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Yogi announces Sikh gurus’ history will be included in school syllabus

"No society can move ahead if it forgets history. The Sikh society is known for its hard work. The Sikh gurus sacrificed their lives to defend the Hindu religion. The country will always remember this," Adityanath said.

By: PTI | Lucknow |
December 27, 2020 9:25:04 pm
yogi adityanath, sikh history, school syllabus, yogi, education newsDecember 27 will be celebrated every year as Sahibzada Diwas in all schools. (Express photo by Jaipal Singh/Representational)

The history of Sikh gurus will be included in the school curriculum in Uttar Pradesh, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath announced on Sunday.

Adityanath said this at a Gurbani Kirtan held at his residence on the occasion of ‘Sahibzada Diwas’, which marks the martyrdom of four ‘sahibzada’ of Sikh guru Guru Gobind Singh and Mata Gujri.

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Adityanath, who sported a saffron turban, said, “The history of Sikh gurus will be a part of the syllabus. Apart from this, December 27 will be celebrated every year as Sahibzada Diwas in all schools. Today is the day to pay gratitude to the sons of the Guru and mother who martyred their lives for the motherland, country, and religion.”

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Deputy Chief Ministers Keshav Prasad Maurya and Dinesh Sharma, and Cabinet ministers attended the programme.

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“No society can move ahead if it forgets history. The Sikh society is known for its hard work. The Sikh gurus sacrificed their lives to defend the Hindu religion. The country will always remember this,” Adityanath said.

The chief minister, his ministerial colleagues, and seers from the Sikh community also accepted the ‘langar prasad’ on the occasion, the UP government said in a statement.

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First published on: 27-12-2020 at 09:25:04 pm

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