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  1. 12. Summary of the Rehat of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee, Akhand Paath & Sehaj Paath To take Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee from one place to another there are to be a minimum of 5 Singhs present with Guru Jee. A gong or other relevant instruments are to be played to make others aware of Guru Jee’s arrival. Water is to be sprinkled in front of Guru Sahib. If you are taking Guru Sahib in a car/vehicle, then the container of water is to be placed in the car. Where Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee is present and Karah Parshad is to be prepared, the floor covering must not be made of inappropriate materials (e.g. in India, animal dung mixed with clay and hay is sometimes spread on a dirt floor to stop dust from flying around). Once a suitable room is selected, the floor, walls and ceilings should be broomed, cleaned or washed as appropriate. Where Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee is Parkash, a beautiful canopy is to be placed over Guru Jee. If Guru Jee is Parkash in a Palki, then there should be a small canopy in the Palki and in turn a larger one is to be hung over the Palki. 12.1. Sehaj Paath At the start/Arambh and end/Bhog of Sehaj Paath, Karah Parshad made of clarified (un salted) butter/ghee is to be made. At the start of the Paath, the Ardas and Hukamnama must be recited followed by a minimum of five verses of Sri Japjee Sahib, before distributing Karah Parshad. Upon completion of the Sehaj Paath, fives verses of Sri Japjee Sahib and the last Salok are to be recited after the Raag Mala, and then the Ardas is performed. When the person performing Ardas says, Upon hearing this verse, the blade of the Kirpan is simultaneously ‘placed’ into the Parshad and out. In this manner the Karah Parshad is blessed by the Kirpan, a weapon which is also accepted as a form of the Guru. When placing the offered Rumalas over Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee, the following is not to be recited, This Shabad can only to be recited when a {tooltip}Siropa{end-texte}This is the highest award given in Sikhi to somebody for some special fete of meditation or seva. It is usually a turban, the length of which signifies the Guru blessing you from head to toe and covering your faults is given to a person.
  2. it is naanke and dadke. not only she has the protection of both the families but she represents both families also in her lifestyle.
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  4. Both versions are correct. Sant Maharaj Ji meant that without Satguru Sache Patshah Kalgidhar Badshah Ji, HIs existence is worthless, it is better to die than live like that, and also at least crocodiles and fish etc. can eat his body after death in the water.
  5. It is written in Sant Maharaj Ji's biography penned by Sant Teja Singh Ji, and other places also. The term suicide (which is merely an intellectual concept coined at worldly level) would not fit in such situations. Sant Maharaj Ji became upraam with the material world and His separation from Satguru Maharaj Ji, and jumped into the water stream near Sri Hazur Sahib when Sri Guru Maharaj's invisible hand pulled him out, and told him that He has yet to do so much to alleviate the worldly and spiritual suffering of devotees. In the spiritual realm, such acts are considered offering oneself totally. Today is Sant Maharaj Ji's Barsi, here is a good read for today: https://www.sikhnet.com/news/sant-baba-attar-singh-ji-maharaj-tribute There is a similar instance with respect to Sant Gurbachan Singh Bhindran Wale, just before He left his body, Sant Maharaj Ji came in the dream of his sevadaar, Bhai Gurmukh Singh Ji, asked him to come along as He is leaving. The sevadaar discovered afterward on waking up that Sant Ji had left the world. At the last rites of Sant Maharaj, despite tight security, the sevadaar jumped into the pyre and went along. Here is the photo:
  6. Guest Kaur beta ji, you can add your profile to Sikh sites such as Sikhnet matrimonials free. I have seen sometimes there are Amrtidhari Sikh males looking for Amrtidhari females or who willing to become one, and that, of course, depends on if you want to in near future. May Waheguru Bless and guide you,
  7. Thanks, The book is avaliable for sale at https://www.amazon.co.uk/Eternal-Glory-Singh-Maharaj-Kaleran/dp/817510144X, or https://www.amazon.it/Eternal-Glory-Singh-Maharaj-Kaleran/dp/817510144X, or parts are avalaible at http://www.babanandsinghsahib.org/main.htm You are right his katha style is very positive and soothing. I hope, wish, and pray that you feel better with Satguru Sache Patshah Ji's Grace and Love.
  8. https://www.sikhnet.com/news/eternal-glory-baba-nand-singh-ji-maharaj-book-review
  9. https://youtu.be/Jvl2n2TL80o
  10. deep and profound humility of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaj Sacche Patshah, Who do not want to equate His Bani with Bani of other Guru Sahibans!
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