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  1. Fantastic response - its a slipppppery slope.
  2. WJKKWJKF The notes were made yonks I just copied and pasted. Here is a link to the playlist. I think the notes I made are from track 34 - Naal Eyanay Dostee. I'm not 100% as the notes were made all the way back in 2016! Regarding kausathee, we fail everyday, but Maharaj picks us up every day. Today is a fitting for your question - its Magee, the chalee muktey. They all failed at one point but the ever forgiving SatGuru still blessed them! ਸਦਾ ਸਦਾ ਇਹੁ ਭੂਲਨਹਾਰੁ ॥ Forever and ever, this person makes mistakes; ਨਾਨਕ ਰਾਖਨਹਾਰੁ ਅਪਾਰੁ ॥੩॥ O Nanak, the Infinite Lord is our Saving Grace. ||3||
  3. @singhsince1981 I think some of the questions you have raised were answered in one of Giani Kulwant Singh Ludhiana wale's katha of Sri Guru Angad Dev Maharaj's bani. You'll find this katha on soundcloud. Here are notes that I made a long time ago after the listening to the mind blowing katha: Guru wants to take away the spiritual "childishness" away and make you stronger spiritually before bestowing naam Doing lots of bhagtee can bring worldly rewards like a desert with sand lots of sand Guru jee has lots of sand at disposal but it wont get you anywhere true treasure is naam Dukh in a sikh's life is sometimes for the purpose of taking the sikh further that dukh will streamline a Sikh's progression example mother normally cares for her son even when in another country the mother is still thinking of her son However, when its comes to a test then the mother will say you will need to prepare for this so eat less otherwise you'll fall asleep in the same way Guru jee will give a Sikh dukh that will keep the Sikh awake Your bhanda/vessel needs to be upright before it Guru ji can pour Amrit Naam into it. sharing your demerits with the Guru is virtuous and is on par with doing bhagtee Sakhi of Rai Kot barosa that he had in Guru jee cow didn't give any milk then on top of this faith faith in vessel that had holes in it Guru kirpa and barosa Fair enought we have lots of katha and keertan available but this can not replace sangat Kahanee - jugat - technique of living life gun sun gun gaa gun vichaar Power of sangat Naal eianaa dostee Guru sianaa sikh eeinaa wiser i.e. when son grows and matures then father gives keys to treasure/estate i.e. worthiness understanding Samajdaar Jogtaa Jayhaa jana teho vartay Example farmer had lots of money didn't know what to do with it chucked it in with cows cows didn't eat it vasta undar vast smavay doojee havo paas naam goes in crap comes out ...nanak sipth vigaas
  4. That site is great to say the least. The little audio that I listened to on it is by Sant Giani Harbhajan Singh Dudkeywale. Well done to the people have created it.
  5. Obviously for economy paying travellers Isnaan wont be possible. However the next best thing is washing hands, feet and face thoroughly. If you are feeling ambitious then you could have a go at combing your kes and retying your dastar in the "spacious" toilet cabin! If Nitnem with Isnaan is standard you don't want to loosen then you could even purchase a ticket that gives you access to a shower! The point is that you should try do whatever you see as, at the very least reasonable, to get your Nitnem done.
  6. Eight to nine months of starvation, driven from their home at the dead of night, their family torn and forced into moving into different directions, the wind, cold and rain, a heavily armed and outnumbering force of Indian forces fast approaching them............ but still Sri Guru Gobind Singh Maharaj insisted that their Nitneym MUST be COMPLETE before they can move on. That's the standard our Pitta has set. Lets try to follow as much as possible.
  7. So here are the one's I know about. 1) Basics of Sikhi 2) Sikhs to Inspire 3) Nanak Naam 4) Bhai Sukha Singh I enjoy all of them but I feel they are aimed at slightly different audiences. Are there any more that I haven't listed.
  8. @MokhamSingh Quick correction bhai sahib you missed out Chopai Sahib. So: In the Morning: Japji Sahib Jaap Sahib Suaye Chopai Sahib Full 40 pauris of Anand Sahib.
  9. What Bhai Mohkam Singh ji have said. Plus, I think its more important to think about how we/you deal with praise and slander. Gurmat teaches us to treat them the same (refer to Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji Maharaj's first shabad in Gurbani). In practice, for me, this is near impossible at the moment. Its not easy hearing other people saying hurtful things about you and on the other hand its hard to put aside any praise that might be poured onto you.
  10. I don't think your question is correct. Becoming close to Waheguru is a long path in general, though there are exceptions to this. Both person 1 and person 2 are on different paths. I do see your point about looks being deceiving though. To the OP, generally I'm just another wannabe Sikh but having a non judgemental stance has helped me greatly. Giani Kulwant Singh jee Ludhiani wale have touched on this characteristic numerous times in their katha.
  11. Bhai Nishaan Singh creates great videos! I've not seen that many, but the ones I have, are exceptional i.e. janam asthaan of Pyarey Mohkam Singh and a recent video of Sahib Ajeet Singh commanded a force of 100 Singhs on the order of Dasmay Paatshah to capture a tyrant Mughul who had been wreaking havoc.
  12. For an Amritdhari Sikh whatever the panj payarey direct him or her to do is mandatory and should be followed as much as possible. Usually panj pyarey direct ablakhees to do 7 daily bania as well as Gurmantar jaap and Mool Mantar jaap.
  13. I think there are quite a few variations of how much bani Sikh's read at bedtime. The very basic consists of the 5 shabads that you will find in SGPC gutkay. Taksali gutkay have then added the rakheya de shabad which have variations as well. The older gutkay sahib have 4 rakheya de shabad and the Sundar Gutka app by Taksal has 5 or 6. Nanaksar have a variation as well and the longest variation I've seen is the Budha daal gutka sahib which has a mini Japji Sahib and Jaap Sahib added to the end. Take your pick. A side note, one of Dasam Guru Sahib Jee's 52 hukam is to read the salok Pavan Guru Pani Pita with keertan sohila.
  14. Sikh Ithihas is full of these types of sakhia. I'm pretty sure that Gurdwara Santokhsar now stands at the place that this event took place. Its tradition that when Sikhs go to Sri Amritsar on a yatra, they'll visit Ramsar, Santoksar, Bibeksar, Kolsar and then Darbar Sahib. If you have time, then I'd suggest listening to the ongoing katha by Bhai Vishal Singh centred on Sikh Ithihas from the Gurus's era. Bhai Sahib narrates sakhia from Gur Partap Suraj Granth on a daily basis I think. They're normally on Sangat TV but available on Youtube as well.
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