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  • With your eyes see Guru Arjan
    With your eyes see Guru Arjan

    This Shabad is by Bhatt Mathuraa in Svaiyay Mehl 5 on Ang 1408 of King of Kings Dhan Dhan Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaj:

    jot roop har aap guroo naanak kahaa-ya-o.
    The Embodiment of Light, the Lord Himself is called Guru Nanak.

    taa tay angad bha-ya-o tat si-o tat milaa-ya-o.
    From Him, came Guru Angad; His essence was absorbed into the essence.

    angad kirpaa Dhaar amar satgur thir kee-a-o.
    Guru Angad showed His Mercy, and established Amar Daas as the True Guru.

    amardaas amrat chhatar gur raameh dee-a-o.
    Guru Amar Daas blessed Guru Raam Daas with the umbrella of immortality.

    By RajKaregaKhalsanet| 766 views

  • WaheGuru VaheGuru Simran - GurMantar - Relaxing Soothing Chill Out Meditation Mantra
    WaheGuru VaheGuru Simran - GurMantar - Relaxing Soothing Chill Out Meditation Mantra

    Waheguru is the primary Mantra; it means the "Wonderful Lord". The word Vaheguru is made up of two word Vaah(e) and Guru. Vaah or Vaahe is an ecstatic expression of awe and wonder. Therefore it is often translated as wondrous or wonderful. Guru derives from two words. Gu means darkness, and Ru (Roo) means light. Therefore Guru means that power, being, and presence, which dispels darkness and brings light, in other words Enlightener. Cumulatively, the name implies wonder at the Divine Light eliminating spiritual darkness. It might also imply -Hail the Lord whose Name eliminates spiritual darkness. Thus the two constituents of Vaheguru (Vaahe+Guroo) implies the state of wondrous ecstasy and offering homage to the Divine Creator Being.

    By RajKaregaKhalsanet| 637 views

  • The Story of the Turban
    The Story of the Turban

    Watch The Story of the Turban With HD Quality

    By RajKaregaKhalsanet| 109 views

  • Chill Out Relax Music - Wonderful Meditation Mantra - Mool Mantar
    Chill Out Relax Music - Wonderful Meditation Mantra - Mool Mantar

    Watch Chill Out Relax Music - Wonderful Meditation Mantra - Mool Mantar With HD Quality

    By RajKaregaKhalsanet| 267 views

  • Incredible India - Indian Tourism Advert - 2 Sikh Peaceful Protestors shot by Punjab Police
    Incredible India - Indian Tourism Advert - 2 Sikh Peaceful Protestors shot by Punjab Police

    India Incredible India - Indian Tourism Advert

    Gurdaspur/Patiala, Punjab (March 29, 2012): Punjab police today opened fire on Sikhs who had gathered at a Gurudwara Sahib in Gurdaspur to prevent right wing Hindu organization Shiv Sena from burning effigy of Bhai Balwant Singh Rajoana, a Sikh political prisoner who is on death row.

    2 Sikhs protesting peacefully were shot when police fired on those assembled near Ramgarhia Gurdwara on Tibri road in Gurdaspur this morning. Curfew was later clamped in the town in view of the tension.

    Jaspal Singh (18) of Sidhwan Jamita village near Gurdaspur died after he was shot at by Punjab police. He was a student of Beant College, Gurdaspur.

    A very young Ranjeet Singh Mandher, only 16 years old, son of Jaswinder Singh, from village Pandher (Mukerian road). Punjab police shot him & left him laying there bleeding. He had to take his own rickshaw to the hospital. From there the hospital in Gurdaspur sent him to Amritsar.

    The Government in Punjab has tightened it's grip on Sikh organizations and Sikh leaders with more than two hundred arrests but did nothing to prevent Hindu right wing organizations like Shiv Sena and it's activists.

    By RajKaregaKhalsanet| 318 views

  • Incredible India - Balwant Singh Rajoana on Death Row
    Incredible India - Balwant Singh Rajoana on Death Row

    Balwant Singh explained his actions. He described the deep wounds on the Sikh psyche caused by the attack on the Golden Temple by the security forces during Operation Blue Star. He spoke of the State-sponsored pogrom of tens of thousands of Sikhs following Indira Gandhi's assassination, where Sikhs were burnt, mutilated and left for carrion, funeral rites denied, when women were dishonoured, the youth emasculated and homes burnt. He asked the Chief Justice who were the terrorists: those who did these acts or those who defended the victims?

    Human beings can fight such injustice and oppression only by sacrificing themselves. Balwant Singh said the government of India had killed its own people.

    By RajKaregaKhalsanet| 258 views

  • Kirpa Charge - Indus Warrior meets Dubtician - - chill out relax music
    Kirpa Charge - Indus Warrior meets Dubtician - - chill out relax music

    Waheguru is the primary Mantra; it means the "Wonderful Lord". Kirpaa means "Grace". The word Vaheguru is made up of two word Vaah(e) and Guru. Vaah or Vaahe is an ecstatic expression of awe and wonder. Therefore it is often translated as wondrous or wonderful. Guru derives from two words. Gu means darkness, and Ru (Roo) means light. Therefore Guru means that power, being, and presence, which dispels darkness and brings light, in other words Enlightener. Cumulatively, the name implies wonder at the Divine Light eliminating spiritual darkness. It might also imply -Hail the Lord whose Name eliminates spiritual darkness. Thus the two constituents of Vaheguru (Vaahe+Guroo) implies the state of wondrous ecstasy and offering homage to the Divine Creator Being.

    By RajKaregaKhalsanet| 110 views

  • Sohila - Sikh Prayer - Spanish Espanol - English
    Sohila - Sikh Prayer - Spanish Espanol - English

    Kirtan Sohila is a collection of hymns of Guru Nanak ji, Guru Amardas ji and Guru Arjan Dev ji. These hymns underline the pains of parting of human beings from God and the bliss to be achieved when one unites with God again. To remove the fear of death. Good to recite when your life feels boring, and you are uninspired. It multiplies your aura, eliminates negativity in you and around you, and protects you. Excellent before you sleep at night to bring restful sleep, prevent nightmares and create a shield of protection. This Bani protects the soul on its journey after it leaves the body at death. Related to earth element. Panj Ishnana (washing feet, hands and face) is performed before going to sleep. After this, one is to sit upon their bed cross-legged, facing their pillow and recite the prayer. Satguru is with us at all times and protects us from the Angel of Death and demons. If one unexpectedly dies in their sleep, they will not enter lower lifeforms. Bad thoughts or dreams do not occur if Kirtan Sohila has been recited. Satguru places an iron fortress around him/her so nothing can hurt or scare the individual.

    By RajKaregaKhalsanet| 99 views

  • Reach Out To WaheGuru
    Reach Out To WaheGuru

    Waheguru is the primary Mantra; it means the "Wonderful Lord". The word Vaheguru is made up of two word Vaah(e) and Guru. Vaah or Vaahe is an ecstatic expression of awe and wonder. Therefore it is often translated as wondrous or wonderful. Guru derives from two words. Gu means darkness, and Ru (Roo) means light. Therefore Guru means that power, being, and presence, which dispels darkness and brings light, in other words Enlightener. Cumulatively, the name implies wonder at the Divine Light eliminating spiritual darkness. It might also imply -Hail the Lord whose Name eliminates spiritual darkness. Thus the two constituents of Vaheguru (Vaahe+Guroo) implies the state of wondrous ecstasy and offering homage to the Divine Creator Being.

    By RajKaregaKhalsanet| 572 views

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Kickstarter project - Cold Cast Statues of Garja Singh

I am a 3D artist from the UK. I have worked in 3D design for over 12 years. What I am offering is a chance you to own and to help produce this affordable high quality 12 inch statue, of the famous 18th century Sikh warrior Garja Singh.

The sculpture will be 12 inches tall and will be cold cast in resin bronze. There will also be a real bronze version which will be limited to 10 casts only. I have researched and carefully crafted each and every component in 3D. The images below show my reference source material used to recreate Garja Singh.
Sikh history and art are my passion and I have always been inspired by stories about the brave Sikh warriors who who rose to forge their own Sikh empire in Punjab during the 1700's. I wanted to create something that would remind people of their bravery and celebrate their inspiration sacrifice. This is my way of sharing their story with the next generation.

By RajKaregaKhalsanet | 337 views

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  • Ugardanti and Shastar Nam mala
    Ugardanti and Shastar Nam mala

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    By RajKaregaKhalsanet| 378 views

  • Reach Out To WaheGuru
    Reach Out To WaheGuru

    Waheguru is the primary Mantra; it means the "Wonderful Lord". The word Vaheguru is made up of two word Vaah(e) and Guru. Vaah or Vaahe is an ecstatic expression of awe and wonder. Therefore it is often translated as wondrous or wonderful. Guru derives from two words. Gu means darkness, and Ru (Roo) means light. Therefore Guru means that power, being, and presence, which dispels darkness and brings light, in other words Enlightener. Cumulatively, the name implies wonder at the Divine Light eliminating spiritual darkness. It might also imply -Hail the Lord whose Name eliminates spiritual darkness. Thus the two constituents of Vaheguru (Vaahe+Guroo) implies the state of wondrous ecstasy and offering homage to the Divine Creator Being.

    By RajKaregaKhalsanet| 572 views

  • Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale (Uncensored)
    Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale (Uncensored)

    In June 1984 Indira Gandhi sent more then 100,000 soldiers into Punjab for a showdown with Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale and the Sikhs.

    She thought that the Sikhs would fall on their knees and beg for mercy by seeing so much soldiers.

    But no, the Sikhs fought so gallantly that only a handful of them fought against more then 4,000 soldiers in the Holiest Shrine of the Sikhs in Amritsar for 5 full days.

    When all means had failed the Indian army bombed the battlefield and threw chemical gas into the Holiest Shrine plus attacking the Shrine with tanks.

    Only then the Sikhs could be defeated. What a great injustice was done in the so called secular India.

    What Bhindranwale did for the Sikhs will never be forgotten. He gave the world an example of how a Sikh of Guru Gobind Singh Ji should be.

    By RajKaregaKhalsanet| 592 views

  • Remembrance - The Sikh Story - Part 2 - World War I and II
    Remembrance - The Sikh Story - Part 2 - World War I and II

    World War I (also known as the First World War, Great War or War of Wars, abbreviated WWI) was a military conflict centered on Europe that began in the summer of 1914. The fighting ended in late 1918. This conflict involved all of the world's great powers, assembled in two opposing alliances: the Allies (centred around the Triple Entente) and the Central Powers.The Indian Army in fact outnumbered the British Army at the beginning of the war.
    India under British rule contributed greatly to the British war effort by providing huge numbers of both men and resources.

    World War II, or the Second World War[1] (often abbreviated as WWII or WW2), was a global military conflict lasting from 1939 to 1945, which involved most of the world's nations, including all of the great powers: eventually forming two opposing military alliances, the Allies and the Axis. It was the most widespread war in history, with more than 100 million military personnel mobilised. In a state of "total war," the major participants placed their entire economic, industrial, and scientific capabilities at the service of the war effort, erasing the distinction between civilian and military resources. Marked by significant events involving the mass death of civilians, including the Holocaust and the only use of nuclear weapons in warfare, it was the deadliest conflict in modern human history.

    By RajKaregaKhalsanet| 529 views

  • Chill Out Relax Music - Wonderful Meditation Mantra - Guru Guru Waheguru
    Chill Out Relax Music - Wonderful Meditation Mantra - Guru Guru Waheguru

    Guru Guru Waheguru Guru Raam Daas Guru

    Waheguru is the primary Mantra; it means the "Wonderful Lord". The word Vaheguru is made up of two word Vaah(e) and Guru. Vaah or Vaahe is an ecstatic expression of awe and wonder. Therefore it is often translated as wondrous or wonderful. Guru derives from two words. Gu means darkness, and Ru (Roo) means light. Therefore Guru means that power, being, and presence, which dispels darkness and brings light, in other words Enlightener. Cumulatively, the name implies wonder at the Divine Light eliminating spiritual darkness. It might also imply -Hail the Lord whose Name eliminates spiritual darkness. Thus the two constituents of Vaheguru (Vaahe+Guroo) implies the state of wondrous ecstasy and offering homage to the Divine Creator Being.

    By RajKaregaKhalsanet| 602 views

  • With your eyes see Guru Arjan
    With your eyes see Guru Arjan

    This Shabad is by Bhatt Mathuraa in Svaiyay Mehl 5 on Ang 1408 of King of Kings Dhan Dhan Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaj:

    jot roop har aap guroo naanak kahaa-ya-o.
    The Embodiment of Light, the Lord Himself is called Guru Nanak.

    taa tay angad bha-ya-o tat si-o tat milaa-ya-o.
    From Him, came Guru Angad; His essence was absorbed into the essence.

    angad kirpaa Dhaar amar satgur thir kee-a-o.
    Guru Angad showed His Mercy, and established Amar Daas as the True Guru.

    amardaas amrat chhatar gur raameh dee-a-o.
    Guru Amar Daas blessed Guru Raam Daas with the umbrella of immortality.

    By RajKaregaKhalsanet| 766 views

  • Waheguru Waheguru Waheguru Wahe Jio Simran
    Waheguru Waheguru Waheguru Wahe Jio Simran

    Waheguru is the primary Mantra; it means the "Wonderful Lord". The word Vaheguru is made up of two word Vaah(e) and Guru. Vaah or Vaahe is an ecstatic expression of awe and wonder. Therefore it is often translated as wondrous or wonderful. Guru derives from two words. Gu means darkness, and Ru (Roo) means light. Therefore Guru means that power, being, and presence, which dispels darkness and brings light, in other words Enlightener. Cumulatively, the name implies wonder at the Divine Light eliminating spiritual darkness. It might also imply -Hail the Lord whose Name eliminates spiritual darkness. Thus the two constituents of Vaheguru (Vaahe+Guroo) implies the state of wondrous ecstasy and offering homage to the Divine Creator Being.

    By RajKaregaKhalsanet| 741 views

  • WaheGuru VaheGuru Simran - GurMantar - Relaxing Soothing Chill Out Meditation Mantra
    WaheGuru VaheGuru Simran - GurMantar - Relaxing Soothing Chill Out Meditation Mantra

    Waheguru is the primary Mantra; it means the "Wonderful Lord". The word Vaheguru is made up of two word Vaah(e) and Guru. Vaah or Vaahe is an ecstatic expression of awe and wonder. Therefore it is often translated as wondrous or wonderful. Guru derives from two words. Gu means darkness, and Ru (Roo) means light. Therefore Guru means that power, being, and presence, which dispels darkness and brings light, in other words Enlightener. Cumulatively, the name implies wonder at the Divine Light eliminating spiritual darkness. It might also imply -Hail the Lord whose Name eliminates spiritual darkness. Thus the two constituents of Vaheguru (Vaahe+Guroo) implies the state of wondrous ecstasy and offering homage to the Divine Creator Being.

    By RajKaregaKhalsanet| 637 views

  • Wonderful Chill Out Relax Music - Blessings - Ik Onkar Satgur Parsaad
    Wonderful Chill Out Relax Music - Blessings - Ik Onkar Satgur Parsaad

    Watch Wonderful Chill Out Relax Music - Blessings - Ik Onkar Satgur Parsaad With HD Quality

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  • Wonderful Chill Out Relax Music - Ik Onkar Sat Naam - Meditation Mool Mantra
    Wonderful Chill Out Relax Music - Ik Onkar Sat Naam - Meditation Mool Mantra

    Lyrics:
    ik-oNkaar sat naam kartaa purakh nirbha-o nirvair akaal moorat ajoonee saibhaN gur parsaad.
    One Universal Creator God. The Name Is Truth. Creative Being Personified. No Fear. No Hatred. Image Of The Undying, Beyond Birth, Self-Existent. By Guru's Grace

    jap.
    Chant And Meditate:

    aad sach jugaad sach.
    True In The Primal Beginning. True Throughout The Ages.

    By RajKaregaKhalsanet| 440 views

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  • Kickstarter project - Cold Cast Statues of Garja Singh
    Kickstarter project - Cold Cast Statues of Garja Singh

    I am a 3D artist from the UK. I have worked in 3D design for over 12 years. What I am offering is a chance you to own and to help produce this affordable high quality 12 inch statue, of the famous 18th century Sikh warrior Garja Singh.

    The sculpture will be 12 inches tall and will be cold cast in resin bronze. There will also be a real bronze version which will be limited to 10 casts only. I have researched and carefully crafted each and every component in 3D. The images below show my reference source material used to recreate Garja Singh.
    Sikh history and art are my passion and I have always been inspired by stories about the brave Sikh warriors who who rose to forge their own Sikh empire in Punjab during the 1700's. I wanted to create something that would remind people of their bravery and celebrate their inspiration sacrifice. This is my way of sharing their story with the next generation.

    By RajKaregaKhalsanet| 337 views

  • With your eyes see Guru Arjan
    With your eyes see Guru Arjan

    This Shabad is by Bhatt Mathuraa in Svaiyay Mehl 5 on Ang 1408 of King of Kings Dhan Dhan Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaj:

    jot roop har aap guroo naanak kahaa-ya-o.
    The Embodiment of Light, the Lord Himself is called Guru Nanak.

    taa tay angad bha-ya-o tat si-o tat milaa-ya-o.
    From Him, came Guru Angad; His essence was absorbed into the essence.

    angad kirpaa Dhaar amar satgur thir kee-a-o.
    Guru Angad showed His Mercy, and established Amar Daas as the True Guru.

    amardaas amrat chhatar gur raameh dee-a-o.
    Guru Amar Daas blessed Guru Raam Daas with the umbrella of immortality.

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    Waheguru is the primary Mantra; it means the "Wonderful Lord". The word Vaheguru is made up of two word Vaah(e) and Guru. Vaah or Vaahe is an ecstatic expression of awe and wonder. Therefore it is often translated as wondrous or wonderful. Guru derives from two words. Gu means darkness, and Ru (Roo) means light. Therefore Guru means that power, being, and presence, which dispels darkness and brings light, in other words Enlightener. Cumulatively, the name implies wonder at the Divine Light eliminating spiritual darkness. It might also imply -Hail the Lord whose Name eliminates spiritual darkness. Thus the two constituents of Vaheguru (Vaahe+Guroo) implies the state of wondrous ecstasy and offering homage to the Divine Creator Being.

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  • Incredible India - Indian Tourism Advert - 2 Sikh Peaceful Protestors shot by Punjab Police
    Incredible India - Indian Tourism Advert - 2 Sikh Peaceful Protestors shot by Punjab Police

    India Incredible India - Indian Tourism Advert

    Gurdaspur/Patiala, Punjab (March 29, 2012): Punjab police today opened fire on Sikhs who had gathered at a Gurudwara Sahib in Gurdaspur to prevent right wing Hindu organization Shiv Sena from burning effigy of Bhai Balwant Singh Rajoana, a Sikh political prisoner who is on death row.

    2 Sikhs protesting peacefully were shot when police fired on those assembled near Ramgarhia Gurdwara on Tibri road in Gurdaspur this morning. Curfew was later clamped in the town in view of the tension.

    Jaspal Singh (18) of Sidhwan Jamita village near Gurdaspur died after he was shot at by Punjab police. He was a student of Beant College, Gurdaspur.

    A very young Ranjeet Singh Mandher, only 16 years old, son of Jaswinder Singh, from village Pandher (Mukerian road). Punjab police shot him & left him laying there bleeding. He had to take his own rickshaw to the hospital. From there the hospital in Gurdaspur sent him to Amritsar.

    The Government in Punjab has tightened it's grip on Sikh organizations and Sikh leaders with more than two hundred arrests but did nothing to prevent Hindu right wing organizations like Shiv Sena and it's activists.

    By RajKaregaKhalsanet| 318 views

  • Incredible India - Balwant Singh Rajoana on Death Row
    Incredible India - Balwant Singh Rajoana on Death Row

    Balwant Singh explained his actions. He described the deep wounds on the Sikh psyche caused by the attack on the Golden Temple by the security forces during Operation Blue Star. He spoke of the State-sponsored pogrom of tens of thousands of Sikhs following Indira Gandhi's assassination, where Sikhs were burnt, mutilated and left for carrion, funeral rites denied, when women were dishonoured, the youth emasculated and homes burnt. He asked the Chief Justice who were the terrorists: those who did these acts or those who defended the victims?

    Human beings can fight such injustice and oppression only by sacrificing themselves. Balwant Singh said the government of India had killed its own people.

    By RajKaregaKhalsanet| 258 views

  • Kirpa Charge - Indus Warrior meets Dubtician - - chill out relax music
    Kirpa Charge - Indus Warrior meets Dubtician - - chill out relax music

    Waheguru is the primary Mantra; it means the "Wonderful Lord". Kirpaa means "Grace". The word Vaheguru is made up of two word Vaah(e) and Guru. Vaah or Vaahe is an ecstatic expression of awe and wonder. Therefore it is often translated as wondrous or wonderful. Guru derives from two words. Gu means darkness, and Ru (Roo) means light. Therefore Guru means that power, being, and presence, which dispels darkness and brings light, in other words Enlightener. Cumulatively, the name implies wonder at the Divine Light eliminating spiritual darkness. It might also imply -Hail the Lord whose Name eliminates spiritual darkness. Thus the two constituents of Vaheguru (Vaahe+Guroo) implies the state of wondrous ecstasy and offering homage to the Divine Creator Being.

    By RajKaregaKhalsanet| 110 views

  • Sohila - Sikh Prayer - Spanish Espanol - English
    Sohila - Sikh Prayer - Spanish Espanol - English

    Kirtan Sohila is a collection of hymns of Guru Nanak ji, Guru Amardas ji and Guru Arjan Dev ji. These hymns underline the pains of parting of human beings from God and the bliss to be achieved when one unites with God again. To remove the fear of death. Good to recite when your life feels boring, and you are uninspired. It multiplies your aura, eliminates negativity in you and around you, and protects you. Excellent before you sleep at night to bring restful sleep, prevent nightmares and create a shield of protection. This Bani protects the soul on its journey after it leaves the body at death. Related to earth element. Panj Ishnana (washing feet, hands and face) is performed before going to sleep. After this, one is to sit upon their bed cross-legged, facing their pillow and recite the prayer. Satguru is with us at all times and protects us from the Angel of Death and demons. If one unexpectedly dies in their sleep, they will not enter lower lifeforms. Bad thoughts or dreams do not occur if Kirtan Sohila has been recited. Satguru places an iron fortress around him/her so nothing can hurt or scare the individual.

    By RajKaregaKhalsanet| 99 views

  • Reach Out To WaheGuru
    Reach Out To WaheGuru

    Waheguru is the primary Mantra; it means the "Wonderful Lord". The word Vaheguru is made up of two word Vaah(e) and Guru. Vaah or Vaahe is an ecstatic expression of awe and wonder. Therefore it is often translated as wondrous or wonderful. Guru derives from two words. Gu means darkness, and Ru (Roo) means light. Therefore Guru means that power, being, and presence, which dispels darkness and brings light, in other words Enlightener. Cumulatively, the name implies wonder at the Divine Light eliminating spiritual darkness. It might also imply -Hail the Lord whose Name eliminates spiritual darkness. Thus the two constituents of Vaheguru (Vaahe+Guroo) implies the state of wondrous ecstasy and offering homage to the Divine Creator Being.

    By RajKaregaKhalsanet| 572 views