Amritsar-Ardas (Sikh prayer) was held at Sri Akal Takht Sahib in reminiscence of lakhs of Punjabis who misplaced their lives in the course of the partition of India and Pakistan in 1947. As per the orders of Sri Akal Takht Sahib, a ceremony was held for the primary time on this regard final 12 months. In continuation, the bhog (concluding ceremony) of Sri Akhand Path Sahib was held at Sri Akal Takht Sahib at present, after which the hazuri raagi jatha of Sachkhand Sri Harmandir Sahib carried out Gurbani Kirtan. Bhai Baljit Singh supplied Ardas for the departed souls and Giani Gurminder Singh recited the holy hukamnama (edict) from Guru Granth Sahib.
During the occasion, Jathedar of Takht Sri Kesgarh Sahib Giani Sultan Singh mentioned that whereas hundreds of Punjabis misplaced their lives in the course of the partition of the nation in 1947, individuals additionally needed to depart their lands, properties, and companies. During the partition of the nation, the Sikh neighborhood additionally needed to depart their holy Gurdhams (Sikh shrines). Many shrines, together with Sri Nankana Sahib, the birthplace of Guru Nanak Dev, remained in Pakistan, and each Sikh needs to pay obeisance there. He mentioned that at present the governments of each nations have utterly forgotten the displaced Punjabis whereas celebrating independence.
Giani Sultan Singh mentioned that in reminiscence of those harmless individuals who had been killed in the course of the partition, it’s a commendable step by the SGPC to pay tributes by holding a ceremony at Sri Akal Takht Sahib as a result of the ruling class by no means remembered those that misplaced their lives in final 75 years.
Present on this event included, SGPC secretary Partap Singh, extra secretary Kulwinder Singh Ramdas, superintendent Malkeet Singh Beharwal, supervisor Satnam Singh Riar, extra supervisor Nishan Singh, Bikramjit Singh Jhangi, Nishan Singh Jafarwal, federation chief Gurminder Singh Chawla and the Sangat.