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Miri-Piri Seminar On Saturday 28Th February 2015 At Sikh Missionary Society U.k.

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Miri-Piri Seminar On Saturday 28th February 2015

For students above the age of 12 years.

Time & Place:

8 - 10 Featherstone Road

Southall, Middlesex UB2 4JH

To register your interest, please telephone or e-mail giving: name, age and if coming with parents:

Telephone: 020 8574 1902

Sardar Gurmukh Singh* (Principal, UK Civil Service ret'd) will give a talk for half an hour, followed by questions and answers (Q & A session). The seminar will then continue with an open discussion in which all can take part.

Miri-Piri living teaches us to remember Waheguru ji as described in Mool Mantar, while we live normal working lives with our families, sharing with others and taking part in the life of our community called the Khalsa Panth.

Our Ten Guru ji's taught us about Miri-Piri living through own lives over the period 1469 to 1708. All that they taught us is in Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji.

In the Miri-Piri seminar, we learn together the meaning of the two words "Miri" and "Piri" by looking at simple examples from nature, and from Sikh history to see why it is so important for a Sikh to live a life of Miri-Piri as taught by our Guru ji.

Sikhi words will be used and explained.

Please do register interest and arrive before 2.00 PM.

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