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Is there hukam offered anywhere in this format?

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1 hour ago, GurjantGnostic said:

Not sure I want to go to sikhnet for hukam any more. 

I found the sgpc site, but does anyone know of a site that offers it in a similar format to this?


you could get sikh channels hukhamnama program which has gursikh veer explaining the hukamnama in full in english  everyday


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3 minutes ago, jkvlondon said:

I just put the general link so he can get the video on demand for the day but. thanks

Sorry I didn’t see that. 

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1 minute ago, simran345 said:

Sorry I didn’t see that. 

I was looking it up while you beat me to the post ^_^

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Thank you. I hadn't thought of listening to it. I bookmarked those sites.

For reading purposes I liked the format of the japji video because it has the gurmukhi, the english phonetic of the gurmukhi, and the english translation. The use of all three makes it like a rosetta stone. 

I was using that format to learn the gurmukhi, which I can still do with the japji video. 

I didn't realize how nice it would sound. I can use the sgpc hukamnama and those sites for hukam, and stick to the japji video for the language practice. 

Thank you. 

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