2021 Gurpurab Wishes, HD Images, Greetings and Messages
What is Gurpurab?
Guru Nanak Dev Jayanti is also known as Gurpurab is the most prominent festival of Sikhs. It is the birthday of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the founder of the Sikh religion and the first of ten Sikh gurus. It is a sacred festival and is celebrated by the Sikhs all around the world with great enthusiasm.
When is Gurpurab 2021?
This year Gurpurab festival is coming on November 19, 2021. The date changes every year as per the Hindu calendar because the day is celebrated in the month of Kartik on the full moon day.
Here is the best collection of 2021 Gurpurab Wishes, SMS, Greetings, and Images to share with your friends and relatives on WhatsApp, Telegram and Instagram:
2021 Gurpurab Wishes (Best Collection)
- Waheguru Ji ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji ki Fateh, A very Happy Gurpurab to you all…!
- May The Name of Waheguru Jee be Enshrined in Your Heart…HAPPY GURPURAB 2021!
- May Guru Nanak Devji help you achieve all your goals in life.
- May the blessing of Wahe Guru be with you always and forever!
- May Nanak Ji be your guide! May he always bestow his blessings on you. I wish you a Happy Guru Nanak Jayanti 2021!
- May Waheguru gives you whatever your heart wants and desire, Happy Guru Nanak Jayanti.
- Happy Guru Nanak Jayanti! May this year be about light and prosperity.
- May Guru Nanak Ji enlighten your heart and mind with sanctity and knowledge. Happy Guru Nanak Jayanti!
- I pray that happiness and blessings always surround you as we all get together to remember our beloved Guru Nanak Dev Ji and the commemoration of Sikhism. Happy Gurpurab 2021.
- Heartiest wishes to you and your beloved family on this auspicious occasion of Guru Nanak Jayanti! Happy Gurpurab!
- May happiness and blessings surround you as we join together to remember the beloved Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji and the Beginning of Sikhism. HAPPY GURPURAB 2021 TO ALL…!!
- May the teachings of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, reflect goodness and compassion in you and bring the happiness & prosperity into your Life. Wish you a very Happy Gurpurab 🙂
- May your life be full of golden days with Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s blessings. Sending you warm wishes on this auspicious day!
- May this Gurpurab bring happiness and joy to you and your family! Happy Gurpurab 2021!
- May Guru Jee inspire you to achieve all your goals and may His blessings be with you in whatever you do! Happy Gurpurab 2021…!
- Satgur Nanak Pargataya, Mitti Dhund Jag Channan Hoia, Aap ji nu Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji De aagman purab dian Lakh-Lakh Vadayian.. HAPPY GURPURAB 2021….!!
- May Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s spiritual teachings enlighten you and may you obtain whatever you wish for. Happy Guru Nanak Jayanti!
- Nanak naam jahaaz hai, jo chadhe so uttre paar! Happy Guru Nanak Jayanti!
- May his spiritual blessing illuminate your way. 2021 Gurupurab Di Vadhaiyaan!
- DASVEN PATSHAH SRI GURU NANAK DEV JEE DE JANAM DIYAN SARIYAN NU WADHAIYAN…!! Happy GURPURAB 2021…!!
- Nanak Naam Chardi Kalaa, Tere Bhane Sarbat Da Bhala, Dhan Dhan Sahib Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji De Aagan, Gurpurab Di Aap Sub Nu Lakh Lakh Vadaai…!!
- May Guru Nanak Dev Ji give you the courage and strength to fight the evil and always stand by the side of truth. Wishing you a very happy Gurpurab 2021!
- Nanak Naam Chardi Kala Tere Bhane Sarbat Da Bhala”, On Guru Nanak Devji’s Birthday wishing Babaji’s blessings be with you. Happy Gurpurab!
- On the auspicious occasion of Gurpurab, I wish that you are showered with Guru Ji’s divine blessings today and forever. Happy Gurpurab 2021!
- Warm & elite wishes not only for a special occasion but for today and forever….. Happy Gurpurab 2021!
2021 Happy Gurpurab Images
The Celebration of Gurpurab
On the occasion of Gurpurab, Gurudwaras are decorated with lights and flowers. Also, people lit clay lamps called Diyas with ghee in respect of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. Gurpurab festivities begin at least two days before with the reading of the Guru Granth Sahib, the Sikh community’s sacred scripture.
The Akhand Path is a 48-hour non-stop reading of the holy book. During the days of celebration, processions are performed in many regions of states like Punjab and Delhi, where people do a lot of Sewa by cleaning the road before the procession for the Palki or Palanquin and providing free food and beverages to everyone, regardless of caste or background.
The Panj Pyaras, the Five Beloved Ones bearing the Sikh flag, Nishan Sahib, lead these processions. The first Panj Pyaras played an important part in establishing Sikhism’s history since they were the first to be baptised in the Sikh initiation rite of Amrit Sanchar. Each Sikh guru has a unique collection of hymns that are chanted on their birthday. Following this session, people gather for a reading from the holy book known as the Katha or reading session. After this, people frequently attend kirtan, when shabads in honour of Guru Nanak are sung.
The festivities, like in all gurudwaras, do not end without a community feast known as langar. This is provided to everyone who visits the gurudwara, regardless of caste, creed, or religion. On Gurpurab, unique dishes are prepared as an offering to the Sikh community’s founder on his birthday. The meal is prepared at the gurudwara’s communal kitchen. And is served with love and respect to the ‘Sangat’ while doing ‘Sewa’.
The Significance of Gurpurab
Guru Nanak Dev Ji was born on 15 April 1469 at village Rai Bhoi Ki Talwandi in present Pakistan. The birthplace of Guru Nanak Dev Ji is now known as Nankana Sahib. Guru Nanak Dev’s parents were Mehta Kalu and Tripta Ji. Mata Tripta Ji was described as a religious woman. Guru Nanak Dev Ji also had an elder sister, Bebe Nanki Ji, who was married in Sultanpur Lodhi. Guru Nanak Dev Ji was married to Mata Sulakhni Ji and blessed with 2 sons, Shri Chand and Lakhmi Das.
Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s all teachings are in Sikh scripture, Guru Granth Sahib Ji. Guru Granth Sahib is the Eleventh guru of Sikhs and written in Gurmukhi. Guru Nanak Dev Ji did four journeys called ‘Chaar Udassis’ in Sikh Religion. He went all over the world along with his first follower Bhai Mardana Ji because he was concerned about disseminating God’s word. His mission was to lead the people towards the true path of religion. After completing his journeys to almost all of the areas of the world, Guru Nanak Dev Ji settled in Kartarpur and died there in 1539.
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