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sorry to kick this thread back to life but........dass is going santheea now with Waheguru's amazing kirpa at Smethwick on Wednesdays.................the amazing pahji teaching it is propa chardi kalah so thanks to everyone who advised me............ :)

the next part................... :BL: i did punjabi at school and took GCSES at got an A but now im finding it difficult to put gurbani akkars together so i cant read it that well.............do many people have this problem? i know Ura Ehra etc and the "vowels" but when it comes to actually ready gurbani i realy stuggle.................will santheaa become a problem for me? should i ask bhai sahib is he would just over basic vocab first before i continue?

i feel realy stupid but i wanna do this right..........i dont wanna lack anything when it come to mahraj.................well only in santheaa cos im at total papi in all other areas :BL:

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the next part...................blush.gif i did punjabi at school and took GCSES at got an A but now im finding it difficult to put gurbani akkars together so i cant read it that well.............do many people have this problem? i know Ura Ehra etc and the "vowels" but when it comes to actually ready gurbani i realy stuggle.................will santheaa become a problem for me? should i ask bhai sahib is he would just over basic vocab first before i continue?

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Just an idea but would practicing the Muharnee help with this?

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if you have learnt gurmukhi then you jus need to practice. get a newspaper or book from your library or summat and just practice reading it till you get fluent.

santhiya is learning to repeat gurbani properly. arth is learning the meanings.

if you are scared then come to wednesfield on mondays 6 - 7 pm.

we handle verynervous learners.

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if you have learnt gurmukhi then you jus need to practice. get a newspaper or book from your library or summat and just practice reading it till you get fluent.

santhiya is learning to repeat gurbani properly. arth is learning the meanings.

if you are scared then come to wednesfield on mondays 6 - 7 pm.

we handle verynervous learners.

not been daft or anything lol...

but is there a age limit to how old u av to be to start learning at wednesifield???

as u said u handle nervous learners hehe....

could do with going myself but im nervious loll..

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erm................whats is the "Muharnee" ?

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sorry im so dumb

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Moharnee is basically a list of gurmukhi letters with the vowel signs.

Its like when u first learn english they make u say the alphabet letters phonetically - 'aa', 'b', 'c' instead of 'aay', 'bee', 'see'...

I really dont know why a lot of Punjabee schools dont teach it with the ooraa era!

Anyway enuff of me ranting on. heres the moharnee along with santheyaa for Nitnem by Giani Thakur Singh jee. Giani jee starts off with the moharnee and then everything else...

http://sfsikhcenter.com/videos/index.php

click on katha inside of the flash player > Giani Thakur Singh > suddh santhiya

Hope that helps

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