Category archive: The Guru

Guru Ram Das Chetna Yatra

Sikh Dharma International has just finished the Guru Ram Das Chetna Yatra to Amritsar, celebrating the birth of Guru Ram Das Ji with the people of Amritsar.  People from New Mexico, Canada and Los Angeles, together with KRI Level Two Teacher Training led by Haridass Kaur Khalsa, experienced the amazing love of Guru
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Cuál es la diferencia entre el Shabad Guru, el Siri Guru Granth Sahib y el Gurbani?

El Siri Guru Granth Sahib es una colección específica de shabads (poemas) compilados por el Quinto Guru, Guru Arjan en 1604, con algunos shabads añadidos por el décimo y último Guru Sikh, Guru Gobind Singh. Comienza con el Japji escrito por Guru Nanak e incluye escritos de los primeros cinco Gurus Sikh y el Noveno Guru, Guru Teg
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What is the Difference Between the Shabad Guru, the Siri Guru Granth Sahib, and Gurbani?  

The Siri Guru Granth Sahib is a specific collection of shabads (poems) compiled by the 5th Guru, Guru Arjan in 1604, with a few shabads added in by the 10th and last Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh. It begins with the Japji written by Guru Nanak and includes writings by the first five Sikh Gurus
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The Greatest Meditation

Excerpted from the May 16, 1976 gurdwara lecture in Los Angeles by Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan My subject today is “The Greatest Meditation.” The greatest meditation is coming to the Guru. There is no meditation which can beat it. There’s no technology which can make up for it. There’s no grace which can
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“I Carry the Guru with me Everywhere”

“I don’t need to go to Gurdwara, sir. I carry Guru with me everywhere.” Our teacher began to address this student’s statement, “Yes, you carry Guru around with you always. That’s wonderful. But, why is it about your convenience? Why does Guru have to follow you? Do you call this devotion? Do you think
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