Monday, April 12, 2010

Gurbani Touches All...

Bhaji Navjot Singh from Bradford works as a pharmacist in Leeds. Bhaji recently came across a Gora (white Englishman) who said he listens to keertan and used to go to the gurdwara sahib in Walsall when he was growing up. He learnt Panjabi after moving to Leeds and can read and write Gurmukhi now with Guru jee's kirpaa. Bhaji said that this gentleman came to the pharamcy to buy some vegetarian omega 3 capsules.




Dhan Hai Guru, Dhan Hai Teree Sikhee.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Vaheguru!! beautiful!

AKAAAALUH!!!

Anonymous said...

This guy actually used to be Amritdhari, he used to wear a dastar and full bana. I remember him coming regularly to Nanaksar Gurdwara, Pleck, Walsall to eat Langar on Saturday mornings. Harjinder Singh Walsall

ajay said...

Sewa Vichar Foundation was created in 2000 to originally record the entire oral recitation of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji for the purpose of helping anyone to read and understand the Gurus words and to Gurbani bring people closer to Gurbani. Since 2000, Sewa Vichar Foundation has expanded its efforts and sewa to record more Gurbani to reach each and every household in the world