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  1. What did everyone learn today or this week?
  2. Is it alright to quote Gurbani to answer a question, I see scholars do it all the time, but these words can have different interpretations, and at the end of the day, its poetry, and is not a direct instruction, if you know what I mean?
  3. WJKKWJKF Sadh Sangat Ji,please post some suggestions and links to sources for learning and understanding SHABADS from gurbani,. I feel very ashamed when sometimes I dont know the complete Shabad sung at GURUDWARA SAHIB.I personally believe we should atleast try to learn all the SHABADS because when you know the SHABADS ,you stay more focussed while listening to kirtan at GURUDWARA SAHIB. Earlier too I have tried to learn Shabads but I want to do it in a systematic manner this time.This time I want to learn ,understand and imbibe one SHABAD at one time.
  4. Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fatteh Who can you learn shasta vidiya from apart from Nidar Singh and is in the Birmingham area?
  5. Any good sex therapist will tell you it's not what you've got that matters. It's more important how you use what you've got. The same sound advice applies in an economy, too. Statisticians and politicians alike obsess over the latest ups and downs of GDP, assumed to reflect the progress of an entire economy. But in practice, a well-endowed GDP means nothing if it isn't put to good work. If extra economic production (measured by an expanding GDP) does not bring improvements in the human condition, then what's the point? An outstanding example of this maxim in practice is provided by the econo
  6. Hi is anyone interested in learning Punjabi on Skype? Punjabi has recently been named as the third most spoken language in England and Wales. I would like to practice my Punjabi, as I would like to able to speak more fluently, I am intermediate level. If you speak Punjabi I would love to hear from you!! If anyone is interested please leave your skype id and i will add you. Thanks
  7. WJKK WJKF Reading and understanding gurbani changes how we see the world. We learn so much every day just by understanding it. Ever since I started reading it my life has positively changed so much. So that's why I'm wondering what shabad do you think has changed your life the most and which shabad have you personally learnt the most from? Nanak Naam Jahaaz Hai
O Nanak, the name of the Lord is like a ship ChadeSo Uttray Paar
 Whoever Boards It Crosses Over (The Life-Ocean). Jo Shardha Kare Sevde
 Those Who Meditate On Him with Faith and devotion, Gur Paar, Utaaran Haar
 The Guru Help
  8. Waheguruji ka khalsa Waheguruji ki fateh ji Dear Sangat ji There have been a couple of posts enquiring about Keertan Notations. Therefore, I'd like to start a thread dedicated to keertan notations alone. Any notations in previous posts in other threads will be pasted here along with some others. One post will have a keertan notation for one shabad alone. If anyone would like to request notations for a particular shabad they wish to learn, please PM me or start another thread. I request anyone to refrain from any kind of discussions on this thread so we could keep it for notations alone.
  9. Hi everyone. I've written a software to help people learn kirtan. You can find the download links and instructions at https://github.com/gsingh93/Learn-Kirtan/wiki. Please note that you must have java installed from http://java.com/en/ to use the application. In short, you can type notes (sa, re, ga, ma, pa, dha, ni) into the editor and click play to see them played on the screen. Komal notes have an apostrophe before them ('ga) and theevra notes have an apostrophe after them (ma'). Notes that are in the upper scale have a period after them (sa.) and lower scale notes have the period before t
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