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Interesting song on Sikh History

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ਤ੍ਰਿਬਰਗੇ – Tribarge – Meaning

So in our regular gurbani meetings, we often run across certain words that hold a lot of meaning and depth, that can be difficult to understand and remember. Today this word, that has come up several times in Jaap Sahib came up for discussion, so I thought I’d write done the results and share it […]

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Seriously

Said by a good friend, I think it should be on a T-Shirt. “Seriously, I’m not trying to be an asshole, but you should do some simran.” Seriously.

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What keeps me doing Panthic Work

What keeps me doing Panthic Work

These days it’s really easy for me to tell other to go away, and that “I’m busy, sorry – no time” But the reality is that as a Sikh it’s my duty to do panthic work. Right now the only thing that keeps me involved with Sikh Organizations is this paragraph from the Reht Maryada: […]

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GurbaniDB – Translate and Transliterate Sri Guru Granth Sahib

GurbaniDB – Translate and Transliterate Sri Guru Granth Sahib

Today the Sikher Project released GurbaniDB, where you can download 52 translations and 22 transliterations of Shri Guru Granth Sahib Ji under a CC-BY-NC-SA license. As far as I can tell these are entirely machine generated and of pretty poor quality – but that’s the point, these are destined to be used as starting points […]

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Sikh Odyssey – Sikh Religion and Punjab Trivia Game

Sikh Odyssey – Sikh Religion and Punjab Trivia Game

Check out this AWESOME game by Kulbir Kaur. It’s a trivia game all about Sikhi and related history. It looks very professional and fun to play. Some Sample questions: Q: Which Guru lived the longest? A: Guru Amaar Das Ji , 95 Q: Name the five rivers of Punjab. A: Jhelum, Chinab, Ravi, Sutlej, Beas Q: When did Maharaja […]

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20 Types of Gurdwara-Goers

20 Types of Gurdwara-Goers

I did not write this, just sharing with those of you who haven’t seen it as I think it’s quite true and funny. Original Source 20 Types of Gurdwara-Goers The following is a list of twenty observable categories of Sikhs who come to Gurdwara. This list is constructed on the basis of personal observation and […]

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Sehaj Houston Sikh Retreat – December 26th – 29th 2009

Sehaj Houston Sikh Retreat – December 26th – 29th 2009

Sehaj Sikh Retreat 2009 – Houston, TX December 26, 11:00 pm – December 29, 9:30 pm Sikh enthusiasts are coming together to create an inspirational environment from all across the country. Fostering individuals towards innovative solutions for Panthic Oriented Causes, SEHAJ delightedly invites you to Sehaj Sikh Retreat 2009. Participants will engage in an intense […]

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Introduction: Gurbani Groups Project

Introduction: Gurbani Groups Project

So at Saanjh 2009 we were split up into several large groups and given a problem, and several steps to a real-world solution. Below I’ve embedded the presentation my group gave with our proposed solution. In the coming weeks I hope to move quickly forward on this project, and hopefully meet all the long-term goals […]

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Panjab Digital Library Launched – Check it out!

Panjab Digital Library Launched – Check it out!

Check out this cool new Sikh project that just publicly launched Panjab Digital Library. From the press release: For the first time ever a searchable collection of millions of rare pages, on Sikhs and the region of Panjab has been made available. Panjab Digital Library (PDL) will include texts of manuscripts, books, magazines, newspapers and […]

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