Category archive: The Guru

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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Aap Sahaaee Hoaa ~ A Shabad to Block Animosity and Bring Protection and Prosperity

Written by Guru Arjan Dev Ji, the fifth Guru of the Sikhs, this powerful shabad can help overcome any obstacle. “This mantra meditation from the Siri Guru Granth Sahib is a gift to you that will let you penetrate the unknown without fear. It will give you protection and mental balance. It is very simple and
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Banis Diarios Entregados por Guru Gobind Singh

(Arte por cortesía de Sewa Singh Khalsa) Para apoyar el desarrollo espiritual propio, Guru Gobind Singh enseñó que es mejor cantar ciertos Banis cada día. Y algunos es mejor cantarlos a ciertas horas del día. Los siguientes son los Banis diarios dados por Guru Gobind Singh. Click aquí para descargar estos Banis
Artist: Sewa Singh Khalsa - sikhphotos.com

The Mother’s Prayer: Puta Mata Ki Asis

Every woman embodies the energy of the Kundalini Mata Shakti: The Creative Power of the Mother. When a woman decides to assist a soul in coming to the planet in human form, it is a tremendous responsibility. In Japji Sahib, Guru Nanak said that the human birth is very rare and very precious, for it is only
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Guru Nanak and Prayer

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.
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Master and Disciple

Renowned Canadian artist - Kanwar Singh, the painter/chronicler of Sikh History, painted this image, "Guru Gobind Singh: Master and Disciple."  It depicts a scene from the seminal event in Sikh history: the First Vaisakhi of 1699 and the Creation of The Khalsa. In the scene thus captured, we witness as follows: Having just
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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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