1. Siri Guru Granth Sahib w/...

I’m excited to announce SikhNet’s release of a new printed 5 volume set of the Siri Guru Granth Sahib with English Translation by Dr. Sant Singh Khalsa. Having the Siri Guru Granth Sahib available in translation allows many...

2. ANHAD – The Malaysi...

I would like to introduce you to a hot new SIKH ROCK BAND all the way from MALAYSIA called “ANHAD.”  Unless you live in Malaysia, you have probably never heard of them,well, NOW’S THE TIME! First off, I love their band...

3. Akash Bani

The past few days I have been adding lots of new music to the SikhNet Gurbani Media Center, and it’s always exciting for me to hear new musicians explore their creativity using Gurbani and Mantras. The past year I have seen quite a...

4. Patience Pays – 3HO...

A few years ago I blogged about a cool audio affirmation that SSS Harbhajan Singh Khalsa (Yogi Bhajan) made a recording of many years ago. It is about being patient in life, not worrying and letting God take care of your affairs.     The...

5. ACT – Don’t R...

Last night I was trying to go to sleep early so  I could wake up refreshed in Amritvela to Meditate, and just kept sitting watching/reading the flood of twitter posts (particularly #Rajoana #IPledgeOrange ) finding it hard to put away my...
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What’s your poo telling you?

There are facts of life which we don’t normally talk about publicly, and one of them has to do with something that we all do every day (at least if you are healthy and regular). Ok, I know this is going...

Making an Impression – A True Stor...

In early 1900 till around 1950′s there used to be a much different culture in America. People used to be more family oriented, close together, respectable, mannerly, good natured etc. Over the past 50...

Dust of the Dust of the Dust….

Over the years I have observed some characteristics that some Sikhs have taken on regarding an effort to reduce ego/pride. As Sikhs we are taught to not get attached to the five "challenges" of...

Marijuana and Nihangs

Most Sikhs have heard of Nihangs and their usage of marijuana/sukha/bang/etc. But most don’t know why, and that in the pure tradition of the Nihangs this plant was a tool in the warrior tradition of the...

SikhNet DVDs and Gurbani Audio CDs Now A...

In 2007 SikhNet produced quite a few different media products which include the, "Inspiration Series" of short videos (many with Guruka Singh) that we have shown on SikhNet over the past few years,...

A Crude Awakening: The Oil Crash

This weekend I watched a documentary that was very thought provoking. The documentary examines the world’s dependency on oil and the impending chaos that’s sure to follow when the resource is...

Quote of the Day – Death

(Page from the 2008 Golden Temple – Inspirations Calendar)  Share...

Awakening to Leadership – Are You ...

The past few days I have been watching old videos of SSS Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji in dialog and question and answer sessions with Sikh Youth in various places. Here is one that I really enjoyed and...

Being a Teacher for your Children

While we are on the topic of Sikhi and Youth…there is always the issue of how as a parent we can teach and give our children an experience of Sikhi. How to give something that is more than history and...

Sikhi and Our Youth

In the past I have posted quite a few audio lectures from Gurdwara by SSS Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji which I thought were very inspirational and educational (and have shaped who I am today). This weekend...

Blog Header Pictures

You might have noticed the new pictures on the top of the blog. A random picture will display every time the page loads. I hope you like them. I have looking through my pictures finding different images which...

To wake or not to wake: Summer Solstice ...

Here is a cool article that someone wrote about their experience of waking up in the early morning and participating in the daily sadhana at the Summer Solstice event that happens every year here in beautiful...

New Blog Design

For a while I have been wanting to update the blog layout because it was too narrow and the page ended up being really long. Now there is lots more room and some other nice features. You might have noticed...

The Best Morning Wakeup

Every morning Charanjeet wakes up around 6:30am and one of the first things she always wants (aside from oatmeal) is to see her brother Narayan. She just says it over and...

One God

Here is a lecture by SSS Harbhajan Singh Khalsa, from Gurdwara on June 18th 1989, on the topic of God and Religion.  Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required to play this audio...

The Yogi

In India at the time of Guru Nanak, there were many yogis.  They lived alone, they did not marry, nor did they work for their living. They lived in meditation caves, wore coats made from many rags...

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