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Historic Initiative Of Punjab Govt-SGPC

Yatra Showcasing Holy Relics Of Guru

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Chandigarh , 05 May 2015

The coming two weeks would witness people of Punjab basking in the glory of darshan of relics of three Guru Sahibans while sitting at their home. It is a dream comes true for the sangat of Punjab with the historic collaborative efforts of Punjab government and the Shiromani Gurudwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC). During this religious darshan yatra the relics related to Guru Sahiban, their clothes and weapons would be displayed in a bus that SGPC has especially readied for the yatra, which will start for state on May 6 from Gururdwara Sri Dukhniwaran Sahib in Patiala. Jathedars of all the five Takhts, Punjab Chief Minister Mr Parkash Singh Badal and the deputy CM Mr Sukhbir Singh Badal will flag off the yatra drenched in colors of Khalsa. The event will mark participation of religious and political figures too.The religious procession will have relics related to sixth Patshah Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib, ninth Patshah Sri Guru Teg Bahadar Sahib and tenth Patshah Sri Guru Gobind Singh put on display and will pass through every district of the state. For the people of Punjab, it would be a historical event wherein they can have darshan of Guru Sahibans religious relics in their respective districts. The yatra will culminate on May 20 at Sri Anandpur Sahib where the relics would be put at Takht Sri Kesgarh Sahib.This rare opportunity for devotees of Punjab will see entire state drenched in the colors of Khalsa and have darshan of the three Guru Sahibans religious relics. There is great enthusiasm in the devotees regarding this yatra and meetings are being held at different places to ensure proper arrangements.

CM Punjab Supervises Over Arrangements

The Chief Minister Punjab Mr Parkas Singh Badal is himself overseeing arrangements to make the event a grand success. The CM has formed a special committee including education minister Dr Daljit Singh Cheema and the special principal secretary to CM Mr KJS Cheema that would supervise the arrangements at grassroot level.The Chief Minister is making efforts to ensure that sangat in every nook and corner of state gets to have darshan of the rare relics of Guru Sahiban to stand against the dictators of their time and waged war against injustice.  CM wishes to spread the message of Guru Sahiban, especially Guru Gobind Singh Ji, to every part of the state, who asked Bhai Ghanaiya to tend the injuries of even enemies.  CM called upon people to donate with the aim of Sarbat Da Bhala.

Rare Relics Of Guru Sahiban

The yatra would include rare relics of three Guru Sahibans including 13 relics, clothes and weapons. Two relics are related to Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib including 46 inches long sword and 22 inches long whip. Similarly, there is a Siri Sahib related to Sri Guru Teg Bahadar Ji that has “Sat Sri Akal Guru Teg Bahadar” engraved on it. There are ten relics related to Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ki. Amongst the swords exhibited one sword was gifted by Rai Kalha. The relics also include Chola Sahib, manuscript, hair, comb and turban, 20 inches long iron arrow, three-and-a-half inch long Siri Sahib, 30 inches long wooden spear  and five arrows. The SGPC has prepared a 33 feet long bus to exhibit these relics.

The route:

May 6 – Patiala, Nabha, Bhawanigarh, Sangrur, Barnala

May 7 Barnala, Mansa, Maur, Talwandi Sabo

May 8 – Talwandi Sabo, Bathinda, Malout, Sri Muktsar Sahib

May 9 – Sri Muktsar Sahib, Kotkapura, Faridkot, Ferozepur, Wazidpur

May 10 – Wazidpur, Moga, Kot Isse Khan, Zira, Makhu, Harike

May 11 – Harike, Patti, Bhikhiwing, Jhabbal, Tarn Taran

May 12 – Tarn Taran, Jandiwala, Baba Bakala, Chowk Mehta, Amritsar

May 13 – halt at Amritsar

May  14 – Amritsar, Batala, Sri Hargobindpur, Kahnuwan, Chhota Ghallughara

May 15 – Chhota Ghallughara, Gurdaspur, Mulerian, Dasuya, Hoshiarpur

May 16 – Hoshiarpur, Tanda, Bhogpur, Kartarpur, Kapurthala, Sultanpur-Lodhi (via Talwandi Chaudharian)

May 17 – Sultanpur Lodhi, Malsian, Nakodar, Jalandhar, Phagwara

May 18 – Phagwara, Ludhiana, Fatehgarh Sahib

May 19 – Fatehgarh Sahib, Mohali, Kharar, Morinda, Chamkaur Sahib, Ropar

May 20 – Ropar, Sri Anandpur Sahib


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