Category: The Guru

Guruka Langar

The Guru’s Kitchen There are many memorable aspects of a Sikh Gurdwara program, but most first-time visitors are surprised and delighted by the wonderful food that is freely served to the congregation at the conclusion of every gurdwara program. This serving of food is a long-standing tradition called, Guru ka Langar (the Guru’s kitchen)
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August 2015 Numerology

August ~ Akaal Moort ~ Guru HarKrishan: Suffering of Separation and Purifying Compassion This reading of Akaal Moort cannot justifiably be called an exposition or explanation or expanded definition. Rather it can only be approached as a meditation; a reflective gazing into the Infinite Unfathomable depths of the Indescribable Divine. Yet when linked
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Guru Hargobind Ji

Guru Hargobind was the sixth Sikh Guru, following in the footsteps of his father Guru Arjan Dev Ji.  He was not more than eleven-years-old at the time of his father's execution, when he was installed as Guru. From his prison cell, Guru Arjan Dev Ji sent a message to Hargobind to cultivate and maintain an army.
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