Jathedhars Take a Turn on the Golf Course

While I was in England there were all kinds of things going on in my home town of Espanola. There was a big birthday party to celebrate and commemorate the life of Siri Singh Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogi ji (Aka: Yogi Bhajan ) and many guests came from far away to participate, including a few different Jathedhars from India.

The friday before the birthday party we held the annual AMAR INFINTY FOUNDATION’s Yogiji Memorial Golf Classic golf tournament. The unique thing this year (so I heard) was the Jathedars dropping in and playing some golf. I happened to talk to my mother (Sat Kirin Kaur) while I was in England and thought this was so cool, and had to see some pictures. It’s one of those cultural clashes that you don’t expect. So, thanks to Ardas Kaur (who took the pictures) you can see for yourself.

It was strange and fun reading Prabhu Singh’s blog while I was in England. I was able to keep in the know of what was going on in my home town. It was strange though reading it from an observers role as opposed to the normal role of participating.

One Response to “Jathedhars Take a Turn on the Golf Course”

  1. Prabhu Singh says:

    I knew about the golf tournament, but I didn’t know the jethadars came. I couldn’t believe these pictures when I saw them. They are hilarious.