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Teaching of Our Guru:- GURPURAB

Gurpurab is one of the biggest festivals of Sikhs. The birthday of Guru Nanak Dev is celebrated as Gurpurab. It is celebrated in the month of Kartik on the day of the full moon known as Kartik Purnima Guru Nanak Dev Ji was born on 15th April 1469 in Rai-Bhoi-di Talwandi in the present Shekhupura District of Pakistan which is now known as Nankana Sahib. Guru Nanak Dev was the founder and first Guru of the Sikh religion. And hence the Guru Nanak Gurpurab or his birth anniversary is celebrated every year is the Gurpurab, by Sikhs all over the world. Some of the best of schools in Noida like JBM Global School has increased their student’s engagement with all the festivals to teach them equality and to make them understand that all are respectable and every religion has something to teach and we should always learn and adapt good things for better future because sense of unity is the source of power. In the Indian education system, the greatest challenge is the vastness and diversity in terms of languages, culture and acceptability of all religions. For imparting meaningful and creative learning it is important to place disciple in the first place.

Our learning techniques mainly focus to think critically and creatively not just by mugging bookish knowledge. To encourage quality education and hands-on dimension even to primary children it is necessary to educate one’s soul first which will define the intellect and its preferred sojourn.

Students in schools on Noida Expressway believe that festivals mark equality as despite their social status the rich and the poor. On Gurpurab, Sikhs wear new clothes and go to the Gurudwaras. The morning of Gurpurab starts with Prabhat Feris in the Gurudwara followed by processions in localities singing hymns. Sikhs offer their prayers and pay homage to the Guru Granth Sahib. On this day, the holy book of Sikhs, the Guru Granth Sahib is continuously read and recited in the Gurudwaras. Lamps are lit, processions are taken out, free langars (meals) are arranged and a sweet prasad is distributed all over the country. Festivals break the dullness of our daily routine life.

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