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Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji Broadcasts launched on first American-Punjabi Channel

11/05/2007

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    The kickoff for television broadcast across the US for the new
    Gurdwara Lecture Series with archival footage of Siri Singh Sahib
    Bhai Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji, also known as Yogi Bhajan,
    begins this weekend. The JusPunjabi cable television station whose
    broadcast studio is located in New York City, USA, has scheduled the
    broadcast hour for every Saturday and Sunday at 10:30 a.m., US east
    coast time, beginning November 3rd, followed by a Kundalini Yoga
    class. The inaugural series is titled,
    "Light of the Shabad Guru"
    and is in English. The entire series is expected to encompass 20
    distinct subject matter videos to deepen understanding of the Sikh
    lifestyle, presented in his unique style, captured during actual
    Gurdwara services.

    Coverage area for the JusPunjabi cable television channel includes
    Time-Warner Cable station in the Tri-State area (New York, including
    the Hudson Valley, New Jersey) and through Verizon Fios (satellite)
    in Texas, Florida, California, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts,
    Delaware, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. JusPunjabi, is a 24-hour
    cable channel and the 1st American-Punjabi channel. It launched in
    the US market in early 2006. Nationally available dish-television
    access is expected in 2008.

    During his over 30 years of traveling and teaching around the world,
    the Siri Singh Sahib, also known as Yogi Bhajan, who passed away in
    2004, gave many talks about the spiritual technology of Sikh Dharma.
    A devoted Sikh himself, he brought his mastery and knowledge as a
    Kundalini Yoga master, to bear in his talks on how the teachings of
    the Sikh Gurus have the power to bring peace to the individual and to
    the earth.

    Many of his talks were video taped over the years and have been
    preserved in a Library of Teachings. Now, for the first time, Sikh
    Dharma International is taking this precious archival footage and
    developing it into broadcasts for cable and satellite television, as
    well as for the World Wide Web. The words of this great man who
    inspired so many people to adopt the Sikh way of life, and improve
    the lives of people everywhere, regardless of religious affiliation,
    will be made available to millions.

    The extraordinary life and legacy of this Indian-born Sikh and
    Kundalini Yoga master, Yogi Bhajan who traveled to the West in the
    late 1960's , included openly sharing the teachings of Kundalini
    Yoga, and helping to establish the practice of Sikh Dharma in this
    hemisphere. He eventually settled in the small mountain town of
    Espanola, New Mexico which has become the world-wide headquarters for
    Sikh Dharma International. There are an estimated 24 million Sikhs
    world-wide. People all over the globe draw inspiration from the Sikh
    teachings.

    Websites of note: www.sikhdharma.org, www.juspunjabi.com, sikhnet.com
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