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Spreading the Word(s)…. and Music

The article below was written by SIRI VED SINGH KHALSA and originally appeared in Bead #17, the  Summer 1986 Beads of Truth. Before sharing this article, we'd like to take a moment to thank Siri Ved Singh. Siri Ved Singh's work of tirelessly initially audio taping and then later video taping the live classes
Spreading the Words and Music

The Sikh Concept of Guru

Guru is the Guiding Word for the Sikh, the student of Truth. But what does the word Guru mean? Literally, Guru means in the Sanskrit original, "from dark to light." It refers to that technology, that source, which takes us from the darkness of ignorance to the light of God. In the historic sense, Guru
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My First Turban

What is that?” I heard a huge voice behind me asking, as I sanded an antique Thonet bentwood chair. I turned to see Yogi Bhajan, my new teacher, towering over me with a most inquisitive stare. “It’s my turban, Sir,” I responded with great enthusiasm. It was actually a scarf that I’d managed to wrap enough
Divine Union Play, 3HO Anniversary, Janurary 5, 1970

A Joyful Noise

  In this article written in 2004 by Guru Dass Singh, which was originally published in the Aquarian Times, Winter of 2005 (Vol. 4, No. 4) Edition, he explores the first 35 years of music in 3HO.   I wanted to be a rock star. I had left Puerto Rico for Boston in
Guru Dass Singh on the left with guitar; with other early 3H0 musicians: Krishna Kaur, Gurushabd Singh, Livtar Singh and Sat Peter Singh.