6 Sikh bikers are traveling from the UK to India to spread the message of humanity:
The year 2019 marks the 550th birth anniversary of the first Sikh guru, Guru Nanak Dev. He was the person who founded Sikhism and one of the first lessons he spread in the universe was humanity. As per his philosophy, all humans should be treated equally without taking into account their position in society. It is a philosophy the Sikhs follow till date.
Sikhism is a religion that is said to be the purest one, where people follow every rule with full dedication. And they are proving this one more time, as a reminder of this philosophy, six bikers from Vancouver – who are a part of the Sikh Motorcycle Club Canada – have decided to go for a very special world tour.
In order to spread Guru Nanak’s message of humanism and to raise funds for Khalsa Aid International – so that the organization can continue to help people all over the world – the six bikers will be riding their bikes from UK to Amritsar!
As per the plan, the tour will be of 45 days. The bikers will be crossing multiple cities and countries before entering Turkey and then eventually making their way to Nankana Sahib which is Guru Nanak Dev’s birthplace in Pakistan. The tour will culminate at Harmandir Sahib (golden temple) in Amritsar.
This is a unique idea to spread the great message throughout the world and raise funds for an organization. We salute the riders, more power to them.