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Introducing the story of Ajeet: the Invincible Lion, a story that is also a shabd! Or is it a shabd that is also a story...? Hi! My name is Ajeet Singh. My name means that I am an invincible lion. Sometimes I'm brave and fearless like a lion, and sometimes I'm not. After all, I'm just a kid. I learn so much every day. At school there are some kids …
 
Nothing in this world lasts forever. Everything is temporary… well there is something that actually does last forever, do you know what that is? The truth. Truth lasts forever. And the teachings of the True Guru are perfectly true. And do you know what happens when the world is confronted with Truth? The world freaks out. So you can imagine how muc…
 
Why Sikhs celebrate Diwali (Bandi Chhor Divas). Diwali is the festival of lights. Once a year, the entire world comes together to light divas (candles) in remembrance of good conquering bad. The night sky is also lit up with beautiful fireworks. This amazing short animation shows why people from the Sikh faith celebrate Diwali, and how it came to b…
 
There were two friends who lived two very different lives. One spent his time well in the company of the holy, with the Guru. The other spent his time poorly with low people doing bad things. The one who did bad was rewarded with a gold piece. The one who did good was rewarded with a painful injury. What could it mean? Should they ask the Guru? rea…
 
After talking with the Yogis Guru Nanak made his way to a huge pilgrimage site: Hariduar. Huge throngs of people were throwing water to the rising sun to honor their ancestors. Guru Nanak started throwing water in the opposite direction. A Brahman asked him what he was doing. He said, "I'm watering my fields in the Punjab, surely it will reach the …
 
There were two friends who lived two very different lives. One spent his time well in the company of the holy, with the Guru. The other spent his time poorly with low people doing bad things. The one who did bad was rewarded with a gold piece. The one who did good was rewarded with a painful injury. What could it mean? Should they ask the Guru? rea…
 
Guru Nanak traveled all over India to spread the word of God, and he walked everywhere on foot. His companions Bala and Mardana always traveled with him. Once they were in a remote part of India called Kamrup where the people were famous for their devotion to black magic. When Guru Nanak reached the outskirts of the city he sat down under a tree an…
 
This is a story of two families. One family worked hard and used team-work. They were like the fingers of a fist that can't be broken apart. The other didn't like to work hard and argued with each other. They were like a hand where the fingers don't agree to do the same thing. See what treasures and rewards there is for those who work together! rea…
 
Guru Nanak Dev Ji used to travel on foot everywhere with his companions and musicians, Bala and Mardana. One day they were walking and Mardana felt very thirsty. It was very hot outside and they had been walking for a long time. Finally they reached a hill with a dwelling at the top. They were sure they would be able to get water there. A man lived…
 
The moon was bright in the dark sky, while the soothing sound of Gurbani Kirtan was flowing in the Gurdwara. Everyone had their eyes closed, focused on the vibration. Suddenly out of the the langar hall came a disturbing sound! A young lady got up and went into the kitchen to see what was going on, "Hmm look at these footprints.... " Then she whisp…
 
Guru Nanak, together with Mardana and Bala, his two friends who always served him, traveled together to the country of Kashmir. They came to the city of Sri Nagar. There the people knew who he was because of his grace and his light. The people were very happy and blessed to sit with him and learn from him. In that city there was also a Pundit named…
 
Once Guru Gobind Rai disguised himself, while playing a trick to help his Sikhs learn about what selfless service truly means. He disguises himself as an regular traveler. It was very early in the morning before the sunrise and he would knock on everybody's door and ask, "excuse me, I don't want to bother you, but do you have any food to share?" Li…
 
The Short film KAUR tells the story of a young Sikh girl, Saibhang Kaur, who loves science but feels the social pressure that "girls don’t belong in science club." Not sure what to do about her dreams, Saibhang Kaur thinks about giving up. But when Saibhang’s grandmother tells her the true story of the 18th century Sikh warrior princess Mai Bhago, …
 
Once all there was was the Big Beautiful Light and It was so happy It exploded with joy! Now there were lots of little sparks with the Big Beautiful Light. One of these little sparks came to earth as a little girl. Now it is not as easy to remember home. With the help of the Guru we can all remember the Big Beautiful Light all the time. read more…
 
The mother hen finds wheat seeds and tries to get help making bread. All the animals say they will help but don’t end up doing much to the irritation of her chicks. In the end the chicks won’t give them any bread but the mother brings out the virtues of the other animals, they share bread and the animals really help more in the future. read more…
 
Before Guru HarKrishan became the 8th Guru, many people wanted to know who the next Guru was to be. Once a man went to Guru Har Rai and asked him which of his sons was to be the next Guru & Guru Har Rai instructed the man to perform a special test that could show the sign of the greatest superpower and likewise the next guru. Listen to hear what ha…
 
Once a raja in India wanted to meet Guru Nanak, amazed at hearing of the Guru, the raja built majestic gardens for Guru Nanak. While Guru Nanak was still far away from he area of the raja, during that time many spiritual people thought to see the raja also. The raja only sought to meet the true Guru, so the raja created a test to determine the visi…
 
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