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Khalsa String Band

The wonderful Khalsa String Band was composed of the finest musicians of early 3HO. The 3HO musical scene had been taking shape since Yogiji began teaching in Los Angeles in 1969. Some of his earliest students had begun putting mantras to music and writing songs of and for this new and emerging spiritual family.
Khalsa String Band

The Naad of the Siri Guru Granth Sahib

(As explained by Siri Singh Sahib Bhai Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji) SIRI: (See + Ree) The entire light of the sun’s creativity. Lakshmi. Whatever has been created, whatever is possibly created, shall be created, can be created, is called "Siri." GURU: (Gu=darkness + Ru= light) From darkness to light, from ignorance to
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Celebrating the Birth of Guru Nanak Dev Ji

As was customary in India in the 1400s, an astrologer was called to cast the horoscope for a newborn infant. He amazed everyone by saying, “This is no ordinary child. This infant is a divine incarnation.” He predicted that this soul would have a profound influence on the world. The astrologer was definitely right, for
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Bandi Chhor Divas: A Day of Liberation

Guru Hargobind set off for Gwalior. There he found the prisoners living in terrible conditions without adequate food or clothing. Among the prisoners were rajas whose kingdoms and thrones had been taken over by Jahangir. The Guru lived with them, shared his meager rations with them, and comforted them with stories of Guru Nanak and
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What People are Saying about the “Deepening Your Personal Relationship with the Guru” Course

  Constance Mayer This course is delivering exactly what I feel my soul desires. A group of teachers and community committed to giving & receiving the teachings of the Guru. Åse Evebø Thank you so much for all this information! I`ve been reading for hours! And I will for
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How to Prepare GurPrasad

  Step 1 Wash your hands and do a short Ardas to bless the preparation. Step 2 Assemble the utensils needed for cooking Measuring cups Cooking spoons (preferably stainless steel) 2 pans (a wok is often used as well) one pan should be large enough for combining your ingredients
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