Sunday, March 05, 2006

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Sat Sri Akal

The purpose of this podcast is to develop a 'bridge' in English to help us understand Sikhism and more about each other.

This week we continue to explore the history of the Sikhs to the 5th Guru and present a wonderful story entitled - The Scared Thread - teaching us that there is no value relying on worldly based materialistic items.

Guru Nanak has told us that a lasting thread for the soul can be made by practising in daily life the noble, lofty ideals of religion and morality. Let mercy be the cotton, contentment the thread, purity the knots and truth the needed twist. Blend
these virtues together into your everyday life. Thereby your soul will be be invested with a truly sacred thread. That thread will never get dirty, burnt, or lost and will never break but accompany your soul.

This week we also review Prabhu Nam Kaur and Snatam Kaur CD entitled: Mothers Blessing (with translations) and feature another snippet from Indi Kaur's wonderful accessible CD entitled: Keep on Walking. For more information please visit:


Featured Snippets
Inspirations lyrics are visible from: Seal's - Get together and Vision from the CD Seal IV (see
and Tu Asique Ha - by KK and Chorus featured in the movie Jhankar Beats.

Backing Track
From Dya Singh's (Australia) CD entitled :Naam the inner Journey.

Listening to this Podcast
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Believe in Waheguru.


At 5:11 pm, Blogger Gurumustuk Singh said...

Keep it up :) I just finished listening to the current episode.

At 9:00 am, Blogger Shakti Kaur said...

Great comment on MrSikhnet's blog...which then made me curious and I found both of your blogs. The podcasts are very inspiring and informative. You have put a lot of efforts into this endeavor and it's one of quality. Your comments on society and life on your other blog, really captured some of my sentiments too.


At 12:03 am, Blogger Dr Savi Arora said...

Hey Thanks very much for the kind feedback.
We're going to try and do this show everyweek, as we've now got some tools to help develop shows.
In addition, one of the team is great at editing. The last 2 shows were done through 99% takes.

Please spread the word and I'll also mention any of your feedback.


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