Sakhi

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For other uses, see Sakhi (disambiguation).

Sakhi literally means "Historical Account" or Story.

The term refers to the accounts of the historical events in Sikhism. It is a tale usually from the era during the times of the Gurus. However, many Sakhis do exist from the period before and after the times of the Ten Gurus. Most Sakhis have a moral lesson and highlight important Sikh principles.

Below is the list of important Sakhis with a message for Sikhs.

Featured Sakhis[edit]

Bhai Makhan Shah
Village of Children Establishment of Kartarpur Darshan
3 Days in the River Bhai Lalo's Honesty Bhai Manjh Singh
Bhai Taloka's ardas Dukh Sukh Durga Worshipper from Amritsar
Guru Ji's Sickness Guru Nanak and Duni Chand Guru Nanak and Moola
Guru Nanak and the Sacred Thread Guru Nanak at School Platforms of Jetha
Respect through Service Sakhi Kaligidhar Chamatkar Sakhi of Bhagat Dhanna
Sakhis of Guru Nanak Stories of Guru Nanak Sundri
The Birth of the Guru There is no Hindu and no Musalman Watering the Crops

Other Sakhis[edit]

2 Pots Attaining Guruship Beheaded
Bring me Arms and Horses Charity to Sadhus Chhajju
Creation of Anand Sahib Creation of Shabad Hazarai Guru Gobind Singh and Ghanaya
Guru Gobind Singh and The Donkey Guru Nanak and two students Holy Cakes
Iron Clad Soldiers Are there TWO Gods Mardana Gives Clothes and Food
Mardana and the ants Mardana and the stone Sajan the Robber
The Desecration of Harimandir Sahib Guru Nanak and Hot Spring  

External links[edit]

Modern Stories

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