Posted by Sikhnet& filed under 01-Guru Nanak, Sikh History
Guru Nanak was a grown up man now, and he had begun to travel and teach. He walked everywhere on foot with his friends and wherever they went, they sang. His friends were Mardana, who was a Muslim, and Bala, who was a Hindu. Those were the two main religions in India during that time.…
Posted by Sikhnet& filed under 01-Guru Nanak, Sikh History, Videos
A very beautiful true story about Guru Nanak Dev Ji.
Listen to this story, courtesy of Sikhnet
When Guru Nanak was traveling, he came to a village where a robber lived. The robber’s name was Bhoomi Daku. No one liked him because he was a thief. When he saw Guru Nanak,…
Posted by Sikh Dharma Ministry& filed under Bani, Ministry, Sikh Dharma Technology, Sikh History
by SS Dr. Kirpal Singh Khalsa, Espanola NM
Winter 2017 SDI Ministry Newsletter
Jaap Sahib is Guru Gobind Singh’s Bani (sacred hymn) that uplifts the soul, gives the experience of infinity and expands the radiance of the human psyche. It is Gurbani, the Guru’s hymn, and recited in Naad, the sacred sound current.
Posted by Sikh Dharma Ministry& filed under 10-Guru Gobind Singh, Around the World, Ministry, Sikh History
by SS Dr. Shanti Shanti Kaur Khalsa, Espanola NM
Winter 2017 SDI Ministry Newsletter
Have you heard this story?
When Guru Gobind Singh was 16 years old, he received an invitation from Medni Parkash, the ruler of the Nahan State, to select any place in the kingdom to settle permanently.
Posted by Sardarni Guru Amrit Kaur& filed under 10-Guru Gobind Singh, Sikh History
Guru Ka Lahore is a small village located in the Bilaspur district of the State of Himachal Pradesh. Guru Ka Lahore is located 13 km from Anandpur Sahib. There are 4 Historic Sikh Gurdwaras at Guru Ka Lahore.
The marriage arrangement of young Gobind Rai (the future Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji) took place…
Posted by Guru Singh Khalsa& filed under 04-Guru Ram Das, Sikh History, Siri Singh Sahib Ji, Videos
The Lost Kriya of Yogi Bhajan taught by Guru Singh
With Music by Feather & Dot
“In 1968, Yogi Bhajan came to the West to bring the technology of Kundalini to those who would listen. To those that would awaken – in order to counteract the unconsciousness that’s taking place on Earth at this time…
Posted by Sikh Dharma International& filed under 07-Guru Har Rai, Sikh History
Un giorno qualcuno pose a Guru Har Rai (7° Guru nella cultura e tradizione Sikh) una domanda: “Guru Ji, noi recitiamo così tanto il Gurbani (lett. “la parola del Guru” o “gli insegnamenti del Guru”). Talvolta non comprendiamo ciò che cantiamo. C’è una qualche utilità nel recitare queste parole sacre quando non ne capiamo il…
Posted by Jot Singh Khalsa& filed under Sikh History, Your Stories
Jot Singh Khalsa, Master Sword Maker and Jewelry Maker, shares his experience of the Raj Khalsa Yatra.
It was my good fortune to have been requested to make a special sword, that was presented in Patna India honoring the 350th birth anniversary of one of humanity's most revered and respected humanitarians, the…
Posted by Sikhnet& filed under 07-Guru Har Rai, Gurpurbs, Legacy Organizations, Sikh History
One day someone asked Guru Har Rai a question, “Guru ji, we always sing so much Gurbani. Sometimes we don't understand what we are singing. Is there any use in singing these holy words when we don't know what they mean?”
Guru ji didn't answer at that moment, he just smiled and waited till…
Posted by Sikh Dharma International& filed under Publications, Sikh Dharma Technology, Sikh History
Source: Heroes, Saints & Yogis by Shakti Parwha Kaur Khalsa and Guruka Singh Khalsa
In 1975, Livtar Singh Khalsa (Atlanta, Georgia) composed this song recounting some of the major events in Sikh history. The Siri Singh Sahib directed that “The Song of the Khalsa” be sung in every Gurdwara immediately before the Anand Sahib. He…