Saturday, November 26, 2011

21st Greatest Sikh Traitor Parkash Chand Badal inaugratesVirasat-e-Khalsa (Khalsa Heritage Complex)

Dear Sikh Cybermates and well wishers of Khalsa Panth,

Parkash Chand Badal , the 21st Greatest Sikh Traitor has taken the lead role in the recent inauguration of Virasat-e-Khalsa (Khalsa Heritage Complex) held at Anandpur Sahib, Punjab.

Parkash Badal (Extreme Left) and Sukhbir Badal (4th from Left) appear at Gurmeet Rahim Rahim's court

In this action, Parkash Chand Badal has shown hankaar, aakad, challenge to Akal Takht, GURU de SIDHANT nu Challenge, Panth De Granth nu SIDHANT challenge, challenge to SHASTAR te SHAASTER de SIDHANT nu Challenge. AKAL TAKHT and other TAKHT Jathedhars are silent!! We are being killed from our grassroots and when will the Panth Dardhi Sikhs wake up and challenge anti Sikh forces.  Enough is enough and action must be taken against such traitors and supporters.

Please listen to views of Bhai Ranjit Singh (Former Jathedhar) on this matter by clicking on link below. - Bhai Ranjit Singh Jathedar on Virasat e Khalsa - (Giani Gurbachan Singh) Virasat-E-Khalsa Vich Nahi Shirkat Karangay Amitabh Bachchan vs 1984

Bul Chuk Maaf
Randeep Singh Sydney

Virasat-e-Khalsa dedicated to humanity
Rs 300-crore monument depicts the history, evolution of the Khalsa Panth
Jangveer Singh
Tribune News Service

Asha Bhosle performs at the inaugural ceremony.
Asha Bhosle performs at the inaugural ceremony
Jaspinder Narula performs at the inaugural ceremony.
Jaspinder Narula performs at the inaugural ceremony.
Virasat-e-Khalsa's Israeli architect Moshe Safdie
ROLL OF HONOUR: The Chief Minister honoured Israeli architect Moshe Safdie on the occasion. He said Safdie had studied Sikh religion for two years before designing the heritage museum. Safdie said he wanted the museum to look 300 years old and he thought he had succeeded in this objective. Others who were honoured included noted filmmaker Bobby Bedi and designer Amar Behl for creating the exhibits of the heritage museum.
Anandpur Sahib, November 25
The Akalis today basked in the reflected glory of the steel petal roof of the Virasat-e-Khalsa that was dedicated to humanity in a ceremony that encompassed all faiths, but was essentially rooted in Sikh culture and tradition.
Badal, flanked by Akal Takth Jathedar Gurbachan Singh and the Sikh high priests, pressed a button to unveil the museum's inaugural plaque as the Virasat-e-Khalsa monument seemingly rose out of the hillocks in the background. Nihangs astride horses and on foot along with 'gatka' troupes dressed in blue with saffron colour turbans dotted the hillocks and enhanced the backdrop.
Asha Bhosle started the function with a soulful rendition of the 'shabad' 'Mera Sahib, Mera Sahib' followed by Punjabi singer Jaspinder Narula's 'Deh Shiva Var Mohe'. The programme ended with an 'ardas' by Takth Sri Keshgarh Sahib Jathedar Giani Tarlochan Singh.
A glider then showered confetti and flower petals on the assembled congregation that had BJP president Nitin Gadkari, Art of Living founder Sri Sri Ravi Shankar and Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal among others. This was followed by a fireworks display.
The inauguration clearly belonged to Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal. The veteran leader has achieved the unique distinction of being behind the creation of the Rs 300 crore monument destined to take the Sikh religious experience to a new level.
Rajya Sabha MP Tarlochan Singh set the tone for the function by reminding the congregation that the museum was the result of one man's dream. With elections in mind, he prayed to the lord to give Badal more time to complete all remaining tasks of the Sikh community.
The Chief Minister recollected his chance visit to the Holocaust Museum in Jerusalem and a meeting with its Boston-based Israeli architect Moshe Safdie. Calling the museum a culmination of his life tasks, Badal said, "I am satisfied that I have managed to fulfill the tasks set for me by the Guru.
Sacha padshah mehr karo, asin hor vi sewa kar sakiye (God bless us so we can serve the people even better)."
The Virasat-e-Khalsa stands at a site that is the birthplace of the Khalsa Panth. The second holiest Sikh shrine, Takht Keshgarh Sahib, is located here. It was here in 1699, on the day of Baisakhi, that 10th Sikh master Guru Gobind Singh founded the Khalsa Panth and baptised the 'Panj Piaras'.
Conceived as a repository of the rich heritage of the Khalsa, showcasing the history and culture of Punjab, the heritage complex has been built on a 100-acre site to emphasise the eternal message of the Sikh gurus.
The Chief Minister said that a never-before miracle in Sikh history would take place in the coming week — the inauguration of three more memorials to commemorate the two genocides that occurred in Sikh history and the victory of Sirhind by Banda Singh Bahadur.
Earlier, BJP president Nitin Gadkari said he had been in the construction business for long, but was impressed by the scale of the monument.
Spiritual guru Sri Sri Ravi Shankar said today's 'sankriti' had been saved by the Khalsa Panth and that the 120-crore people of the country would be indebted to the Sikh Panth for the sacrifices made by its gurus in the cause of humanity.
Also present were Swami Madhav Ashram Shankra-charya Bapu Asa Ram, Pakistani dignitaries Imran Masood (ex-education minister) and Rai Azizullah (ex-MP), former Canadian MPs Ruby Dhalla and Gurbax Malhi, besides Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Badal and other senior SAD and BJP leaders.




Badal to be honoured with Panth Rattan Fakr-e-Qaum
Gadkari says PM should have attended inauguration
Jangveer Singh/TNS

(L-R) Former Haryana Chief Minister OP Chautala, Punjab CM Parkash Singh Badal, BJP president Nitin Gadkari, Canadian MP Ruby Dhalla, Bapu Asa Ram and MP Navjot Sidhu inside the Virasat-e-Khalsa Memorial. Tribune photos: S Chandan

Punjab Deputy CM Sukhbir Badal, his MP-wife Harsimrat Badal and Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

Anandpur Sahib, November 25
After a successful political innings, Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal will now attain a place among the Akalis, who have won recognition from their community, with the Akal Takht jathedar announcing that he would be honoured with the title Panth Rattan Fakr-e-Qaum.

Akal Takht Jathedar Giani Gurbachan Singh made this announcement at the public meeting held here following the successful launch of the Virasat-e-Khalsa memorial.
The jathedar said this decision had been taken following a meeting of all five jathedars of the five Sikh 'takhts'. He said there was a consensus that Badal's contribution to the Sikh community was unique and deserved due recognition. The title will be bestowed on the CM on December 5 at the Akal Takht in the Darbar Sahib complex in Amritsar.
The rally also saw the Chief Minister becoming emotional, saying a new wonder of the world had been created for the next generation. He also described the occasion as humbling, saying such a mammoth task would not have been achieved without the blessings of the Almighty.
Claiming the heritage museum had been dedicated to humanity, he said Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had principally agreed to inaugurate the complex following a request from him. Badal said the state Congress leadership, however, dissuaded the PM from participating in today's historic function. He said personal invitations had been extended to all Congress legislators and MPs, but they seemed to have decided to boycott the function.
Badal said that it was the duty of the government to construct such memorials and the Virasat-e-Khalsa was a step in this direction. He said that his government would also dedicate to people the Chhota Ghallughara Memorial in Khanuwan Chamb in Gurdaspur district, the Wadda Ghallughara at Kup Rahera in Sangrur distrct and the Fateh Burj as Baba Bandha Singh War Memorial at Chhapar Chiri in Mohali district on November 28, 29 and 30, respectively.
SAD president and Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal said the government was committed to construct memorials commemorating the supreme sacrifices of the martyrs who laid down their lives for the Sikh panth. He said, "Nations, who forget their martyrs, are bound to vanish with the passage of time." He also appealed to the youth to take a vow to abstain from the menace of drugs to ensure harmonious and prosperous Punjab.
BJP president Nitin Gadkari, while appreciating the Chief Minister's initiative in establishing the Virasat-e-Khalsa, said it was unfortunate that the Prime Minister did not attend the function despite being invited by Badal personally.


  | Published on January 31, 2007 

Parkash Badal (Extreme Left) and Sukhbir Badal (4th from Left) appear at Gurmeet Rahim Rahim's court

Sirsa, Punjab (KP) - To amplify the desperate efforts being made to win the State Assembly Elections, reports are coming in from trustworthy sources that Parkash Badal, the former Chief Minister of Punjab, has visited several anti-Panthic elements in order to gain their support.  The Sirsa based Sacha Sauda cult, is amongst those that Parkash Badal has visited.  The self-styled cult leader, Gurmeet Ram Rahim-whose name has been augmented by Panthic newspapers for the past several weeks-is receiving heavy disapproval for trying to utilize his large following in manipulating the election results and cause tensions within the state.

Although the cult has yet to announce its plans for the assembly elections, the political party that can earn Gurmeet's 'blissful stroke' will be under a great advantage in the elections because the followers of Sacha Sauda surpass 50 lakh in population.  There are several other similar cults based in Punjab with a large following.  All of these cults, such as the Radhaswamis, Noor Mahal and Bhanearewale are expected to wreak havoc in the forthcoming elections.

Parkash Badal and other party members have been criticized in the past for working in agreement with anti-Panthic organizations.  Recently, Avtar Makkar, President of the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) and a close associate of Badal, received intensive condemnation for paying a visit to Baba Virsa in Delhi, seeking his blessings for the success of the Badal Dal in the Delhi Shiromani Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) elections.  Furthermore, a closed-door meeting was also held between Avtar Makkar, RSS supremo Rulda Sinh and Delhi based Avtar Hit.

Further reports have come to attention regarding the issue that many Akali leaders have also been holding meetings with the political wing of Dera Sacha Sauda.  Distinguished local members of Sacha Sauda, belonging to various villages have also been brought into confidence in order to win their support in elections.  In the past, Parkash Badal and his family members have met with other cult leaders such as the ill reputed Ashutosh Jha of the Noor Mahal cult and Hardev Sinh of the Nirankari cult.

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