While welcoming PM Modi’s resolution to watch December 26 as Veer Bal Diwas ,SGPC chief Harjinder Singh Dhami said, “We fancy the pinnacle minister’s emotions but it and not using a doubt is rarely any longer as per the Sikh traditions.”
High Minister Narendra Modi declared December 26 as ‘Veer Baal Diwas’ (File Photo)
The Shiromani Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee (SGPC), while welcoming High Minister Narendra Modi’s announcement to watch December 26 as Veer Bal Diwas, has expressed its reservations about the nomenclature of the day.
SGPC chief Harjinder Singh Dhami, while hailing PM Modi’s resolution, said, “We fancy the pinnacle minister’s emotions but it and not using a doubt is rarely any longer as per the Sikh traditions.”
The Sikh leader said that Sikhs admire the sons of the 10th Guru as warriors who are mainly most frequently known as Sahibzadas. He also said that the discover Baba ought to restful be mounted sooner than their title.
“Sikh faith is in step with particular principles, historic past and Gurbani. One ought to restful admire these principles. SGPC will attraction to the very perfect Sikh temple authority, Aakal Takht Sahib, to give its formal approval to the proposed day,” Dhami said.
Dhami further said that Sikh traditions, beliefs and concerns are weird and any resolution relating the Sikh faith will must obtain the approval of Akal Takht Sahib.
“The resolution might perchance perchance need been taken by Prakash Parv of Guru Sahib but it and not using a doubt is rarely any longer acceptable to the Sikh faith,” Dhami said.
For those unversed, the 10th Sikh Guru’s six-year and 9-year ragged sons Sahibzada Fateh Singh and Sahibzada Zorawar Singh had been bricked alive on December 26, 1705 by Wazir Khan on the orders of Aurangzeb as they refused to convert to Islam.
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