Posted by Sikhnet& filed under 01-Guru Nanak, Legacy Organizations, Sikh History, Siri Singh Sahib Ji
Editor's note: This article was written in the 70's and reflects the 3ho community of the day. This is in honor of the 12th barsi of Siri Singh Sahib Yogi Bhajan who passed away on Oct 6th 2004.
S.S. Gurubanda Singh Khalsa - Pomona, California
At about the time when Columbus…
Posted by Guru Prakash Kaur Khalsa& filed under 05-Guru Arjan, Prosperity, Prosperity Shabads
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Written by Guru Arjan Dev ji, this shabad brings prosperity and abundance. Meditate on this Shabad or recite it 11 times a day to become fruitful and prosperous.
Siri Guru Granth Sahib ji, page 191
Ga-orhee mehlaa panjvaa
Sookay haray kee-ay khin maahay.
Amrit darisat sanch jeevaa-ay. ||1||
Posted by Snatam Kaur& filed under 10-Guru Gobind Singh, Around the World, Our Authors, Your Stories
In 1995, Snatam Kaur, Shanti Kaur, Sat Kirin Kaur and Bibiji were in India and had the blessing of participating in a walk from Anandpur Sahib to Dumduma Sahib. This is a poem written by Snatam Kaur about her experience there.
“Green trees in cool mud, away from the hot sun.
Villagers gather and…
Posted by Sikh Dharma Ministry& filed under 09-Guru Teg Bahadur, Ministry, Our Authors, Sikh History
Written by SS Shanti Kaur Khalsa, Española, NM
Courtesy of the #60 Summer 2016 SDI Ministry Newsletter
In the month of Vaisakh we celebrate the birth of the 9th Sikh Guru—Guru Teg Bahadur Sahib. His life is an epic story of bravery and fearlessness, devotion and meditation, and ultimately the sacrifice of his own life…
Posted by Bibiji& filed under 08-Guru Harkrishan, Our Authors, Sikh History
There was an epidemic of small pox in Delhi. Guru Har Krishan went to the place where the outbreak had occurred and through his blessing, a spring of sacred water appeared that could heal the people of the illness.…
Posted by Sikh Dharma International& filed under 03-Guru Amar Das, Sikh History
A trader by name of Goinda once hoped to establish a post at a ferry landing to take advantage of the traffic at the crossroads. He encountered a great many difficulties in launching this venture and asked Guru Angad Dev Ji’s blessing on it. Guru Angad asked his faithful follower, Amar Das, to oversee the project.