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VaheGuru Jee Kaa Khalsa

VaheGuru Jee Kee Fatheh!

I'm looking for this Dharmik Geet that comes on the Sikh Channels mainly Sikh TV ... The chorus goes like this:

"Guru Granth Sahib Jee Nu Hath Bann Chuk Ke Sees Nibhaava" ... It's really melodious and mentions the Dass Guru Sahibaan's ...

If anyone knows who the composer/singer is or where I can find it then please do let me know.

Thank you!

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VaheGuru Jee Kaa Khalsa

VaheGuru Jee Kee Fatheh!

I'm looking for this Dharmik Geet that comes on the Sikh Channels mainly Sikh TV ... The chorus goes like this:

"Guru Granth Sahib Jee Nu Hath Bann Chuk Ke Sees Nibhaava" ... It's really melodious and mentions the Dass Guru Sahibaan's ...

If anyone knows who the composer/singer is or where I can find it then please do let me know.

Thank you!

Vaheguroo Je Ka Khalsa Vaheguroo Je Ke Fateh

Look no further Bhenji.

It's done by Moneyspinner for 300 saal.

You can download it for free from here:

http://www.see-q.net/features/moneyspinner.html

Or watch it here:

Enjoy :smile2:

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