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This is a real incident. In Delhi, a girl had some health issues. Something came to her mind and she asked her father if they can have Guru Granths sahib ji’s parkash and path at home. Father said why not and this was scheduled. The girl listened to the whole path with true love and faith, when it was at the end, she thought I have heard that if you listen to bani with love, your mental and physical pains are vanished, but I am still the same. At that moment, the girl got sick, suddenly started throwing up, and bunches of “keerhe” came out from her stomach and she re-covered.

This is the power of Gurbani, if we are true in paying attention.

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My Homage to Guru Granth Sahib

* The Late Sri Rajneesh, or "Osho" as he preferred to be called.
Excerpted from "Books I have Loved". The Rebel Publishing House, 50 Koregaon Park Pune 411001.

With special permission, vide Ma Yoga Neelam’s Letter dated 1st Sept. 1997.

Guru Granth Sahib is the only book in the world taken from all the sources possible. Its sources come from Hindu, Mohammedan, Jaina, Buddhist, Christian. Such openness, no fanaticism.
The title Guru Granth means ‘the book of the masters’, or ‘the master book’. In it you will find Kabir, Nanak, Farid, and a long line of mystics belonging to different traditions, different schools, as if thousands of rivers are meeting in the ocean; Guru Granth is like an ocean.
I will translate only one sentence of Nanak. He is the founder, so of course his words are compiled in

Guru Granth. He was the first master of the Sikhs; then followed a line of nine other masters.
Sikhism was produced by ten masters. It is a rare religion because every other religion was created by only a single master.
Nanak says : The truth, the ultimate truth is unspeakable, so please forgive me, I will not speak about it,
but only sing it.

If you can understand the language of music, then perhaps a chord in your heart may be touched.
The transmission of the lamp is beyond words.
Guru Granth Sahib.... the Sikhs call it Sahib because they respect the book so much, almost as if it is alive, as if it were the very spirit of the master.

Guru Granth has compiled the sayings of ten living masters, ten enlightened ones.
I say that no other book can be compared to it. It is incomparable.
Nanak says, "Ek omkar satnam - only one thing is true, the name of the inexpressible."
In the East we call it omkar, om - only that is true. The sound of the soundless.... the silence that pervades after the sound has left...ek omkar satnam.
Nanak, the founder of Sikhism roamed around the known world of his day with a single follower, Mardana. Mardana means manly - ‘the really brave’. To be a follower one has to be brave.
Nanak used to sing while Mardana played on his sitar, and that’s how they roamed around the world spreading the fragrance of the ultimate.
His songs are so beautiful, they bring tears to my eyes.
Just because of his songs a new language was created.
Because he wouldn’t listen to any grammar, any rules of language, regulations, he created Punjabi - just by his songs. It is a tremendously strong language, just like the sharp edge of a sword.
The Sikh Review, November 2000, Page # 39
Edited by PiaraS
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