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Camp Miri Piri 2018

Camp Miri Piri is a celebration and a dedication to Guru Hargobind, the sixth Sikh Guru who started the warrior tradition in Sikhism. He wore two swords calling them ‘Miri’ and ‘Piri,’ which represent the balance between spiritual and worldly powers. This concept of the warrior-saint has permeated the Sikh philosophy and lifestyle since that time. Camp
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Camp Miri Piri

Camp Miri Piri is a celebration and a dedication to Guru Hargobind, the sixth Sikh Guru who started the warrior tradition in Sikhism. He wore two swords calling them ‘Miri’ and ‘Piri,’ which represent the balance between spiritual and worldly powers. This concept of the warrior-saint has permeated the Sikh philosophy and lifestyle since that time. Camp
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Dhan Dhan Ram Das Guru

This is a live Kirtan by Chardi Kala Jatha recorded at Camp Miri Piri 2015.  Camp Miri Piri 2016 will be taking place in New Mexico, USA June 11-14 in New Mexico, USA.  You and your family are invited to attend Camp Miri Piri to take a deep journey within to experience the identity of the Spiritual
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Open Registration for Camp Miri Piri

Registration now open! Camp Miri Piri 2016: Saturday, June 11th through Tuesday, June 14th  in Española, NM, USA Camp Miri Piri is a celebration and a dedication to Guru Hargobind, the sixth Sikh Guru who started the warrior tradition in Sikhism. He wore two swords calling them ‘Miri’ and ‘Piri,’ which represent the balance between spiritual
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Camp Miri Piri 2016 Registration Now Open!

Camp Miri Piri 2016 in Espanola, NM, USA is Saturday, June 11th thru Tuesday, June 14th The goal of Camp Miri Piri is to challenge, uplift and inspire participants by practicing the technology of Kundalini Yoga as tought by Yogi Bhajan, the Sikh martial art Gatka, listening to stories about the rich tapestry of Sikh
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Camp Miri Piri 2015

Registration for the 2015 Camp Miri Piri is OPEN! What is it? "Not only did we learn about Sikh history and Sikh Philosophy, but the integration of kundalini yoga made the experience of Sikhi tangible. The practice of physical discipline and spiritual discipline made the camp a much more profound experience. “-CMP 2014
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