Dhan Dhan Guru De Pyarai Daughter of Sri Guru Gobind Sahib Ji Daughter of Mata Sahib Kaur Ji Fearless Warriors Courageous Mothers Determined Daughters They suffered great in-humane tortures Watch their children bleed to death Witnessed the brutal murder of their husbands Yet, they fought for freedom and faith Remembered Guru Ji in every breath And were an Inspiration to all Sikhs We are a Kaur Princess We are a Brave Lioness We are the Daughters of the Khalsa
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Dedicated to Dhan Dhan Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji
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Early Childhood:


“He will be a great man and our village Talwandi will become famous in the world.”

The Day –Dreamer
The Questioning Years
The Sacred Thread

Youth Years:


"Guru Nanak Dev Ji put all his ideas about God into poetry, so that people could memorize them. Then he, Bala and Mardana sang them together. Soon all over the Punjab, people were singing Nanak’s hymns about the One God, who is greater than anyone else, who is good and loves his creatures."

Guru Nanak Dev Ji Gets Married
The Boy who Traded Money for a Blessing
All Men are Brothers
The Man who was Re-born

The Journey of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji:


"Nor did his love for the people lessen with the years. He was never too tired to listen to their problems and was always ready to offer words of comfort and advice. The circle of peole who respect him and followed his guidance increased daily…"

Guru Nanak Dev ji on the “Holy” Ganga
Life by Good Deeds
Gold cannot be Taken to Heaven
A King Pays Homage to Guru Nanak Dev Ji
The Rich Man and the Poor Carpenter

Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji's Teachings:


“There is always room for holiness and goodness,” Guru Nanak Dev Ji answers. “Just as one jasmine petal can perfume a whole bowlful of milk so can one man re-fill the world with the fragrance of faith in God and in good deeds!”

There is Only one God
Sajjan the Robber
God is Everywhere
God Made all Men Equal
Guru Nanak Dev Ji chooses a Successor
There is Never Enough of Goodness

by FaujKaur @ Friday, November 23, 2007
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Pritam Bagauti
I bow to the woman of strength,
who's grace could be described at length.
I bow to the divine feminine,
in all women and within.


I bow to the adi shakti, the primal feminine power,
I honor that creativity in all, from each person to each flower.
I bow to the Khalsa women and their valiant bravery,
They are examples to the women in slavery.

Slavery of the mind, steals a woman's grace,
her unrighteous actions written on her face.
She does not realized she is enslaved,
she thinks she's empowered by actions depraved.

The women of the Khalsa, are worthy of praise,
Examples of how to follow the Guru's divine ways.
I bow to that divine feminine spirit of WaheGuru,
The mother and nurturer of all that is true.




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by FaujKaur @ Saturday, October 06, 2007
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"...Without a voice, how is one to sing?..."


Lend Me Your Heart and Give Me Reciprocity

Lend Me Your Spirit and Give Me a Choice

Lend Me Your Mind and Give Me Empathy

Lend Me Your Ears and Give Me a Voice.

I am the Jewel of Your Crown

I am the Walls of Your Fort

I am the Pillars of Your Mansion

I am a Daughter of the Khalsa

Picture: Simmal Tree Click here to View

by FaujKaur @ Saturday, October 06, 2007
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Guru Ji's Daughters - Let us Do Seva
Harimandir Sahib longs for the touch of Thy mothers,
Thy sisters, daughters, and all the others,
Who bow each day to Siri Guru Granth,
Following the path of the Khalsa Panth,
Who enter freely through all four doors,
Except when it is time to clean the floors.

In those holiest hours when it is such
A beautiful time to serve and touch
The marble where the saints have walked,
Why must those gilded doors be locked
To women alone, the Guru’s daughters,
Cleansed by Thy Word and Thy Holy Waters?


The women of Bibi Bhani’s line,
And those descended from Mata Sahib Kaur’s time,
Gather as one to utter this prayer:
"O compassionate Guru of infinite care,
Let all Sikhs enact this holy rite,
As all are immaculate in Thy sight."


Poem: Gurukirn Kaur Khalsa

Picture: Gurumustuk Singh Click here to View

by FaujKaur @ Saturday, October 06, 2007
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