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Live gurbani Telecast from Gurudwara baru sahib

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  1. 1. Wednesday, February 15, 2012, Chandigarh, India BATHINDA EDITION Solan,February14 With ETC Punjabi tying up with the Kalgidhar Trust, Baru Sahib, for the telecast of Gurbani, audience will feel the reverence of live Gurbani from Gurdwara Baru Sahib from February14onwards. Aptly called, “Dhur ki Bani”, the word of the Lord, this Gurbani recital by young Sikh students of the Akal Academy, Baru Sahib, has a dis nct flavour of reverence which pervades the soul and spirit w h i l e h e i g h te n i n g t h e meaning and impact of religioussinging. It will be an exemplary mo va on for the viewers to watch the young students balancing their scien fic pursuits and knowledge with the inner discovery through spiritual educa on. This form of simple, serene, soulful and pious music is a special offering for ETC Punjabi viewers spread across the globeandcoupledwiththecalmundisturbedenvironsofthelushgreenvalley;isafeastfortheeyes. The daily telecast will be aired both in the morning and evening me bands between 4.30 am and 7.20 amand6pmand6.45pm,respec vely,onETCPunjabi. Nestled in the Himalayan foothills amongst serene mountains, The Kalgidhar Trust is a humanitarian charity organisa on which primarily builds educa onal ins tu ons for the rural poor and underprivileged, presently benefi ng 60,000 rural students while opera ng through 111 schools, 24 colleges,2universi es,1hospitaland3de-addic oncentresinNorthIndia. The Trust works on the mission of establishing permanent peace in the world through synthesis of value-basedscien ficeduca onandmoralrejuvena onofcrea nggoodglobalci zens. Ambika Sharma Live Gurbani telecast from Gurdwara Baru Sahib A view of the Dhauladhars after fresh snow. Photo: Kamaljeet

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