J-Okay Peace Discussion board hails PM Modi, Amit Shah for organising commemorative occasion marking four-hundredth beginning anniversary of Guru Tegh Bahadur
Ravi S Singh
New Delhi, April 21
The Jammu Kashmir Peace Discussion board on Thursday lauded Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union House Minister Amit Shah and Union Tradition Ministry for organising a grand commemorative occasion on the historic Pink Fort to mark the four-hundredth beginning anniversary of the ninth Sikh Guru, Tegh Bahadur, who can also be revered as ‘Hind-di-Chadar’ or the Defend of India, and ‘Jagat Guru’.
The Discussion board, which works for peace with regard to Jammu and Kashmir, mentioned the good sacrifice made by the Guru to vindicate the fitting of the folks to profess and follow religion was an assertion of the precept of justice for which the Mughal rulers of the day had very scant regard.
Because of this, life, profession, and teachings of Guru Tegh are of immense relevance even within the up to date instances, when the forces of hate, fanaticism and tyranny are nonetheless very dominant and assertive.
Paying wealthy tributes of homage to the Guru, the Discussion board referred to his exemplary and supreme sacrifice for the sake of Kashmiri brahmins.
The long-lasting chief was publicly beheaded on the orders of the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb, for refusing to transform to Islam and for resisting the compelled conversions of Hindus of Jammu and Kashmir.
“There was compelled conversion of faith; 1000’s had been killed for refusing to vary their faith. The Guru’s martyrdom sensitised the world to the macabre play of the Mughals,” J-Okay Peace Discussion board Chairperson Satish Mahaldar mentioned.
The Guru symbolised the triumph of excellent over evil that impressed Sikhs to put down their lives for noble causes and ethical values.
His sacrifice roused the Hindus from their passive silence to know the facility that comes from self-respect and sacrifice.