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Gurudwara Sahib Swiss
Vorbuchenstrasse 13,
8303 Bassersdorf

Satkaryog Sadh Sangat Ji
WaheGuru Ji Ka Khalsa, WaheGuru Ji Ki Fateh.
We are happy to inform you that we are celebrating the Vaisakhi festival and Sirjna Diwas of Khalsa Panth at Gurudwara Sahib Swiss. Shri Akhand Path Sahib will be started on Friday as per program below.
Entire sangat is requested to please join us for this esteemed festival celebration
Program:
• Shri Akhand Path Sahib De Aarmbh: Friday 22.04.2016 10:00 AM
•: Shri Akhand Path Sahib Da Bhog Sunday 24.04.2016 10:00 – 11:00 AM
• Kirtan : Sunday 24.04.2016 11:00 – 12:00 AM
• Kvishri Jatha : Sunday 24.04.2016 12:00- 14:00 PM (Khalsa
Panth de History Ware Jankari Karan Ge)
Guru Ka Langer will be served and after that there will be Gatka program (Gatka is the traditional martial art of the Sikhs)
WaheGuru Ji Ka Khalsa, WaheGuru Ji Ki Fateh.

Gurdwara Management Committee:
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+ 41 (0) 76 339 79 41 + 41 (0) 79 826 51 74 + 41 (0) 79 386 15 13 + 41 (0) 76 682 26 91

Guru Granth Sahib or Adi Sri Granth Sahib Ji, is more than just a scripture of the Sikhs. The Sikhs treat this Granth (holy book) as a living Guru. The holy text spans 1430 pages and contains the actual words spoken by the founders of the Sikh religion (the Ten Gurus of Sikhism) and the words of various other Saints from other religions including Hinduism and Islam.

Guru Granth Sahib was given the Guruship by the last of the living Sikh Masters, Guru Gobind Singh Ji in 1708. Guru Gobind Singh said before his demise that the Sikhs were to treat the Granth Sahib as their next Guru. Guru Ji said – “Sab Sikhan ko hokam hai Guru Manyo Granth” meaning “All Sikhs are commanded to take the Granth as Guru” So today if asked, the Sikhs will tell you that they have a total of 11 Gurus. ( 10 in human form and the SGGS).

Guru Granth Sahib is always the focal point in any Gurudwara, being placed in the centre on a raised platform known as a Takht (throne), while the congregation of devotees sits on the floor and bow before the Guru as a sign of respect. Guru Granth Sahib is given the greatest respect and honour. Sikhs cover their heads and remove their shoes while in the presence of this sacred text. Guru Granth Sahib is normally carried on the head and as a sign of respect, never touched with unwashed hands or put on the floor. It is attended with all signs of royalty, with a canopy placed over it. A chaur sahib is waved above the book. Peacock-feather fans were waved over royal or saintly beings as a mark of great spiritual or temporal status; this was later replaced by the modern Chaur sahib.

When one visits a Gurdwara (a Sikh temple) , the Guru Granth Sahib forms the main part of the Darbar Sahib or Main Hall. The holy book is placed on a dominant platform and covered in a very beautiful and attractively coloured fine cloth. The platform is always covered by a canopy, which is also decorated in expensive and very attractive coloured materials. The text in which the Granth is written is a script called Gurmukhi (literally “From the Guru’s mouth”), which is considered a modern development of the ancient language called Sanskrit.

The Guru Granth Sahib is taken care of by a Granthi, who is responsible for reciting from the sacred text and leading Sikh prayers. The Granthi also acts as caretaker for the Guru Granth Sahib, keeping the book covered in clean cloths, known as rumala, to protect from heat, dust, pollution, etc.

Sri Harmandir Sahib, also known as Sri Darbar Sahib or Golden Temple, (on account of its scenic beauty and golden coating for English speaking world), is named after Hari(God) the temple of God. The Sikhs all over the world, daily wish to pay visit to Sri Amritsar and to pay obeisance at Sri Harmandir Sahib in their Ardas.

Vorbuchenstrasse 13
Bassersdorf,CH-8303

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