About: Awakening of the Khalsa

The Throne of Deathlessness

Siri Singh Sahib Ji June 6, 1987 Guru Ram Das Ashram, Los Angeles, CA, USA Part of the “Awakening of the Khalsa” Series On June 6, 1984, the Akal Takhat, the seat of religious authority for Sikhs, was attacked. Many remember the tanks and bullets and thousands of lives lost, yet through the
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Recognize Your Infinity

Siri Singh Sahib Ji June 6, 1990 Guru Ram Das Ashram, Los Angeles, CA, USA Part of the “Awakening of the Khalsa” Series On June 6, 1984, the Akal Takhat, the seat of religious authority for Sikhs, was attacked. Many remember the tanks and bullets and thousands of lives lost, yet through the
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“The Awakening of the Khalsa” Explores the Akal Takhat Martyrdom

"It was the greatest sacrifice, which was offered. Guru Arjun offered himself against tyranny.  Guru Teg Bahadur offered himself against injustice and Akal Takhat offered itself against the treacherous scheme of ungodliness. The throne of God itself put itself on the line. The martyrdom of the Akal Takhat is a living symbology,
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