Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti: President Kovind & PM Modi's tribute to 10th Sikh Guru
The people of Sikh community celebrate this jubilee as a festival of light with great enthusiasm and gaiety. On this day, some gurdwaras from all over the country and the world are decorated.
NEW DELHI: Today is the birth anniversary of Guru Gobind Singh. Guru Gobind Singh Ji was the tenth Guru of Sikhism. The people of Sikh community celebrate this jubilee as a festival of light with great enthusiasm and gaiety. On this day, some gurdwaras from all over the country and the world are decorated.
Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti:
During this time, with the recitation of Kirtan and Gurbani, people of Sikh community take out Prabhatferi in the morning and then the langar also organized on a large scale. A festival in India, the birth anniversary of Guru Gobind Singh was greeted by the President, Prime Minister and many other leaders.
President Kovind tweets:
President Ram Nath Kovind said, 'My humble tribute to Guru Gobind Singh Ji on the auspicious occasion of Prakash Parv. His life has been inspiring for humanity, promoting equality and inclusiveness. He was not just a spiritual ideal. He was a warrior who stood by principles even in front of the supreme sacrifice. '
PM Modi on Guru Gobind Jayanti:
Modi tweeted and said, 'I salute Sri Guru Govind Singh on the holy occasion of Prakash Parv. His life dedicated to building a just and inclusive society. He was always firm towards his principles. We also remember his courage and sacrifice. '
The PM further said that Guru Gobind Singh had special kindness on him as the opportunity to celebrate his 350th Prakash Parv came during his tenure. Recalling the ceremony held at Patna Sahib in the year 2017 on the occasion of the 350th Prakash Parv of Guru Govind Singh, he said that he had the opportunity to pay homage to Guru Sahib there too.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said, 'Guru Govind Singh Ji's heroic life has taught us the value of sacrifice in the fight for justice. As our farmer brothers and sisters continue their satyagraha, the world is able to see a live example of their teachings. Congratulations on Prakash Utsav. '