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Bhand Jamiye

In a time where there were no equal rights and women were viewed at a lower status than men. Our Guru Sahib faught against this common belief teaching us there is no difference in the status of men or women. In this beautifully sung Shabad by Guru Nanak Dev Ji the importance of women is explained.

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Bhand Jamiye

Bhand Jamiye

In a time where there were no equal rights and women were viewed at a lower status than men. Our Guru Sahib faught against this common belief teaching us there is no difference in the status of men or women. In this beautifully sung Shabad by Guru Nanak Dev Ji the importance of women is explained.
Zamzama Thaup Paran

Zamzama Thaup Paran

In this episode of The Sikh History Series with Bhai Surdarshan Singh Ji, we learn about the powerful Zamzama Cannon, also known as Kim’s Gun or Bhangi di Toap. Cast in 1757 in Lahore during the Durrani Empire, this 4.5-meter-long cannon with a 24cm bore was the largest of its time. Made from brass and copper with intricate floral patterns and Persian verses, it bore the inscription “A destroyer even of the strongholds of the heaven.” Used in battle by the Durranis from 1761, it was seized by the Sikh army led by Sardar Hari Singh Bhangi in 1762. The composition “Thaup Paran” details its devastating impact in battle, showcasing its thunderous roar and fearsome power.
Aad Guray Nameh

Aad Guray Nameh

A beautifully sung shabad from Siri Sukhmani Sahib composed by Guru Arjan Dev Ji. This will in no doubt melt your heart and halt those ever racing thoughts in your mind, allowing you to feel totally at ease.
Listen

Listen

Listen to the album Satgur Nanak by Gurmat Sangeet Academy brought to you by Kirtan Fi. The third track on the album is called Listen.
Poota Maata Ki Asees

Poota Maata Ki Asees

Just as a mother loves her child, Vaheguruji (God) loves us all. A mothers prayer is that her child never forgets the true Lord and nurtures that love for Vaheguruji. This shabad has been sung in such a way that will fill your heart with love.
Rakhe Rakhanhaar

Rakhe Rakhanhaar

Gurbani we read everyday as part of our evening prayer, Rehraas Sahib. Once we renounce our ego and submit ourselves to the one, we will be saved. This shabad is beatifually sung and will surely make you feel at peace.
Rain

Rain

Listen to the album Satgur Nanak by Gurmat Sangeet Academy brought to you by Kirtan Fi. The fourth track on the album is called Rain.
Mohe Na Bisaaroh

Mohe Na Bisaaroh

This shabad by Bhagat Ravidas Ji has been sung in a soul touching way. We are all the children of Vaheguruji and beg for their mercy and protection.
Simran: Acceptance

Simran: Acceptance

Accepting the will of Waheguru, or Waheguru's Hukham, is a key tenant rife throughout Sikh History. One way Sikh achieve this acceptance is by chanting Waheguru or Simran. This Simran is tonally perfected to elicit these feelings.
You

You

Listen to the album Satgur Nanak by Gurmat Sangeet Academy brought to you by Kirtan Fi. The fifth track on the album is called You.
Jaag Re

Jaag Re

A truly insprational shabad sung in this video to encourage our minds to awaken to the power within us (Vaheguruji, God) and use this life to walk on the true path with the guidance of Gurbani to merge with Vaheguruji (God)
Rise

Rise

Listen to the album Satgur Nanak by Gurmat Sangeet Academy brought to you by Kirtan Fi. The second track on the album is called Rise.
Deeds

Deeds

Listen to the album Satgur Nanak by Gurmat Sangeet Academy brought to you by Kirtan Fi. The first track on the album is called Deeds.
Ecstacy

Ecstacy

Listen to the album Satgur Nanak by Gurmat Sangeet Academy brought to you by Kirtan Fi. The sixth track on the album is called Ecstacy.
Oh Father: Baba

Oh Father: Baba

Oh Father! is the third track from the "In The End" Album by Bhai Parminder Singh Ji Australia, recorded and produced by Kirtan Fi.