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Giani Thakur Singh Jee'S Larrivaar Katha Of Guru Granth Sahib Jee

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Someone in my pind is asking for the CD's of Giani Thakur Singh Jee's katha of Sri Guru Granth Sahib jee. Are they really good ? Has it changed lives of people ?

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The katha is brilliantly done and very simple to understand. It is very inspiring to know what Guru ji is actually saying. Although I think it will take a few years to get through it all because it so long.

You can either download the MP3s yourself from the site www.gurbaniupdesh.org or order the CDs which contains the MP3s.

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The katha is too basic, one can pick up the basic from any bani anyway

For something that has changed live listen to Sant Gurbachan Singh Jis Katha. It is out of this world.

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All the people I know who have listened to this katha have all increased their nitnem and Amrit vela. All the people feel very anadat with this katha.

I would highly recommend this katha for the sangat in pinds etc. since it assumes no prior knowledge of Gurbanbi.

When I was in Punjab recently I asked people in the pind why they didn't attend Gurdwara Sahib regularly to listen to Gurbani and kirtan. The people of the pinds say that they cannot understand the Gurbani without simple Punjabi viakhya.

There is an abundance of katha available to the sangat with Waheguru's mehar but the larivaar katha by GTSP is an excedllent seva.

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giani ji's katha is really good. especially for those who have never listened to katha in the past. its nice and simple. giani ji kept the katha basic and simple on purpose, because they say numerous times throughout the recordings, that they are keeping things short and sweet so everybody can learn from it. its mostly geared towards the sangat with no gian of gurbani at all, and for sangat who is just starting to learn about gurmat and gurbani.

if you go to the pinds in punjab, people say they have never heard anything like giani ji's katha. cuz everybody in past did katha on high level and avastha. but sangat had trouble understanding those arths, as they lived everyday as gristi jeevan people. and this katha done by giani ji is exactly wat everybody was looking for.

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I forward these kathas to many peoples and they all changed. I would listen to Amrit Bani Nitnem Kathas first and then start Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji katha. Everything thing is good that comes from Giani Thakur Singh Ji

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GTS's katha is based on Sant Gurbachan Singh ji'.

Kam, if someone has trouble understanding Sant Gurbachan Singh ji's katha but is looking for something deeper than GTS's katha, which katha do you recommend?

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to above, i think giani avtar singh jee badni kala wales katha fits what you are asking, only problem being it is not fully recorded yet

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Giani Thakur Singh jis katha in the Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji katha is in no way based on Sant Giani Gurbachan Singh Ji's katha at all. It is more missionary then Sampardaic.

If you have trouble understanding the katha of Sant Gurbachan Singh Ji that is due to people not takeing the time out to learn from the smaller granths fist. You should not jump to a Masters degree without doing your SATs'. Sant Avtar sIngh Ji Badhni Kalan Walaes katah is the better one to listen to. The katha has been completed but surprisingly the sangat in America esp Dallas have not even bothered to put the erest of the katha on the net for the rest of the sangat.!!!

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The Vaars of Bhai Gurdas Dian Vaaran are almost clean as well so will be up soon

WOW!!!!

Please keep us updated when they're uploaded.

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