Did You Know What is the Slogan of Sikh Religion? | Sikh History | Sikh Religion Quiz

Did You Know What is the Slogan of Sikh Religion? | Sikh History | Sikh Religion Quiz

BOLE SO NIHAL, SAT SRI AKAL is a slogan or Jaikara (literally shout of victory, triumph or exultation). It is divided in two parts or phrases. The first, bole so nihal , is a statement meaning “whoever utters (the phrase following) shall be happy, shall be fulfilled,” and the second part sat sri akal (Eternal is the Holy/Great Timeless Lord).

The jaikara expresses the Sikh belief that all victory (jaya or jai) belongs to God, Waheguru, a belief that is also expressed in the Sikh salutation “Waheguru ji ka Khalsa, Waheguru ji ki Fateh” (“Khalsa is of God and to God belongs the victory”, or “Hail the Guru’s Khalsa! Hail the Guru’s victory!”)

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