The Beauty of Song of the Khalsa

This article was originally published in the November, 1995 issue of Prosperity Paths.  It is a beautiful description by S.S. Shanti Kaur Khalsa of Song of the Khalsa being sung at the first World Sikh Conference in Amritsar in 1995.  It is very vivid description and worth republishing..... The heat swirled around the people as the fans
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Aad Sach, Jugaad Sach, Hai Bhee Sach, Naanak Hosee Bhee Sach – Part 10 of the Mool Mantra

Excerpt from Lecture by Siri Singh Sahib Ji on March 4, 1979 "We can prove scientifically that our Guru is living. It is not a philosophy, though it is a complete philosophy; it is not a Ved, it is not a human being, though it is a surmounted, pure, vibratory human being. Even John
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Mind is the Link

by Siri Singh Sahib Ji If we consider that physical health is the sustainer of life, then mental health may be considered as the real essence of life. A man might be beautiful to look at and may have a very divine spirit and may be very healthy. God might have created him on
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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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General Protocols for Gurdwara Security Sevadars

Sat Nam, Dearest Family! Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh In the aftermath of the events of our recent history, especially the tragedy at Oak Creek, WI, the Sant Sipahi Security Advisory Team, an ad hoc security advisory group with an interest in serving the Sikh Dharma in matters of security, makes the
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Poetic Ardas

The Sixth Body, the Arc Line, is characterized as the Person at Prayer and according to Tantric Numerology as taught by Yogi Bhajan represents the balance between the physical and cosmic realms as embodied by Guru Hargobind Ji. SS Guru Kirn Kaur shares her experience with the Ardas, the Sikh prayer. For five summers during
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Let Your Ego Go

 Excerpt from a lecture by Siri Singh Sahib Ji on November 23, 2003 ... "The Divinity in its infinity has created a human machine so complicated and so sophisticated that it is beyond imagination. In spite of the fact that now we have all kinds of machines and we are checking the human inside and out,
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