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    Sehaj paath

    I like to know complete rehat of dng sehaj paath...Also I like to know one thing that I don't get a fix time for paath...So I m dng it frm mbile...Whenever even if I get 5 min. I start dng sehaj paath from mbile...Basically opening sanchiya takes time and I basically do laziness due to tiring work....So I do paath from mbile while walking...Travelling in car etc...Hope I m not dng beadbi....Plz help and guide
  2. So ever since I got to the age of i think 16-17 I've stopped looking at bani and paath (prayer) -- I don't know why, I used do loads! of nitnem and look into bani. I'm now 19 and still not even touching nitnem or reading bani... I very disappointed in myself I used do loads and me and my dad would have debates about things and get told about stuff I've not even heard about. I think its got something to do with Kaam... and I'm not going to lie I do find myself... doing that thing quite a lot... But I can't help I've even done paath on a random occasion to stop but Kaam keeps grabbing me by the neck -- I don't want to do this anymore and just go back to when I was 15 doing loads of paath and studying even deeper into sikhi. I don't why I've stopped its like I forgot about sikhi. Although, there are a couple things that I sort of disagree on sikhi ever since I got to 19 years old (if you are keen on knowing what I'll send you a message because I don't want to share this out to every and become a bad person any way), I also think thats why I'm not doing paath -- because of that. Any suggestions? On what I could do or what could possibly be the problem. I know that I'm 19 and I'm indulging in the wrong stuff (Kaam related) I also think that could be a massive problem... but seriously I just want that life back when I was doing paath and reading bani at young age. All in all, I'm trying my absolute best now -- trying to squeeze paath. I just can't see myself moving any closer to light -- what it looks is a sikh boy on a path at a stand-still and not moving towards Guru's light.
  3. WJKK, WJKF. I have a couple or so questions about the structure and style of Guru Granth Sahib Ji. 1. I was listening to a sehaj paath recently, and the giani ji was reciting Gurbani almost as if he were singing it, i.e. it had a melody. It was beautiful to hear. Is there an "official" name given to this style of doing paath? Is it a raag or something similar? When us non-Granthi individuals recite our baaniya, it's - in most cases - done in a style of reading something aloud in a constant almost monotonous manner, whereas what I heard during the sehaj paath was on a different level. As I said, can that way of reciting Gurbani be taught, or is it simply an individual flourish? 2. It's agreed that Guru Granth Sahib Ji has 1430 angs. So based on this standardised numbering system, where exactly does a) Sukhmani Sahib, and b) Rehraas Sahib begin? Thanks in advance.
  4. Could anyone tell me what the ending of ardas is called and perhaps have a link to the words? I'm referring to 7:15 of the video on wards: If anyone could help me I would be very grateful. Thank you!
  5. Wjkk Wjkf! I am a Singh from Australia, am hoping to go to India in near future and get Santhia from a reputatble school. I have heard from a friend that Niram Bunga is very popular, where, Baba Bhagwan Singh ( of Taksal) teaches. And that many westeners go there. If anyone can give me contact numbers it would be really good, and other recomendations thanks. wjkk wjkf!
  6. Okay so today my friend called after a good hiatus and told me a little story. Well he drinks and smokes and today while depositing some money into his account at a bank, he met a proper Gursikh I would assume. My friend was in the process of creating a blunt and the Singh came up to him and i would say scolded him a little. My friend's response was that he works two jobs, life isnt getting anywhere and that this is way to relieve some stress. The Singh held his hands, pressed his hands until his knuckles cracked, read a paath and told my friend that if he tries to do it again then within an hour he would have consequences. Now my friend is really scared or i would say paranoid. But hey! he's afraid to do bad stuff. I hope he keeps this up. Maybe we should do the same. If we see a Sikh smoking or drinking, then go upto him and repeat the process. But then again that wouldn't be so authentic.
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