Wednesday, November 01, 2006

19-10-2006 Keertan - Denmark Gurmat Camp

If you look carefully you will notice that sitting in the corner near Bhaji doing Keertan is a Danish Gora. He came to visit the Gora because a young Sikh who he helps with schoolwork etc. invited him to the camp. The Gora was a very nice chap and enjoyed the Gurdwara Sahib. I was surprised that he agreed to sit and listen to the Keertan despite he felt uncomfortable sitting down cross-legged and also he had been at the Gurdwara since morning.

You can watch more videos from the Denmark Gurmat camp, which Daas has uploaded on Goodle Video if you search "Denmark Gurmat Camp" or "Denmark Keertan".


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Anonymous said...

why do some people say Vaheguru and others Waheguru? is this is a silly question? which one?

Anonymous said...

Hi Manivir Ji,

Nice kirtan thanks for sharing. The camera could have been placed in a better postion but apart from that its great.


Manvir Singh Khalsa said...

Anonymous 2 - "Waheguru" and "Vaheguru" are both correct and both accepted English spelling of ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ.

Mandeep jee - Thanks. Unfortunately there wasn't any good places to put the camera. Either could have been put on the small table near Bhaji doing Keertan but then the camera would be in his face! Or right at the end of the room on the photocopier. If someone held the camera perhaps then it would have been better. Chalo. Guru Rakha.