Sri Harmandir Sahib Ji was constructed during the leadership of the fifth Guru (Guru Arjan, 1581-1606), it was completed in 1601. Changes made between 1573-1606 The development of the Harmandar Sahib and Amritsar have gone hand in hand; the city was formerly known as Ramdaspur, and on construction of Harimandir Sahib became known as Amritsar. […]
Mr. Bhagwan Singh was disciple of Baba Sheesha Singh Hazur Sahib (Kar sewa wale) and he was part of 35 singh Jatha who did seva at Sri Harmandir Sahib Ji. He was a witness to the Operation Blue Star in 1984. His eyewitness testimony provides great insight into understanding the event.
Post by Bhai Baldeep Singh. Via Bhai Baldeep Singh: “Satnam Sri Waheguru Sahib Ji”: A Salutation to the tradition(s) of Darbar Sahib (Golden Temple), Amritsar This is just a small video but nevertheless I would like to dedicate it to my elder granduncle, Ustad Bhai Gurcharan Singh “Kanwal” – poet, writer, singer, percussionist – for […]
Rare Pictures of Sri Harmandir Sahib Ji by dailysikhupdates It was during the leadership of the fifth Guru (Guru Arjan, 1581-1606), that the Golden Temple was built. It was completed in 1601. Changes made between 1573-1606 The development of the Harmandar Sahib and Amritsar have gone hand in hand; the city was formerly known as […]
This post was originally Published By: Amardeep Singh on His Blog “In search, I have been to many places. Through you, I was reminded that HE lives within.” [slideshow gallery_id=”2″] During a visit to the Golden Temple at Amritsar, I tried to photograph it through uncommon angles. For years I searched everywhere, making myself the […]
January 13, 1588 Foundation stone of Sri Darbar Sahib, Amritsar, laid by Sain Mia Mir. Foundation stone of Sri Harmandir Sahib, Amritsar, was laid down by the renowned Sufi Saint of Qadiry order, Mir Mohamed Khan, popularly known as Hazarat Mian Mir of Lahore. Sri Harimandir Sahib, unlike any other place of worship, was built at […]
Sri Harimandir Sahib Ji is built on the lower level and is open from four sides, to make it accessible to every person without any distinction of caste, creed, sex and religion. The Harmandir Sahib, also known as Sri Darbar Sahib or the Golden Temple (on account of its scenic beauty and golden coating for […]