Sikh Calendar 2017 | Sikhism Festivals, Holidays

Sikh Calendar 2017: Below you can download a Sikh religious holiday calendar for the year 2017 by clicking on the "Download Calendar" button available below calendar image. Apart from a calendar, we've also shared a table which shows all the Sikh religion holiday. If you belong to Sikh religion then it's the right place to download a free religious calendar to get informed about all the important festivals & events of your religion. Sikhism is original in Punjab, which is a famous state in India. There are more than 20 million people in the world which follows Sikhism. Most of the people are in India and other countries such as Canada and many more. 

Sikh Religious Holiday Calendar 2017

List of Sikh Holidays in 2017

Day Date Holiday
Thursday5th JanuaryGuru Gobind Singh Birthday
Friday13th JanuaryMaghi - Lohri
Monday13th MarchHoli
Friday14th AprilVaisakhi
Tuesday18th AprilBirthday of Guru Angad Dev
Friday16th JuneMartyrdom of Guru Arjan Dev Sahib
Thursday19th OctoberDiwali
Friday20th OctoberBirth of the Guru Granth
Saturday4th NovemberGuru Nanak Birthday
Friday24th NovemberMartyrdom of Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib ·

About Sikh Religion

​Guru Nanak Dev ji founded sikhism with his nine successors (considered as ten Gurus of Sikhism). The Ten Gurus of Sikhism are Guru Nanak, Guru Angad, Guru Amar Das, Guru Ram Das, Guru Arjan, Guru Har Gobind, Guru Har Rai, Guru Har Krishan, Guru Tegh Bahadur, Guru Gobind Singh. Sikhism has 25-28 million adherents worldwide and is the ninth-largest religion in the world. There is one primary scripture for the Sikhs: Sri Gurū Granth Sāhib. The Guru Grant Sahib is the holy scripture of the Sikhs, and regarded as the living Guru. Sikhism is a monistic religion and states that there is one supreme entity holding control of the entire universe. This entity is referred to as Ek Onkar

The Noble teachings of Sikhism are:

  • There is only one God and the name of the God is Truth
  • Recognize inner truth through meditation and chanting
  • Live a simple and honest life
  • Treat everyone equally
  • Serve others

The main festivals celebrated by the Sikhs are Guru Gobind Singh Birthday, Lohri, Vaisakhi etc. We have provided you with free religious calendars which will help you track the holidays and plan something good for your family. These calendars are absolutely free and are available in different formats. You can download Sikh Calendar 2017 in word & pdf. You can also edit them before printing according to your use. They will be convenient for your use and will provide you a great help in managing your daily routines with the holidays.

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