In Sikhism, every Sikh is supposed to read Nitnem prayers on daily basis. It is kinda mandatory to follow this discipline as it is part of the code of conduct. What If I Can Not Manage To Read It? If, due to some problems (physical or whatever), one is not able to read Nitnam, then … Continue reading Why Should A Sikh Read Nitnem (Daily Discipline)
Would you be happy if you get abundance of money? Simple Answer: For short term/ temporarily: Yes Permanently: No Say, you have M amount of money. And you think you would be happy if you get N amount of money. Now, take a look at people already having N amount of money. Are they happy? … Continue reading What is Happiness and Sadness? Who is happy?
“Why am I doing whatever I’m doing?”, this question arose in my mind several years ago. And, I’m continuously finding the answer to it. Usually, what happens in our life… A person, born as a baby, starts going to school right from his early years and Eventually graduatesgets a job/ runs his businessmarrieshas a familybuys … Continue reading Purpose Of Life? To Live, Marry… Work And Die Or Something Else
Sikh religion doesn’t believe in Raksha Bandhan (Rakhri in Punjabi) ceremony. But, Rakhri is celebrated in full swing by Sikh folks. They celebrate the festival without knowing any meaning, without any sense. On the day of Raksha Bandhan (Rakhri), Sikhs go to gurudwara and tie Rakhi (Rakhri in Punjabi) around various objects e.g., … Continue reading Rakhri And Sikhism – The Raksha Bandhan In Sikh Religion