International Gatka Organisation
Sikh Martial Arts
A military dicipline for all mankind
Khalsa Akaal Puraak ki fauj, Pargatiou Khalsa Parmata ki Maouj
Weapons | Shasters
"I am thine, death is nothing to me.
I wear arms not to kill but to dazzle with them,flash the eyes of cowardly kings
and to blazon in letters of fire the supreme majesty of love over all.
I need no kingdoms on this earth; I lust not for shining Gold nor for the beauty of woman.
I own nothing. All belongs to Him, the Lord.
If he has chosen to adorn my smile of knowledge-Absoloute with the flash of His cleansing sword it is His pleasure.
My religion then is of His Sword.
Guru Gobind Singh
An amazing footage of a khalsa warrior getting ready with his weapons.
Hola Mehela Sri Kesh Ghar Sahib 2002
Bhaji Sahib takes 3 to 4 hours each day to get ready fully dressed and ordained with the dazzel and glamour of all his weapns.
Dah-e-ahini used by Guru Gobind Singh ji to rip open chain mail and helmets worn by the enemy.
Shamsheer-e-Tegha, scimitar of Guru Gobind Singh Ji.
Saif - Gifted by Bahadur Shah
Kirpa Barsha. In the year 1673 when Guru Sahib Ji was engaged to Mata Jito Ji, Guru ji's father-in -law wanted the marriage party to go to Lahore. However, instead of going to Lahore Guru Ji established a new township near Anandpur Sahib and named it Guru Ka Lahore. When the residents complained of water shortage, Guru Ji struck the ground with this very barsha and water came gushing out.
Bandook presented to Guru Gobind Singh Ji
Dhal (shield) made of hippoptamus skin used by Guru ji