized at Bhopalpura Ground in the evening from 6 PM to 9 PM where he will address the nirankari saint community.
On his visit, Baba will inaugurate ‘Nirankari Satsang Bhawan’ at Chitrakoot Nagar, Bhuwana. Thereafter, he will leave for Ajmer where he will attend ‘Saint Samagam’.
Sikh community of Udaipur celebrated the Birth Anniversary of Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth guru of Sikhs. Various religious ceremonies and programs were conducted on the occasion with entirety of devotion and respect towards one of the most respected religious and spiritual leader of Sikhism – the 5th largest religions of the world. [..]
Sanjh Khao ya Kah do Shab, Honth Kaho ya Kah do Lab, Dharm Kaho Ya ki Mazhab
Bhagwan kaho ya kahdo rabb, Baat ek ki Ek hai Jab, Kuch bhi Ladne ka nahi sabab
Lo aao sabhi Mil jayein Gale, Kaoumi Parcham ke saye Tale
These lines of Mushtaq Chanchal described that, what is the motive behind the Peace March or the “Shanti Rally”
The rally showcased the colours of Unity as well as depicted the peaceful co-existence of different castes creeds, religions and sex. Maitri Sangh is known for organizing such rallies and programs to bring peace and harmony between different communities.
The rally started around 4:00PM from the organization’s office at Patel Circle. It was flagged off by Pradeep Kumawat, Director, Alok Sansthan along with Father Norbert Herman of Sarv Dharm Maitri Sangh.
Dr. Kumawat said that Maharana Pratap was the first person in Rajasthan to respect Sarva Dharma as his “Senapati” was Muslim and his soldiers were tribals. [..]
On the eve before Guru Nanak Jayanti in Udaipur, preparations of Langar (Mass Supper) started at Sacha Khand Darbar Gurudwara at Sikh Colony. Various religious programs, along with a health Checkup Camp will be held tomorrow on 28th November, on the occasion of the Birth Anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev.
Today, at Sacha Khand Darbar preparations of Langar started. Ladies and gents of Sikh community from nearby localities offered voluntary service for the Langar to be prepared tomorrow. [..]