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Children of all faiths and religions will enjoy these stories of spiritual principles and consciousness. Stories highlighting universal values of helping others, compassion, prayer, courage, sharing, and the oneness of all people capture the hearts and imagination of children of all ages.

Team Khalsa – Save The Langar

Guru Nanak & the Two Villages

Guru Nanak and the Flying Carpet

The Pink Boots

Vaisakhi Birth Of Khalsa

Going Blind

The Sage & His Stuff

Langar Disguise

The Brahman’s Purest Food

Guru ji’s Arrow

The Boy With Soft Hands

Guru Teg Bahadur and the Magical Land

Kaur – A Story of Courage and Equality

Guru Amardas Is Missing

The Big Beautiful Light and Me

The Best Musician

The Crocodile and the Priest

Mother Hen and the Wheat

The Greatest Superpower

The Yogurt Challenge

The Boy Who Cried Wolf

Dancing Girls of Ceylon

The King and The Slander

Gold and The Injured Foot

Priest and the Fool

Young Heros: The Sons of the Guru Never Gave Up!

Guru Teg Bahadur Gives His Head

Guru Har Rai and the Pot

Court of Guru Har Rai ji

Har Rai ji the gentle

Amar Das ji: Merging with the Guru

Amar Das ji: Farmers Miracle

Amar Das ji: Meeting the Guru

Amar Das ji: The Devoted Bhalla

The Crow’s Hassle

God In Every Moment

Secret To All Happiness And Success, Part 2: Good And Kind

Secret To All Happiness And Success, Part 1: Jagjit’s Mysterious Book

The Guru, The Emperor And The Grass-Cutter

World Play

Attitude of Gratitude

Listening to the Heavens

It’s All Within

The Horse Mind

A Real King

The Earthquake

Bhagat Dhanna ji

Gobind Rai and Shiv Dutt

Gobind Rai and the Old Woman

Gobind Rai and the 5 Taps

Bhai Taru’s Life of Fearless Love

Bhai Sud

Death’s Proud Messenger

The Clever Rabbit

The Thief and Kali

Guru Nanak and the Cannibal

Guru Nanak and the Queen of Black Magic

Guru Nanak and the Boulder

God Provides To All

The Sweet Labor of Lalo

Story of Bhai Ghaneya Singh

The Sweetness of the Naam

Offer What is Yours

Bhai Gopal

A Truly Great Man

Bhai Sachan Sach and The Rani

Serving Giant

Five Fingered Family

The Karas of the Guru

Bibi Shanti

Nanak’s talk with the Yogis

Nanak and Brahmans

Creation of Anand Sahib

Adi Momo

Baba Atal Rai

Japji Competition

The Throne of Lahore

Makkan Shah N Baba Bakala

Guru Harkrishan and the Brahman

Guru Nanak and Prayer

Hari Mandir Sahib and Massa Ranghar

Baba Deep Singh

Ungali Maal and Lord Buddha

The Birth of Gobind Rai

Arjan’s Love Letters

Akali Phula Singh

The Martyrs Of Amritsar

Who Will Be Fourth Guru?

The True Necklace

The Power of Prayer

Bhoomi Daku’s Promise

Bibi Bhani and the platform

Bhai Lehna’s Devotion

Nanak and the River

Nanak Feeding the Yogis

Nanak Measuring Grain

Nanak and the Doctor

Nanak and the Cobra

Nanak and the Corn Field

The Pipal Tree

You are Beautiful

Guru Hargobind and the Tigers

Emperor Akbar and the Guru’s Langar

Guru Gobind Singh and the New Musket

The Wise Man and the Bowl of Milk

Nanak and the Thread

Biddi Chand And The Gurus Horses

A Brother and a Sister

The Birth of Guru Hargobind

Nanak in School

Humayun and Guru Angad Dev

The Soldier and the Snake

Prahlaad and Harnaakash

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“He Himself is the father, He Himself is the mother, and He Himself makes the children wise.”

September 29, 2019

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