Journey to the Heart of Sikh Dharma

I’ve been facilitating this wonderful small-group tele-course called Journey into the Heart of Sikh Dharma for 12 years and I love it.  I’d love for you to join me and others in this enriching experience.  What I particularly moves me about it is, I guess everything!  We get to hear from amazing presenters on so
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KC Report – 2013 – Spring

Sat Nam and blessings to all.  The International Khalsa Council Meetings were held on April 24 – 27, 2013 in Espanola, New Mexico.  By the Grace of God and the power of our prayers, the Khalsa Council was able to reconvene after a 3 1/2 year suspension. Read Full Report Below
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Siri Singh Sahib on Mothers and Women

Blessed mother, the Ashtibhujaa, the jananee, the divine, nursing and nurturing, the source of all affection, love and courage, the symbol of divinity, dignity and grace, reality among all non-realities, power among all the impotence, and glow against all darkness. The destroyer of the demons, ill will and negativity - cleansing and purifying the strength
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Dasmesh Gurmat Camp

An experience was what we were promised. And an experience is what we got! Dasmesh Gurmat Camp of Indianapolis Spring 2013 is what I'm talking about. Gurujot Singh (SikhNet), Gian Dharam Kaur (SDI) and Hari Simran Singh (SDI), the dynamic team that facilitated and managed over 100 children, not to mention many curious adults, with
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Book Review: Warrior Saints

Kashi House, “a not-for-profit publisher of fine quality books and art print on the cultural heritage of the Sikhs and Punjab,” have released a new edition of their 1999 release on Sikh martial history: Warrior Saints: Four Centuries of Sikh Military History Vol. 1. The authors, Amandeep Singh Madra and Parmjit Singh wrote the first
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Pilgrim’s Progress

Every year during Holy Week before Easter, thousands of pilgrims walk 1 to 100+ miles to the Santuario. They walk on the interstate. They walk across hills and mountains. They walk for their health, the health of a beloved, for gratitude, for knotty problems only solved by prayer. Some walk on their knees. Some
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