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Mata Baljit Kaur Khalsa - Uk Camp Schedule

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Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh

Those of you who do not know of Mata Jee (amazing soul), here is an interview of her:



She has arrived in the UK and the 1st camp has started at Gurdwara Bebe Nanaki Birmingham.

It's a life changing camp which will make a big difference for your sikhi journey.

I will be posting up the next camps details soon...
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Nowadays everyone has the prefix khalsa attached to their name. But are they really khalsa? This has no just become a fashion statement. Nobody is khalsa. Only a brahmgiani is khalsa.

The true origins of attaching the word khalsa to your name came from Sant Gurbachan Singh Ji Maharaj Bhindranvale. Before they used to wear white turban and Hindu media as against Sikhs as it was is used to call Baba Ji a Nirmala saint. When baba ji found out about this they started tying blue dastarr and keeping the prefix khalsa. After them Sant Kartar Singh kept the prefix khalsa aswell and they were also brahmgiani mahatma. So was Baba Jarnail Singh and Baba Takur Singh Ji

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Nowadays everyone has the prefix khalsa attached to their name. But are they really khalsa? This has no just become a fashion statement. Nobody is khalsa. Only a brahmgiani is khalsa.

The true origins of attaching the word khalsa to your name came from Sant Gurbachan Singh Ji Maharaj Bhindranvale. Before they used to wear white turban and Hindu media as against Sikhs as it was is used to call Baba Ji a Nirmala saint. When baba ji found out about this they started tying blue dastarr and keeping the prefix khalsa. After them Sant Kartar Singh kept the prefix khalsa aswell and they were also brahmgiani mahatma. So was Baba Jarnail Singh and Baba Takur Singh Ji

How do you know mata jee isn't a brahmgiani? If you have done her darshan then you would realise she has a very high avastha.

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I think it is good to have such variety of folks in our kaum so that we don't loose our ppl to pakhandis like Ramdev.

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A quick reminder to let the sangat know, the 2nd camp will commence tomorrow morning at:

4am - Gurdwara Singh Sabha, Grant St, Bradford

14 July to 20 July

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The next camp will commence tomorrow at:

Sedgley Street - Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara

Duncan Street

Wolverhampton

WV2 3AJ

4AM to 6AM

Monday 28th July to 3rd August

Gurdwara Phone Number: 01902 459413

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Yes, these camps are free... I have attended these camps, amazing amazing amazing...!!

They call the camps - Blissful living, where they do gurmat vichar, naam simran, meditation & yoga exercises....

Mata Ji really connects with the sangat...

These camps are enjoyed by the youth to the elders... No one looks at who you are and what jatha one is from. All the attention is focus on the positive outcome.

If anyone has any other question please do not hesitate to ask... :)

Vaheguru Ji

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Next week’s camp will commence at:

Guru Amardas Gurdwara Sahib,
1a Clifton Road
Southall
Greater London
UB2 5QP

Monday 4th August to the 10th

4am to 6am

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It's the last of the basic camp.

Next camp will commence at:

Gurdwara Guru Nanak Parkash Sikh Temple - GNP

71 Harnall Lane West, Coventry

024 7622 0960
Monday 18th August to Sunday 24th August
4am to 6am

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