Category archive: Sikh Dharma International

KC Report – 2018 – Spring

The International Khalsa Council met in Espanola, New Mexico on April 25 – 28th, 2018 for its Baisakhi meetings. Comprised of approximately 100 Ministers and leaders from the global Sikh Dharma community, the Khalsa Council serves as a leadership body for our Dharma, meeting twice a year to discuss issues of relevance to the present and
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Statement by SDI and the International Khalsa Council

As Sikhs, we believe in the equality and dignity of all human beings. Sikhs stand for truth, social justice and freedom for all.  Sikh Dharma International and the International Khalsa Council, a body of Sikh Ministers and leaders, stand united with all people of love and consciousness to speak out against the current US
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Bowing to the Guru

Courtesy of the Spring 2018 Ministry Newsletter We asked Sikh Dharma Ministers to reflect on the question: “What does it mean to bow to the Siri Guru Granth Sahib?” Here are a few thoughtful replies: An Act of Devotion SS Sada Sat Simran Singh Khalsa, Santa Fe NM, USA Bowing one’s head isn’t just
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Mensaje de Fin de Año 2017 de la CEO

Querida Familia Sikh Dharma, Afectuosos Saludos a todos ustedes en este maravilloso momento del año, en el que podemos reflexionar acerca de las bendiciones del pasado año con gratitud, y podemos mirar hacia adelante al año que viene con renovada esperanza y compromiso. A nosotros en Sikh Dharma Internacional nos gustaría expresar nuestra
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Resistencia

Por SS Kartar Singh Khalsa, Sterling VA Invierno 2017 Boletín del Ministerio de SDI Déjame ser claro – Actualmente yo no leo mis banis cada día, aunque lo hice como una práctica diaria por muchos años. Así que déjame hablar honestamente y abiertamente acerca del tema de la resistencia. Tres veces el
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Journey into the Heart of Sikh Dharma (2016-2017 Testimonials)

Visit www.jhsd.org for more information about this course When I began the course I did not have much knowledge of Sikh Dharma and Sikh writings, other than Japji.  My main goals were to learn about Sikh prayers, philosophy and ceremony, as well as deepen my relationship with the Guru.  It has been an amazing
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Un Río Tranquilo

Por SS Dr. Shanti Shanti Kaur Khalsa, Española NM Invierno 2017, Boletín del Ministerio de Sikh Dharma Internacional Has escuchado esta historia? Cuando Guru Gobind Singh tenía 16 años, recibió una invitación del Medni Parkash, el gobernante del Estado de Nahan, para seleccionar cualquier lugar en el reino para asentarse permanentemente. El
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Resistance

by SS Kartar Singh Khalsa, Sterling VA Winter 2017 SDI Ministry Newsletter Let me be clear—I don’t currently read my banis every day, although I did so as a daily practice for many years. So let me speak honestly and openly about the topic of resistance. Three times the Siri Singh Sahib told me—all
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The Rhythm of Life

by SS Prabhu Prakash Kaur Khalsa, on the road USA Winter 2017 SDI Ministry Newsletter Like my mother before me, I’ve been a singer all my life. While still in the womb, I absorbed my mother’s joy of devotional singing and the love she projected through her voice. I can’t remember a time in my
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The Highest Meditation

by SS Siri Bhrosa Kaur Khalsa, Anandpur Sahib India Winter 2017 SDI Ministry Newsletter My personal approach to reading the banis has always been a very practical one. I feel that reading the banis in the vernacular (in English or whatever your native tongue) and pondering on the meaning of the words, either one line or
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