Historical Background of Amrit Sanchar:

Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji, on the occasion of Baisakhi of 1699 A.D., chose "Panj Piaras" who rose at the call of Guru Sahib to offer their heads, and created "Khalsa Panth". At this historical occasion of great importance Guru Sahib prepared "Amrit" (Khandey Di Pahul) by reciting five "Banis" namely, Japji Sahib, Jaap Sahib, Sudha Swaye, Chaupai Sahib and Anand Sahib and baptized those chosen five Sikhs with it.

Amrit is compulsory:

After that Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji took "Amrit" from "Panj Piaras". From that day, to take "Amrit" (Khandey Di Pahul) from "Panj Piaras" was made compulsory by Guru Sahib for coming into the fold of "Khalsa". In this connection Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji has clearly given directives in one of the "Rehatnamas" (Manual for code of conduct) " Pratham rehat eh jaan khandey ki pahul chhake".

Efforts of Bhai Gursharan Singh ji:

Those who are blessed with grace of Satguru ji are chosen by Satguru ji for performing the tasks of Gurmat. One of such gurmukh jans is Bhai Sahib Bhai Gursharan Singh Ji, who is the founder and chief of Bhai Daya Singh ji (Nishkam)Satsang Sabha (Regd.), is a famous 'Kirtan' performer. Apart from singing Gurbani, he has always been preaching the teachings of Shri Guru Gobind Singh ji to Sikh Sangat that without partaking of "Amrit" from "Panj Piaras", none can gain entry into the fold of 'Sikhism'. He has made tremendous efforts to inspire 'Sikh Sangat' to take 'Amrit'. He has always preached the message of Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji, that if you want to cleanse your souls, which have become impure through the ages, you should take "Amrit" and become Guruwala. And after taking Amrit it is essential for a sikh to attune and harmonise with Gurshabad and lead a pious life according to the teachings of Guru Sahib. Since the inception of the institution, Bhai Daya Singh ji (Nishkam) Satsang Sabha (Regd.) , Bhai Gursharan Singh ji has been organizing 'Amrit Sanchar' programmes in large number, in Ludhiana and in the other cities of India, wherever he goes for performing kirtan. Currently, the Amrit Sanchar programmes are held at the occasion of 'Annual Gurmat Samagams'. By the grace of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji, not only in Ludhiana, thousands from amongst sangat have taken Amrit and have become Guruwala with the efforts of Bhai Sahib Bhai Gursharan Singh Ji (Ludhiane Wale).