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Selfless Life of Bhagat Puran Singh in Pics

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Bhagat Puran Singh set out his life for the service of the suffering humanity- the greatest religion. It’s hard to imagine such a soul and even hard to explain his Sewa.

Bhagat Puran Singh was a selfless man, who for 365 days and 24 hours, begged for others. He loved and looked after those shunned by society. He even cured them. He did not have the shelter for himself but gave shelter to others.

Look at the Selfless Life of Bhagat Puran Singh in Pics


Bhagat Puran Singh Life1 - Eh Janam Tumhare Lekhe (www.sikhprofessionals.net)


Bhagat Puran Singh Life2 - Eh Janam Tumhare Lekhe (www.sikhprofessionals.net)


Bhagat Puran Singh Life3 - Eh Janam Tumhare Lekhe (www.sikhprofessionals.net)


Bhagat Puran Singh Life3 - Eh Janam Tumhare Lekhe (www.sikhprofessionals.net)


Bhagat Puran Singh Life3 - Eh Janam Tumhare Lekhe (www.sikhprofessionals.net)


Bhagat Puran Singh Life3 - Eh Janam Tumhare Lekhe (www.sikhprofessionals.net)


Bhagat Puran Singh Life6 - Eh Janam Tumhare Lekhe (www.sikhprofessionals.net) rejected padam shree award

Bhagat Puran Singh Ji Quotes

Here are some of the quotes of Bhagat Puran Singh ji

Bhagat Puran Singh Quote1 - Eh Janam Tumhare Lekhe (www.sikhprofessionals.net)

Bhagat Puran Singh Quote1 - Eh Janam Tumhare Lekhe (www.sikhprofessionals.net)

Bhagat Puran Singh Quote1 - Eh Janam Tumhare Lekhe (www.sikhprofessionals.net)

Bhagat Puran Singh Quote1 - Eh Janam Tumhare Lekhe (www.sikhprofessionals.net)

Bhagat Puran Singh Quote1 - Eh Janam Tumhare Lekhe (www.sikhprofessionals.net)


Bhagat Puran Singh Quote1 - Eh Janam Tumhare Lekhe (www.sikhprofessionals.net)


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  1. Francis E. Altillo

    November 14, 2015 at 9:04 am

    Good morning, Sir. Your webpage SIKHPROFESSIONALS.NET is really commendable and worth reading.

    I am a Filipino, working, and a father of a 5-year old boy. Born as a Christian, I turned to Buddhism 3 years ago after losing faith in God. However, during the past years I practiced different kinds of Buddhism (Theravada, Zen, Vajrayana Tibetan), I still found myself unable to transcend my selfishness and other forms of greediness. I even turned to Hinduism recently but could not come to terms in the belief in many gods.

    Until I encountered Sikhism through articles and videos on the net. The strong teaching of Sikhism in the belief in One God which is not confined to any religious sect is what pulls me to be interested in it. I have realized lately that I have lived the past 3 years of my life without acknowledging God (since in Buddhism, we did not believe in any Creator God).

    Today I ran across reading about Bhagat Puran Singh and his life and works with the physically and mentally challenged people. This good example is another thing that pulls me toward Sikhism.

    I would like to ask if even a Filipino can become or convert to Sikhism? Your kind response I would really be grateful for.

    Thank you. God bless.


    • Manoj madaan

      May 13, 2016 at 5:22 pm

      One should be honest to himself and GOD teachings of all religions are same . I am a Hindu but believe in both Ramcharitra Manas and Guru Granth Sahib.Sikhism is base on sacrifice and devotion.now u shouldn’t change ur religion just try to change our thoughts towards GOD.

  2. Puneet Singh

    November 16, 2015 at 1:54 pm

    Dear Francis, Thanks for your comment and question.
    Conversion may not be the appropriate word in terms of Sikhism. Adoption appears more appropriate.

    The first step would be to learn about Sikhism as much as you can. Learn about the teachings of Sikh Gurus. One can do that by browsing through the Articles, FAQ, Quotes, and Sikh Stories sections of Sikhism: Beliefs and Principles of Sikhism. One can visit the site from Other Sikh Sites section of Sikhism: Beliefs and Principles of Sikhism
    You then can visit the Gurdwara Sahib. Talk to anyone at the Gurdwara Sahib and asked to be shown around. If you know a Sikh, you can ask him or her to take you to the Gurdwara Sahib. Sikhs will be happy to have you in the Gurdwara Sahib. You can join the congregation, sing hymns, meditate on God, and consume Langar with the congregation afterwards.

    And now, how can one convert to Sikhism? The procedure of conversion to Sikhism is multifaceted and requires a lot of dedication and passion in its pursuit:
    a) Read profusely about Sikhism both its history and philosophy.
    b) Participate in Sikh congregations, go to Gurdwaras to sing hymns along, meditate on God and volunteer for service in Langar halls (the community eating halls in Gurdwaras), cleaning of premises or other tasks.
    c) Read Gurbani yourself. Though you can take guidance from others but essentially, it should only be between you and the God.
    d) Inculcate the basic virtues that will help you to maintain a Sikh lifestyle. Prefer a vegetarian diet, abstain from Alcohol and other drugs, maintain a simple and honest lifestyle, share what you have with others and always be ready to offer your help.
    e)And when you think you are ready, go to any Gurdwara Sahib and initiate yourself into Sikhism as a true Sikh by taking Amrit and adopting the five Symbols of Sikhism bestowed upon us by the 10th Guru, Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

    Once you become a Sikh, it will be far more easier to adopt the teachings of Sikhism but remember becoming a Sikh is not a goal in itself, it is only a road that will help you to reach your ultimate goal, the God.

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