The First Vaisakhi, 1699
Three hundred and some years ago, the finite being known as Guru Gobind Singh, the father of the Khalsa, could see the unseen times to come. He said not a word from himself because he was not himself. He was the very Self of God!
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Annual Turban Day in Norway
[VIDEO] An initiative of Oslo's Sikh community, the event is spearheaded by the Unge Sikher (Sikh Youth) under the banner of the Gurdwara Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji Oslo.
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Vaisakhi Documentary by BBC
[VIDEO] This is a documentary about the Sikh festival called Vaisakhi produced and directed by John Deol and first broadcast on BBC1 on Sunday 10th April. Very good for explaining to people what Vaisakhi is about.
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Savneet Singh, 29 ~ Gold Bullion International, President
[VIDEO] Savneet Singh once dreamed of playing professional tennis. As a teenager, he even beat a young Andy Roddick at a tennis camp. But despite Mr. Singh's talent, he knew a professional sports career would be risky when it came to making a living.
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Langar in Bedford ~ Curry for Needy
A local community group is launching a free hot curry service for vulnerable people in Bedford. The service is run by volunteers from the Akaal Seva group which aims to improve the quality of life for Bedford people.
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Women Restoring Sikh Art at Golden Temple
Even though women are barred from performing kirtan at the Golden Temple, a team of women now shoulder the responsibility of restoration of the fast deteriorating wall decorations within the Darbar Sahib.
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Historic Sikh Frescos Damaged at Golden Temple
The rare fresco that adorns the ‘samadh’ in front of the Golden Temple’s main entrance has suffered further damage as the authorities and its caretakers have failed to initiate any steps for its conservation.
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Rare Sikh Manuscripts at Max Macauliffe Conference
The conference which took place in Ireland exposed and explained the history of a number of rare manuscripts. Essentially the lecture covered Sikh translations and how different translators viewed the Sikh Scriptures.
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6th Exhibit of Komagata Maru at Sikh Museum
The year 2014 marks the Centennial year of the Komagata Maru episode of 1914. The Sikh Heritage Museum exhibition on the incident is titled: “Challenge and Denial – Komagata Maru 100 years later 1914-2014.”
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3 Ways Kirtan Kriya Helps Keep Your Brain Sharp
Dr. Dharma Khalsa: An easy, low cost, side effect-free way to boost your brain power and help you be healthier and more spiritually attuned as you age....
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