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Title Sri Anandpur Sahib te Vaisakhi
Description This small Souvenir contains three write-ups on the significance of Anandpur Sahib, historical day of Vaisakhi and the white falcon kept by Guru Gobind Singh. Written by Prof Joginder Singh, Principal Satbir Singh and Late Dr Taran Singh respectively. Besides, it contains message by the various officials of Punjab and Sind Bank including its Chairman S. Inderjit Singh. While Anandpur Sahib is a birthplace of the Khalsa and symbol of Sikh sovereignty, Vaisakhi Day stands unique in Sikh history. Guru Gobind Singh's white falcon / Hawk is a symbol of Sikh spiritual strength as well as all that is best in Sikh faith.
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