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Hari Bhajan Kaur Khalsa

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I have been singing my whole life.  My mother
used to comment on the cuteness of a child who couldn't speak, yet was
singing. I remember playing my first shabad at age five.  Shabads are
an enlightened style of songs or teachings that come from the Sikh
sacred scriptures called the Siri Guru Granth Sahib ji.  At an early
age, I began singing Gurbani Kirtan.

Born
in Mexico, we moved to the United States of America a year and a half
later, and then at age eight, I continued growing up attending a
boarding school in India, called Miri Piri Academy.  There I learned
discipline and Kundalini yoga along with the history of my life path,
Sikhi or Sikh Dharma.  In my senior years of high school, I took a keen
interest in an ancient Indian classical style of music, called Raag. 
After graduation, I returned to immerse myself and train with a Raag
master, Ustadji Narinder Singh Sandhu, as well as teach about the Sikh
path and Gurbani Kirtan to the youngest grades of MPA.  There's nothing
like teaching tiny, intelligent, pure, and yet mischievous children.  I
loved it!!

This ancient musical style can be heard in my music.  What ends up
coming through is a blend of east and west styles.  I mostly sing the
hymns or shabads, written by saints and divine Sikh masters of the
past.  I've been blessed to sing Gurbani Kirtan all over India,
Malaysia, Mexico, USA, and Canada.  And I plan to continue to travel
around the world, sharing this devotional music and touch the hearts of
those who need it.

Music is the deepest fulfillment in my life.  There are no words for
my love of music and singing, especially shabads.  It's 'my thing' in
the highest sense.

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