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Kabir the Footballer

A Story Before Sohila

Nishaani presents A Story Before Sohila, each episode is read by a different person, this week it's Khushkaran reading Kabir the Footballer from RS Creative Books.

Episodes

Guru Nanak Dev Ji And the Boulder

1. Guru Nanak Dev Ji And the Boulder

Nishaani presents A Story Before Sohila, each episode is read by a different person, this week it's Gurminder reading Guru Nanak Dev Ji and the Boulder from Share Charity.
Adventures with Dadaji: Naam Japna

2. Adventures with Dadaji: Naam Japna

Nishaani presents A Story Before Sohila, each episode is read by a different person, this week it's Khushkaran reading Adventures with Dadaji: Naam Japna from Little Singhs & Kaurs.
What is a Patka?

3. What is a Patka?

Nishaani presents A Story Before Sohila, each episode is read by a different person, this week it's Jasminder reading What is a Patka? by Tajinder Kalia.
Be Brave My Love

4. Be Brave My Love

Nishaani presents A Story Before Sohila, each episode is read by a different person, this week it's Jason reading Be Brave My Love from Brave Lion Books.
Guru Angad Dev Ji and the Yogi

5. Guru Angad Dev Ji and the Yogi

Nishaani presents A Story Before Sohila, each episode is read by a different person, this week it's Gurminder reading Guru Angad Dev Ji and the Yogi from SHARE Charity.
Ajeet Singh the Invincible Lion

6. Ajeet Singh the Invincible Lion

Nishaani presents A Story Before Sohila, each episode is read by a different person, this week it's Harminder reading Ajeet Singh the Invincible Lion from Brave Lion Books.
Dream Big Little Kaur

7. Dream Big Little Kaur

Nishaani presents A Story Before Sohila, each episode is read by a different person, this week it's Rakhveer reading Dream Big Little Kaur from Brave Lion Books.
Kabir the Footballer

8. Kabir the Footballer

Nishaani presents A Story Before Sohila, each episode is read by a different person, this week it's Khushkaran reading Kabir the Footballer from RS Creative Books.

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Mitr Payare Nu

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Introduction to Gurmukhi: Ghagaa

Introduction to Gurmukhi: Ghagaa

P6 Academy present An Introduction to Gurmukhi to support the learning of Gurmukhi, beginning with the alphabet. This video presents Ghagaa.
Shaheedi

Shaheedi

A Dhadi Vaar dedicated to the Shaheedi Purab of the fifth Guru Sahibaan of the Sikh faith, Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji Maharaj.
Acceptance

Acceptance

The second of a five-part series covering the Macchiwara Saakhi (Story) by Dhadi Jatha Giani Sukhdev Singh Ji Booh and their debut album in conjunction with Kirtan Fi & Sampooranta (a.k.a. Stories by Kash). When Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb's army attacked the fortress of Chamkaur Sahib, Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji and the Khalsa Fauj (army) successfully resisted their onslaught and upon the direction of the Sikhs remaining in the fort, requested Guru Sahib Ji escape into the forests of Machhiwara.
Introduction to Gurmukhi: Gagaa

Introduction to Gurmukhi: Gagaa

P6 Academy present An Introduction to Gurmukhi to support the learning of Gurmukhi, beginning with the alphabet. This video presents Gagaa.
Dhadi Vaar Shaan

Dhadi Vaar Shaan

The sixth of a five-part series covering the Macchiwara Saakhi (Story) by Dhadi Jatha Giani Sukhdev Singh Ji Booh and their debut album in conjunction with Kirtan Fi & Sampooranta (a.k.a. Stories by Kash). When Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb's army attacked the fortress of Chamkaur Sahib, Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji and the Khalsa Fauj (army) successfully resisted their onslaught and upon the direction of the Sikhs remaining in the fort, requested Guru Sahib Ji escape into the forests of Machhiwara.
Introduction to Gurmukhi: Chachaa

Introduction to Gurmukhi: Chachaa

P6 Academy present An Introduction to Gurmukhi to support the learning of Gurmukhi, beginning with the alphabet. This video presents Chachaa.
Guru Angad Dev Ji and the Yogi

Guru Angad Dev Ji and the Yogi

Nishaani presents A Story Before Sohila, each episode is read by a different person, this week it's Gurminder reading Guru Angad Dev Ji and the Yogi from SHARE Charity.
Jap and Jas: Honesty is the Best Policy

Jap and Jas: Honesty is the Best Policy

Join the 2 fun-loving cousins, Jap & Jas, having fun in the snow, learning about the Sahibzaade and getting ready for a special birthday.
Jap & Jas: Show & Tell

Jap & Jas: Show & Tell

Jap & Jas are back at school and during show & tell, present to the class what they got up to during the summer holidays! Get your exclusive Jap Plushie from [NishaaniStore](https://nishaanistore.com "Visit NishaaniStore").
Akhand Kirtan Jatha

Akhand Kirtan Jatha

In this episode of the Kirtan Fi Podcast, produced in collaboration with the Bhai Sahib Randhir Singh Trust UK and Akhand Kirtani Jatha UK, we delve into the history and evolution of the Akhand Kirtani tradition. Releasing on Bhai Sahib Bhai Randhir Singh Ji’s birthday anniversary, 7th July, this episode features insights from Bhai Jujar Singh Ji, Bhai Kamaljit Singh Ji, and Bhai Rashpal Singh Ji.
Mool Mantar Lullaby

Mool Mantar Lullaby

This video is the beautifully sung Mool Mantar by Jasleen Kaur, produced by KirtanFi; let your little ones - or you wind down by listening to this video.
Kabir the Footballer

Kabir the Footballer

Nishaani presents A Story Before Sohila, each episode is read by a different person, this week it's Khushkaran reading Kabir the Footballer from RS Creative Books.
Dream Big Little Kaur

Dream Big Little Kaur

Nishaani presents A Story Before Sohila, each episode is read by a different person, this week it's Rakhveer reading Dream Big Little Kaur from Brave Lion Books.
Pir of Pirs

Pir of Pirs

The fifth of a five-part series covering the Macchiwara Saakhi (Story) by Dhadi Jatha Giani Sukhdev Singh Ji Booh and their debut album in conjunction with Kirtan Fi & Sampooranta (a.k.a. Stories by Kash). When Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb's army attacked the fortress of Chamkaur Sahib, Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji and the Khalsa Fauj (army) successfully resisted their onslaught and upon the direction of the Sikhs remaining in the fort, requested Guru Sahib Ji escape into the forests of Machhiwara.
Tati Vao Na Lagaee

Tati Vao Na Lagaee

This video, produced by KirtanFi, is the lovely shabad composed by Guru Arjan Dev Ji, sung by Sahib Singh Ambarsariya - Tati Vao Na Lagaee.
Ajeet Singh the Invincible Lion

Ajeet Singh the Invincible Lion

Nishaani presents A Story Before Sohila, each episode is read by a different person, this week it's Harminder reading Ajeet Singh the Invincible Lion from Brave Lion Books.
Teri Khel

Teri Khel

The fourth of a five-part series covering the Macchiwara Saakhi (Story) by Dhadi Jatha Giani Sukhdev Singh Ji Booh and their debut album in conjunction with Kirtan Fi & Sampooranta (a.k.a. Stories by Kash). When Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb's army attacked the fortress of Chamkaur Sahib, Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji and the Khalsa Fauj (army) successfully resisted their onslaught and upon the direction of the Sikhs remaining in the fort, requested Guru Sahib Ji escape into the forests of Machhiwara.
Recovery

Recovery

Listen to Ishpreet Kaur Bhogal speak about her book, Recovery, a discussion about life, grief and more.
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.