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Chaupai Sahib Jaap, Kirtan Darbar and Ardaas for Bhai Jagraj Singh


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Jagraj Singh Ji was truly enlightened, and even though I did not watch many of his videos... the one which I watched about Guru Nanak Dev Ji being God himself... at that time I was not going to accept it. However later on in sehaj path, it is stated many times in the Guru Granth Sahib that the Guru is God himself. Any time I come across any of these lines, I do remember Bhai Jagraj Singh Ji having talked about it. He is truly highly spiritually enlightened, and the line below describes him. 

SGGS Ang 453

He is the man of spiritual wisdom, and he is the leader, whom God has made His own.


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**Programmes for Chardikala of Bhai Jagraj Singh & Family UPDATE Tuesday 6th Dec 2016**

Sangat Jee,

In just 5 days, 93 programmes have been organised. Thank you all for your continued support, chaupai sahibs, keertan, paatths and ardaas. 

As most of the programmes took place this past weekend, please check the following link for the remaining 13 programmes organised worldwide over the coming weeks. https://goo.gl/jTebCB.

If you are organising an event for Bhai Jagraj Singh & Family please let us know so we can update the google sheet. Instructions how to submit a programme are in the above link. 

Please take part in the Global Chaupai Sahib Jaap for the Chardi-kala of Bhai Jagraj Singh and his Family. Within four days, over 2300 Chaupai Sahibs have been recited. Benti let’s keep doing paatth - Let’s commit to 1 minimum per day. Please submit completed jaaps at the following link: https://goo.gl/qvbJIY.

Please see all the posters we have received for upcoming events. 

Tuesday 6/12/16

When     Tues 6.12.16 7-8                    
Where     Guru Nanak Gurdwara, Dover Road, Latchford, Warrington, WA4 1NW                    
Programme     Kirtan, Chaupai Sahib, Ardaas                    
Contact     Raj Singh 07958 680184


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6 minutes ago, caveman said:

The program on Sunday was beautiful, amazing Kirtan and simran.

Does anyone have a link to dowoad the lady with the guitar doing simran? very peaceful 

You can get them from here, DGN Sounds tend record Samagams, the Kirtan your talking about was done by Qi-Rattan.


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