The mission of Deg Tegh Fateh Yatra is to advocate and teach
Sat Nam, SatHanuman Singh!
I have been on many retreats. I've gone to Summer Solstice Sadhana many years, and I have been a taken part in Sat Nam Rasayan retreats, but I never felt such a close familly bond with everyone. I miss you guys. It's really amazing how I feel like we are a familly now.
You and Satpal Singh were so informative about Sikh history. I wanted to hear everything I could. I wanted to learn all I could. The Yatra was some of my favourite moments.
Yes, India was challenging, but I expected that. You can't grow without challenge. You and the other members were so patient with us, and I know it wasn't always easy, LOL. I hope I was dignified and a good example most of the time.
I have been in touch with Jaideep Kaur and Shakta Kaur. We have made some plans to get together in the future. I hope your wife is happy with her gifts, which were also a bit of a challenge in India with the whole money problem. I think India can only be a lot easier on future Yatras.
I would love to hear your recap on each Gurdwara, the history and the Guru associated with each place we went. The more I hear, the more I will remember. I've even thought about going to the Gurdwara here. It's not like the ones in India. It's just in a building. Just want to call there first, and see if I can just go. I want to feel the Guru's connection.
Bye for now.
Siri Sat Kaur
I am grateful my 4 year old son was able to experience this life changing journey. We will cherish the memories for our lifetime and I know it will shape him in becoming a prosperous and happy Singh.
We were treated with respect by everyone in India and we were able to project the unity of the world as we formed bonds that broke language barriers with all the other Yatra participants. I have made friends for life and we together brought the message of love and unity to India, and India reciprocated by not only welcoming us, but celebrating our Yatra and reporting on our unity in various media outlets.
The Yatra was much bigger than us, it was an experience shared by all we met along the way. What a journey!
I am looking forward to returning to India and working with ACT, Akal Committee 13. I want to help take Kundalini Yoga back to its roots, and provide SuperHealth, Kundalini Yoga for Addictive Behavior.
Please keep me in mind for all future events.
It was such a beautiful, outstanding experience, which had a deep impact on me and my spiritual journey. To be in India was like coming home to a place I was longing for, for such a long time! It was magic, lifechanging, beyond words!
Visiting all those sacred places with this wonderful group, listening to the explanations of our guides, hearing the stories about the Sikh Gurus, walking where they once walked, lived, meditated and spread their wisdom – what an incredible blessing!
Never will I forget how we were welcomed so warmly by the local authorities, which we never could have met without the guidance of ACT; how we celebrated Guru Gobind Singh Ji’s birthday together with so many sisters and brothers from all over the world. How beautiful it felt to be with so many likeminded people and focus on what unites us and not on what separates us.
To stand on the riverbanks of Holy Ganga and feel the joy and ecstasy of the crowd; listening to Kirtan in Anandpur Sahib; and being so profoundly touched. Feeling the emotions while bowing to the Guru in all these different Gurdwaras; the bliss of the Golden Temple; and witnessing the stunning Sukhasan ceremony at Bangla Sahib in Delhi.
When I let all the memories pass in front of my inner eyes, it seems like a wonderful, incredible dream. I have the deep desire to return as soon as possible to those magic places, to learn and to study more about Sikhs, and to contribute to building bridges, and to foster tolerance, equality and inclusion. I feel so deeply thankful that I came into contact with Kundalini Yoga and Sikh Dharma, it helped me so much in a moment when I needed it most. Nothing could make me more happy than to pass this on to others in need. WAHEGURU!
Siri Bhrosa Kaur, Switzerland --
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