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bhaiya dooj in sikhism

asked 2015-11-06 11:01:07 -0600

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updated 2017-07-31 11:00:33 -0600

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many sikhs celebrate bhaiya dooj festival as the tilak ceremony was celebrated during the "Guru Gaddi" while Guru Gobind singh ji restricted for tilak. Is it right to celebrate bhaiya dooj sikhism? plz share information.

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answered 2015-12-09 10:47:45 -0600

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Bhaiya Dooj is a festival celebrated by Hindus of India and Nepal on the last day of the five-day-long Diwali or Tihar festival. The Festival is observed on the last day of the five-day Diwali. This is also the second day of the Vikrami Samvat New Year, the calendar followed in Northern India (including Kashmir), which starts from the lunar month of Kārtika. The first day of this New Year is observed as Govardhan Pūja. (cont...) On the day of the festival, sisters invite their brothers for a sumptuous meal often including their favorite dishes/sweets. The whole ceremony signifies the duty of a brother to protect his sister, as well as a sister's blessings for her brother. Carrying forward the ceremony in traditional style, sisters perform aarti for their brother and apply a red tika on the brother's forehead. This tika ceremony on the occasion of Bhai Bij signifies the sister's sincerest prayers for the long and happy life of her brother. In return brothers bless their sisters and treat them also with gifts or cash.

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answered 2017-07-15 05:00:53 -0600

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