Guru Teg Bahadur leads Raja Ram and the Raja's army to quell a rebellion in the lands of Assam. On the way as they pass through the Magical lands of Kamroop, they are attacked by witches. Find out how Guru Teg Bahadur protects his Sikhs and the Raja's Armies.
Before Guru HarKrishan became the 8th Guru, many people wanted to know who the next Guru was to be. Once a man went to Guru Har Rai and asked him which of his sons was to be the next Guru & Guru Har Rai instructed the man to perform a special test that could show the sign of the greatest superpower and likewise the next guru. Listen to hear what happens next.
Once two young boys and a dog faced a challenge, how to get yogurt for their hungry dog when they didn't have money. In the story one of the boys thought of a plan to accomplished the task, which seemed impossible. Listen to the story and hear what the plan was, and if the boys won the yogurt challenge.
A great telling of the classic story, The Boy Who Cried Wolf. Once a young boy was trusted to watch a flock of sheep for a small village. As the day continued, the boy was very bored and decided to play a trick on everyone of the village. Listen to hear what happens next.
Once a raja in India wanted to meet Guru Nanak, amazed at hearing of the Guru, the raja built majestic gardens for Guru Nanak. While Guru Nanak was still far away from he area of the raja, during that time many spiritual people thought to see the raja also. The raja only sought to meet the true Guru, so the raja created a test to determine the visitors integrity. The tests eventually go old for the raja & he gave up on ever really being able to see the Guru Nanak. As time continued, soon Guru Nanak did go to see the raja of Ceylon. Listen to the story hear what happened next.
Have you ever heard people talk about other people behind their backs? That means when they’re not around. Did you listen? Did you ever say bad things about someone else when they were not around? It’s called slander, when you say something bad about someone else and this is a story about slander.
Once Guru Gobind Rai disguised himself, while playing a trick to help his Sikhs learn about what selfless service truly means. He disguises himself as an regular traveler. It was very early in the morning before the sunrise and he would knock on everybody's door and ask, "excuse me, I don't want to bother you, but do you have any food to share?" Listen to find out if anyone is ready to serve at all times.