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Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh.

Guru Pyari Sadh Sangat ji,

You will be pleased to know that Amrit Bani TV channel (from UK) is going to start on the demand of sadh sangat ji. It will be the first Gurbani channel of khalsa panth that will work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Through this channel you can watch daily parkash of Shri Guru Granth Sahib ji.

A special programme of Gurbani vichar will be starting which can be watched twice a day, in the morning & in the evening. Today Sikh panth is leading very prosperous life in the whole world. Our 1st Guru Guru Nanak Dev ji laid the foundation of Sikhism that went through ten Gurus and finally tenth Guru Sri Guru Gobind Singh ji Maharaj started Khalsa Panth .Before he left this world , he attached Khalsa Panth with Shabad Guru .He ordered that there would be no physical Guru except Shri Guru Granth Sahib ji, the shabad guru. He said that Shabad of all the Gurus would be our Guru. Whosoever reads Gurbani or listens to Gurbani will sure to reach the door of salvation. Today there is dire need to unite the whole community. As it is age of media, every community is busy in spreading the teachings of their religion through Media. Though, we Sikhs are quite well off at their own places but when we talk of media, we are lacking behind. We thought over it and then decided to start a Gurbani channel from England which will work for twenty four hours a day. Through this channel, we will telecast various programs including katha, kirtan.in all 31 Ragas, Sikh history, complete nitnem and much more. We will try our level best to attract our young generation towards Sikhism. We wish to spread the teachings of our Gurus in the whole world. As you know TV channels are usually run by advertisements in order to meet the huge expenses, But the Sewadars of Amrit Bani TV channel have decided not to depend upon the income through Ads.

Because these ads. interrupt the continuity and Gurbani Ras. Such a great job cannot be accomplished by a Single person. Therefore, all of us need to unite and make Amrit Bani TV channel a Success. In order to send the message of Gurbani and teachings of our Gurus to the whole world we request sadh sangat ji to contribute any amounts per month as per your wishes in order to meet the expenses of the channel.

At the moment we have started our test transmission and would like the sangat's feedback on how we can improve our quality of programming, you can view our channel on www.amritbanitv.com

We would also like to note the we are not in competition with any other channel and wish the success and chardi kala of all channels that start within the sikh panth.

Thank You.

Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh

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Will there be any katha on the test transmissions and do you have a program schedule?

Yes there will be katha in the test transmission and we will try and get a schedule up as soon as we can.

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Is this channel going to be on Sky Digital, or just the internet?

At the momment just on the Internet..but will be coming on Sky Digital in the future.

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Test transmission has now resumed and you can also visit us on our facebook page

facebook.com\amritbanitv

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