Download the soundtrack from the movie "Nanak Shah Fakir" that has been causing a stir around the globe. The soundtrack has some beautiful Keertan recorded by renowned artists that capture the essence of the Bani of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Jee. The movie was withdrawn from cinemas around the world as it hurt the sentiments of many who felt the movie should not have had an actor playing the Guru, despite the actor being unidentifiable. The movie should be re-released later on in the year once re-approved by the Akaal Takht.
Since the time our Masters, our Gurus walked this earth, great Saints, scholars and visionaries continue to come and inevitably go. Their physical departure often sees the dawn of a new vision, a new light, a new way of thinking, feeling and being. Today, those movements are often seen as “jathas” or “groups”. A collective of like-minded Sikhs who believe in, follow or connect with the vision and soul of these great men and women.
This year marks thirty years since the attacks on Sri Harimandir Sahib, Amritsar and the genocide attacks against Sikhs. To commemorate, a 30-day Naam Simran Jaap in Willenhall, England was organized by the youth. Listen and download Gurbani keertan from this uplifting smagam which was also supported by multiple Jathebandhis.
To commemorate 25 years since the Delhi "riots" in 1984, a group of Sikh youths held a program at Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara, Sedgley Street, Wolverhampton on November 29th 2009. The program featured prominent jathas such as Bhai Harbaljit Singh (Pipli Wale), Acappella Jatha and the Bebe Nanaki Jatha as well as others.