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Guest MrHSinghK

Do u mean the katha in which Gyani Ji mentions the Bani's Mahatam? If so, then give me some time, to search the audio track.

I found it

http://www.gurmatveechar.com/audios/Katha/02_Present_Day_Katha/Giani_Thakur_Singh_%28Patiala_wale%29/Katha_Sri_Guru_Granth_Sahib_Ji/CD_01/03_Sohila/Giani%20Thakur%20Singh--Ang0013-0013-Sohela-0005-Karo%20Benantee%20Suno%20Mere%20Meeta-Part1.mp3

08:30 onwards it is mentioned

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Guest MrHSinghK

Do you have the web link for download.

The link is here

gurmatveechar.com go to

katha / Present Day Katha / Giani Thakur Singh (Patiala wale) / Katha Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji / CD 01 /Ang0013-0013-Sohela-0005-Karo Benantee Suno Mere Meeta-Part1

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Veer g ki eh jarrori hai ki bani kesh isnaan kr ke padni hai menu nhi pta hai me ta keah isnaan krke kde nhi pdi hor nahi bate che jal rakheya hai pls veer g meri galti dasso

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Veer g ki eh jarrori hai ki bani kesh isnaan kr ke padni hai menu nhi pta hai me ta keah isnaan krke kde nhi pdi hor nahi bate che jal rakheya hai pls veer g meri galti dasso

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