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I came to know that 'chupehara' is conducted at Baba Deep Singh Ji Gurudwara Shaheedaan, Amritsar on every Sunday...

I heard that Sukhmani Sahib, Chaupai Sahib and Japji Sahib Paaths are recited in it.

Can anyone tell me some more details regarding it and when exactly 'chupehara' begins??

Plz tell me


Amanpreet Singh

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I think it begins early in morning and continues until 4pm evening, i have heard that people do sukhna there, and there wishes are fulfilled by doing a chupehra. apparently its a pretty powerful place.

Since its a chupehra, 4x3 hours, it must begin early in morning at 4 am, so go around 3:30 ish am, i guess.

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Chupehra is 5-6 hours long (at least this one which is recorded is like that).

It's really amazing how much Sangat comes and how a lot of the Sangat and Sevadars stay for the full amount of time!

  • Keertan
  • Mool Mantar Jaap / Satnam Vahiguru Jaap / Vahiguru Jaap
  • Jap Jee Sahib 5 times
  • Chaupai Sahib 2 times
  • 15-20 minute break
  • Satnam Vahiguru Jaap
  • Singing Shabads
  • Sukhmani Sahib
  • Singing Shabads
  • Anand Sahib
  • Ardas
  • Satnam Vahiguru Jaap

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4 (a copy of part 3, but a little longer)

Part 5

Part 6

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Thanx a lot Singh Sahib Ji

Chupehra according to my knowledge is chaar pehar or 4 pehars of time dedicated for reading Akaali Bani.

Thanx again


But can u tell me do i need to go there at 3:30 am or something like 8 am...i heard from someone it is 8 am..

and is it on Sunday??(just curious for being sure so that it may not sangraad, sunday, monday, xyz etc)


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