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  1. On reading Guru Nanak Dev Ji's jeevan I learned He enjoyed spending time in nature in His youth (cattle, fields and greenery) and His Bro in law's name was Ram Chand. The priest at his birth and Jeneoo ceremony, was Hardyaal. What new things have u learned about Sikhi? Can be ANYTHING related to Sikhi; Saakhi, book, katha, Saroop, article etc.
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    Academic culture in Punjab

    Wjkk wkfj! Sangat ji I have been getting thoughts of late regarding the academic culture in Punjab. There does not seem to be a thriving one currently. I might not have good knowledge in depth regarding the same, and do correct me if I'm wrong which I hope I am, but isn't it so much rare these days to come across a Punjabi scientist who is the best in his field? Or maybe an economist? A researcher of some kind who has contributed to his field of work. Why don't we see enough people at top management positions in the corporate world who have acquired their degrees in Punjab? This is a
  3. SSA Ji, My name is Kuljit Singh Grewal. I am the founder and CEO of Sikh Profit Academy. Our mission is to positively impact the lives of 1 MILLION Sikhs world round. We want to help our sangat live better, be better and do better in life. For us, profit is defined as a good result or advantage that can be achieved by a particular action or activity. We have put together the following 3 TOTALLY FREE TRAINING PROGRAMS as a thank you to EVERYONE WHO LIKES AND SUPPORTS sikhsangat.com. 5 WAYS TO SKYROCKET YOUR CHILD’S GRADES 2 TIPS TO DOUBLE
  4. How does one, who's taken Amrit of Guru Gobind Singh Ji, become open minded? NOT going against the rehat! So not "I feel ill. I'll take some beer..." THAT's stupidity, not open minded! Or "I'll cut my hair cause of so and so" again, foolishness not open minded. "Eh mann chanchala, Chaturai kinaeh na paiaa." Without rehat infringement one can learn so much from others. Sadhguru is a perfect example. Am sure many have rolled their eyes or maybe are intrigued, why is he a perfect example? Look into his practice of yoga then you may understand. Agreeing with Sikhi, he claims to take control
  5. I have heard the letters and the alphabet are very intelligently created any one got any Katha or videos on this subject ?
  6. BOSS SIKHI CAMP FRIDAY 22nd - WEDNESDAY 27th AUGUST 2014 Are you constantly checking your whatsapp to see if anyone’s updated their profile? Does the dust settling on your desk interest you more than the work sitting on top of it? Have you watched so many youtube videos you’re convinced you’ve actually burnt a bit of your retina?! What you need my friend, is a summer break! The onset of spring brings with it another joy – planning out the glorious summer ahead. And what better way to end it than with BOSS SIKHI CAMP 2014! Since the first Sikhi Camp in 1996, thousands of students and
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    New To Sikhi.. Help?:)

    Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh I'm new to Sikhi and trying to learn as much as possible Do you know where can I find good resources? I already know about some sikhi answers pages, but are there some online sikh courses/schools or live chats? Thanks
  8. Wahegurujikakhalsawahegurujikifateh, Children's Sikhi Class Syllabus If you were to design a syllabus for children (8-14) attending a weekly, 30 minute sikhi class what sort of syllabus would you have? When you were a child what did you want from your weekly Sikhi Class? What did you feel was missing? What were the main problems/failings? To address these: Where would you start? What are the key themes you would cover? How would you hope to cover sikh theology, philosophy, history, maryada, and relevance? How would you go about assessing their understanding? Are there any key reso
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    Some Queries

    I have some queries in my mind.. 1. Can we listen to audio Nitnem in sleeping position? 2. Do we have to do ardas after audio nitnem ? 3.i know about rehraas sahib and Kirtan sohila time but what time for morning baani s like japuji sahib ? 4. Can we recite baani in mind or have to recite out loud ? Thanks
  10. I just wanted to know about the local kirtan classes around the southall area, basic information like when are they on, how many in a class. Also if anyone has been to these classes, what are they like and do you learn. Because I've attended one before and didn't really learn much. Thanks for any replies in advance.
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