Remembering a Shining Light

This past weekend we celebrated and remembered the life of SSS Harbhajan Singh Khalsa (aka: Yogi Bhajan). This birthday event has always been a joyous occasion and serves to bring many people together. It is especially a great event for inviting the local community to learn more about us as Sikhs. There are normally quite a few political figures and local citizens who have a chance to get to know us better.

This year the Langar hall was transformed into a beautiful gallery for the event. There were all kinds of pictures, art work, jewelry, stories, videos, magazines, etc. showing the history of Sikh Dharma in the west and the life of Yogi Bhajan.

The entry way to the gallery with the "introduction"

At the entrance to the Gallery a huge banner of an old picture of SSS Harbhajan Singh (Yogi Bhajan) from when he was much younger. Here I am posing with my arm on the shoulder of my "buddy"… :)


Beautiful Painting by Seva Kaur (Los Angeles)

Bibiji Inderjit Kaur telling a story about her husband SSS Harbhajan Singh Khalsa and coming to America


Guru Charan Singh and Gurucharan Kaur showing me the cover of an old "Beads of Truth" magazine from when they were very young.


Some of my Family

My brother Dharam and me

Arjan and Dharam

My mother Sat Kirin Kaur and Bibiji Inderjit Kaur (wife of SSS Harbhajan Singh Khalsa) with little Charanjeet Kaur

Sardar Prabhu Singh

Charanjeet Kaur running around with her cute punjabi suit. If any of you have kids, you’ll know how long a clean suit lasts before something is spilled.

An rare picture of me and my mata ji

Charanjeet Kaur and her first turban. Lately she has been really into wearing a turban. She always finds Narayan’s turbans and tries to pull them on to her head. It’s so cute!

The Party tent

Evening entertainment program


Harpal Singh and Jaap Kaur practicing a song for the evening program. Such a cute couple :)

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