Posts by: Sikh Dharma International

Martyrdom of the Akal Takhat

Twenty-eight years ago, on June 6, 1984, the sacred throne of the Akal Takhat came under attack. It was a tragic situation for the Sikh community. Siri Singh Sahib Bhai Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji believed that the Akal Takhat could never be destroyed without its own consent. He viewed the events
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2011 September Siblings of Destiny Meetings

Sikh Dharma Worldwide held it's Fall Siblings of Destiny Meetings September 21-24, 2011, in Espanola, New Mexico, at the Santa Claran Hotel. The Opening Gurdwara at Hacienda de Guru Ram Das Ashram was followed by dinner, and meetings concluded late Saturday afternoon after 3 days of legal updates, group breakouts, meditations, singing of shabads, and
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10th Anniversary of 9/11: Sikhs Participate in Interfaith Service

After 9/11/2001, Snatam Kaur Khalsa and Siri Kaur Khalsa initiated the first interfaith gathering in Eugene, Oregon. The historic 1st Christian Church provided a space for the initial gathering. The church has continued to host an interfaith prayer service on the 11th of every month ever since.  The church is 150 years
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A Time of Prayer, A Time of Peace in New Mexico’s Jemez Mountains

Sikh Dignitaries from India participate in the 23rd annual International Peace Prayer Day Saturday, June 21. Espanola, New Mexico. In the lovely heights of the Jemez Mountains, in the quaint New Mexico town of Espanola, the 3HO Foundation and the natural food company Yogi Tea co-sponsored the 23rd annual International Peace Prayer Day
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“The Awakening of the Khalsa” Explores the Akal Takhat Martyrdom

"It was the greatest sacrifice, which was offered. Guru Arjun offered himself against tyranny.  Guru Teg Bahadur offered himself against injustice and Akal Takhat offered itself against the treacherous scheme of ungodliness. The throne of God itself put itself on the line. The martyrdom of the Akal Takhat is a living symbology,
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6th Annual South-Eastern European Prayer Gathering

First Time Sikh Participation at South East European Prayer Breakfast By Simran Singh I'm hoping you'll enjoy the attached article on a recent trip I took to represent us in Serbia and Bosnia. I attended the South East European Prayer Breakfast, which is an event that resembles the US National Prayer Breakfast. It is
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