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  1. Hi guys, after ardas. Why do they say the next part that goes: "agiya bhai akal ki, tabi chalaiyo panth..." and where is this from? Also, is it "tabbay" or "tabi"? I always heard tabi but I recently got into sikhi a few months ago and in a kirtan hymn on YouTube, they say "tabbay" so I am confused on the pronunciation. I will put the link below:
  2. Vaheguru ji ka khalsa Vaheguru ji ki fateh I usually do aarti sahib before the ardas but the gutka sahib at our house has rehras sahib and ardas straight afterwards and aarti later, that made me wonder if it should be read before of after ardas. Please forgive me for my stupidity ji, I am just starting to do my nitnem and wanted it to be correctly done ji. Bhul chuk maaf ji Vaheguru ji ka khalsa Vaheguru ji ki fateh
  3. Hi I'm back after a long time, I wanna know so when I'm doing my Ardaas is there a part where I speak to God for my wishes and to explain the purpose of this Ardaas. Please, someone, help me and write the line in English Punjabi, Thank you.
  4. Recently I have been pondering over this a lot...why isn't Mata Ji mentioned in the Ardaas? Almost all the key figures in the Panth throughout history and currently are mentioned either directly or indirectly, but oddly enough the Mother of the Panth has no mention. Not only that but Mata Ji has generally been sidelined and treated as a background figure up until recently where there has been (somewhat) more awareness of Her status, which in actual fact is a very exalted status; Mata Sahib Devan Ji is the Puran Sargun Saroop of Adi Shakti. Why isn't She talked about more? Why do we not do Ardaas to Her? Why is She not remembered or invoked on a daily basis? Aside from a brief mention on Baisakhi there is nothing. The Mother of the Sikh Panth, of the Khalsa, Jagat Mata, is Adi Shakti Herself. We are blessed. And we as a Panth need to take it upon ourselves to pay homage to Her, and give Her the utmost respect and reverence. Mata Ji is Ang Sang Sahai... ਖਾਲਸਾ ਦੇ ਮਾਤਾ ਆਦਿ ਸ਼ਕਤੀ ਸ੍ਵਰੂਪ ਧੰਨ ਮਾਤਾ ਸਾਹਿਬ ਦੇਵਾਂ ਜੀ ਸਭ ਥਾਈਂ ਹੋਇ ਸਹਾਇ ॥ Please share your thoughts. Gurbar Akaal!!!
  5. Guest

    Regarding the ardaas

    Waheguru ji ka khalsa waheguru ji ki fateh i just want to spill my heart out that today after our kirtan smagam at an university i was randomly asked by someone to do ardas afterwards I answered with a yes. But when i satrted doing ardas after kirtan i was blank i forget the ardas I don’t know how and completed it all on a very bad note. It was very humiliating for me that I can’t even do an ardas being an amritdhari sikh i should have done it smoothly but I can’t and moreover as i do ardas for karah prasad no one was there i waited and again repeat it but no one came which turns the things into more blunder. Everyone was laughing at me afterwards, some were disappointed, some were angry, everyone was pointing at me. So all this leads to shake my self confidence, my inner peace. I can’t even have courage to go to the kirtan smagam and do kirtan next week as every Tuesday it was held. I dont know what to do i just want to share this all with sonebody so i just posted.
  6. Before the kirpan touches the prasad in the Gurdwara, they say a certain line. Does anyone have the transliteration of the ardas they do including the certain line?
  7. Waheguru Ji ka Khalsa ki Fateh. My family is going to through tough times, because my brother wants to marry a girl and my parents are not accepting the relationship, because my brother has changed so much, he lies to my parents all the time (like where he is, where he is going), and my parents don't think relationship based on lies is going to successful. Also, the girl is not from sikh family and she is much older than my brother. My parents have tried to convince my brother to break the relationship, because his relationship will break our family and because of poor foundations of his relationship, he will not be happy in his relationship, sadly every time my dad talks with my brother, dad will say something stupid (in anger) that will hurt his feelings, and my brother last week concluded that he is happy to leave us for the girl. I never saw my dad crying, and i can tell my dad has lost his hope in my brother, and mum is not much different, but i don't think she will be able to live without my brother. I don't want to see my parents crying like this and i diffidently don't want our family to break. I know no one can help us in this situation, except Waheguru ji. I have 100% believe that Waheguru ji will resolve this problem and that my brother will come his senses and will make right decision. However, so far nothing seems to be going right and it kind of shakes my beliefs and now days when i do my Ardas, i will start crying and i have no control over my emotions and it never lets me complete my Ardas. I do understand i should increase my naam simran, however i'm not able to concentrate in anything now days. I would like to sangat to give us some guidance, how we can make our be Ardas be heard and because i don't think it is long before something will go horribly wrong. Waheguru Ji ka khalsa, Waheguru ji ki Fateh.
  8. Waheguru ji Ka khalsa, waheguru ji ki fateh, Does anyone know of the Ardas done at sachkand Sri hazoor sahib, if so could you reply with a romanised version with the names of the gurdwareh mentioned in the ardas, thanks Bhul chuk maf Karo ji
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    Ardas against enemies

    I m not going to go into detail as to how and why i have dusht dokhis against me. But i do, a LOT in office. I am harassed regularly and since their numbers are more, I am quite apprehensive of complaining to boss or HR. I have cursed them multiple times, Now i feel like doing an ardas to waheguru that may i see these peoples downfall happening in front of me. I know sikhs believe in sarbat da bhala but with such colleagues from hell , I am wondering if sarbat da bhala is really an option. I don't wanna go towards black magic because it will have a karmic effect on me I just wanna do an ardaas in front of satgura that may he punish these dusht dokhian. May i see their downfall in front of me, while i am in office.
  10. Guest

    Ardas? Vaheguru?

    I was asking this because I wanted to know why Vaheguru sometimes doesn't listen to Ardas? (And other times does) even though he can hear the Ardas and knows what's going on.
  11. This book written by Dr. Harbhajan Singh answers ALL questions on Dasam pita's bani If you have guts, read it before putting any efforts to comment.
  12. ਅਰਜਨ ਹਰਗੋਬਿੰਦ ਨੋ ਸਿਮਰੌ ਸ੍ਰੀ ਹਰਿਰਾਇ॥ ਸ੍ਰੀ ਹਰਿਕ੍ਰਿਸ਼ਨ ਧਿਆਇਐ ਜਿਸ ਡਿਠੈ ਸਭਿ ਦੁਖ ਜਾਇ॥ Arjan Hargobind no simro Sree Har Raae. Sree Har-Kishan d'hiaa-ee-aae jis dit'haae sabhe dukhe jaa-aae Ardas The word Ardâs ( ਅਰਦਾਸ ) is derived from the Persian word 'Arazdashat', meaning a request, a supplication, a prayer, a petition or an address to a superior authority. It is a Sikh prayer that is a done before performing or after undertaking any significant task; after reciting the daily Banis (prayers); or completion of a service like the Paath, kirtan (hymn-singing) program or any other religious program. In Sikhism, these prayers are also said before and after eating. The prayer is a plea to God to support and help the devotee with whatever he or she is about to undertake or has done. The Ardas is usually done standing up with 'folded hands'. The beginning of the Ardas is strictly set by the tenth Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh. When it comes to the conclusion of this prayer, the devotee uses: The word Waheguru - "Waheguru please bless me in the task that I am about to undertake" when starting a new task. Or the words Akal Purakh - "Akal Purakh, having completed the hymn-singing, we ask for your continued blessings so that we can continue with your memory and remember you at all times". Ardas is a unique prayer based on the fact that it is one of the few, well-known prayers in the Sikh religion that was not written in its entirety by the Gurus. The Ardas cannot be found within the pages of the Guru Granth Sahib due to the fact that it is a continually changing devotional text that has evolved over time in order for it to encompass the feats, accomplishments, and feelings of all generations of Sikhs within its lines. Taking the various derivation of the word, Ardas into account, the basic purpose of this prayer is an appeal to Waheguru for his protection and care, a plea for the welfare and prosperity of all mankind, and a means for the Sikhs to thank Waheguru for all that he has done. http://www.sikhiwiki.org/index.php/Ardas
  13. Waheguru When we do ardas 'pratham bhaguti simr ki' at gurdwara we 'matha tak' couple of times. Does anyone know when this tradition started of doing matha tak, was it during the Guru period or after. Also, the panth added more to the ardas in the early 1900s, how did they get everyone to matha tak after the dohra was read 'sab sikhan ko hukam hai gur manu granth'. Also is there any historical granth that tells how the ardas was performed during the Gurus time or after Waheguru
  14. 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!
  15. This was an issue that I was thinking about and felt like that Waheguru sometimes ignore the simple Ardas that we can say. Does anyone have an answer as to why that is?
  16. This was an issue that I was thinking about and felt like that Waheguru sometimes ignore the simple Ardas that we can say. Does anyone have an answer as to why that is?
  17. I have come across 2 different ways Singhs end Ardas One is where they recite "ਸੇਈ ਪਿਆਰੇ ਮੇਲ ਜਿਨਾ ਮਿਲੀਆਂ ਤੇਰਾ ਨਾਮ ਚਿਤ ਆਵੈ" (please forgive and correct spelling error) Another is "ਅੜੇ ਸੋ ਝੜੇ, ਜੋ ਸ਼ਰਨ ਆਵੈ ਸੋ ਤਰੈ" (please forgive and correct spelling error) I was wondering if we have to do either one, or both can be recited? And I think in any case they are recited right before "Nanak Naam Chardi Kala".
  18. Vaheguru jee, We all say Ardaas every day. However, when said in sangat I never know what to say in the personal part. Especially as my Punjabi isn't great, by myself I say what I want of course but in sangat it seems people have a set thing to say (eg. please keep us in good sangat, help us with Amrit vela, etc). I know some Gutke Sahibs include this within them. Where can I read one of these so I get a better idea of what to say?
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    I was just wondering if anyone in the sangat knows the importance of having a palla ( cloth in your neck) when doing your path or ardas? I have tried wearing a palla and I honestly feel that it does have an impact on me thank maharaj however I really want to know what the reason behind it is ?
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  21. i need help. i need to find the effect of ardas on the sangat.
  22. Dear Sangatji Please can you do ardas/naam simran for the innocent children and families being killed in Syria, so sad what's happening Viaguruji ka khalsa Viaguruji ka fateh
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    Ardas For Pet

    Vaheguru ji ka Khalsa Vaheguru ji ki Fateh I have a request to all to the sangat; I have a pet living with me, and he is hurt, can you please do ardaas for his quick recovery, as well as his joon-mukhti (free from the 84lakh joon). I would apperciate if you remember him in your ardaas. Please refrain from any stupid posts - dharam (faith) is the son of compassion, and if you don't have compassion then... Dhanvaad. Benti to mods, please move this to correct topic.
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    waheguru ji ka khalsa waheguru ji ki fateh I have learnt the ardaas ritual by observing sangat in the gurdwara- when to kneel, when to rise etc. Outside of the gurdwara, I do a personal and long ardaas (conversation with God) without the standard structure present in gutka sahibs. However now I am learning the ardaas, for the sake of community harmony and in case my services ever are called upon, I need to be able to perform the ritual correctly, but I don't know what is actually happening during ardaas. Please help me understand. Questions: - What is the reason for standing and folding hands? - After 'sarbat da bhala', who are we kneeling to? Since I have only been part of ardaas at the gurdwara- I have assumed this is matha tek to Guru sahib who is present, is this correct? Or is it like muslims bowing to God during their prayer ritual? When ardaas is performed outside the gurdwara and whenever Guru sahib is not present, does one still do matha thek to the floor? - Why do we kneel and stand up twice (before and after Fateh)? - When is 'Sab sikhan ko hukam hain..' to be said? I cannot find this hymn in my gutka sahib. - Or if you have time, please could you describe the full ritual in detail with spiritual explanations to each action. Much appreciated. waheguru ji ka khalsa waheguru ji ki fateh
  25. ✿✿✿✿ 4788 ✿✿✿✿ Sangat Ji, Bibi Jagjeet Kaur Ji from Sacramento is suffering from a rare form of cancer, The doctors have said that only divine intervention can save her from this fast spreading disease. It is a request to please do as many mool mantar jaaps as possible for her chardikala and please do ardas for her deh-arogta (recovery from disease) Please post the number of mool mantar jaaps done for her on this thread so that a collective ardas can be done on sangat's behalf. For those who are not familiar with this chardikala singhnee, here is her story from her own pen:
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