SGPC launched a commemorative coin for the centenary of Saka Sri Panja Sahib and Morcha Guru Ka Bagh
AMRITSAR: Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee President Advocate Harjinder Singh Dhami launched commemorative cash and booklets in Urdu language concerning the primary centenary of Shaheedi Saka Sri Panja Sahib and Morcha Guru Ka Bagh. After the assembly of Dharm Prachar Committee held at Shiromani Committee workplace, in the course of the launch of cash and booklets.
, Advocate Harjinder Singh Dhami mentioned that on 30 October 2022, the primary centenary of the martyrdom of Sri Panja Sahib is being celebrated in keeping with Khalsa traditions, for which preparations are ongoing. Earlier than this, the centenary celebrations of Morcha Guru Ka Bagh have been accomplished within the final month.
He mentioned that on the event of the centenary of Saka Sri Panja Sahib, occasions shall be held in India in addition to in Pakistan, concerning which historic booklets in Urdu language have been ready. These booklets shall be distributed to the Sangat in the course of the features at Gurdwara Sri Panja Sahib Pakistan. In regards to the commemorative coin, he mentioned that the image of Gurdwara Guru Ka Bagh is engraved on one facet of this copper coin and the picture of Saka Sri Panja Sahib is engraved on the opposite facet. This commemorative coin will hold the affiliation with the reminiscence of centenary days without end.
The Shiromani Committee president mentioned that the method of sending a delegation upfront to arrange for the occasions to be held in Pakistan on the event of the centenary of Saka Sri Panja Sahib can be occurring and the delegation is more likely to go to Pakistan this month itself. In the meantime, he additionally knowledgeable that on March 13, 2023, the 200-year martyrdom centenary of Akali Baba Phula Singh can even be celebrated in keeping with panthic traditions.
On this event, Senior Vice President Raghujit Singh Virk, Senior Member Amarjit Singh Bandala, Mr. Balwinder Singh Veimpuin, Bibi Gurpreet Kaur, s. Jarnail Singh Dogranwala, member of Dharma Prachar Committee. Sukhvarsh Singh Pannu, s. Pritpal Singh, Mr. Avtar Singh Banwala, s. Rampal Singh Bahniwal, s. Manjit Singh Bappiana, member Bhai Manjit Singh, s. Surjit Singh Tughalwal, s. Gurnam Singh Jasal, OSD Sr. Satbir Singh Dhami, Further Secretary. Sukhminder Singh, Deputy Secretary Kulwinder Singh Ramdas, s. Balwinder Singh Kahlwan, s. Gurinder Singh, Mr. Kuldeep Singh Rode, Mr. Paramjit Singh, in cost Shahbaj Singh, S. Main Singh, S. Virinder Singh Tharu and many others. have been current.
In the meantime SGPC has chosen 117 volunteer preachers for the aim of Sikh preaching within the border areas. These preachers are educated from Sikh Missionary Schools and Gurmat Vidyalayas run by Dharm Prachar Committee. On the event of sending these preachers for Dharma Prachar, Advocate Harjinder Singh Dhami mentioned that an increasing number of preachers are wanted for Sikh Prachar at current, in order to attach with Sikh historical past and Gurmat rules in addition to to tell the Sangat concerning the nationwide challenges. can He mentioned that for a while now, issues like non secular conversion are being intentionally raised, which must be recognized on the grassroots degree and the society have to be warned towards deceptive propaganda. These volunteer preachers will work on this path.
On this event Balwinder Singh Weimpooin. S. Surjit Singh Tughalwal, s. Gurnam Singh Jasal, s. Sukhvarsh Singh Pannu, s. Balwinder Singh Kahlwan, s. Malkit Singh Beharwal, s. Main Singh, Principal: Manjit Kaur, Dr. Amarjit Kaur, s. Kartar Singh was current.