AMRITSAR SAHIB, Punjab—Portraits of the renowned Raagis Bhai Hari Singh and Bhai Jaswant Singh Kular were installed in the central Sikh museum by SGPC on February 10. Notably, Raagi Bhai Hari Singh had served as Hazoori Raagi of Sri Harmandir Sahib for more than half a century while Raagi Bhai Jaswant Singh Kular taught the art of kirtan to more than 2,000 students.
Portraits of these renowned Raagi Singhs were unveiled by the SGPC President Gobind Singh Longowal following ardas by Bhai Kulwinder Singh. Before this, Hazoori Raagi Jatha of Bhai Karaj Singh delighted the present Sikh masses with melodious Kirtan.
SGPC Chief Secretary Dr. Roop Singh, who acted as stage secretary during this portrait installation ceremony, apprised the present Sikh attendees about the lives of Raagi Bhai Hari Singh and Raagi Bhai Jaswant Singh Kular. He said that the central Sikh museum is a place where the common masses get glimpses Sikh history, culture and struggle.
Family members of Hazoori Raagi Bhai Hari Singh and Bhai Jaswant Singh Kular were honoured with siropaos (robe of honour) by the SGPC President Gobind Singh Longowal on this occasion.Sikh24 Editors can be reached at email@example.com