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Getting to Know Your Sakhis - Episode 4

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Saturday
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4
May
2024

In this episode, Jasveen shares the sakhi of Baba Makhan Shah Ji and his deep admiration for Guru Harrai Sahib, our seventh Guru. Baba Makhan Shah Ji was returning to Panjab on a boat when the weather turned dangerous.

Follow Jasveen Kaur as she explores the sakhis, the stories from the Gurus' lives.


In this episode, Jasveen shares the sakhi of Baba Makhan Shah Ji and his deep admiration for Guru Harrai Sahib, our seventh Guru. Baba Makhan Shah Ji was returning to Panjab on a boat when the weather turned dangerous. As the winds became treacherous and the lightning began to strike, Baba Makhan Shah ji turned to Guru ji and recited a Sabad (Infinite-Wisdom). Then, something remarkable occurred!

Throughout life, one may wonder whether Vahiguru is listening to us. However, remember to ask oneself: Am I listening to Vahiguru?

Series Credits

Featuring: Jasveen Kaur
Writer: Jasveen Kaur
Translator: Vineet Kaur
Panjabi Editor: Gurdit Singh

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