Posts by: Sikh Dharma International

Guru Hargobind Ji

Guru Hargobind was the sixth Sikh Guru, following in the footsteps of his father Guru Arjan Dev Ji.  He was not more than eleven-years-old at the time of his father's execution, when he was installed as Guru. From his prison cell, Guru Arjan Dev Ji sent a message to Hargobind to cultivate and maintain an army.
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Gurmukhi Script

From Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gurmukh%C4%AB_alphabet The Gurmukhi alphabet contains thirty-five letters. The first three are distinct because they form the basis for vowels and are not consonants, and except for æṛa are never used on their own. See the section on vowels for further details. The pronunciation of ਵ will vary between v and w depending
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Fateh for Life (Victory for Life)

Sikh Dharma International’s Fateh for Life (Victory for Life) mentorship program is launching its first component this coming spring of 2015. We are partnering with Miri Piri Academy to send 4 students and 1 chaperone to participate in The 3rd Great Asian Tour on Kundalini Yoga for Health, Happiness and Harmony which will travel to China, Mongolia and Japan. These
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Mural of the Golden Temple

In 1980, before I became a Sikh, I did a painting I called “Happy Hour”. In the painting my Kundalini yoga teacher, Sat Nam Singh, was sitting, clothed, on a bench at a bus stop surrounded by several figures wearing only clown make-up and accessories. Though the figures were obviously nude, all significant anatomical parts
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Born at Zero, Died at One

Once someone asked the Siri Singh Sahib: “Sir, we know who you are as a person, but what about the people who never got to or will get to meet you? The ones who are born after you leave your body, all of the yoga students? How can or will they be able understand who you are as a person? The Siri Singh Sahib said: OK, take a
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Mera Man Lochai

Mera Man Lochai The Bani of the Fifth Guru, Guru Arjan Dev, in the Raag (musical measure) called Maajh, Chau-Padas (Four lines per Hymn), First House of Raag. My mind longs for meeting the Guru (Guru Arjun Dev, not yet a Guru, expresses his desire to meet his father Guru Ram Das
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