Siri Singh Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa had given the directive to the American Sikhs to take the teachings of Siri Guru Granth Sahib to South America. In the spirit and dedication that Yogiji had brought the Guru’s teachings to the Western hemisphere, so have a group of North American Sikhs taken time away from their work with their own resources undertaken a very extensive tour of 9 countries and 13 cities to teach of the power and love of our Sacred Siri Guru Granth Sahib.

The first tour took place in October of 2003. Organized and directed by Singh Sahib Guru Bachan Singh Khalsa this mission began by organizing a teaching tour of South America called: The Lord Of Miracles Tour. The entire tour has been created and dedicated to the honor of Guru Ram Das and is held during the month of Guru Ram Das Birthday.

In October 2004, the Siri Singh Sahib ji passed away on the actual birthdate of Guru Ram Das. As the tour was scheduled to depart on that very day, it became a virtual tour culminating with the first Amrit Sanchar of South America in Chili February 2004.

Today, October 10, 2005 the tour continues once again. Through the dedication of Singh Sahib Gurubachan Singh Khalsa, he is accompanied by his wife, Sardarni Sahiba Guru Bachan Kaur Khalsa, his daughter Sat Bachan Kaur Khalsa, his son Sat Gurmukh Singh, his 2 year old grandson Amar Singh Khalsa and a Jatha of other very distinguished teachers and kirtanees; Mukhia Sardarni Sahiba Hari Dharam Kaur Khalsa, Guru Granthi, Sardarni Sahiba Sat Kirin Kaur Khalsa…Granthi and Ragi….to be continued

SS Satkirin Kaur Khalsa
Brooklyn, NY


  1. freesikh says:

    waheguru ji ka khalsa
    waheguru ji ki fateh
    dhan guru nanak
    may guru ram das ji and guru nank dev ji be with you . I hope the tour is a huge success and people take to sikh and khalsa way of life!I hope and pray that one day i also walk in great steps of yours and be a missionary in the name of guru nanak . May waheguru be with you in every step and every heart and make this a great success!!
    dhan guru nanak
    waheguru ji ka khalsa
    waheguru ji ki fateh

  2. Hari Singh says:

    It is heartening to see the young and energetic Sikhs of the West undertake the pure and powerful message of guru ram das to their fellow brothers & sisters in south America.

    “The Guru’s Sikh, and the Sikh’s Guru, are one and the same; both spread the Guru’s Teachings.� (p444)

    dhan dhan guru ram das and dhan dhan guru ki Sangat!

  3. This is exactly what we need! It gives me the feeling of how it would have been at the time of the Gurus. Please document your journies well so that the whole world knows your experiences and can benefit from them indrectly too. Satnaam.

  4. reshamsingh says:

    the storm of khalsa is going towards south america with high energey and high will wash the dirty atmoshphere of south america.this will bring a fresh spring in the next coming years
    the whole world will see the sun rising of khalsa movement from latin america.

    raaj karega khalsa
    aaki rahe na koe

    this is coming true very soon.

  5. Rajinderd says:

    I think doing jounries like this to spread the ward of sikhism reminds me when we went to clime the three peaks chalange in the uk for beefit of local sikh football teams & local cancer ward of our hospital Keep up the good work.Its easier said than done. Regards Rajinder Singh

  6. Taran says:

    I have been studying sikhism for a year, now im a sikh and aspiring to become a Khalsa, im 31 years old from Costa Rica and I do believe in the light of Sikhism and it spreading from central till the end of south america, there is a Gurudwara in Panama wich I havent been to, I only got the chance to share with the sat sangat at New York, I miss the Gurudwara much the sangat and doing sewa. I speak fluent english and spanish and I would love to help in anything I can the help spread the light of sikhism to all, so if there is anyway that you can use my help im at your service, my name is Taran Talwaar Sing, email is [email protected]
    Waheguruji ka khalsa
    Waheguruji ki fateh fateh

  7. Rolando Vergara says:

    I work at the Embassy of Panama and girl whos religion is SIhk want to get married in Panama. I would like to know if in Panama do you have temples, I am sure that yes, but could you send me the exact location of one of them.

  8. Gurdwara Guru Nanak Sahib
    Calle 8ta Parque Lefevre
    Panama City
    (507) 221-7798
    (507) 221-7798

  9. SatSundri Kaur says:

    Wahe Guru, Bhainji!

  10. surya kaur says:

    Sat Nam. I would like to know exactly the meaning of the word SAHIB, or SAHIBA.

    And when it became as a title for some particular sikhs. Thank you, blessings

    Surya Kaur


  11. dario santacruz veslin says:

    Iam looking and  very old friend ..His name is guru singh khalsa ra , he was my master , but after one hurricane in florida , I lost contact with him …I think he is in Ecuador know , in the region of carchi…¿Some body , with all respect , can give me some information about my old friend ??????????????’
    [email protected]

  12. dario santacruz veslin says:

    Khalsa energy will be spread from Colombia and Ecuador to south america , as it can be done from other points of  the planet…….

  13. See my website I am interested in establishing contacts with Sikhs or their well wishers in South and Central Americas. Swarn Singh Kahlon, Chandigarh.
    [email protected]

  14. Rattan Singh says:

    Wahe Guru Ji ka Khalsa, Wahe Guru Ji ki FatehI would like to inform all the users of this site that the Sociedad Civica Guru Nanak Sahib has been established in Panama City, Rep of Panama since 1985 who run the Gurdwara Guru Nanak Sahib.
    The Gurdwara’s adress is calle 8va, Parque Lefevre, Panama City.
    Tel. 507-221-7798
    P.O. Box 0834-0318
    As soon as i finish the web page i will be posting the adress and e-mail.
    any further contact you can e-mail me at [email protected]
    Rgds to all
    Rattan Singh, Panama City, Panama

    Photo of the Gurdwara at

  15. Gurbakhesh Singh says:

    I am on a visit to my son here in Chicago these days on vacations from Chandigarh where I am in employment in a Bank and residing[actually SAS Nagar-Mohali-]. I am sad on plight of the sikhs in Punjab but got encouragement and see optimism when I went through these pages and realized the `charhdi kala` of khalsa abroad. I appreciate the good deeds being done by khalsa community in foreign lands and pray to Akal Purkh to shower His kindness on His khalsa so that it could show the path of true living to humanity as guided by our gurus.

    Gurbakhesh Singh