Jan 5 - Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti (Sikh) This is the birthday of the 10th and last Sikh guru, also the founder of Sikhism. Photo: Indian Sikh devotees carry the Palki Sahib, with the Guru Granth Sahib, the Holy scriptures of Sikhism, during a procession from the Sri Akal Takhat at The Golden Temple in Amritsar January 10, 2011 as part of the ongoing 345th Prakash Utsav birthday celebrations for Sikh Guru Gobind Singh. AFP
Sikhism - Waheguru is a term most often used in Sikhism to refer to God, the Supreme Being or the creator of all. The most common usage of the word "Waheguru" is in the greeting Sikhs use with each other: Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki FatehWonderful Lord's Khalsa, Victory is to the Wonderful Lord.
Gurdwara Guru Ka Lahore: a cluster of 3 Gurdwaras north of Anandpur Sahib in Punjab, are located at the site of Guru Gobind's Singh's marriage. It was not safe to go to Lahore, so the Guru said "We shall create Lahore here," so a camp was set up to look like Lahore where the marriage took place. Even after the camp has been closed down and disassembled the place continued to be considered holy. A Gurdwara was established at the camp site to which two more were added later.
Kartarpur: Where It All Began: Ever since India was divided into Bharat and Pakistan in 1947, Sikhs from all over the world have been travelling to Nankana Sahib (now in Pakistan) to honor Guru Nanak at his birth place. | Sikhpoint.com