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  1. I just wanted to make my first post here because this has been playing on my mind for a while now. I feel like Sikhi Kirtan does not have the same passion I hear from other religious musical pieces, and as a result its not inspiring young people. I feel like the popular Kirtans are easy, dull, follows Bollywood/punjabi tunes and therefore lacks originality/identity/spiritualism. I have been listening to Islamic sufi music, Christian hymns and Hindu Kirtans - which I find all sound different and beautiful in their own way. With Sufi music drawing me in the most - even Bollywood adaptations like
  2. Bhai Avtar Singh Ji (Ragi) was an amazing gurmukh keertani that upheld the importance of Keertan done in original Raag form. They traveled all around the world to promote and do prachaar on correct Raag Keertan along with their son Bhai Kultar Singh Ji and tabla saathi Bhai Swaran Singh Ji. We have collected their recordings and separated them into "time of day" Raags (Studio type recordings). Hope everyone enjoys this collection. Please follow us on SoundCloud and share these on your personal platforms There are total of 4 playlists: MORNING RAAGS AFTERNOON RAAGS
  3. I was at one of my favourite Gurudwaras recently for someone's Akhand Paath & the atmosphere as usual was divine.But the Granthis were as usual ill educated, out of 'SUR' when singing Shabads with filmi tunes - one must have continued to speak of Macauliffe & how the Christian missionary 'saved Sikhi' for the good of Punjab. Looking around, most of the sangat were either not interested in what the Granthi was saying, nor anyone seemed to know who the hell is Macauliffe even.. Little did this Granthi know the extent of damage & poison that has been the main cause of Macauliffe's mi
  4. Amazing rendition by Giani Darshan Sohal, student of Samund Singh and Giani Gian Singh Almast
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