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Naam Ras


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Naam Ras



Naam Ras Kirtan Darbar

22nd - 25th December 2018

Singapore Expo Hall 7




Special Events

@ Naam Ras 2018

EXHIBITION INTRODUCING 550TH PARKAASH DIVAS OF

SRI GURU NANAK DEV JI

Immerse yourself in the beautiful life of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji, and learn more about Guruji's values and teachings. Together with his companion Bhai Mardana Ji, Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji travelled very widely to touch humanity with messages of love, tolerance, truth and spiritual and character upliftment. The Exhibition will attempt to display some of these universal values and principles.

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Kesri Day


Kesri Day


Kesri Day

Tuesday, 25th December 2018


In honor of the Shaheedi Divas of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji’s Sahibzaadey
Baba Zorawar Singh Ji & Baba Fateh Singh Ji.
Naam Ras has designated Tuesday 25th Dec 2018 as “Kesri Day”.  

 

Sadh Sangat is requested to wear Khalsa colours (orange Dastaars, Dupattas or Baanas) on Tuesday 25th Dec 2018.

Orange Dastars & Dupattas will be available during Naam Ras at Singapore Expo from 22nd - 25th Dec 2018.

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Amrit Sanchar


Amrit Sanchar


Amrit Sanchar

In conjunction with Shaheedi Divas of
Sahibzada Zorawar Singh Ji & Sahibzada Fateh Singh Ji

 

25th December 2018, Tuesday

Central Sikh Temple
(Wadda Gurdwara)

Starts at 3pm


(Please report by 2.30pm sharp)

If you would like to take Amrit or have questions, Please contact Amarjit Singh @ 86808926 if you would like to take Amrit.

All kakaars will be made available, please let us know in advance if you need them

 


 
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History

Khande di Pahul (Amrit ceremony) was initiated in the times of Sahib Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji when Khalsa was inaugurated at Sri Anandpur Sahib on the day of Baisakhi in 1699. The beloved Panj Pyare Bhai DayaSingh Ji, Bhai Mukham Singh Ji, Bhai Sahib Singh Ji, Bhai Dharam Singh Ji and Bhai Himmat Singh Ji were the first to receive Amrit and they later gave Amrit to Guru Gobind Singh Ji. Sikh men were then given the name "Singh" meaning "lion" and the women received the last name "Kaur" meaning "princess.

A Sarb Loh (Iron or steel) cauldron (Bata or bowl) is filled with clean water. Some Patashas (sugar crystals/plums) are poured into the water. The Five Beloveds then sit in Vir Asan ( seated on the ground with left knee down and the right knee up) around the cauldron.

The mixture of Amrit is stirred with a Khanda while the Panj Pyares recite path of five Banis (Japji Sahib, Jaap Sahib, Sawayae, Chaupai Sahib andAnand Sahib) .

The various ingredients and the aids to the preparation of this Holy Nectar are symbolic of a few things that are held in the highest regards by theKhalsa. The "Sarb Loh Bata" (Iron cauldron) signifies the strength of heart and mind. The chanting of hymns signify strong faith and cohesion in the devotees. The Khanda (the two-edged sword) signifies a spirit of valor and bravery.

Five handfuls of Amrit are given for drinking, five handfuls are sprinkled over the hair and another five are sprinkled into the eyes of each of the devotee who offer to be initiated.

 

 
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