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Guru Hargobind, the Emperor and the Tiger

Chandu and other enemies of Guru Hargobind learned of the Guru’s military preparations, and claimed that Guru Hargobind was not only converting Muslims to his faith, he was raising an army to avenge his father’s death. With this false rumor, they tried to convince Emperor Jahangir that Hargobind posed a major threat to his kingdom.
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Prepare Yourself to Serve the Age of Aquarius

Chapter 15 from Success and the Spirit, An Aquarian Path to Abundance by Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan  December 20, 1997 and June 21, 2001 Life is based on touch. We touch each other with our eyes. We touch each other with our ears. We touch each other with songs and words. We touch
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Poder (Shakti)

Poema escrito por  Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan y compartido en el libro Furmaan Khalsa Medita en Dios Ahora! E incluso si has desperdiciado tu pasado persiguiendo la Maya Puedes saber el Futuro. Asentando la respiración en el punto del entrecejo, La energía fluye a través de Ida y Píngala, El Shushmana
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Guru Arjan Dev and the Birth of the Guru Granth Sahib

Guru Ram Das had three sons. The child who was to become the Guru was the youngest. Born April 15, 1563, he was named Arjan Mal. Each of the boys had very different dispositions. The eldest, Prithi Chand, was clever in social and worldly affairs. He managed the Guru’s household and most efficiently administered the
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Sadh Sangat – The Company of Disciplined Spiritual People

This article is courtesy of 3HO Sadh Sangat means the company of disciplined spiritual people. Sadh comes from Sadhu (a Sadhu is one who does Sadhana), and Sangat means a group of people gathered together for a purpose. The best translation of Sadh Sangat is "the company of people who do Sadhana" or "the company of the holy.”
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History and Composition of the Siri Guru Granth Sahib

Excerpt from Chapter 3 of Victory and Virtue Guru Nanak brought the Word of God to manifestation upon the Earth. Through his Hymns and Prayers, he inspired and uplifted humankind to live a life of truth, righteousness and spirituality. These enlightening words were sung by his companions, Bala and Mardana, and by the Sangats
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