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Ji, I'm really just a parrot and very uneducated which is why its called basics of Sikhi. i listen to katha by people like Maskeen ji and Bhai Sukhraj Singh from leeds, books like Professor Puran Sing

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh This Singh has been doing a lot of hard work and has sacrificed a lot of time, effort and money to make these videos. It's not easy to make these videos at

I think this is some great seva. Although I haven't watched most of the videos, but I'm planning on doing that in the the next few days. I was wondering if anyone knows where the Singh doing the lect

Waheguru. Thank you sharing this info paaji, you just reminded me of how great Maharaj is! (Not that i ever forget, just that i'm constantly amazed). I logged on this morning with intention of posting the question to find out what resources (websites, books etc.) are good for non-Sikhs or early converts to learn about "true" Gursikhi? I have a couple of friends who feels that after learning some of the wonderful aspects of Gursikhi, would like to learn more and see how they can start their journey as a Sikh...

Maybe the Sangat Ji could offer some other links and names of books that have inspired them to learn more about Sikhi?

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Singh ji is very good. Guru Mararaj has blessed him with the ability to take vichaar/ katha done in punjabi and break it down into things that the everyday person can relate to. it's good for those whose first language isn't punjabi. Keep up the good seva. Fateh to all!

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Great video and talk about unity and making issues out of non-issues. Non-issues are turned into issues deliberately to prevent us from uniting. Other issues discussed about are management of money that sangat gives Gurudwaras and roles of Gurudwaras.

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@Singh559, thanks ji for your promoting the videos, I've never used SikhSangat.com before. As most people are aware, our youth dont have many resources, expecially not advertising budgets. The Gurdwaras who hold our panths golak wont even put up posters or make annoucements, let alone help us financially.

This is why every Sikh should share parchar, by any jathebandi or none, becuase in Kalyug, people need all the help they can. Social media is only useful if people share.

Our latest video is about an interesting shabad by Guru Ram Das ji about whether we should be like sheep or lions and our true potential on this path. seva parvaan karni ji,

Vaheguru ji ki Khalsa, Vaheguru ji ki Fateh

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Vaheguru ji ki Khalsa, Vaheguru ji ki Fateh,

@Singh559, thanks ji for your promoting the videos, I've never used SikhSangat.com before. As most people are aware, our youth dont have many resources, expecially not advertising budgets. The Gurdwaras who hold our panths golak wont even put up posters or make annoucements, let alone help us financially.

This is why every Sikh should share parchar, by any jathebandi or none, becuase in Kalyug, people need all the help they can. Social media is only useful if people share.

Our latest video is about an interesting shabad by Guru Ram Das ji about whether we should be like sheep or lions and our true potential on this path. seva parvaan karni ji,

Vaheguru ji ki Khalsa, Vaheguru ji ki Fateh

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

Great to see you on here paaji :) and thanks for the immense sewa

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