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    naabh kamal mehi baedhee rach lae breham giaan ouchaaraa ||
  • Birthday 11/14/1989

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    kirtan and paath

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  1. Bhai Jagraj Singh

    Waheguru ji khalsa Waheguru ji Fateh LONDON, UK—Basics of Sikhi founder Bhai Jagraj Singh, from England, passed away today in the highest of spirits and completed his spiritual and physical journey on Earth. Bhai Jagraj Singh was well respected internationally and renowned for his “street parchar” that he started in London, but has now spread worldwide. In December 2016, Bhai Jagraj Singh was diagnosed with cancer. The news was unexpected and left the Sikh Sangat worldwide in shock. Tests revealed that Bhai Jagraj Singh had been diagnosed with stage four advanced cancer which spread to his liver and was inoperable. Since then, he went through chemotherapy and also tried natural remedies, however, he always insisted that this was hukam (will of Vaheguru). Bhai Jagraj Singh firmly insisted that whatever is happening is already pre-ordained and he asked his supporters to remain in chardi kala (high spirits) and attached to Gurbani. Respected internationally for his “street parchar”, Bhai Jagraj Singh started several initiatives in 2012 to raise awareness of the Sikh faith. Since then, he has trained dozens of parchariks(preachers) worldwide. He has spoken at camps and events across the world as well. Along with Basics of Sikhi, some of the other initiatives launched by him include the Amritsar Visitor Center, Sikh Press Association and the Mighty Khalsa project. The Sikh Press Association is a media facing project providing publicity for the Panth. The project runs positive PR campaigns to raise the profile of Sikhs in the mainstream. Mighty Khalsa is a Sikh kids orientated set of educational books, games and apps project. At the time when Bhai Jagraj Singh was diagnosed with cancer, he shared the following message with the Sangat – “Only SatGuru Ji can give or take life away and they are never wrong, only perfect. In all the Seva that Guru Ji allowed me to do of his beautiful Panth, I’ve made many mistakes and I ask forgiveness from the Sangat. If the Guru’s message has touched you and you feel it’s the truth, I urge you to follow that truth and become a GurSikh as none of us knows how long we have left. Please do Ardaas that Guru Ji gives me a place in his Charan and keeps my family and the Panth in Chardi-Kala. May the Panth flourish, even if I am finished, this is pure joy for me.”
  2. Bhai Jagraj Singh

    Waheguru ji khalsa Waheguru ji Fateh LONDON, UK—Basics of Sikhi founder Bhai Jagraj Singh, from England, passed away today in the highest of spirits and completed his spiritual and physical journey on Earth. Bhai Jagraj Singh was well respected internationally and renowned for his “street parchar” that he started in London, but has now spread worldwide. In December 2016, Bhai Jagraj Singh was diagnosed with cancer. The news was unexpected and left the Sikh Sangat worldwide in shock. Tests revealed that Bhai Jagraj Singh had been diagnosed with stage four advanced cancer which spread to his liver and was inoperable. Since then, he went through chemotherapy and also tried natural remedies, however, he always insisted that this was hukam (will of Vaheguru). Bhai Jagraj Singh firmly insisted that whatever is happening is already pre-ordained and he asked his supporters to remain in chardi kala (high spirits) and attached to Gurbani. Respected internationally for his “street parchar”, Bhai Jagraj Singh started several initiatives in 2012 to raise awareness of the Sikh faith. Since then, he has trained dozens of parchariks(preachers) worldwide. He has spoken at camps and events across the world as well. Along with Basics of Sikhi, some of the other initiatives launched by him include the Amritsar Visitor Center, Sikh Press Association and the Mighty Khalsa project. The Sikh Press Association is a media facing project providing publicity for the Panth. The project runs positive PR campaigns to raise the profile of Sikhs in the mainstream. Mighty Khalsa is a Sikh kids orientated set of educational books, games and apps project. At the time when Bhai Jagraj Singh was diagnosed with cancer, he shared the following message with the Sangat – “Only SatGuru Ji can give or take life away and they are never wrong, only perfect. In all the Seva that Guru Ji allowed me to do of his beautiful Panth, I’ve made many mistakes and I ask forgiveness from the Sangat. If the Guru’s message has touched you and you feel it’s the truth, I urge you to follow that truth and become a GurSikh as none of us knows how long we have left. Please do Ardaas that Guru Ji gives me a place in his Charan and keeps my family and the Panth in Chardi-Kala. May the Panth flourish, even if I am finished, this is pure joy for me.” Earlier today, Basics of Sikhi posted the following message on Facebook –
  3. Kirpan

    https://www.google.com/url?rct=j&sa=t&url=http://indianexpress.com/article/world/sikh-man-asked-to-take-off-kirpan-deboard-bus-in-auckland-4767705/&ct=ga&cd=CAEYBCoUMTA5Mjg5OTExMzY4NjIwMzk1MTIyHDYxY2M0ZDYyZGZjYmY1OWM6Y28udWs6ZW46R0I&usg=AFQjCNEH8lknA4sY3BWj-jMyx9yTjWaFbw why should we have to take our kirpan off in bus
  4. Waheguru ji khalsa Waheguru ji fateh Sikhs in US launch million-dollar campaign to stop hate-fuelled attacks Sikhs in the United States are launching a million-dollar awareness campaign that aims to stop hate-fuelled attacks by explaining more about who they are and what they believe. The “We are Sikhs” campaign was years in the making, funded by Sikh leaders and their families across a dozen cities, who have been swept up in anti-Muslim sentiment since the September 11 attacks. Their beards and turbans symbols of equality in a religion that opposes India’s caste system make American Sikhs easy targets for the angry and uninformed. “Our hope was that as the memory of 9/11 goes down, things would get better. But they have not,” said Rajwant Singh, a dentist from suburban Washington and one of the campaign’s volunteer organisers. The ads, which will air on CNN, Fox News and on TV stations in Fresno, California, home to a large Sikh community, make no mention of the more than 300 hate crimes reported by Sikhs in the US since the 2001 terrorist attacks. Rather, they feature Sikh families explaining how the world’s fifth-largest religion, founded in India, aligns with American values. Read more Hate crime: Sikhs in US ‘intimidated, harassed’ at alarming rate ‘You don’t belong in this country’: White man yells at Sikh-American woman in NY Internet advertising will begin immediately as well, and subsequent TV ads are planned for at least three more cities with large Sikh populations. “We teach our kids the American values go hand in hand with the Sikh values: tolerance, religious freedom, gender equality,” a bearded man in a red turban says in one of the ads shared with The Associated Press. Another ad highlights Sikhs embracing US pop culture: “We like Game of Thrones,” one person says. “I’m obsessed with Star Wars,” says another. The ads, developed in consultation with Republican and Democratic consulting firms, do not mention Republican President Donald Trump, whose candidacy hammered on illegal immigration and Islamic extremism. While fundraising events in Sikh communities across the nation coincided with Trump’s rise, organisers insist the $1.3 million effort has no connection to the tough-talking president. “It’s a coincidence,” says Gurwin Ahuja, a 27-year-old political operative who also helped organise the new campaign. “Administrations have changed, and we still experience violence regardless of who’s president.” This type of religious outreach has some precedent. Muslim advocacy groups launched a billboard campaign in recent years, while others developed public service announcements soon after Septmber 11. Corey Saylor, spokesman for the Council on American- Islamic Relations, praised the new effort, noting that Sikh leaders have “not allowed bias to divide religious minorities.”
  5. hand on when he was rude to sikh what did he say '' He was wearing one of those red hat'' That was rude and he told him to go out i would never support Donald Trump so why did they do Ardas for him
  6. Kirpan on facebook

    i not because i am a Sikh and i try to tell people what Sikhs wear they wear 5k and it wrong of mark Zuckberg for banning Sikh for posting Sikhs 5k on Facebook we need to write to him http://sikhsiyasat.net/2016/11/20/sikh-candidate-forced-to-remove-kirpan-kara-in-haryana/ this is the other thing forced-to-remove-kirpan-kara-in-haryana that is wrong that why i said on top we need to have awareness and stick to together write to your pm and say look this is our father and mother gave us Guru Gobind Singh our father he told us to wear kirpan and 5k and it right to be posted if someone don't understand about Sikhism we need to teach them and tell them what Sikhism about what about if someone cant hear and they want to have photo what Sikhism about are they going to banned that government is too much strict Waheguru Ji khalsa Waheguru JI Fateh
  7. Kirpan on facebook

    london and yes i havent but i need to know to that all
  8. Kirpan on facebook

    Waheguru ji khalsa Waheguru ji fateh I post a kirpan on Facebook is it illegal to post kirpan on Facebook my Facebook got shut down i need your help we need to stick together
  9. Simranjit Singh Mann

    http://sikhsiyasat.net/2015/11/28/simranjit-singh-mann-moves-high-court-seeking-quashing-of-sedition-fir/ i need ur comment on is this good
  10. waheguru ji khalsa waheguru ji fathe i want to know if we celebrate Chirstmas and new year Because I dont know if we should or should not thanks waheguru ji khalsa waheguru ji fathe
  11. Malhi Pardhan Of Sgss Southall Exposed

    sure sikhs supposed to forgive anyone that what guru ji say i am so sorry i didn't read it correct i am sorry also i always give people that what sikhs do we forgive people waheguru ji khasla waheguru ji fathe sorry if i said it wrong
  12. Malhi Pardhan Of Sgss Southall Exposed

    is this messege to me because i am malhi that mylast name malhi so i am confused
  13. Sikh Group On Whatsapp

    Waheguru Ji khalsa Waheguru ji fathe Hi all I have Got a group going for sikhs on whatsapp you can join it The Reasion why i am doing this because I want all sikh invoiled for all the Infomration and talk about the sikhs awarness and we need all the sikhs a wake and not a sleep I want to let you all know if it ok because i have got all the media and sikhs involied in the groups Kind Regards Carinder Malhi Waheguru ji khalsa Waheguru ji fathe
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