Australian Sikh community marks “Khalsa Sajna Diwas” with Nishan Sahib display near Parliament House

The management committee of Gurdwara Sahib, located in Canberra, has made an exclusive effort to mark the sacred day of “Khalsa Sajna Diwas” by displaying the Nishan Sahib on two main roads leading to the Parliament of Australia.The Nishan Sahib, a Sikh religious flag, is an important symbol of the Khalsa Panth, representing the sovereignty and freedom of the Sikh community. The display of the Nishan Sahib near Parliament House is a symbolic gesture of the Sikh community’s contribution to the multicultural fabric of Australian society.

Khalsa Sajna Diwas commemorates the creation of the Khalsa Panth by Guru Gobind Singh Ji in 1699, which marked the formation of a distinct Sikh identity and the commitment to the principles of justice, equality, and freedom.The display of the Nishan Sahib near Parliament House not only commemorates this sacred day but also serves as a reminder of the Sikh community’s role in promoting these values in Australian society.The Sikh community in Australia has a long and proud history of contributing to the social, cultural, and economic fabric of the country. They have made significant contributions to various fields, including politics, business, sports, and the arts.

The display of the Nishan Sahib near Parliament House is a powerful symbol of the Sikh community’s commitment to promoting multiculturalism, diversity, and inclusivity in Australian society. It is a reminder that we must continue to work towards creating a society that respects and values the contributions of all its members.In conclusion, the display of the Nishan Sahib near Parliament House is a powerful and meaningful gesture by the Sikh community to mark Khalsa Sajna Diwas and promote the values of justice, equality, and freedom. It is a reminder of the important role that the Sikh community plays in Australian society and serves as an inspiration for us all to work towards a more inclusive and multicultural Australia.

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