The Respect for Sri Guru Granth
Sahib Ji Campaign claims that the Sikh book of scriptures should not have been in a place where alcohol, meat and cigarettes were available.
The warning comes just days after activists forced a young couple to abandon their lavish marraige by forcibly snatching the Guru Granth
MORE than 1,000 Sikhs from across Yorkshire marched through Huddersfield town centre to mark the 300th anniversary of the Guru Granth
Sahib - the religion's holy scriptures.
According to sources, a group of Sikhs, who manage a local gurdwara, refused to lend the holy book to the Dera followers on Saturday, saying that the Sri Guru Granth
Sahib cannot be recited at a religious place other than a gurdwara.
Starting at 10 am today, and continuing for the next 48 hours, the Sikhs Holy Book, the Guru Granth
Sahib will be read around the clock.
Mann describes the purpose of the book in the opening chapter: "In this volume, I argue that traditional reconstruction of the historical formation of the Adi Granth
should be extended to both ends from the period of Guru Arjan--back to Guru Nanak and forward almost to the present day--before we have a comprehensive picture of the text's history" (p.
A senior leader of the Respect to Guru Granth
Sahib Ji Campaign said they had seen details of the wedding on the internet.
The event in the grounds of Prestwold Hall, Loughborough, on Sunday September 28 celebrates the 300th anniversary of Aad Siri Guru Granth
Sahib Ji (the Sikh holy scriptures).
Talking to ANI, Gobind Singh, who is the caretaker of the Sikh shrine 'Kartarpur Sahib', said that the installation of the Guru Granth
Sahib is on the first floor of the Gurdwara Sahib but the "Samad" is situated at the ground floor.
Sahib Ji, the eternal Guru of the Sikhs, begins with Ik Onkar - explicitly emphasising that there is but only one God responsible for the entire creation.
It will follow the Holy Book of the Sikhs, called Guru Granth
Shaib Ji, devotional hymns will be sung and the community will be dressed in either orange or blue.
The Guru Granth
Sahib includes prayers written by the founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak Dev Ji and religious hymns.