Friday, 16 January 2009

Target: 1,000,000 Chaupai Sahib’s by June 2009

June 1984 saw the armies of India launch a full scale attack on Sri Darbar Sahib, Amritsar. This was one of the first of a series of brutal and calculated attacks on the Sikh community designed to ridicule and break the backbone of the faith. In the following 25 years we have seen hundreds and thousands of people lose their lives in what is nothing short of genocide. There has been no justice delivered as those guilty of crimes including murder, rape and torture walk freely and often hold ministerial positions. From the walkways of Darbar Sahib to the streets of Delhi, Sikhs have undergone unspeakable horrors.

The Khalsa is the army of Vaheguru himself, and the Khalsa Saint-Soldiers were created to defend the innocent and weak against tyranny and oppression. The Khalsa was formed to be a force which could always be relied upon for help, people that would never turn anybody away, a house that was always open to the homeless and the wounded
However, today it seems we have lost our way and rather than helping others, we find ourselves knocking at different doors asking for justice and protection. This is a small attempt to remind us that the only door we need to knock at, is that of the Guru.

O God (Gobind), kindly protect my honour and grasp my arm, I am Your humble servant.
The aim is to collectively complete 1,000,000 Chaupai Sahib paath’s in memory of the victims of the 1984 genocide, to pray for justice, and for the chardi khala of the Panth. This is our chance to unite across the globe, pray together and demonstrate our unity on this issue.
We cannot do this alone, we need our brothers and sisters, mothers and fathers from around the world, to join in with us and complete this task. As individuals we can only achieve so much, but with the support of Gurbani and the Sangat, we can attain everything.
So let’s show our conviction and faith in Vaheguru and complete 1,000,000 Chaupai Sahib’s by 4 June 2009.

Many of us will say that we have a passion for justice for the victims of 1984 and that we care about the Panth. However, in practical terms we often feel frustrated at not being able to do much to help. This paath will allow each one of us to make a daily contribution to the betterment of the Panth. We are at a stage where simply attending one day events is not enough, we need to be working daily towards justice and living as true Khalsa’s. If we truly care, then taking out just a few minutes each day is a small contribution to make.

The answer to this question is:
Anyone who feels hurt by the atrocities we have suffered over the last 25 years.
Anyone who wishes to pray for the victims of the 1984 to present, Sikh genocide.
Anyone who feels that that the innocents who suffered at the hands of tyrants deserve justice.
Anyone who feels that they are part of the Sikh Nation and wish for the Nation to flourish.
Anyone who actually wants to make a difference.
So in essence, this should include each and every one of us. It doesn’t matter if you are a Sikh or a non-Sikh, whether you have taken Amrit or not, whether you keep your kesh or not, whether you belong to certain groups or not. This is our chance to gather as a community of human beings and do something together for the betterment of our mothers and fathers who have suffered beyond our worst nightmares.

What we ask is that each of us reads/listens to as many Chaupai Sahib’s as possible with a collective aim to reach the target of 1,000,000. So read/listen to the bani and record how many you have done. Then on a weekly or fortnightly basis update the website so that we can keep a record of how we are doing.
If you cannot read Gurbani then please try and listen to the bani being read. You can download the audio, watch videos with the audio playing and obtain English translations for you to read. We just want as many people contributing as much as they can for the Panth, OUR Panth. If this means that you can manage one Chaupai Sahib a day, then we thank you, as that is one more prayer that had been done for the betterment of OUR Panth.
Each Chaupai Sahib will take no more than 5 minutes. So please, take out this time and do as much as you can.

The primary method of recording the number of paath done will be via this website, and once it opens on January 1st 2009 (see below) we ask that you visit the site regularly to submit the number of paaths you (and your family/friends) have done. The information we receive will be treated with full confidentiality.

Wednesday, 4 June 2008

1984 Sikh Rally 8th June 2008

Please attend with freinds and family, there is transport arranged from all major gurdwaras in the UK, please come together to remember the great shaheeds of 1984.

Monday, 28 April 2008

Saturday, 26 May 2007

Tribute to Shaheed Bhai Kamaljeet Singh Jee Nihang

Parnaam Shaheedo Nooh! Never forgotten always remembered!

Wednesday, 23 May 2007

Sikh Panth Nooh Benti

A call to the Sikh Panth it may be finished for our corupt leaders - Badal, Vedanti etc but this issue is not over for the Sikh Panth. We all need to walk under one Jathebandi or Jathedar and we need to give strict punishment to Baba Gurmeet Raam Raheem, Austosh, RSS and Bhaniyarewala. The time has to come to say goodbye to the tree trunk of the problem 'Badal' and we need to get him out of the picture becuase this person is a politicain he would do anyhting for his seat and to get money, he is a person that could kill his relatives if it was to do with his seat or money. Badal coulden't care less about the Sikh Panth apart from when he needs votes! Badal fell to the level of going to this Baba Raam Raheeem to ask for blessings and his son and wife. Badals wife visits Austosh every week for blessings. How worse can it be? We need to stand up for our rights and finsh these babas off! Simranjeet Singh Mann (Shromani Akali Daal Amritsar) is a man standing up for sikhs, Sant Samaj ( Sant Harnam Singh Ji Dhumma) Head of Damdami Taksal, Bhai Daljit Singh Ji Bittu, Bhai Balwant Singh Ji Nandgrah head of Takhat Damdama Sahib. We need these leaders to make a decision of how to finish and kill these babas. Badal, Vedanti are not going to do anyhting for the panth these are people set up to finish the Sikh Panth. Singhs and all Jathebandis need to get togehter and walk on the path to freedom by giving these pakhandi babas strict punishment.

Shaheed Bhai Kanwaljit Singh

Dhan Sikh Panth Deh Shaheed! Sada Parnaam Shaheeda Nooh!

Kirtan Darbar in memory of Giani Gian Singh Ji Surjit

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Spending this life fruitfully gurmukh goes to the other world. There in the true court (of lord) he gets his true place.

In memory of Bhai Sahib Bhai Gian Singh Ji Surjit there will be a Sehaj Path Bhog followed by a Kirtan Darbar on Monday 28th May 2007 from 10 a.m to 1p.m at Medway Towns Gurdwara Sabha Ltd, Cossack Street, Rochester, Kent, ME1 2EF.Please attend and remember this great Gurmukh Pyara through Kirtan. The Kirtan darbar is being held by Guru Nanak Mission Neterheen Birdh Ashram GT Road, Sapror Nangal Phagwara ,Punjab, India and Guru Nanak Komal Sangeet Acadmey.

Ragi Jathas Attending as the follows:· Bhai Hushar Singh Ji Chandan Hazoori Ragi Jatha· Giani Amarjit Singh Ji· Bhai Harbans Singh Ji Sooraj Alwar Wale· Giani Gurmel Singh Ji· Giani Sital Singh Ji Sitara· Bhai Gurbachan Singh Ji Hamdard· Bhai Seva Singh Ji Lalli· Giani Gurnam Singh Ji· Students of Guru Nanak Komal Sangeet Acadmey Gravesend and Medway.

For further information contact the numbers below:

Raghbir Singh – 07904850577

Medway Towns Gurdwara Sabha Ltd – 01634 849782

Websites linked with the Kirtan Darbar: