SEWA ~ Part II of II
Physical 'Sewa' assists in tuning with mental Sewa and leads eventually to realization of Creator. 5th Guru Arjan Dev ji, who himself often used to 'Mutti- Chappi' -massaging the feet of people, who came for his 'Darshan'.
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'SEWA' ~ Part I of II
Bhai Gurdas ji states in above line, if one is not performing 'Sewa' (service), your hands + feet are- Dhrig, Dhrig translated is like having a curse. Also anything else one does is fruitless performing to him.
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Sikh Community Proud of Service to Flood Victims
Sikh organizations of India and abroad, who came forward in helping the victims of natural disasters of Jammu & Kashmir, have made the Sikh community feel proud all around the world.
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Sikh Relief UK Continues Relief Operation in Flood Hit Areas of Kashmir
Bottles of mineral water, clothes, medicines and foodstuffs are being provided to the flood affected people. Pregnant women that were lacking any assistance are being treated affectionately by the volunteers of the Sikh body.
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Golden Temple Airlifts Food for 100,000 in Kashmir
May this tradition of community service continue to define and give a meaning to our existence. Guru ka langar, by this initiative, has reaffirmed that in times of crisis it is humanity that rises to the occasion, relegating all religious and other differences to the back burner.
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1984 Living History Project ~ Volunteers Speak
It was not an easy and simple experience for the interviewing team. Witnessing the narratives and recording their experience they often had to transcend their overwhelming emotions when they shed tears with the persons that they interviewed.
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The Sikh Camaraderie Society
A relief camp started by Kashmiri Sikhs a day before deluge hit Srinagar inside a Gurduwara in uptown Srinagar provided timely rescue and relief to thousands of flood-ravaged people. Three weeks after, the camp is still busy providing relief to an unending rush of flood-hit.
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Khalsa Aid: Where Few Dare to Go
Six weeks ago, Ravinder Singh visited the refugee camps in northern Iraq and saw for himself the desperate plight of the refugees. Many approached him in desperation once they came to know that he was a British Sikh, and pleaded for help.
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Sikhs Send Aid to Flood Victims
Baba Ranjit Singh Khalsa also stressed working together in unity for any such humanitarian causes and supporting other Sikh charitable organisations across the world that immediately went in aid to the affected regions...
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Sikh Relief - Jammu & Kashmir Floods Aid
It is in times like these that we remember the generous virtues of Bhai Kanaiya and to spread this love and kindness to the world, which is seeing so many conflicts and natural disasters.
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