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The Five K’s – Kachhera

The following excerpt adapted from Living Reality by Bhai Sahiba Dr. Bibiji Inderjit Kaur Khalsa, Page 74-75. Guru Gobind Singh knew the physical and spiritual anatomy of the human being. The under shorts are worn so that the polarity of the second chakra (sexual, creative center) correlates with the breath
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The Five K’s – Kara

The following excerpt adapted from Living Reality by Bhai Sahiba Dr. Bibiji Inderjit Kaur Khalsa, Page 74-75. Guru Gobind Singh gave the kara, a steel bangle that women wear on their left wrist, and men wear on their right wrist. The kara is a sign of slavery and freedom. Guru Gobind Singh
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The Five K’s – Kangha

The following excerpt adapted from Living Reality by Bhai Sahiba Dr. Bibiji Inderjit Kaur Khalsa, Page 74-75 We put a wooden comb (kangha) in the hair so the electric magnetic field is stabilized and does not change. Guru Gobind Singh was the most scientific scientist. He gave us the wooden comb so that we
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Remembering Guru Teg Bahadur’s Sacrifice

There are many examples through history of people who gave their lives to defend their religious beliefs. But Guru Teg Bahadur sacrificed his life to defend the right of the followers of other religions to practice their religious beliefs. Just a few years before Guru Teg Bahadur was given the throne of Guru, Moghul
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The Parliament of World’s Religions

The World Parliament of Religions was a wonderful environment where people of all faiths and those who were interested in building unity of faith in the world gathered together to address the Global issues of our day.  Economic inequality, sustainability, global warming and care of the indigenous cultures, peace and women’s equality and rights were a few
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Guruka Langar

The Guru’s Kitchen There are many memorable aspects of a Sikh Gurdwara program, but most first-time visitors are surprised and delighted by the wonderful food that is freely served to the congregation at the conclusion of every gurdwara program. This serving of food is a long-standing tradition called, Guru ka Langar (the Guru’s kitchen)
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