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WJKK WJKF!!

Being my first camp ever, i found it a great experience, lectures, kirtan, Amritvela.......would definatly reccomend to others.....

Great job all the sewadars and sangat for making it such a great experience....

WJKK WJKF!!

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Vaheguroojeekakhalsavaheguroojeekifatheh!

Keertan from the Camp here.

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Vaheguroojeekakhalsavaheguroojeekifatheh!

vahegurooooo .

wow thx so much, i dint think ther would be recordings up,,, especially so fast.

vaheguru,

and techno how come therz not many pics of the kirtan!!!!!!!!!!!

oh well, rest pics are wicked,

great seva.

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vahegurooo vahegurooooooooooo vahegurooooooooo!!!!

what a weeeeeeeek!!! best weeek so far. khalsa camp this year was just an AMAZING expeirence.... the whole atmosphere all week is hard to describe in words..... bentee to everyone reading this to GO NXT YR.

amritvela was just out of thsi world... and so was the evening keertan darbars,

activites were great fun!

talks were beautiful!!!

asa di vaar every morning was omg!

soo much pyaar between eveyrone ....... vahegurooo...... best week ever ...... miss it sooo much.

thanks to maharaj for blessing us with chardikalla sanagt all week!!!

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vahegurooo vahegurooooooooooo vahegurooooooooo!!!!

what a weeeeeeeek!!! best weeek so far. khalsa camp this year was just an AMAZING expeirence.... the whole atmosphere all week is hard to describe in words..... bentee to everyone reading this to GO NXT YR.

amritvela was just out of thsi world... and so was the evening keertan darbars,

activites were great fun!

talks were beautiful!!!

asa di vaar every morning was omg!

soo much pyaar between eveyrone ....... vahegurooo...... best week ever ...... miss it sooo much.

thanks to maharaj for blessing us with chardikalla sanagt all week!!!

watttttttttttttttttt!!!!!

omg, this was khalsa cmap yea?

wen was ther asa di vaar............

nooooooooo.............

i wrote on the feedbak forms, "y did use not do asa di vaar?" lol

no way mannnn i cant beleive i missed asa di vaar, they dint even mention it....i must of been asleep

oh well, always next year

vahegurooooo

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vahegurooo vahegurooooooooooo vahegurooooooooo!!!!

what a weeeeeeeek!!! best weeek so far. khalsa camp this year was just an AMAZING expeirence.... the whole atmosphere all week is hard to describe in words..... bentee to everyone reading this to GO NXT YR.

amritvela was just out of thsi world... and so was the evening keertan darbars,

activites were great fun!

talks were beautiful!!!

asa di vaar every morning was omg!

soo much pyaar between eveyrone ....... vahegurooo...... best week ever ...... miss it sooo much.

thanks to maharaj for blessing us with chardikalla sanagt all week!!!

watttttttttttttttttt!!!!!

omg, this was khalsa cmap yea?

wen was ther asa di vaar............

nooooooooo.............

i wrote on the feedbak forms, "y did use not do asa di vaar?" lol

no way mannnn i cant beleive i missed asa di vaar, they dint even mention it....i must of been asleep

oh well, always next year

vahegurooooo

omg hahaa!! awww dont worry!!

yes it was khalsa camp lool........ we did asa deee vaar after nitnem in darbar sahib.... there was only about 10 of us lolll it was really gd though........ vahegurrooo :)

mayb nxt time hey : ) this time i iwll make sure they announce it lol.... it prob wasnt announced beacuse we all looked at each other to start it lol... everyone was shyy lol but maharaj made it the bestttt :D

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i never knew we did asa di //??!! they cudda mentioned it, i woulda stayed after nitnem! what else did I miss??

Thats all really. The campers decided to do asa di vaar themselves, it wasn't arranged thats why it wasn't mentioned. Asa di vaar was wikid! Sometimes the singhs and singhiya did keertan during day too.

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Dass was extremely blessed to attend 2/3 of the asa-di-vaar sessions and they were very beautiful.....again it wouldnt have happend if some of the campers never to the strength to do it....even though some were very shy.....thanks so much to those gupt singh/singhniah who made those AV session even more special......

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