Monday, March 31, 2008

Lil Imaan Singhs 1st Bday 2 of 2...

(By my Brother)

On the 2nd Feb 2008, it was our nephew's, lil Imaan Singh 1st birthday! :) These pics below are just some of our ones from the cake cutting at lil Imaan Singhs house in the evening. There was Kirtan and Guru Ka Langar at Martindale Road Gurudwara in the morning.

Jazz, Lil Imaan Singh & our Mama Ji

The bubble machine.

The bubble machine had a problem. We had to call in the bubble machine engineer Davinder Singh.

This is just some of the food, it was all so tasty!

Even my Mamaji thinks so! :)

Lil Imaan Singh and the bubble :)

The party poppers...

The tigger cake... Lil Imaans favourite...

Blowing out his first birthday cake with his mum and dad

Lil Imaan Singh being fed by his mum and dad...

Lil Imaan Singh being fed by his great grand father...

Lil Imaan Singh being fed by his Mama Ji & Mami Ji...

Lil Imaan Singh with his Masi Ji, Masar Ji & Lil Amrit Singh...

Lil Imaan Singh, me & Chaman Singh...

Gurmukh Singh, Lil Imaan Singh, me, Chaman Singh & Pardeep Singh. In this pic we told him to Smile! Lil Imaan Singhs got a gr8 Smile! :)

In this pic we told him to wink! lol :)

Lil Imaan Singh and my Dad...

Lil Imaan Singh with his balloons...

Davinder Singh and the attack of the bubbles...

Amritpal Singh with lil Imaan Singh

Jazz, Lil Imaan Singh, Davinder Singh & me...

Rattan Singh with Lil Imaan Singh, who always loves trying to grab the camera! :)

Bubbles, Bubbles, Bubbles...

Monday, March 24, 2008

Lil Amrit Singh & Lil Imaan Singh...

(By my Brother)

We have upload some short videos of our nephews, Lil Amrit Singh and Lil Imaan Singh.

Lil Imaan Singh has just started to walk & talk. He can say "ma" & "da" (mum & dad), hes learning a few more words. In the video below you can see him walking.

The video below is us just messing about with Lil Imaan Singh, he so funny, he will laugh at almost anything! lol :)

The video below is of Lil Amrit Singh walking and talking. He walks really well, and has started talking quite well. He says quite a lot of the video below, "open door", "river" etc. You can also see him make a brake for it and escape from the door! lol :)

Thursday, March 20, 2008

Annual Akhand Keertan Smaagam @ Southall Mar 20 - 24 2008

There is the Annual Akhand Keertan Smaagam at Various Gurdwaras in West London this Bank holiday weekend. Mar 20 2008 to Mar 24 2008. The main Raensabahee is on Sunday 23th March at Singh Sabha Gurudwara on Havelock Road in Southall. Starting at 8pm and finishing at 5am on Monday (Bank Holiday).

Monday, March 17, 2008

Mini Akhand Jaap @ Martindale Gurudwara 07Mar08

(By my Brother)

There was a Mini Akhand Jaap held at Martindale Road Gurudwara in West London, on the 7-Mar-2008. An "Akhand Jaap" is a program where only Waheguru simran is recited continuously. The reason why there are programs like this is because many youngsters cannot relate to kirtan because they do not know the words or what they mean. Naam Simran is so easy to participate in, regardless of education, knowledge of Gurbani or religious perspective. By simply singing and repeating the word "Waheguru", even small children can join in and feel the power of collective prayer in the Sadh Sangat. The normal Akhand Jaap Program is 24 hours long.

Below are some pictures from the Program.

Bibi Ishwinder Kaur Ji

Bhai Beant Singh Ji

Bhai Diwan Singh Ji

Bhai Chamandeep Singh Ji

Bibi Kuljeet Kaur Ji

Bhai Turren Tarun Singh Ji

Bhai Turren Tarun Singh Ji and Bhai Beant Singh Ji

Lil Imaan Singh with mum, Harminder Kaur

The mp3 recordings will be up soon, sorry for the delay!

Thursday, March 13, 2008

Some More Pics 2 of 3...

(By my Brother)

Some more pics from the smagam in Kenya, Dec 2007.

Monday, March 10, 2008

‘Kericho Wagon Works’ Pt 2 of 2

(By my Brother)

Article taken from Internet website.

"We would meet twice a week for prayers. Once every six months or so we would all go up to Kericho for an 'Akhand Paath', three-day continual prayers. Big crowds would gather at Babaji's. Babaji would clear out his workshop and we would have the meeting there, with prayers and singing. No one asked why you came, you were just made welcome. Everything was ready, food and bedding for everyone. Babaji's wife was helping. Bibiji looked after him very well, his clothes and his food. She was a simple woman, very good hearted. She loved people, both grown-ups and children.
Babaji would sit there, talking with the people up until 11 pm. He'd be laughing and chatting. He wasn't a serious man. When you met Babaji you felt very fresh. He'd give you a great look, a great smile. Even one word from him made you feel good. He gave us his light. I think Babaji had a gift from God. God gives different gifts. (He gave me the gift of singing nicely.) Babaji had the gift of healing, of making people feel better."

The pictures taken below are of the Kericho Wagon Works. Taken in Dec 2007, in Kericho, Kenya, Africa.

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