Sikhism is more than just a religion for its followers. It makes them learn the ideal way of living a healthy and happy life. It makes them know the significance of the country and the importance to serve it.
A Brief About Guru Hargobind Singh –
Guru Hargobind Singh is respected as the sixth guru of the Sikhs. Guru Nanak started this prominent religion in the late fifteenth century. He is considered the founder of this religion. Sikhs are called the people who follow this religion. The larger part of Sikhs belongs to Punjab. And Punjab is known for its incredible beauty, cultural values, incredible custom, and the list is too long. Guru Har Gobind is regarded as the 6th master of the Sikhs. Guru Hargobind Sahib was conceived at town guru ki Wadali in Amritsar area on Hart Vadi seventh.
Why Guru Hargobind Used To Have Two Swords -
Sikh people obey the lessons of Guru Hargobind Singh. Some people have always been amazed at why Guru Hargobind Singh used to have two swords. Guru Hargobind Sahib held two swords dedicated to the image of Shakti and Bhakti. It means there was an important significance behind having to swords. One sword is called PIRI stand for spiritual experts. It gives a lesson to stay inclined towards spirituality as it makes your mind calm and at peace. Moreover, the second one is called MIRI, which means military power. It is all about riding, chasing, wrestling and scores of other military games. It increases people to always serve the country first.
Guru Sahib and His Lecture –
The best thing is that Dhadd-players also used to go with military tunes such as "Vars” to spur the Sikhs of gallant deeds. Moreover, this is why Sikhs got turned into military power as well. They are known all around the world for having their military skills. Moreover, Guru Sahib also gave a lecture and appealing to the Sikhs. They also talk about the issues of the Sikh country so that they could be resolved.
A huge number of Sikhs visit the Golden Temple in order to get blessings of God on this auspicious day. People do visit Gurudwara on the auspicious day of Guru Hargobind Jayanti getting done with their daily chores on time.
Guru Hargobind Sahib holds two swords and it makes him different. People do follow his lessons. Guru Sahib said that Sikh people believe in contributing to the world and always do put efforts in order to make the country stronger. This is why Sikh people always contribute to the country.
What People Do On This Auspicious Day –
On this auspicious day, people do visit Golden Temple to celebrate this occasion. Devotees do take a dip into the lake on this day. The most revered Golden Temple gets a number of footfalls on this auspicious day. They generally consider water of river equal to nectar. It is said that Guru Hargobind spends last few years of his life in Kirat pur Sahib. He died in 1644. He will always be remembered for his incredible contribution to Sikhism.