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Annual Australia Akj Smagam 2007

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Guru kirpa te asrey naal sydney de sangat har saal di tara es saal ve salana smagam rakh re ne!

Sydney smagam like every year will be held from the 30sept till 7oct... which includes morning afternoon divans, amritwales, camps for kids and elder and a special this year 'Gurbani Khant Mukhabala', and the most important the amritsanchar for those entering khalsa family.

The sangat of sydeny expresses their invitation to the whole khalsa panth with folded hands to come and bless us darshan and oppurtunity to do seva!!!

Dont pull back because you this australia is too far away! think of the anad and think of us kookars awaiting eagarly for sadhsangat darshans! kirpa karo khalsa jio darshan devo!!

All details about the smagam can be out on the website www.akj.org.au

for further info you may me a message or contact the singhs on the poster.

Awaiting your Darshans

Daasre and Sadhsangat of Sydney



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