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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

Crown Yourself!

by Dharmatma Kaur Khalsa Sat nam. Today is Baisakhi 2013, and my heartfelt wishes that you feel renewed and strengthened with the Radiance of Guru Gobind Singh and the blessings of the Panj Piaray, the Five Beloved Ones. So I just found out that April 13 was International Turban Day. Is that cool
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Holy Holla!

The dusty roads between Garhshankar and Jalandar teemed with life. Surrounded by serene wheat fields lined with wispy trees, thousands of people motored up and down the cramped highway.  They dodged affable but incessant sevaks demanding them to receive Guru’s langar. Their heads adorned with orange turbans in celebration of Holla Mohalla (Holla), the Sikh
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