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Use Your Baby to Lose Your Baby Weight: 18 Moves For Mom & Baby

Reverse Crunch: Lie face up on the floor (be sure to use a mat for comfort), and with baby in hand and resting on legs, curl your legs up until your low back is off the floor. Do 15 to 20 reps. Rest and play for a few seconds, then do 1 more set.

Guru Gobind Singh Ji

Saint of Sikhism religion: Guru Gobind Singh Ji birthday is on Jan

hamaree karo haath dhai raashaa | pooran hoe chth kee eshiaa | Protect me O Lord ! with Thine own Hands all the desires of my heart be fulfilled.

Awesome Pic Of Guru Gobind Singh Ji

Guru Gobind Singh Ji in the forest collecting his thoughts after his sons and wife died protecting our sikh faith. (sikh means to teach)

The Ten Guru's of Sikhism

Guru Nanak Dev Ji with his companions. ਗੁਰੂ ਨਾਨਕ Nanak Dev April 1469 - September also called Rai Bhoe-ki Talwandi - was the founder of Sikh religion and the first of the ten Gurus of the Sikhs.Theory of the 10 spirits.

Swashbuckler - Two-year old Raza Singh exhibits the colors of the Khalsa in Punjab, India.

punjabii: just-another-punjabi-guy: “Swashbuckler” by Gurbir Singh Brar naww

The Kara is originally a bracelet made of iron or steel and was first given by Guru Gobind Singh Ji, the 10th Sikh Master, in 1699 as one of the 5 K's of the Sikhs - a powerful protection and radiant symbol for the one who wears it.  A circle with no beginning and no end, the Kara represents man’s unbreakable relationship with the eternal creator and the Infinity. The steel or iron is a reminder of the strength of the bond which unites us together and ultimately to the Divine.

The Sikh Kara represents man’s unbreakable relationship with the eternal creator and the Infinity. In the science of Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan, the Kara is also valued for its energetic-magnetic effects on the Aura.

Gurdwara Nanakpuri Sahib    Gurdwara Nanakpuri Sahib. One of the local Gurdwaras near Takht Sri Hazoor Sahib. (India, Maharashtra).    These are Guru Nanak Dev Ji's wooden sandles (kharanva?)

One of the local Gurdwaras near Takht Sri Hazoor Sahib. These are Guru Nanak Dev Ji's wooden sandles (kharanva?


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