Anand Karaj Hukamnama at Gurdwara

Here is a clip from Gurdwara, during the Anand Karaj (Wedding) of Krishan Shiva Singh and Sat Darshan Kaur.

6 Responses to “Anand Karaj Hukamnama at Gurdwara”

  1. Whaheguru ji ka Khalsa, Whaheguru ji ke Fateh.

    Sat Nam.

    Beloved Gurumustuk,your blog is inpiring and powerful.Embrace the critisms.Good work brings out reactions.Keep up and our prayers are with you.Sat Nam.

    Humbly yours,

    Rajveer Singh Khalsa.
    House of Guru Ram Das ji,Singapore.

  2. Anonymous says:


    how u doing? ok? Good, i have been to lots of sikh weddings but always wondered what the words ment when the bride and groom were going around the Holy Granth Sahib, like what the actual vowels are…could you please enlighten me??? give my congrats to the bride groom if u happen to know them:)



  3. xSHANTIx says:

    aww makes me want married NOW..heheh ive never been to a Sikh wedding it looks beautiful and very spiritual aww i think im gona cry..nice clip and wish the couple well :o)

  4. Jaspal says:

    Gurumustuk, in Panjabi weddings after all the “business” is done, we get alot of speeches, do you guys do that aswell? (like the president of the Gurdwara giving a speech or lecture to the married couple..etc.)

    Or is it just back to back Sikhi related?

  5. Depending on the Granthi or person leading the Wedding, many times they do talk to the couple about marriage and what the meaning of the ceremony is. It is really a very nice and welcome thing though and very personal. This is normally done BEFORE the wedding.

  6. Anonymous says:

    waheguru ji ka khalsa, whaeguru ji ke fateh

    what does the anand karaj mean in english?? is it like the vowels me make at the registry office?