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  1. https://youtu.be/eDARO9-rKpQ
  2. For the sangat who have trouble understanding Punjabi and only can understand a couple of words (I am like this) SGGS Academy does good simple punjabi Katha. Here is Katha of Nanak Parkash (The Biggest Janamsakhi about Guru Nanak's Life) https://m.soundcloud.com/sggs-academy/sets/katha-sri-nanak-perkash
  3. In what seems to be a horrible and shocking case of beadbi and misplacement of our holy SGGS , it has been learnt that there's a pandit in a village named 'Saiyyad Raja' near karam naasa river in Uttar pradesh who is keeping two puratan hand-written saroops of SGGS in a cupboard in a dirty tiny room in which he also has his father's samaadh and says he does puja regularly. However the dingy room is present in a place where he ties his cattles and goes to defecate and the place is so dirty, full of cowdung , etc. Its horrifying. And to even consider that these saroops are atleast 300 - 4
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    greeting Guru ji

    Hi Redoptics posted this link on another thread: https://www.sikhiwiki.org/index.php/Bhai_Nand_Lal_Rahitnama What I found particularly interesting was this bit: The Sikh desirous of Guru’s Darshan,Should go and have the Darshan of Granth Jee,(14)After ablution early in the morning,he should judiciously undertake its three circumambulation,(15)DohiraWith folded hands he should be seated, seeking my audience,And after paying obeisance to Guru Granth Jee, listen to the celestial exposition.(16) I just thought it was an interesting (somewhat lost?) tradition
  5. I asked same question to some gursikh and he said "Gurbaani was heard by our gurus and bhagats in a deep meditative state, and then they wrote it down" Is it true ?
  6. Someone told me Guru sahibs used to meditate very deeply and they would hear gurbani verses in deep meditative state. But we also know Guru Arjan dev ji recited much of baani to Bhai Gurdas ji . So if it was coming as a continuous , uninterrupted stream from Waheguru, how would Bhai Gurdas ji have written so fast . Also Bhai ji would have required to ask Guru sahibs of lagha maatras in gurmukhi when scribing gurbani. Is there any document on how it all happened ?
  7. Pehla Prakash of Sri Guru Granth Sahib. 10th September 2018. A nice shabad to commentate this event:
  8. 15 tuks to live your life by - Dos - 1. Sabsai upar gur shabad beechar || and Gyan Vihoona Kath KathLoojhei || Strive to cotnemplate on guru's word all the time , read as much SGGS as possible with understanding of the meanings (not mere recitation) 2. Ghal Kamaye kich Hatthon Deh || and Mithya Tan Nahin Parupkari || We should earn honestly and share the extra with the needy - should do a dasbandh of both money and time. 3. Mithat Neevin Nanaka Gun Changyaiya Tat || and Nanak fikke boliye tan man fikka hoye|| Always speak softly to all - regardless of their caste ,skin color, gender or soc
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    Soordaas Baani

    Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh!Daas has been going around the internet for a while, and is very confused about Bhagat Soordaas and His Baani in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.I have read that Bhagat Soordas Ji only has 1 line in SGGS:ਛਾਡਿ ਮਨ ਹਰਿ ਬਿਮੁਖਨ ਕੋ ਸੰਗੁ ॥But I also read that line may be Kachi baani, and the Soordas Shabad Written By Guru Arjan Dev Ji (According to the Mehla) was actually written by Bhagat Soordaas Ji:ੴ ਸਤਿਗੁਰਪ੍ਰਸਾਦਿ ॥ ਸਾਰੰਗ ਮਹਲਾ ੫ ਸੂਰਦਾਸ ॥ ਹਰਿ ਕੇ ਸੰਗ ਬਸੇ ਹਰਿ ਲੋਕ ॥ ਤਨੁ ਮਨੁ ਅਰਪਿ ਸਰਬਸੁ ਸਭੁ ਅਰਪਿਓ ਅਨਦ ਸਹਜ ਧੁਨਿ ਝੋਕ ॥੧॥ ਰਹਾਉ ॥ ਦਰਸਨੁ ਪੇਖਿ ਭਏ ਨਿਰਬਿਖਈ ਪਾਏ ਹੈ ਸਗਲੇ ਥ
  10. Does anyone have access to the Sant Singh Khalsa translation of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji in text file format? Not pdf, doc, or anything else; just in .txt. I understand it is available, because a few of the major Gurbani apps use it as the source for their texts.
  11. PLZ READ ALL & I am not against any1, 1 wud say u have not experienced gurbani but are only taking it conceptually,this is not right..plz we need to get the facts right & known.... its like my q. Is "history of sikh scriptures" by proper resources..thats it no more no less..also plz i dont want to make any1 disbelieve rather.there's a line b/w 2....... iit irks me in my mind thinking that during British Raj . & during mahants,there could have been potential adding or deleting of our Scriptures.or even hiding them.... also do all Sikh jathebandis agree on " 1430 angs bir" of today.
  12. Khalsa Ji, The English book 'Sikh religion and Hinduism' has been uploaded to scribd.com. The late Gurbachan Singh M.A. London has written an analysis of the Vedas and the subsequent ancient Sanskrit scriptures. The author draws on western scholars, references from SGGS, and SDG to highlight Guru Ji's view of the ancient scriptures. This book can be read/downloaded: www.scribd.com/mokhamsingh On the same scribd page, the Punjabi book 'Hum Hindu nahin' {I am not Hindu} by Kahn Singh Nabha can be read/downloaded. The author puts the case forward, very brilliantly, that Sikhs are not Hindus.
  13. The Dasam Granth states: 'Humanity is one, although in appearance it differs.' This is in direct contrast to the notion that humanity is one, but some portions of it is more superior than others due to certain beliefs and principles which it holds. Here is an example, the Koran states: 'the only religion acceptable to Allah is Islam...' We see a similar case with other religions as well. The basic crux of such ideologues are based on the notion that it is entirely feasible, and pragmatically possible to achieve an Utopia, which we now know is nothing more than sheer imbecility. What are some c
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    Saroop In Darbar Sahib

    wjkk wjkf, Does anyone know the origins of the saroop of SGGS installed in the main hall in Darbar sahib? Is it Handwritten and if so, by who? Is this saroop from Guru's time? Bhul chuk maaf
  15. To me there is no difference , yes I don't do chavar or prakash/sukhasan of my laptop but I try to read as much as I can along with translations - but in the end its the same Shabad guru - physical saroop or pdf , IMHO key is to incorporate the lessons in our day to day life - taki " halat palat mukh ujjal hoye " - we are saved in this life and hereafter. Share your thoughts
  16. Gurpreet14 once posted the pdf , I need it let me know if anyone has it - better still , upload it in response to this post . Greatful in advance !
  17. weird question i know but when does a book become ~SGGS? In the printing process where does it start full to full cover printed of SGGS become SGGS, or where the paper comes from or how the ink is manufactured, or one word of gurbani or a sentence or a ang? we have bani on t shirts etc everything now adays also reading this site http://srec.gurmat.info/srecpublications/aboutcompilationofsrigurugranthsahib/appendix2/ makes the guru sound like composing adi granth and bring together records and compositions but calls SGGS the book and records which makes it sound like only the fully printed c
  18. With Guru Maharaj's Apaar Kirpa the Akal Design team is proud to announce iGurbani for iOS devices. This app requires no internet connection and contains all of the Sikh Scriptures. The focus of this app is to allow the user to accurately read the shabads from the Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji following a revolutionary style of showing the vishraams. Instead of commas and other punctuation the vishraams are highlighed in a specific color. PLEASE NOTE: Since the Gurmukhi is from a new source and the database has been rebuilt from the ground up there are some errors that we could not catch during
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