Akali

In the context of Sikhism, Akali ("pertaining to Akaal (Akal) or the Supreme Power", "divine") may refer to:

  • any member of the Khalsa, i.e. the collective body of baptized Sikhs
  • a member of the Akali movement (1919-1925)
  • a politician of the Akali Dal political parties
  • a term for Nihangs
  • a champion in League of Legends

Other articles related to "akali":

Labh Singh Saini - As Akali Dal President
... Akali Dal President-elect, Sardar Labh Singh was taken on a two miles (3 km) long procession on elephant back in Gujaranawala.More than 60 Akali Jathas, in their multi-colored dresses and turbans carrying swords ... As the leader of the Shiromani Akali Dal, Sardar Labh Singh, condemned Indian communists for their role in the partition and passionately advocated for the Prisoners of War (POW ...
Labh Singh Saini - A Prominent Freedom-fighter
... He was released along with other Akali prisoners after the passage in 1925 of the Sikh Gurdwaras Act ... of the district unit of the Jalandhar Akali Jatha ... a massive Sikh conference to celebrate the silver jubilee of the Shiromani Akali Dal ...
Shiromani Akali Dal Delhi
... Shiromani Akali Dal Delhi, a splinter group of the Shiromani Akali Dal ... Committee elections SADD contested with the support of Tohra and his Sarb Hind Shiromani Akali Dal ... politics Organisations Ghadar Party Shiromani Akali Dal Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee Haryana State Akali Dal Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar ...
Sehajdhari Sikh Federation - History
... Federation into a political out fit and named it as Sehajdhari Shiromani Akali Dal SSAD ... The Akali Dals in Punjab opposed the name “Sehajdhari Shiromani Akali Dal” and the Election Commission directed to change the words ‘Shiromani’ and ‘Akali’ from the title ... As the word ‘AKALI’ means ‘KHALSA’(Amritdhari) and Sehajdharis are not Khalsa hence the old name was selected by the National Council of the Organisation and the Election ...
Sikh Religious Extremism - Politics of The Early 1980s - Dharam Yudh Morcha
... The Akali Dal was initially opposed to Bhindranwale, and even accused him of being a Congress agent ... In August 1982, under the leadership of Harcharan Singh Longowal, the Akali Dal launched the Dharam Yudh Morcha ("Group for the Battle for Righteousness ... She used it to depict the Akali Dal as a separatist party, and to present herself as the India's savior ...