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  7. 5 Takht Flash Cards

  8. Takht Sri AkaalTakht Sahib Sri Amritsar Sahib The first and foremost Takht is the Sri AkaalTakht Sahib Jee.  The literal meaning of Takht is ‘throne which is sat on by an emperor.’ Akaal means Timeless.  We often refer to Vaheguroo (God) as The Timeless One as He is not bound by time.  Vaheguroo has always been here, is here with us now and will always be here. After the shaheedi of Sri Guroo Arjan Dev Jee (the fifth Guroo of the Sikhs), Sri Guroo Hargobind Sahib Jee (the sixth Guroo of the Sikhs) built the AkaalTakht Sahib with BhaiGurdas Jee and Baba Buddha Jee.  Guroo Jee named the Takht after God and not after himself, his father or even after Sri GurooNaanak Dev Jee. Sri Guroo Hargobind Sahib Jee said that whoever comes in to the fold/organisation/protection of the MiriPiri(temporal and spiritual power) will be saved.  Sri Guroo Hargobind Sahib Jee said it is now time to turn to the sword. The two kirpaans of miri and piri where placed on Sri Guroo Hargobind Sahib Jee by Baba Buddha Jee. Guroo Jee also installed two Nishaan Sahibs near Sri AkaalTakht Sahib. The one closest to the Takht is lower than the one that is closer to Sri Harmandir Sahib Jee. This signifies that a Sikh must be a saint (piri) first and then a soldier (miri). Guroo Saahib would spend their evenings at Sri AkaalTakht Sahib.  Here, they would see the bravery/strength of their Sikhs.  Two dhadhi’s by the names of BhaiAbdula Jee and BhaiNathaJee (from Sursingh) would sing tales about brave warriors in battle.  Over a period of two months they sang all twenty four vaars from Sri Guroo GranthSaahib Jee Maharaaj. The AkaalTakht Sahib is the highest political institute of the Sikhs.  Sikhs would be invited to attend from far and wide.  Under the guidance of Dhan Sri Guroo Granth Sahib Jee Maharaaj the final decision would be read out by the Jathedhar and this would be accepted by the Khalsa Panth.  This continues even today.  At the times of Sri Guroo Hargobind Sahib Jee Sarbat Khalsa would take place twice a year (at Diwali and Vaisakhi). The last Sarbat Khalsa was called in 1986 by the Panth, in which it was agreed that the struggle for an independent Sikh state will continue until victory is achieved. In 1984, the Government of India attacked the AkaalTakht Sahib and Sri Harmandir Sahib with tanks and armoured vehicles.  Thousands of Sikhs lost their lives, the youngest martyr of this onslaught was a 5 year old girl named Bibi Vaheguroo Kaur Jee who gave her life with the whole of her family.    Indira Gandhi was assassinated by two of her Sikh bodyguards on 31 October 1984.

  9. Takht Sri HarmandirJee Patna Sahib, Bihar In the year 1504, Sri GurooNaanak Dev Jee went to Patna Sahib with BhaiMardanaJee. When GurooJee was leaving the town he told a merchant called SalisRai that he would return in his tenth form. Sri GurooGobind Singh Jee was born in the city called Patna. As a mark of respect we add Saahib to the end – Patna Saahib. The second takht is called Sri HarmandirJee. Sri GurooGobind Singh Jee was called GobindRaibefore he was blessed with Amrit from the panjpyaarae. Bhikan Shah was a well known Muslim saint. He was very loyal and honest. One day he did something he had never done before. He started bowing in the opposite direction of Mecca during his prayers. This had never been done before. People thought that he had gone crazy. When he was asked why he did this Bhikan Shah said, “If you could see who has come to take care of everything then you would bow in this direction too.” He was talking about the coming of Sri GurooGobind Singh Jee. Bhikan Shah went to Patna Saahib to see the child. He found out that a child had been born to Sri GurooTeghBahaadurJee, the ninth Guroo of the Sikhs. The child’s name was GobindRai. Bhikan Shah and GobindRai seemed to recognise each other straight away. Bhikan Shah had two pots which he placed in front of GobindRai. With his playful spirit, he reached out with both hands and put one on each pot. Bhikan Shah became very happy. Bhikan Shah explained that one of the pots represented the Muslim faith and the other represented the Hindu faith. GobindRai placed his hands on both pots meaning he would look after all people and all religions. Sri GurooGobind Singh Jee defended all people and he set up the army of the Khalsa that will always stand up for truth. 

  10. Takht Sri Kesgarh Sahib Jee In 1666 when Guru Gobind Singh Ji was born – his father the 9th Guru of the Sikhs , Guru TeghBahadurJiMaharaaj bought some land & called the place Anandpur Sahib. In Anandpur Sahib Guru Gobind Singh Ji built six forts to protect the city of Anandpur, Sri Kesgarh Sahib Ji is one of these six forts. Sri Kesgarh Sahib Ji is also the 3rdTakht of the Sikhs & is located in the centre of Anandpur Sahib. It is at Sri Kesgarh Sahib Ji that the Vaisakhi of 1699 took place & it is the birthplace of the Khalsa. The PanjPyaarae, Guru Gobind Singh Ji, Guru Ji’s whole family & millions of Sikhs took Amrit at Sri Kesgarh Sahib Ji on the day of Vaisakhi in 1699. At Sri Kesgarh Sahib Ji today there are shasters belonging to Guru Gobind Singh Ji - these inculde; • The Khanda used in the Amrit Sanchar of 1699 • Guru Gobind Singh Ji’sKataar • Guru Gobind Singh Ji’sSaif (double edged weapon) • Guru Gobind Singh Ji’s gun • Guru Gobind Singh Ji’s spear (known as KarpaBarchha) • A Naagni – a twisted spear like the one BhaiBachitter Singh Ji used to defeat an elephant.

  11. Takht Sri Damdama Sahib Jee Guru KeeKashi, Sabo KeeTalwandi, Batinda, Panjab Takht Sri Damdama Sahib, Guru KeeKanshi, Sabo KeeTalwandi, Batinda, is one of the five seats of authority for Sikhs. This Takht is situated at Batinda in Punjab, in a village called Sabo KeeTalwandi. Damdama means a place to have a break and rest. Sri Guru Gobind Singh Jee stayed here after fighting battles against the mughals. Before his arrival at Sabo KeeTalwandi, two of the Guru’s sons were bricked alive at Sarhind and two laid down their lives at Chamkaur Sahib. After writing the Zafarnama, Sri Guru Gobind Singh Jee fought a successful battle at Muktsar and then moved towards Sabo KeeTalwandi. The true and complete form of Sri Guru GranthSaahibJee was written at Sri Damdama Sahib by the hand of the great Sikh, ShaheedBhai Mani Singh Jee as Sri Guru Gobind Singh Jee recited gurbani off by heart. Sri Guru Gobind Singh Jee added to the original version prepared by Sri Guru Arjan Dev Jee and the verses (hymns/shabads) of Sri Guru TeghBahadurJee. Baba Deep Singh Jee with firm faith would complete the seva of providing the paper, pens and ink. He also wrote four more saroops of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee by hand and these can be found at the other four Takhts. Later, Shaheed Baba Deep Singh Jee was made the jathedhar of the Takht by Guru Jee. Within nine months and nine days the correct pronunciation and understanding of gurbani was taught to forty eight Singhs by Sri Guru Gobind Singh Jee. Guru Jee blessed Sabo KeeTalwandi, as Guru KiKanshi. Kanshi means holy shrine or centre of religious and spiritual learning and development. He said that it would be a place where there would be many scholars, philosophers, writers, students and devotees of the Sikh Faith. We should all strive to do as much seva as we can and use the skills, talents and qualities that we have to increase awareness of the Sikh faith.

  12. TakhtSachkhand Sri Hazoor Sahib Jee Sachkand: Realm of Truth Hazoor: Presence of the Master After compiling Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee at Damdama Sahib, Sri Guru Gobind Singh Jee travelled to the city he named Abchalnagar meaning ‘steadfast city’, to the sacred place now known as TakhtSachkhand Sri Hazoor Sahib Jee. TakhtSachkhand Sri Hazoor Sahib is one of the five seats of authority for Sikhs. This Takht has a rich history of important events which all Sikhs should remember. It was at Sri Hazoor Sahib that MadhoDaas met Sri Guru Gobind Singh Jee and was blessed with the gift of Amrit. MadhoDaas was bestowed with the new name Banda Singh Bahadur, meaning slave of the Guru. Guru Jee sent Baba Banda Singh Bahadur with five arrows and five Singhs to fight Wazir Khan and his men in Sirhand. Baba Banda Singh Bahadur is respected as one of the greatest Sikh warriors and martyrs. BhaiDaya Singh Jee and BhaiDharam Singh Jee, two of the beloved PanjPiare took their last breath at Sri Hazoor Sahib. Sri Hazoor Sahib Jee is where Sri Guru Gobind Singh Jee blessed the Sikhs with Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee as the Living Guru- the JagdiJyot(the divine light of all ten Guru Sahibs). Sri Guru Gobind Singh Jee in the presence of five Singhs, placed a shaster, flowers, a coconut and five paise in front of Sri Guru Granth Sahib JeeMaharaaj. Sri Guru Gobind Singh Jee bowed with devotion and did parkarma around Guru Granth Sahib Jee. He passionately informed the Sikhs; SabhSikhanKoHukamHai Guru ManeoGranth To all Sikhs, let this be the order, recognize the Granth as your Guru. Sri Guru Gobind Singh Jee left their physical body in Hazoor Sahib. Sri Hazoor Sahib should be visited by all Sikhs so we can be blessed with the darshan of Angetha Sahib (where Sri Guru Gobind Singh Jee is cremated) and Guru Jee’s holy weapons. Sri Guru Granth Sahib JeeMaharaj should be treated with the utmost love, respect and devotion. Sri Guru Gobind Singh Jee emphasises the power of Shabad Guru: “Whatever you desire can be obtained by meditating on the Shabad (Verses) of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee.”