17th January 1872: On His departure from Sri Bhaini Sahib, bidding farewell to his countrymen. Satguru Ram Singh Ji is seen in a bullock cart having covered himself with Mata Karmo’s black blanket and consoling his perturbed sangat.
15 Dec 2012: Shabads performed by Ustad Harbhajan Singh Ji in memory of Sri Satguru Jagjit Singh Ji
Shabad: Thoo aapae aap varathadhaa
Shabad: Ath preetham man mohanna
Shabad: Raaj n chaaho mukath n chaaho
2-4 June 2017 Sri Satguru Uday Singh Ji's Visit to UK
Southall Visit: Sri Satguru Uday Singh Ji blessed the UK sadh sangat during a short 3 day visit. (Friday, June 2 to Sunday, June 4, 2017). This visit to the UK included his first visit to Namdhari Sikh Sangat Southall (NSSS), since attaining Gurgaddi in 2012. NSSS hosted the first Asa de Var of the dhora on 2nd June. The rest of the events took place at Namdhari Gurdwara, East London. It has been 17 long years since the last visit to the Southall premises by Sri Satguru Jagjit Singh Ji. The desire and passion for this long waited blessing was clearly reflected by attendance and mood of the gathered sangat. – as Guru Nanak says “Were a hundred moons to rise and a thousand suns, the light so created will be but utter darkness without the Guru” . The Asa Di Var kirtan was recited in the early morning hours in a very melodious way and style. Ustad Harbhajan Singh and raagi Kirpal Singh took lead and it was sung collectively by UK based musicians. The Asa di Var was interlaced with soul searching Hymns (shabads). Before the conclusion of the program Sri Satguru Uday Singh Ji delivered his pavitaar updesh to the sangat.
14 May 2017 - UK sangats Remembrance Mela for Sri Mata Chand Kaur Ji
“ਭੁਖੋ ਦੇ ਢਿੱਡ ਵਿਚ ਅੰਨ ਪਾਉਣ ਤੋਂ ਵੱਡਾ ਪੁਨੰ ਹੋਰ ਕੋਈ ਨਹੀਂ”
“NOTHING CAN BE MORE VIRTUOUS THAN FEEDING A HUNGRY SOUL” – Pavittar Updesh Sri Satguru Jagjit Singh Ji
1 February 2017 is Basant Panchmi and the Parkash Utsav of SRI SATGURU RAM SINGH JI. (Born on Basant Panchmi of 1816).
Sri Satguru Ram Singh ji is ranked as one of the personalities who shaped the millennium. Sri Guru Ram Singh considered political freedom a part of religion. He had lasting influence which changed the history and outcome of British rule in India. Satguru Ji’s wisdom and philosophical outlook contributes to mankind and had influence on its contemporaries. His contribution for gender equality on its own, takes him to the top of the list of supreme reformers of the world. Sri Satguru Ram Singh Ji preached for goodness of whole mankind. Such was his charisma, that during his fight for India’s independence, it rekindled Sikhism in thousands of Sikhs who became to be known as ‘Namdharis’ or ‘Kookas’.
Dhan Sri Satguru Ram Singh Ji ..
Sri Satguru Ram Singh Ji was in the line of great spiritual leaders of the world, but he had vivified his spiritualism with action and sacrifice. After the downfall of the Sikh Government, when utter demoralization had set in among the Sikhs, Sri Satguru Ram Singh Ji re-kindled into them the spirit of Guru Nanak and Guru Gobind Singh and chalked out a programme of action to train them in the mission which the Gurus had come to fulfil.
In 2016, Namdhari Sangats all over the world will celebrate the 200th Anniversary of the birth of Satguru Ram Singh Ji
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When people start meditation, one of the questions they often have is that they are unable to concentrate. This is heartening because the most difficult step of beginning to meditate has been taken, and only once a person is meditating do they think about concentration. This sense of realisation does not occur to us whilst watching a movie or when indulging in gossip or slander. It is only when we step on this path of naam simran, do we begin thinking about our shortcomings; just as someone can only be treated when they acknowledge they have an illness. Therefore, those who meditate should not lose faith even if initially they feel they are unable to concentrate.