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Man Chaau Bheya

Man Chaau Bheya is the fourth track from the 3X Delhi Album from Kirtan Fi sung by Bhai Harpreet Singh Ji.

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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.
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.