Gurumustuk’s Gurbani MP3 Pick

Here are some more Shabads from the all night Rensubhai Kirtan from the 2003 Summer Solstice camp in Espanola, NM. The first and second two are by different Sikh women.

The first two tracks I remember very well (even though it was from 2 years ago). At the Summer Solstice camp I always seem to go through all kinds of personal and spiritual changes. It is a time which brings up the different issues in my life at the time. The environment really makes me think about my life and make changes. I always seem to have some emotional moments/releases during the camp where tears flow. It is normally during the early morning Sadhana meditations or during Shabads at Gurdwara. The love and beauty of some people playing Shabads just spark those feelings.

In any case…each MP3 track has it’s own unique style and quality. I hope you enjoy them.

Music by: Dalip Kaur (Sada Sat Simran Singh and others as backup male vocals).

  1. Har Har Amrit Nam Ras (14MB)
  2. Vaday Vaday Jo Desai Logh (9MB)

Music by: Unknown Sikh Woman (from Mexico)

  1. Mayra Baid Guru Govinda (10MB)
  2. Tu Mera Pita (20MB)

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Here is a picture of the MPA class of 2004. You can see my brother Dharam Singh in the top rear row smiling, with the Damala turban on.

In the light blue suit on the left-front is Dalip Kaur that sang the first two shabads.

18 Responses to “Gurumustuk’s Gurbani MP3 Pick”

  1. do you have pictures of the MPA class of 2003?

    all the best

  2. No… this was the first year I did pictures for the MPA graduation.

  3. Jaspal says:

    Some good looking Singhs n Kaurs.

    lovely jubley

  4. RS says:

    Gurumustuk –

    When you get a chance, someday maybe you could blog some information on Espanola, the city itself. Information such as jobs, real estate, economy, temprature etc. I bet there are many sikh families living in the US (outside of new mexico) that would be interested in moving there because they would be comfortable living surrounded by so many people of their own religion.

    Just an idea.

    Thanks for writing and posting interesting articles on your blog.


  5. That’s a good point. Maybe Prabhu Singh can post some info on his blog. He is born and raised here and knows the in’s and out’s of Espanola.

  6. iwantadastar says:

    Veer Ji,

    That is a really awesome inspirational picture especially for the youth like me. I’m at a point where I want to wear my “crown” and be a singhni..there isn’t that much sangat here where i could get directions on how to tie a dastar. Could you please post a video or directions on how to tie a dastar like the ones worn by the bhan jis? And also length of the dastar, material, etc. I would really appreicate it! Thank you!

  7. I will be putting a video together sometime after my trip to the UK. Stay tuned to SikhNet and my blog for into on this :)

  8. Coming soon…to a blog near you..

  9. Wahe Guru ji ka Khalsa
    Wahe Guru ji ki Fateh


    You can down load a video at:

    Chardi Kalaa

    Amar Prakash Singh

  10. Arvinderpal says:

    Waoo…Dalip Kaur’s voice is divine! I hope she continues to share her talent with the world. Gurumustuk, you must add more recordings of her over time.



  11. iwantadastar says:

    Looking forward to the video and thank you amar parkash singh veer ji!

  12. vjkkvjkf!

    to iwantdastar:

    check out these videos, they might be helpful –

  13. Gurmustak could you say my guru fateh to all of these singhs and kaurs.

  14. BCSikhYouth says:

    Vaheguru ji ka khalsa,
    Vaheguru ji ki fatheh!

    Wonderful! Future lies in the youth!

    Thanks for the post.

    Sikh Youth of BC

  15. isingh says:

    I’ve been meaning to write about how good Dalip Kaur sounded on track 1 and 2 but I’m glad I waited cuz I can add to that praise by saying that your voice just put my baby girl(10 month) to sleep.

    your voice is very soothing… i would’ve had to listen to her(my daughter) cry bloody murder for atleast 20 minutes cuz mommy aint home tonite.

    so thank you and keep up the Good Work! (btw, has anyone seen Gurumustak?? I’m going through major withdrawls :)) whereever you are mr. Sikhnet i hope you’re having fun.)

    Sat Nam!

  16. satnam ji sukh mani kaur how are ya ! i hope evything in life is well and good

  17. manpreet says:

    Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh!
    Can’t wait to listen to bibi dalip kaur (AKA deep kaur) future CD. Her keertan is so calm and relaxing.