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Waheguru Je Ka Khalsa Waheguru Je Ke Fateh

Sikhi Camp 2011 Dates: 21st - 26th August.

The summer is sorted once again... Yes! Sikhi Camp is BACK and better than ever of course ;)

Check out the Email Launch of this years camp!

The online application process has commenced so make sure you log onto www.sikhicamp.org now and be the first to book your very exclusive spot at the camp!

For enquires Email or ring/text at: 07935 900546

Join the Sikhi Camp Facebook page

Check out the Official Sikhi Camp photos from last year

Follow updates on Twitter

Visit the Offical Sikhi Camp Channel on YouTube

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Waheguru Je Ka Khalsa Waheguru Je Ke Fateh

Sikhi Camp 2011 Dates: 21st - 26th August.

The summer is sorted once again... Yes! Sikhi Camp is BACK and better than ever of course ;)

Check out the Email Launch of this years camp!

The online application process has commenced so make sure you log onto www.sikhicamp.org now and be the first to book your very exclusive spot at the camp!

For enquires Email or ring/text at: 07935 900546

Join the Sikhi Camp Facebook page

Check out the Official Sikhi Camp photos from last year

Follow updates on Twitter

Visit the Offical Sikhi Camp Channel on YouTube

This looks amazing do you know if there is anything like this here in Canada?

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VJKK VJKF

Sikhi Camp is a top Camp. Ibeen going since 2005. It's brilliant. Please do apply for it.

PSDhadi,

youtube.com/PSDhadi

khalistansmall2.gifHello Singh g, was nice to see you in Fresno. (inside the Giani ji's room at Guru Nanak Parkash) when Jatinder veerji and Nachatar babaji played the dhad while you played the sarangi. If you remember i asked you whether you were from Birmingham. :)

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Congratulations on the development of these types of seminars.

I have seen over and over again, many of the problems with our youth can be rooted back to unstable family life.

* Desi punjabi way, my way or no way.. kid rebel, parents come down too hard- lose their kids all together

* unable to understand basic communication skills, not spending time as a family, eating languar without tV together as a family.

* implementing a strict do and do not's of Sikhi, without explaining Gurbani, deeper meanings and significances.

* when a child rebels, unable to control the situation, but resorting to name calling, emotional blackmail etc etc.

Well done to BOSS, I hope this goes well and becomes a platform to future programs with similar themes.

Wjkk wjkf

“PARENTING: THE SIKHI WAY”

Sharing Good Practice

Saturday 21st May 2011 1.00pm – 6.00pm

Venue: West Midlands

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