Posts by: Sikh Dharma International

Raj Khalsa Gurdwara Youth Camp

SDI sponsored a youth camp August 5-8, 2014 at the Raj Khalsa Gurdwara in Sterling Virginia.  It was a four day camp of learning about the Guru, learning and playing Gurubani Kirtan, doing yoga and learning gatka.  The grand finale was going to the park for a game of "gatka wars" and playing kirtan as a group in
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Painting the Divine

The New Mexico History Museum in Santa Fe has a new exhibit called “Painting the Divine” centered around a collection of Images of the Virgin Mary in the New World. The event planners of the museum asked me if they would be able to view the mural painted by Ed O’Brien in the Siri Singhasan
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Meditation at Xiamen First Middle School

Provided by Gurubachan Singh (Seva translation by Ms. Chen Yichen) In the afternoon of March 29th, Gurubachan Singh accepted the invitation of Xiamen First Middle School and presented a splendid speech to senior high school students who are enduring great pressures of preparing for university entrance examinations. Those students were all amazed at
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Los Angeles Baisakhi 2014

Espanola, New Mexico Sangat Members, Sat Kirtan Kaur and Siri Sadhana Singh share inspiring words on their experiences of seva at the Los Angeles Baisakhi Day Celebration. Sat Kirtan Kaur Baisakhi is my favorite event of the year. While I deeply love Solstice, White Tantric Yoga days and the Guru Ram Das
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President Obama Greeting “Sikh friends” for Guru Nanak’s Birthday

On Friday, November 15th, President Barack Obama greeted "Sikh friends" around the world in remembrance of the birth anniversary of Sikhism's founder Guru Nanak, saying Sikh values of pluralism were also "central to who we are as Americans". The following is the text of President Obama's message: "I want to extend my best wishes to all
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Balance of Power

by Dharmatma Kaur Khalsa Sat Nam. What is balance of power? When I studied political science in college in the 70s, it referred to a bi-polar world, dominated by two superpowers: the USA and the USSR. At its essence, the matching arsenals (power) of each nation kept the world in a very
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Guru Ram Das and the Throne of Raj Yog

Yogi Bhajan talked a lot about Guru Ram Das in his teachings on Kundalini Yoga. He would say that Guru Ram Das holds the Golden Chain, that Guru Ram Das is the Lord of Miracles. But most important, he talked about Guru Ram Das as having the throne of Raaj Yog bestowed upon him.
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