Bollywood and TV celebrities wish fans on Gurpurab

Gurpurab, bollywood gurpurab, amitabh bachchan twitter, sridevi, vishal dadlaniGurpurab, bollywood gurpurab, amitabh bachchan twitter, sridevi, vishal dadlani Bollywood and radio stars share their wishes on Gurpurab.

Gurpurab, that is also famous as Guru Nanak Dev Jayanti, outlines a birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, a initial of a 10 Sikh Gurus. Gurpurab celebrates and glorifies a tough work, probity and law fundamental in a preachings of Guru Nanak.

Born on April 15, 1469 in Rai-Bhoi-di Talwandi (now in Pakistan), Guru Nanak Dev is famous as one of a “greatest eremite innovators of all times”. Nanak Dev trafficked extensively to widespread a summary and training of God. He believed that there is an almighty who dwells in each one of his creations and constitutes a almighty truth. He set adult several devout amicable and domestic platforms formed on equality, fraternal love, integrity and virtue.

Your favorite Bollywood and radio celebrities too have wished love, assent and wealth to a whole republic on this portentous arise of Gurpurab. Check out what they had to say.

Amitabh Bachchan: Greetings on Guru Nanak Dev ji’s Birthday.

Sridevi: Wishing everybody a unequivocally happy Guru Nanak Jayanti.

Neha Dhupia: Gurupurab diyan sab nu lakh lakh vadhaiyan. (Wishing we and your family a unequivocally happy Guru Nanak Jayanti)

Armaan Malik: Happy Guru Nanak Jayanti and Gurpurab! May everybody keep swelling usually peace, adore and positivity.

Kunal Kohli: Guru Nanak Jayanti assent on earth to all.

Vishal Dadlani: Happy Guru Nanak Jayanti, all! May we all find care for all humanity, but any difference/separation.

Aly Goni: Guru Nanak Gurpurab is distinguished as a day to remember a initial Sikh Guru who laid a substructure of Sikhism and is a sign for a devotees to follow his teachings and persevere their life in a unselfish use of God. we make certain to compensate a revisit during Gurudwara on a day.

Suyyash Rai: Guru Nanak Jayanti is an critical festival for us. We make certain to compensate a revisit to Gurudwara and offer a prayers. Gurpurab is distinguished as a day of bend and is a sign for a devotees to follow a teachings of Guru Nanak and persevere one’s life in a unselfish use of a God.

Kunal Jaisingh: Guru Nanak Jayanti is a special jubilee for us. we make certain to compensate a revisit during Gurudwara. Some gurdwaras also reason a night prayers that start around a nightfall and continue late during night. Hymns from a Guru Granth Sahib are shouted by a devotees during 1:20 am, a tangible birth time of Guru Nanak and continue compartment about 2 am. The celebrations are unequivocally special.

Gaurav Khanna: Gurpurab is one of a many critical festivals celebrated world over. The celebrations final 3 days. People applaud a day by visiting Gurdwaras, seeking Guru Nanak Ji’s blessings, eating langar – a village dish and lighting candles and diyas. People also adorn their houses with lights. Its one of a critical festival for us. we make certain to revisit Gurudwara and offer my prayers.

Mahika Sharma: we always gangling time on a day to make certain we compensate my revisit Guru saheb during a Gurudwara. A special village lunch called a langar, is also orderly during a gurdwaras and everyone, irrespective of caste, creed or category is offering food as partial of a unselfish service. we always volunteer.

Arjun Singh Shekhawat: Guru Nanak Jayanti, a birth anniversary of Guru Nanak, a owner of Sikhism and a initial of a 10 gurus, is an important jubilee for us. On this occasion, we compensate my revisit to a Gurudwara and during work or while travelling we make certain to listen to marks featuring shabad or texts from a Guru Granth Sahib, a principal eremite scripture of a Sikhs, rendered by obvious vocalists from a Hindustani tradition.

Shalini Kapoor: Guru Nanak Jayanti is one of a critical and special festival for us. we try my best to join a functions going around in a Gurudwara. Like a day before Gurpurab, Nagarkirtan, that is a way by devotees, is organised. The procession, that pours into a streets of a towns, is led with a Palki or Palanquin of Guru Granth Sahib and followed by carol of devotees singing hymns and prayers.

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