The Sikh National Anthem (aka Chanting Sat Nam)

This is an old classic 3HO song titled “The Sikh National Anthem” which was written by Guru Dass Singh Khalsa back in the 1970s, when many young westerners were learning about Sikhism and sharing the inspiration and love for the Guru through music. Click on the above link for a version of this The Sikh National Anthem
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SACH KHAND: The Realm of Ultimate Truth

SiriKartar Kaur gifted a beautiful and consciously thoughtful mural titled “Sach Khand” to Miri Piri Academy.  Here is the story behind it: Every stroke of art in the mural holds special significance, weaving together the fabric of spirituality and cultural heritage to decorate our school and inspire our students, staff and visitors.
Siri Kartar Mural

Guru Har Krishan Jotijot & Guru Tegh Bahadur Gurugaddi

In Sikh history, moments of transition hold profound significance, signaling shifts in leadership that shape the course of the faith. Such a pivotal juncture occurred with the passing of Guru Har Krishan, the eighth Sikh Guru, and the ascension of Guru Tegh Bahadur as the ninth Guru.
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Earth – The Great Cooking Pot

We are living in a time of turmoil for Mother Earth. The planet we call home is facing the extinction of species, deforestation, climate change, rising sea levels and many other problems. These problems are a result of the way modern society exploits the earth and her resources – the way we relate to the
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NURTURING THE RADIANT SPIRIT: A REFLECTION ON THE YOUNG SAINTS AT MPA

by SS Sukhdev Kaur Khalsa, Raasiku, Estonia (as shared in the Ministry 2024 First Quarter newsletter) I’m sitting by the window at our MPA campus. The winter fog has draped the whole of Punjab, bringing a deep calm into the surroundings. Nevertheless, as we celebrate Guru Gobind Singh’s birthday, the air is
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