Yogi Bhajan Remembrance Day

Siri Simgh Sahib – Yogi Bhajan Remembrance Day, 10th Anniversary, and Akal Takhat Martyrdom Kirtan Program

On October 6 every year, we remember Yogi Bhajan, celebrate his life and offer our gratitude to his teachings.  On this day, we also observe the Akal Takhat Martyrdom Day.

SSS Remembrance Day & Akal Takhat Kirtan Program

Guru Ram Das Ji's Birthday

Guru Ram Das Ji

Guru Ram Das, the fourth Guru of the Sikhs, was Yogi Bhajan's spiritual guide and protector.  Born in the city of Lahore, which was then India in 1534, he was named Jetha, meaning "first born."  He became a disciple of Guru Amar Das, the third Guru, and Jetha's hard work and devotion earned him the hand of the Guru's daughter Bibi Bhani.  His father-in-law Guru Amar Das bestowed upon Jetha the honor of succeeding him as Guru and renamed him Ram Das, meaning "Servant of God."  Guru Ram Das served as Guru until his death on September 1, 1581 in Amritsar, Punjab, India.

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Siri Simgh Sahib – Yogi Bhajan Remembrance Day, 10th Anniversary, and Akal Takhat Martyrdom Kirtan Program

Welcome to Guru Ram Das Ashram

GRDAThe Siri Singh Sahib Bhai Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji, aka Yogi Bhajan, arrived in Los Angeles in 1968. As part of his mission to share the teachings of Kundalini Yoga and to help people live healthy, happy, and holy lives, he created Guru Ram Das Ashram in 1972. It was here in Los Angeles that Kundalini Yoga in the West was born, and it was here at Guru Ram Das Ashram that Yogi Bhajan first taught, lived, and shared his life.

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GRDA Building Fund

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Sikh Dharma of Southern California
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Los Angeles, CA  90035

 

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