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Bundha last won the day on April 29

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About Bundha

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    Sikhi , Gurmat , Raag kirtan , Indian Classical music , Rock music

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  1. Gurudwara Changes!

    Removal of committees and replaced by Panj Piyaray. Youth rooms equipped with games, pool/snooker etc where our Sikh boys and girls can meet and interact with view to relationships and marriages. Removal of all chairs and sofas at the backs of Gurdwara darbars .
  2. Singh Warrior Ii

    We spend all our lives accumulating wealth, power and possession's but nothing will go with us not even a needle. Except Naam.
  3. Singh Warrior Ii

    The soul within
  4. Singh Warrior Ii

    Our never ending fight against maya.
  5. Walking to Darbar Sahib

    Climb lots of stairs. Maybe with a heavy backpack. Then when doing the walk it will feel easier.
  6. Post Your Favorite Kirtan

    Dr Gursharan Kaur - Har Kay Naam Ratta Bhairagi
  7. Akhand Path & Money??

    £650 for akand path. How much would it cost it you did it at home ? Electricity on all night for three days, Gas for cooking all three days, what about langar for all the people you invite ? Tea and samosay? What about payment for the giani/pathi? Are they not allowed money to put food on the table for their families? It all adds up and probably more then £650.
  8. Singh Warrior Ii

    Justify your existence .
  9. Why is Death Hard to Accept?

    Maya .
  10. Singh Warrior Ii

    Naam is so precious, hold on to it tightly.
  11. Singh Warrior Ii

    In the picture the Khalsa is overlooking a farmer (representing the common man and the bullock representing Bharat) going about his business growing food to feed his family, he is free of harassment, free of invaders, free of oppression. This is how the Khalsa protected the people of Bharat, how sad that today the sacrifices of the Khalsa have been forgotten by the people of Bharat.