Category archive: 10-Guru Gobind Singh

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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Jai TayGang ~ A Shabad for Prosperity and Imperial Dignity

Chanting and surrounding yourself with this Shabad will bring protection, prosperity, royalty and grace and will cut through karmic blocks. Written by Guru Gobind Singh Ji and included in the Dasam Granth, this shabad calls upon and bows to the power of the divine sword that represents the majesty and strength which can remove
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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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Raj Khalsa Yatra 2016/2017

SS Gurujot Kaur Khalsa, CEO of Sikh Dharma International shares her experience on the Raj Khalsa Yatra The Raj Khalsa Yatra, organized by Sikh Dharma International, was an amazing journey to India where we were blessed to visit the sacred Golden Temple in Amritsar and join in the celebration of Guru Gobind Singh Ji’s 350th birth anniversary in Patna Sahib. It was a
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Nuts and Bolts of Prosperity

We know the stories. We know how the Siri Singh Sahib (Yogi Bhajan) came to the West in the late 1960's, leaving behind his family and his job, and arriving with next to nothing because his luggage was lost. We know how he trained teachers rather than gathering disciples. We know how those teachers, especially
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Following the Echo of Laughter of Young Gobind Rai

There was an echo of laughter in the streets of Patna 350 years ago, when the amazing soul of Guru Gobind Singh Ji was born. Far from their familiar home in Punjab, Mata Gujri was traveling with her saintly husband and the ninth Guru of the Sikhs, Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib, on a teaching
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