Khalsa Kirpans

 Jot Singh Khalsa                        Designer, Artisan, Businessman, Minister, Yoga Teacher, Author I’ve been designing and making knives, swords, Kirpans and fine jewelry full-time since 1978. Through good fortune, my work has been featured on book covers, magazine covers, in museum exhibitions and in print media published in 9 languages. My edged work has also won top
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4 Sons of Guru Gobind Singh

In the late seventeenth century, the city of Anandpur Sahib prospered and grew under the inspired leadership of the Tenth Guru, Siri Guru Gobind Singh ji Maharaj. Artists, poets, merchants, and devoted Sikhs swelled the population of Anandpur into a flourishing community. When the Guru established the Khalsa at Baisakhi 1699, the human spirit emerged
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December 2014 Numerology

December: Number 12 – Waves of longing joyfully returning to the Great 1. The Dharma of 12 is to remember and practice all that you know. The courage of non-existence that makes all existence possible. In non-existence you are a mirror to all. There is never a reason not to be happy. The Karma of
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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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Siri Singh Sahib ~ Dasvandh Lecture

Siri Singh Sahib Jii 12/31/1987 “There’s a word in Sikh Dharma and it’s a very beautiful word, It’s called Bheta. Bheta means offering. Charity or Dhan means what you give. Dhan means charity. Dhan, you give to the lower than you. Dhan you give to the needy. Charity you do with the needy or you share with others. Bheta is, you
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KC Report – 2014 – Fall

Dear Members of the Khalsa Council and the Sikh Dharma/3HO Community, Sat Nam and blessings to all.  Through the grace of Guru Ram Das, the Fall 2014 Khalsa Council Meetings were held on October 1st - 4th in Espanola, New Mexico. These meetings were unique in that we had a convergence of very significant events bringing
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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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