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  1. This video illustrates notable female personalities across the globe where assorted topics are mentioned ranging from politics, career-paths, science, philosophy of Sikh heritage from a countless angles and breadth and depth. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=husNH4RW-gQ Thank you. Best Wishes Guest MamTha3890
  2. https://www.facebook.com/dailypostpunjabi/videos/426443298076537/ A prominent discussion on Politics and Panjabi topics, celebrities and other relevant subjects in the Panjabi Sikh community and diaspora.
  3. Hi I just want to put out a reminder that all Gurdware are sacred places. Please remember that when visiting any Gurdwara. I think people are getting a bit of a lax attitude. 1. If you are going, try your best to dress cleanly and smartly, just like you would if you were going to any place you respect. Also to dress in a respectful manner. 2. Before entering, remember to enter with a humble and clean heart/attitude, with respect for Guruji and God. You should enter with you head bowed. 3. Turn off your phone or put it on silent. Keep silent and don't talk unless n
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    Respect for Elders

    I think that a firm concept in every world dharam is respect for elders. It is also the baseline value on which all civil and peaceful societies and cultres are built. When there is respect for elders, I think, the society goes to hell. And this is what I am increasingly witnessing in capitalistic societies, and the sikh people in them (not just the youth). What does respect for elders mean? It means putting them at the top as the authority, not disrepecting them, but showing them consideration and obedience. So who are these elders?: 1. You parents. After God and Gur
  5. Sat Sri Akal Sangat ji.. I have been sharing my thoughts and getting helpful feedback regarding the good karams. We should be polite and focus on our karams and always do good deeds plus Naam Simran to achieve liberation.. The topic reincarnation covered it all but today I was reading about these gang rapes.. It is so painful to read and imagine what those victims are going through. Most of the rapists are under the influence of an alcohol or drugs but still I wonder what karams those girls have done to go through this. It is really Waheguru's will? Those poor girls are dying in pai
  6. I went to a poetry night recently, and all the poems are about sadness, and victimisation of the sikhs........?
  7. I'm 23 and becoming an adult but looking at the future of spending 10 plus hours at work everyday terrifies me. That and taxes I'm going to have to pay , no free days , mortgages, bills & etc. I'm going to become a Police Officer and the pay is great but in the back of my head , I hate the thought of working and wasting my life doing it. That's why sometimes I waste money on lottery tickets, day dreaming about being a millionare and never having to worry about money. Now sometimes I dream about going to into the Santa Cruz Forest and building a little Cabin and living my life as a hermit .
  8. The concept of Miri/Piri This is sort of a mini essay/discussion about a topic that I feel is ignored many times for some other reason. The Concept of Miri Pirri is a vital part of our own faith. Even in our most well known symbol that is associated with our faith wields these mighty swords. The Khanda, where the 2 swords guard our faith. Miri represents (in very little words) temporal authority while Piri represent Spiritual authority. When looking at other religions you'll notice they have symbols for balance and structure of the universe. Ying/Yang is a prime example. Miri Pi
  9. Miri-Piri Seminar On Saturday 28th February 2015 For students above the age of 12 years. Time & Place: 2.00 PM at The Sikh Missionary Society UK 8 - 10 Featherstone Road Southall, Middlesex UB2 4JH To register your interest, please telephone or e-mail giving: name, age and if coming with parents: Telephone: 020 8574 1902 or E-mail: info@thesikhmissioinarysociety.org Sardar Gurmukh Singh* (Principal, UK Civil Service ret'd) will give a talk for half an hour, followed by questions and answers (Q & A session). The seminar will then continue with an open discussion in w
  10. In the memory of the supreme sacrifice of the Sahibzadas a special Children’s programme will be held here at The Sikh Missionary Society’s Premises on - Date: 28th December 2014 Time: 12.00 (noon) - 3.00 PM Location: Sikh Missionary Society U.K. 10, Featherstone Road, Southall UB2 5AA United Kingdom Featuring Kirtan, Gurbani competition, poems and lectures. Prizes will be given to all participants. Langer consisting of Chips, Beans, Pasta and Fruit dishes will be served at the end. http://www.sikhmissionarysociety.org @sikh_missionary
  11. Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh Dear Khalsa Ji, You are all invited to Celebrate the Birth of the Khalsa Panth at the Sikh Missionary Society (U.K) - Sikh Missionary Society U.K. (Regd.) 10, Featherstone Road. Southall, Middx, UB2 5AA http://www.sikhmissionarysociety.org Programme Details 25th April 2014 10.00 – Arambh Sri Akhand Path Sahib 26th April 2014 16:00 to 19:00 – Kavi Darbar 27th April 2014 10.00 – Bhog Sri Akhand Path Sahib 10:30 to 11:15 – Kirtan by Sikh Children 11.15 to 12.30 – Kirtan and Katha Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh
  12. we are all aware of the trends in present day society there is one great demon of brahminical origin that is far away form sikh principles but still has crept in sikh societies we commonly are confronted with words like - jatts,ramgharias,bhappas,khatris etc etc... and ego-clashes among them how and from where this castiesm has crept in our society ?? the society which was based on:- "manas ki jaat sabhae eko pehchaanbo" what problems and dillusions it causes in minds of sikhs??? and how should we eradicate it and tackle it in our daily life???
  13. You will be pleased to know that the Sikh Missionary Society has made arrangments to hold the 36th Sikh Students Gurmat Camp from Sunday 28th July to 4th August 2013 at Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College, Roding Lane, Chigwell, Essex, IG7 6BQ Special Features of the camp are: Community Living: The Gurmat Way Community Living: The Gurmat Way Gurmat Essay & Painting Competition Introduction to Physical Activities Introduction to Kirtan Indoor and Outdoor Games Workshops/Seminars & Discussions on Sikh Religion and Culture Camp Fire and Martial Arts Display Tie up Dastar (Saujana) Enco
  14. You will be pleased to know that the Sikh Missionary Society has made arrangments to hold the 35th Sikh Students Gurmat Camp from Sunday 22th July to 29th July 2012 at Sri Guru Nanak Darbar Gurudwara, Guru Nanak Marg, Gravesend, DA12 1AG Special Features of the camp are: Community Living: The Gurmat Way Community Living: The Gurmat Way Gurmat Essay & Painting Competition One Day Outing Introduction to Kirtan Indoor and Outdoor Games Workshops/Seminars & Discussions on Sikh Religion and Culture Camp Fire and Martial Arts Display Tie up Dastar (Saujana) Encouragem
  15. A SEMINAR AT THE SIKH MISSIONARY SOCIETY, UK BY Dr. Suba Singh Ph D, LL B Former Principal, Gurmat Gian College, Patiala; former Principal Sikh Shaheed Missionary College and professor at Khalsa College, Amritsar; Member of Syndicate & Senate of Punjabi University Patiala. A presentation by the learned and distinguished professor of Sikh History and Sikh Studies, Dr. Suba Singh, will be made on 31st March 2012 (Saturday) from 4pm to 6pm. The topic will be: CHARDHI KALA DA PRATEEK KHALSA ( ਚੜ੍ਹਦੀ ਕਲਾ ਦਾ ਪ੍ਰਤੀਕ ਖਾਲਸਾ ) KHALSA, SYMBOLIC OF THE RISING SPIRIT Everyone is cordially invi
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