Guru Nanak Primary School – Beautiful CD by the Children

When I was in England last September (2005), I met Sukhmani Kaur (a fellow Sikh blogger). During my stay in England she brought myself and some other youth to visit the Guru Nanak Primary School (in Hayes). As you might have guessed she is a teacher there. She was involved with the children in making a nice Gurbani CD which was part of an extra-curricular club. This CD by the children is now being made available to the Sangat on a donation basis in order to raise funding for the school. I think Guru Nanak Primary School is one of the few Sikh public schools in England. I hope those of you that like the below tracks will support the school and make a donation.

Anyways, she gave me a CD while I was there, and for whatever reason never had a chance to listen to it. A few weeks ago I got an email from Sukhmani Kaur asking what I thought about it and possibly reviewing the CD. I thought to myself, “I haven’t even listened to the CD yet!”. So I looked through my desk and there it was (9 months after receiving it).

I started listening to it at work and really enjoyed it! Some of the CDs by kids are hard to listen to more than once…but this one I really enjoyed. My favorite tracks are the first and last ones which you can hear below. I have been listening to the “Wahe Guru Simran” track non-stop in my office at work for the past couple weeks. It is very soothing and helps me stay relaxed.

So, if you would like to support the school and get a copy of the CD they are suggesting a 5 pound minimum donation, and then they will send you a copy of the CD. Get a great CD and support a good cause!

Featured CD Tracks:

Vaheguru Simran

Khalsa Ji Ke Bol Bale (Ardas)

You can visit the school website at: http://www.gurunanakschools.org.uk

A few pictures from my visit to the school:
Here we are as “Kids in the Classroom”
Standing in front of the school

3 Responses to “Guru Nanak Primary School – Beautiful CD by the Children”

  1. Anonymous says:

    These kids have done great job. I cant stop singing “Khalsa Jee Ke Bol Bale, Bolo Ji Waheguru”

  2. Ajit says:

    Veerji,
    Sat Shree Akal. I am sikh from New Delhi, originally from Anandpur Saheb. My ancestors were the one who invited people to settle in Anandpur Sahib. This happened 4 times and with each time the spread of the deadly disease, plague, people left the city. Then Guru Saheb came and thus the city of Anandpur Saheb was formally settled.

    I tried a couple of times to develop a website on sikhism, but never the less I can tell you that the job that you are doing is excellent, amazing, awesome….. and I cannot match, in fact no one can match sikhnet.

    veerji these children are so melodious. The 2 clips are par excellence and the music lingers in your mind forever. Is it possible that you may make them available for download.

    Keep the wonderful job coming. Satguru sikhnet te mehran phariya hath rakhe.

    Guru Rakha..

  3. Ajit says:

    Veerji,
    Sat Shree Akal. I am sikh from New Delhi, originally from Anandpur Saheb. My ancestors were the one who invited people to settle in Anandpur Sahib. This happened 4 times and with each time the spread of the deadly disease, plague, people left the city. Then Guru Saheb came and thus the city of Anandpur Saheb was formally settled.

    I tried a couple of times to develop a website on sikhism, but never the less I can tell you that the job that you are doing is excellent, amazing, awesome….. and I cannot match, in fact no one can match sikhnet.

    veerji these children are so melodious. The 2 clips are par excellence and the music lingers in your mind forever. Is it possible that you may make them available for download.

    Keep the wonderful job coming. Satguru sikhnet te mehran phariya hath rakhe.

    Guru Rakha..