Sunday, 22 June 2008

Barsi and Amrit Sanchaar

vaheguroo ji ka khalsa vaheguroo ji ki fateh
anmrith pee sadhaa thripathaasae kar kirapaa thrisanaa bujhaavaniaa 1

Those who drink it in are satisfied forever. Showering His Mercy upon them, the Lord quenches their thirst. 1

Sant Giani Gurbachan singh ji khalsa Bhindranwale's annual Barsi @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara Smethwick ,

An amrit sanchaar will be taking place On the 28th june

alongside Sant jis barsi in hall 3 at 10 am.

Please use this chance to offer your head to Guru Gobind Singh jee Maharaaj.
for more info about amrit sanchaar contact bhai Joginder Singh 0121 558 2527
bhull chuk muaaf
vaheguroo ji kaa khalsa vaheguroo ji ki fateh

waheguru wish I coulda been there...but I go Canada tomorrow for a wedding, so expect a few delays in hearing from me :)


Mai said...

Offering your head To Guru Gobind Singh Ji is a very big step. And, once taken, he is very stubborn about giving it back. I tried for years to get mine back; I looked really strange wandering around Maya headless.

But in time, I healed enough to wander back home and here I am, still a headless Kaur splashing around in thev terrifying world-ocean, everyone around me wondering, I'm sure, when I'll just climb into the boat and enjoy the ride.

I wonder, too.

Mai said...

Something else I wonder about. Your header picture. I recognise it as from Rang De Basant. And it does seem rather violent.

Just curious.

Shanu Kaur said...

lol Rang De Basant? Which photo are you on about? One's from Sholay and oh wait , you may be talking about the Baghat Singh of my heroes.

If it's sholay then the explanation is that it's my fav film.

Mai said...

Oh, dear, have I stuck my foot in it again? I mean the picture at the top. Isn't that Aamir Khan shooting something or someone?

I get these movies - few of which I have actually seen - all mixed up.

The dapper Bhagat Singh I recognise, although I prefer him in a turban, personally. Either way, also my of my heroes.

Mai said...


Oh, oh, I did stick my foot in it, eh? This movie is much older (Thank you Wikipedia!) and stars Big B. In any case, it sounds like a violent movie.

*curtsies prettily and exits, much chagrined*


It's a great picture, though, neith obvious like my lioness nor bleak like my body on the railroad tracks.

*bows formally and exits*

Shanu Kaur said...

hahahahahahah you crack me up bhenji!

Mai said...

Laughter is good for the soul. Why else would Vaheguru give us the giraffe, the elephant and a sense of humour?