Guru Hargobind Sahib was born at village Guru Ki Wadali (district Amritsar) on 5th July 1596. He succeeded Guru Arjan Sahib in 1606, at the age of eleven years. Following the martyrdom of Guru Arjan Sahib, a change had taken place in the character of Sikh Nation. Click the link below to […]
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Brent Sikh Centre has recently acquired a residential property on Stag Lane with the express aim of enabling keen Sangat to reside close to our Gurdwara. Those wishing to take up tenancy here should either send a query through the website or visit the Brent Sikh Centre Office.
Avtar Sri Guru Arjan Dev ji 2 May 1563 Shaheedi Jord Mela –Sri Guru Arjan Dev ji 25 May 1606 The Guru built the Golden Temple (Harmandir Sahib) in Amritsar. He also declared that all Sikhs should donate a tenth of their earnings to charity. The greatest contribution he made to the Sikh faith was […]
The Brent Sikh Centre Punjabi Class students have produced some posters for the Story of the Khalsa! Here are some of the posters that have been produced: […]
In 1699 few months before the Vaisakhi Day, Guru Gobind Rai sent a special invitation to the Sikhs all over the country to join the special Vaisakhi Divan in the town of Anandpur Sahi Click the links below to download this month’s newsletter: BSC Newsletter April 2014
The month of March sees Guru Hargobind Ji’s Joti Jot day (2 March 1644). Guru Hargobind JI transformed the Sikh fraternity by introducing martial arts for the defence of the masses following his father’s martydom. The Guru also built the Akal Takht in 1608 which is now one of Five Takhts (seats of power) of […]
Feb 2014 Newsletter Click the links below to download this month’s newsletter: BSC Newsletter February 2014
Gurpurab information to follow!!
Guru Gobind Singh was the last of the ten Gurus, the one who transformed the Sikh faith. In 1699 he created the Khalsa (Pure), a community of the faithful who wore visible symbols of their faith and trained as warriors. Today the Khalsa comprises all practising Sikhs. Guru Gobind named the Guru Granth Sahib his […]