I Am The Mool Mantra
[VIDEO] Siri Sevak Kaur relates the Mool Mantra to the self. Because we are all a little piece of God, this mantra describes the attributes of higher self of each human being.
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Anand Sahib: Spiritual Maturity ~ First Pauree
The soul has come to experience bliss through the Guru. The First Pauree (step or verse) of the Anand Sahib has to do with the very first year of a soul's life. In this first year, it is not the baby teaching itself. The first year's lesson depends upon the mother.
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London Exhibition: Sikh Soldiers’ Role in WWI
The exhibit will be open for 11 months. It marks the launch of a three-year project to reveal the untold story of how one of the world’s smallest communities played a disproportionately major role in the war.
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Crowds Gather to Watch Annual Sikh Celebrations
The eye-catching procession, which marked the 358th anniversary of the birth of the eighth Guru of Sikh faith, Sri Guru Harkrishan Sahib Ji, filled the streets with vibrant colours and joyous noise.
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NRI Bride & Prejudice
Knowledge is truly power. She was not allowed money, free communication with her family or travel. She was verbally and physically abused by her husband and his family. Desperate and near suicide she finally found the road to empowerment. Now she has an online business and hopes to go to college.
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SGPC & Basketball
The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) has criticised the decision of the International Basketball Federation to ban two Sikh players from playing in the ongoing Asian Cup basketball championship in Japan. Secretary Manjit Singh called upon the Sikh community worldwide to come out against this ban.
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Ludhiana World Record: Planting 1 Lakh Trees in 1 Hour
Ludhiana, one of the world's most polluted cities, according to the World Health Organization (WHO) - is attempting to break an environmental record, for the most tree saplings planted in an hour, as Ludhiana Earth Hour (8am-9am) on July 20.
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100 Year Anniversay: Sikhs in WW1 ~ Part 1
The story of the British Indian army on the Western Front starts on 6th August 1914. On that day, the War Council asks the Indian government to send two infantry divisions and a cavalry brigade to Egypt. The divisions chosen were the Lahore and the Meerut Divisions, later followed by the Secunderabad Cavalry Brigade which together formed the Indian Army Corps.
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Turbaned Outfitter Honored With International Award in D.C.
Plymouth city's favorite turban wearing councilor is to be honored with an international award at a religious conference in America. Chaz Singh is set to fly to Washington DC tomorrow to be part of an honorary banquet put together by the organization United Sikhs. He is set to be commended for being a "strong Sikh leader" and for his work in "breaking down barriers"...
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Sikhism: Continuity of Indian Culture
THE book desires to interpret the Guru Granth Sahib as it has put together hymns of Guru Nanak, Kabir and several other bhagats and saints. The study wishes to review its religious, spiritual and ethical opinions. The book seeks to maintain that monism and individual will can both be equally stressed.
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