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New Fine Painting of Guru Ram Das

This article is courtesy of Sikhnet and written by Bhagat Singh Bedi. In this shabad, Guru Ramdas ji expresses the feeling of pain from being separated from Waheguru.... “My mind yearns so deeply for the vision of Hari, the way a thirsty man yearns for a drink of cool water.” –
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The Turban of Kings

This article is courtesy of Sikhnet and written by Bhagat Singh Bedi How to Tie Dumalla like Guru Gobind Singh ji, Emperor Akbar & Shivaji Maratha In this video, we will learn about the original Dumalla, what I call the Puratan Dumalla. It is our Gurus' turban.  We will also
Turban of Kings

Guru Nanak and the Two villages

This story was published by Sikhnet and was told by Manjeet Singh. Guru Nanak travelled extensively to spread the message of love, compassion and humanity, and to profess the purpose of human life on Earth. Nanak had gained immense popularity and was highly respected by all sects of society. The news of
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Nanak y la Cobra

Cuando Nanak era un niño, amaba meditar en Dios. Incluso cuando dormía, estaba con Dios. Una vez, se quedó dormido bajo un árbol. El árbol estaba dando sombra a su rostro cubriéndolo del sol. A medida que el día pasaba, el sol se movió y el árbol no pudo proteger el rostro de Nanak. Su
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Nanak’s talk with the Yogis

When Guru Nanak went out to the world he began spreading his message. He went to many spiritual centers, and everywhere he went he helped people and enlightened their minds. Many times he confronted the priests in charge and talked them out of blind rituals in favor of an honest true longing for the Creator.
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The Greatest Superpower

Have you ever heard of Super Powers before? Not super powers from TV or the movies but real people who have super powers. Perhaps you've heard of people who could raise someone from the dead or be able to stop the rain from falling, or make gold appear out of thin air... All over the
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