Sikh Women: Sukhmani Sahib Clubs And Intl Day Of Peace

Is your mom chapter president or a member of the local Sikh womens Sukhmani Sahib club? Many Sikh women (generally those with Auntie status) are commendably coming together to form small groups who go to each others homes about once a month to do Sukhmani Sahib da paat to help111329400_20661105ae.jpg bring/remember peace. Sometimes there is a specific issue a womans family is encountering and at other times it just for general familial peace. Thus, our mothers and aunties get to socialize about their everyday lives and connect spiritually through sangat and paat! One of the many things we could learn from them about practicing Sikhi!

As International Day of Peace approaches on September 21st, these groups of Sikh women are being asked to come together to recite Sukhmani Sahib da paat. Sukhmani can be defined as counselor of peace or peace of mind with sukh meaning peace and mani meaning mind, heart or “jewel”. The entire paat/poem is known as the jewel of peace or song of peace. So if your mom belongs to one of these groups or is interested in joining/creating one, please let her know about this day of observance! Now she can do paat to help bring/remember peace in the world along with your well-being!

p.s. Its always interesting about how many Sikh women are the focal points for spirituality in homes but thats another post! :)


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7 Responses to “Sikh Women: Sukhmani Sahib Clubs And Intl Day Of Peace”

  1. Singh says:

    Actually, "mani" means jewel. Sukhmani Sahib is the jewel of infinite peace.

    There is another bani called Sukhmana Sahib which is a compilation of banis from Guru Granth Sahib ji and in that, the "mana" means mind.

  2. Singh says:

    Actually, “mani” means jewel. Sukhmani Sahib is the jewel of infinite peace.

    There is another bani called Sukhmana Sahib which is a compilation of banis from Guru Granth Sahib ji and in that, the “mana” means mind.

  3. Dear Friends:

    Thank you for your wonderful work. I would like to let you know about Peace X Peace, an international global community of women that are connected through the internet.

    I am the Director of Leadership for Peace X Peace, Lynn McClintock. I would love to talk with someone in your office about connecting Sikh women–either to other Sikh women around the world, or to women of other faiths or practices. There is no cost and it is easy for your women to immediately connect to other women through the internet.

    I hope someone will give me a call.

    With you, in peace,

    Lynn McClintock

    703-879-1580
    http://www.peacexpeace.org
    [email protected]

  4. Dear Friends:

    Thank you for your wonderful work. I would like to let you know about Peace X Peace, an international global community of women that are connected through the internet.

    I am the Director of Leadership for Peace X Peace, Lynn McClintock. I would love to talk with someone in your office about connecting Sikh women–either to other Sikh women around the world, or to women of other faiths or practices. There is no cost and it is easy for your women to immediately connect to other women through the internet.

    I hope someone will give me a call.

    With you, in peace,
    Lynn McClintock
    703-879-1580
    http://www.peacexpeace.org
    [email protected]

  5. Phulkari says:

    Singh,

    Information added … thanks for sending it! :)

  6. Phulkari says:

    Singh,

    Information added … thanks for sending it! :)

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