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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The Royalty of the Khalsa

When Guru Gobind Singh Ji gave birth to the Khalsa, he gave us the gift of reunion with our royal, divine essence. Upon creating the Khalsa, he elevated humanity to go beyond merely praising God, and gave an exact formula to experience God in ultimate radiance and royal stature.
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The Soul is Always Noble

We have the four perfect gifts from our Guru: Bani, Bana, Simran, and Seva, that provide four indomitable pillars, by which we align ourselves with the pure noble spirit of our own soul, ever victorious over the ultimate bully—our own mind.
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A Truthful Path of Living

Truth is a hallmark virtue for anyone walking the path of Dharma because it keeps us real and dispels the veils of illusion that would otherwise bind us in life. That is why Guru Nanak starts Japji with the Mul Mantra by acknowledging there is only one Creator, then saying His name is Truth,
Sardarni Guru Amrit Kaur

Truth is My Identity

The Siri Singh Sahib used to tell us that there are three kinds of truth: Universal truth, circumstantial truth, and personal truth which only you know and nobody else knows. Every human goes through these three truths in their lives. The problem comes when we as humans become entangled in maya, and then we forget
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