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Ep90 - 12 Gurus Series: Guru Khalsa Panth Sahib

In this last episode of the "12 Gurus Series," we dive into the world of Guru Khalsa Panth.

In this last episode of the "12 Gurus Series," we dive into the world of Guru Khalsa Panth:
• Sovereignty of the Khalsa
• Rahit Mariada
• Guru Khalsa maniye pargat Guru ki deh?
• 10 core values of the Guru
• Humility
• Submission
• Equality
• Service
• Self-sacrifice
• Justice
• Compassion
• Clarity
• Composure
• Courage
• Adapted from Bhāī Nandlāl’s Ganjnāmā

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Inderpreet Singh

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