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  1. Just wanted to post Adyatam questions and answers by Sant Jagjit Singh Harkhowale 2017 trip to toronto, they are deep answers as usual clears lot of doubts, give deep insight of gurbani and also into state of bhramgyan: http://www.gurmatveechar.com/audio.php?q=f&f=%2FKatha%2F02_Present_Day_Katha%2FBaba_Jagjit_Singh_(Harkhowal_wale)%2FDiscussions_Questions_and_Answers%2F2017
  2. *AMRIT SANCHAR AND AKHAND KEERTAN @ COVENTRY, CROSS ROAD GURDWARA*With the Apaar Kirpa of Dhan Dhan Sri Guru Gobind Singh Jee, an Amrit Sanchar and Akhand Keertan Darbar has been organised in celebration of Bandi Chhor & Sri Guru Ram Dass jee GurpurabSaturday 7th October 2017 @ Singh Sabha Cross Road Coventry CV6 5GR Akhand Keertan – 7pm – 12am Amrit Sanchar - Starting 8pm Kakkars will be provided as Seva Note: -Come Tya Bar Tyaar in Khalsa Bana and have full Keshi Ishnaan -Prepare your mind and soul now before coming to the Amrit Sanchar with Naam, Gurbani(Nitnem, Mool Manter) and S
  3. https://mobile.twitter.com/SinghsCampTO/status/850377477629378560/photo/1
  4. Sikh American Float 2017 on NBC Our coverage on NBC For the third straight year, the Sikh American community is excited to celebrate the Rose Bowl Parade. The theme this year, "together we rise”, embodies the spirit of Sikh American faith, tradition and community. The Golden Temple, featured on the float, symbolizes equality and tolerance. The four entrances to the the temple, representing the four directions, symbolize the openness of the Sikhs to all people and religions. Each door bearing the word that is integral to the principles of Sikhism-- love, freedom, service, and justic
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