Date: Saturday, May 22, 2021
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. MDT
Cost: Workshop is by donation – click here to make a donation to SDI Dasvandh
Rajveer Singh Khalsa
Rajveer Singh Khalsa is a Punjabi Sikh from Singapore who was inspired to practice Sikhi during his teens, when his mother sent him to a Sikh Youth Camp run by Sikh Sewaks Singapore. There he met a GurSikh by the name of Jasmail Singh Ji, who had studied with Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan. At age 19, Rajveer started studying Kundalini Yoga and meditation.
By the Grace of Guru Ram Das Ji, Rajveer Singh, originally from Singapore, and now living in Malaysia, has been teaching Kundalini Yoga since 1997 and teaching internationally since 2000.
Along with the Sikh Sewaks Singapore, Rajveer Singh put together the first Camp Miri Piri in 2004. Since then, he has continued to organize Camp Miri Piri events around the globe in Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, Canada and the US, where he has shared with the hundreds of participants, the principles of Miri and Piri (soldier/saint) inspired by Guru Hargobind Ji. He and the other Camp Miri Piri teachers do not charge for their time and teach at these events purely as Seva. The last seven Camp Miri Piri events which Rajveer Singh has organized have been sponsored by Sikh Dharma International.
Since 2008, he and his wife have run Chayo Studio in Malaysia which brings the teachings of Yogi Bhajan to people in that region. He also continues to travel and teach throughout Australia, South-East Asia and the USA.
Rajveer feels totally in his DNA that Siri Singh Sahib Ji blessed him and changed his life powerfully. For this reason, he continues teaching Punjabi Sikh Sangat in South-East Asia and has steadily, through love, inspired many youth and Sangat to Sikhi and to the teachings of Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan. Rajveer is totally Grateful to Guru Ram Das Ji for this blessing.