Amritsar, January 13
To propagate Sikhism, the SGPC has decided to engage Sikh researchers from various universities and conduct special refresher courses. Besides, a proposal was there to set up a religious advisory committee to make the work of Sikh History Research Board more result oriented.
Similarly, the history related to the establishment of the SGPC and the Gurdwara Reform Movement will be published with a contemporary approach. Apart from this, special research work dedicated to the 400th birth anniversary of Guru Tegh Bahadur and the 100th anniversary of Saka Sri Nankana Sahib will also be released.
SGPC chief Bibi Jagir Kaur, who held meeting with Sikh intellectuals, said, “At present many publications are required to be reprinted, for which work will be done as per the valuable opinion given by the intellectuals.” — TNS
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