AJ Singh Offered Free Rides during Manchester Arena Blast!

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Taxi drivers, hotel workers, and the emergency services have worked through the night to help those caught up in the chaos of the Manchester Arena blast.

In the whole scenario as Sikh stood against all odds and offered free rides to the needy. This is what he said –

“I’ve had people who needed to find loved ones. I’ve dropped them off at the hospital. “They’ve not had any money, they’ve been stranded.”

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See here – https://www.facebook.com/LADbible/videos/3219189891461512/

Watch him in an interview – https://www.facebook.com/cbcnews/videos/10154645121667686/

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These Sikhs have been beaten for NO REASON!

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3 Sikh sewadars from a Gurdwara in Haridwar have been beaten up in Rajasthan Village!

The people there labeled the Sikh men as kidnappers when they were passing by the village and stopped to ask for directions. They have been beaten up badly by the goons for no bloody reason!

A FIR had been registered against the Sikhs but were released on no criminal and kidnapping records, but the guilty who have beaten them up are roaming free. An action is still awaited.

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3 Ground Breaking Facts about Holla Mahalla in Anandpur Sahib!

Courtesy – The National Geographic Channel

Inside India’s Mega kitchen, thousands of hands work tirelessly to serve tasty and healthy food to the visitors.

During the festival of Hola Mohalla, millions of people flock to Anandpur Sahib, which is why 200 langars are required to keep the visitors well fed.

Every year people come from all parts of the country to add to the festive spirit.

To keep the kitchen running, huge amounts of ingredients are used up on a daily basis.

 

India’s Megakitchens gives you an insider’s glimpse into the largest kitchens in India. These kitchens take inspiration from our rich heritage of serving people; combine it with cutting-edge technology to serve visitors nutritious food. Keep a Tab!

Kesh Katal of a 12 – year – old Sikh Boy

A 12.5-year-old Sikh boy – Sidak Singh living in M – Block Rajouri Garden, Delhi has been a victim of Racism where some boys did his Kesh Katal and fled from the spot.

The last update has been that the police is still on the search of the criminals and have promised to take strict action against the criminals.

It is sad how the 4 criminals have shown how some people are still against the Sikh Saroop and just cannot withstand in Puran Sikh Saroop.

The case if being investigated by the Delhi Police.

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This is how everything at this Store costs Rs10!

Out of the thousands of people doing good work to safeguard the poor and out of the billions who dream so and do nothing, This SIKH Sanstha has made a move that is inspiring millions!

This shop in Miller Ganj, Ludhiana, is a place where you may pick up anything and everything for Rs 10. Astonished much as to how? Read on…

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Taking from Shoes & clothes to everyday necessity items, this store has everything that costs Rs 10. This store is being run for the welfare of the poor and needy. The store is being run through Noor Sewa Sanstha, who pick up unwanted and disposed off clothes from the neighborhood, wash them clean and make them wearable and sell them at Rs 10. The money that is collected is again used for the welfare of the people. One member from the Sanstha has even donated his shop for the cause.

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“Come let us do something good for the masses who have been left behind, those who cannot afford even the basic necessities and bring a smile to them. People may connect with us or come to our store and share whatever they have that can be shared for good”, says Gagandeep Kaur.

Inspired much? You may get in touch with the Sanstha at 9915254112, 7696731000 and be a part of a positive change!

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This is how Guru Ka Langar at The Golden Temple , ensuring good health!

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Organic food is now not limited to the people with money who can afford to have fresh and very clean, pesticide free food. Organic food has now arrived at the Sikh Shrine The Golden Temple!

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All the approx 1 lakh pilgrims and devotees who visit the shrine daily will now enjoy organic langar and get closer to a better self.

Though SGPC – Siromani Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee receives around 1000 kg of food supply every three to four days but the committee resolves to increase the supply and provide natural and pesticide free food soon.

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SGPC secretary Daljit Kaur said “In January we started serving organic carrot, radish, spinach and cabbage as part of langar. The purpose is to serve devotees food that is chemical free.”

The 7 acre land attached to the Gurdwara Gurusar Satlani Sahib is being used to grow the organic Langar. The farming of wheat and fruits has been started. This has set an example for other Gurdwara’s too.

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Special Insight about Baba Baghel Singh Museum – Bangla Sahib!

At the entrance to the Baba Baghel Singh Sikh Heritage Multimedia Museum, Connaught Place, New Delhi, is a painting of Guru Nanak standing in the Ganga in Haridwar, tossing water in the direction of his home. Guru Nanak had seen pilgrims cupping water and tossing it towards the sun. He was told that it would bring peace to their ancestors. When pilgrims saw his actions they were surprised. His reply resonates in the headphones given to visitors at the museum: “If the water can reach your ancestors, surely it can reach my fields, only a stone’s throw away.”

The museum within the Gurudwara Bangla Sahib has been named after the Sikh warrior Baba Baghel Singh, who conquered Delhi in 1783. It houses nearly 40 paintings and murals made by artisans from across India, which through sensors, headphones and videos talk about the lives and teachings of Sikh gurus.

Vikramjit Singh Sahney, who conceptualised the museum, says, “The younger generation is not aware of our glorious past. Even the older generation does not know much about our rich tradition of secularism, gender equality, socialism and the comfort of universal co-existence in Sikh religion. The museum has been made to highlight this.”

Source  – Indian Express.

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SINGH BREAKS Guinness WORLD RECORD OF Producing 1,355 Tomatoes From A Single Plant!

Pensioner breaks Guinness World Record producing 1,355 tomatoes from a single plant.

Keen gardener Surjit Kainth, 68, planted the seedling in April last year and was stunned when his plant sprouted a never-ending supply of tomatoes. The father-of-three revealed his secret is giving the five-and-a-half-foot plant ‘a lot of care’, and also praying beside it.

He received official confirmation from Guinness World Records that he has broken the record for ‘most tomatoes grown on a single truss’. He nearly tripled the current record held by Graham Tranter, from Bridgnorth, Shropshire, who boasted 488 tomatoes in 2009.

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Keeper of the White Falcon – Guru Gobind Singh Ji!

1The tenth master Guru Gobind Singh Ji had many titles bestowed upon him, one of the most beautiful was Chittay baaja wala, the keeper of the white falcon. To infuse his Sikhs with worth, valour and to explain them the right path of life Tenth Guru was always holding a white Baaj in his hand.

It is because of these birds rarity that they would have been in extremely huge demand by emperors and kings in South East Asia and what more befitting a bird for Guru Gobind Singh Ji to handle as his favourite.

The Baaj features in a number of stories relating to the Guru! Get mesmerized in some of these…

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The Payback Time Story!

Once Guru Gobind Singh Ji was in the forest and he let the baaj fly off towards a small animal scurrying about in the undergrowth. The Baaj caught the animal and flew back to the Guru. It tore at the animal and fed on it. The accompanying Sikhs were taken aback by this incident and asked Guru Ji to explain. “In a previous time the Baaj and this animal were friends. The one who is now dead asked for a loan and swearing on the Almightys name said that he would pay it back. He was devious and never did return it, so this is payback time.” In this incident Guru Ji enlightened his Sikhs that if you take something that is not yours or promise to return it then you will be held to that promise no matter what.

The Power of Amrit!

The most significant story concerning the baaj is in 1699 when Guru Sahib Ji had created Amrit (holy nector) for the precise purpose of creating the Khalsa brotherhood. A few drops of Amrit had fallen from the iron cauldron, which were readily consumed by a few sparrows. The sparrows turned onto the Baaj and repeatedly assaulted him to such an extent that he had to take flight, followed vigorously by the sparrows. This incident showed the Sikhs that the Amrit created by the Tenth Guru had immense power, after drinking a few drops a small sparrow not only had the courage to take on a bird of prey but to harass it until it took flight and fled.

Guru Gobind Singh Ji said “I will create my Khalsa of such courage and vigour that he will take on armies of the enemy, he will stand up for the poor and the downtrodden –

Sava Lakh say ek ladaho”
(One will confront a lakh and a quarter of the enemy)”

In 1984 amongst the turmoil and terrible fate of so many Sikhs a white baaj appeared, seen by many it circled and perched on a branch, telling the Sikhs that the Guru was with them.

From time to time, it is said that a white Baaj is seen in the mountains of the Himalayas in the surrounding areas of Hemkunt Sahib where Guru Gobind Singh Ji performed much hard meditation to merge with the Almighty.

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As said this falcon is from Guru Gobind Singh Ji’s Baaj lineage.

 

 

 

 

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