New Gurbani Search Engine - GurbaniDB - in English, Gurmukhi and 52 other languages
The world’s first Gurbani database to correctly archive Guru Granth Sahib into all 60 Raags (moods/melodies) with pop-up descriptions of each Author and Melody. Melody data has been kindly provided by an expert in Indian Musicology, Professor Surinder Singh from Raj Academy.
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Japanese City’s Cry Resonates Around the World
It was a desperate plea for help, spoken into a small digital camcorder by the mayor of this seemingly forsaken city, and posted on the Internet like a bottle tossed into a digital sea.
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Over 230 children attend Gurmat Course at Gurdwara Sukh Sagar, New Westminster
The team of Sevadaars from Toronto, were asked by the Gurdwara Sahib to organize this camp and their dedication and extensive material, both written and in presentation form, is what made this camp so unique and different from other Gurmat camps.
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Charity aims to halt daughter abortions
A Cheshire businessman has set up a charity which aims to prevent families in India aborting girls. Kulwant Singh Dhaliwal became involved when he visited the Indian village where he was born and noticed most children in a school class were boys.
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Award from PM of Malaysia for a Sikh - Joe Mahinder Singh
Bhai Sahib Joe Mahinder Singh Ji, Malaysia's premier Video-man and Community Policeman and SEWAK in the spirit of Bhai Kanhaiya Ji's tradition was awarded the Prime Ministers Award for COMMUNITY POLICING by the State of Selangor, Malaysia. This is a FIRST for a SIKH
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Gurbani Collection on Nature 'Eak Bageecha' released for Sikh Environment Day
EcoSikh is proud to announce that the Gurdwara Guide and the Gurbani Compilation 'Eak Bageecha,' (Punjabi and English) have been uploaded to our website. ..helpful for Ragis and others orators who would want to elaborate Gurbani's message during the celebration of the Sikh Environment Day on March 14th which is the Gurgaddi Diwas of Guru Har Rai ji.
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Sikh Works To Make A Difference
Social activism has been a cornerstone of Sikh teachings. From the time of Guru Nanak Dev Jee, the concept of Vand Chakna has been central to the life of a Sikh. Intrinsic to the goal of connecting with Vaaheguru, is the idea of actively serving the Guru. By putting words into action, by using our gifts and talents to further Guru’s work, we learn the humble nature of humanity, and see the magnificence of Vaaheguru’s creation.
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Zero Budget workshop on Natural Farming from 3rd March, 2011
Dr. Rajwant Singh, convener of Washington based EcoSikh, congratulated Dr. Inderjit Kaur and Pingalwara institution and said, "this kind of initiative is needed in Punjab to stop the continuing damage with various chemical and pesticide based agricultural practices. We are also heartened to see that this is being dedicated to Guru Har Rai ji, who inspired Sikhs to care for nature and mother earth."
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Sikhs open doors of new home to Malloy
"It's great to be here with you and celebrate your success. When I understood this was a time of celebration for you, I was deeply honored for the invitation and to be here in your presence," Malloy said. Malloy said he understood the trouble many Sikhs have had in the post-9-11 world, adding the state needs to look out for the needs of all its citizens.
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‘Bloodshed’ at marriage, but for a cause
At his daughter’s wedding last year when Jaswant Singh decided to organize a blood donation camp to welcome the bridegroom’s “baraat”, people in Kot Shamer village in Bathinda district in Punjab were pleasantly surprised. On the wedding invitation card he mentioned that instead of offering “shagun” in money, his guests would donate blood.
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