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Can you do Sukhmani Sahib with/as part of Nitnem or should Sukhmani Sahib be done separately?

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Can you do Sukhmani Sahib with/as part of Nitnem or should Sukhmani Sahib be done separately?

veer u gotta do ur 7 banis as per rehit (i think)

thats

Jaap jee Sahib

Jaap Sahib

Tva Parsand

Chaupai Sahib

Anand Sahib

Rehraas Sahib

Sohila Sahib

those are compulsary but ju can do Sukhmani Sahib in addition to those :wub:

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Guest Bass Singh

You can do what ya want as long as you do the panj bania in the morning minimum!

akaaall

vahegurooooooooooooooooooooooooo

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Aasaa, Fifth Mehl:

She remains asleep, and does not know the news of God.

The day dawns, and then, she regrets. ||1||

Loving the Beloved, the mind is filled with celestial bliss.

You yearn to meet with God, so why do you delay? ||1||Pause||

nice signature pehnj

just how i felt this morning man............missed my amritvela man :wub: :wub:

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Aasaa, Fifth Mehl:

She remains asleep, and does not know the news of God.

The day dawns, and then, she regrets. ||1||

Loving the Beloved, the mind is filled with celestial bliss.

You yearn to meet with God, so why do you delay? ||1||Pause||

nice signature pehnj

just how i felt this morning man............missed my amritvela man :wub: :wub:

waheguru yhh, its like the shabadh of the month for me loll. Sant Anoop reeli woke me up this june...

check the whole shabadh up its : Soi Rahee Prab Ke Kabaar Na Janne

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Concentrate and worry more about your simran and avastha, the banis will come and with added pyar and concentration, firstly build that pyar with swas swas simran, keep simran sangat

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