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Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa

Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh Sangat Jeo,

http://sikhscriptures2english.blogspot.com/

"This is an excellent new blog that has been started by our Veerji kam1825. It will be updated regularly and will be translations of Sri Nanak Prakash, which is the first section of Gurpratap Suraj Prakash Granth.Sri Nanak Prakash is the section that deals with Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji. It has been praised by all traditional schools of Sikhi, including all Taksals (Damdami, Bhindran, Amritsarr), Nirmala Samparadya, Udasi Sampradya, Nihang Sampardaya and Hazuri Sikhs. To this date it is the main source of history in regards to Guru Nanak Dev Ji . The author, Kavi Santokh Singh Ji is from the Nirmala Sampradaya and has lineage that goes back to Guru Gobind Singh Ji."

I know this has been posted here before but this is one blog that deserves much more exposure, so I am making this a sticky.

Gurfateh!

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Thanks Singh. The second Adhyai of the Sri Nanak Parkash has been completed today so the third Adhyai will begin tomorrow. The introduction to the birth of the Aad Guru is almost complete.

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The blog has been updated with a new layout thanks to Bhai Jvala Singh Ji.

If you have not had a look at the blog take a look obviously the blog is not everones cup of tea as we only seem to get about 20 hits a day!!!!

It makes me wonder what Sikhs of today are actually bothered about?

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Yes veerji, it saddens me too that our youth aren't really interested in learning.. their total energy seems to be dedicated to fighting amongst themselves. And yet we call ourselves Sikhs.. But do not let it put you off veerji for what you are doing hasn't really been attempted before.. if your translations are able to generate pyaar for Guruji Sahib in the heart of even one gurmukh, consider your sewa parvaan. I have nothing but utmost respect for you veerji, I pray that Waheguru Ji keep you in Chardi Kalaa forever.

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Thanks jee - seva is appreciated.

Would it be possible to post a link of a PDF version on the blog of the translations as they occur? This will make it easier to print off and read, or even view on smartphones/iPhones.

Waheguroo

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somtimes in front of kavi ji's name is written choormani

kavi choormani bhia santokh singh ji rachat

what does choormani and rachat mean.

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somtimes in front of kavi ji's name is written choormani

kavi choormani bhia santokh singh ji rachat

what does choormani and rachat mean.

Chooramani means "Jewel in the crown". {See Mahan kosh}{Encyclopedia of Punjabi sahit=literature}.

Rachat means "Whose work it is".

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This blog is amazing! The only source for Sri Nanak Parkash in English. At a time when most books on Sikh history in English are written with a missionary style interpretation of our history, it is tryuly invaluable.

Hope it is saved somewhere safe to be made a proper book one day.

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Thank you Veer ji , this sewa has cleared many doubts that I had about how Guru ji's father was ... if one was to go by standard texts in english you would think there was no love at all just irka and krodh . Plus it is great to see how much piare and satkar Guru ji gave to his whole family truly a good example to our youth

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On 3/22/2010 at 3:32 PM, .- Prabhjot Singh -. said:

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa

Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh Sangat Jeo,

http://sikhscriptures2english.blogspot.com/

"This is an excellent new blog that has been started by our Veerji kam1825. It will be updated regularly and will be translations of Sri Nanak Prakash, which is the first section of Gurpratap Suraj Prakash Granth.Sri Nanak Prakash is the section that deals with Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji. It has been praised by all traditional schools of Sikhi, including all Taksals (Damdami, Bhindran, Amritsarr), Nirmala Samparadya, Udasi Sampradya, Nihang Sampardaya and Hazuri Sikhs. To this date it is the main source of history in regards to Guru Nanak Dev Ji . The author, Kavi Santokh Singh Ji is from the Nirmala Sampradaya and has lineage that goes back to Guru Gobind Singh Ji."

I know this has been posted here before but this is one blog that deserves much more exposure, so I am making this a sticky.

Gurfateh!

Gur fateh, I have visited your blog. It is very nice effort towards Sikhism. Thanks You should also have a look on https://www.dhansikhi.com 

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