PM Narendra Modi will on Saturday address the Gurpurab festivities of Guru Nanak, occurring at Gurudwara Lakhpat Sahib, in Kutch, in his home territory of Gujarat, the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) informed. The Prime Minister’s address, said his office, will start at around 12:30pm, and will happen through video conferencing.
Giving further subtleties, the PMO said that consistently, from December 23 to 25, the Sikh Sangat of Gujarat gather at Gurudwara Lakhpat Sahib to observe Gurpurab, the birth commemoration of Guru Nanak, who established Sikhism, and was the first of the local area’s 10 Gurus.
“Master Nanak Dev Ji remained here over the span of his movements. Lakhpat Sahib has his relics including wooden footwear and support, just as compositions and stamping contents of Gurmukhi,” the workplace noted in its articulation.
The place of worship endured harms during the 2001 seismic tremor, the PMO said further, adding that as the then boss clergyman of Gujarat, PM Modi took pressing endeavors to fix the harms.
“This showed the profound worship of the Prime Minister for the confidence, as additionally reflected in various ongoing undertakings, including the festivals of 550th Parkash Purab of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, 350th Parkash Purab of Guru Gobind Singh Ji, and 400th Parkash Purab of Guru Tegh Bahadur ji,” the delivery expressed.