Posts tagged: khalsa

The Khalsa Way (the Song)

Written by Livtar Singh Khalsa Listen to the Khalsa Way:   Read the lyrics: Long ago and far away A man sat like a stone On a burning seat of red-hot iron ... To him it was a throne. For he was Guru Arjan, King of this world and
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European Khalsa Spring Festival

Hosted by the European Khalsa Network Annual Gathering of European Khalsa at the Baisakhi Celebration Guru Ram Das Aquarian Academy Boizenburg/Germany, April 13 - 17, 2017 (Easter weekend) Sat Nam Sikhs, Yogis and people of love! Let`s rejoice, chant and vibrate the Shabd
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Song of the Khalsa

On February 13, 1977, Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan said this about Song of the Khalsa: Mukhia Singh Sahib Livtar Singh, put our entire philosophy into one Song of the Khalsa, which we always sing with every prayer and in every congregation to remind ourselves that we must know who we are, what our
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‘Song of the Khalsa’ sword presented to the Canadian Prime Minister

Early in my career as a knife / kirpan, sword, and jewelry designer and maker, the Siri Singh Sahib Yogi Bhajan wrote me a letter urging me to 'make things that uplift and inspire people'. Since then, my team and I have consciously dedicated consistent efforts toward conceiving, creating and offering affordable artwork that uplifts
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The Beauty of Song of the Khalsa

This article was originally published in the November, 1995 issue of Prosperity Paths.  It is a beautiful description by S.S. Shanti Kaur Khalsa of Song of the Khalsa being sung at the first World Sikh Conference in Amritsar in 1995.  It is very vivid description and worth republishing..... The heat swirled around the people as the fans
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Balance of Power

by Dharmatma Kaur Khalsa Sat Nam. What is balance of power? When I studied political science in college in the 70s, it referred to a bi-polar world, dominated by two superpowers: the USA and the USSR. At its essence, the matching arsenals (power) of each nation kept the world in a very
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