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Guru Gobind Singh Ji's Puranmashi Katha - Where Can I Find It?


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Oh It really is a Breaking news ?!!!!! , How can we think that Guru Sahibaan created such things , 180 degree at variance with Sikh philosophy & Gurmat

people say its out there, i want to know about it. simple.

your sarcasm is not appreciated.

only post if you want to add to the discussion. not poke your finger in it like the above.

thanks. :)

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people say its out there, i want to know about it. simple.

your sarcasm is not appreciated.

only post if you want to add to the discussion. not poke your finger in it like the above.

thanks. :)

Brother , I have a valid point , Wherever I see some thing diametrically opposite the spirit of gurmat , specially at this site , intervention and the sarcasm are not invalid

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do you know anything about this bani?

if so, please share. so i may too realise this to be as you have.

if not, try and find out for me.. (?)

if youre not interested, dont post!

regarding anti gurmat, whats your take on "sri bhavani lachmi ji sahaee" then

its not for us to say what is or isnt in accordance to gurmat. only guru can. we are blind till our Guru shows us.

and since you mention metric, "tis ki mit kaun bhakhano" : P

hey, on another note, i was also wondering do you have the 2 saloks attributed to guru nanak dev ji at the end of the bhai banno bir?

i have them, but its a job splitting the words. if you do, please send.

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Brother , I have a valid point , Wherever I see some thing diametrically opposite the spirit of gurmat , specially at this site , intervention and the sarcasm are not invalid

how is pooranmashi out of gurmat ?

poranmashi = full moon night its a natural phenomena, open your doors singh

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well, i've found the bani and it mentions guru nanak dev ji's travels to srilanka and raja shiv nabh in a dohra. it also mentions paintees akhri. it also mentions daya singh as well a few times.

i have not found where this bani is from tho.

re bhramanik mentality, in the "pooranmashi katha", it mentions q few times to keep varat on puranmashi. this is a blatant anti gurmat statement made again and again.

people may say, bhookhe bhagat na keejai, but, we can understand the varat to mean, the daan to god i.e. meditate. Sarbloh granth says "jathasakat daan >bhookai< kahu; padpankaj mehe leena" meaning, keep giving daan to god till you have the strength to, (even if you are starving); be leen in the true padpankaj.

so surely, we could see the varat as this daan, (to then carry this daan forward into our lives to practice).

however, personally, i find this 'bani' to be not bani of maharaj. but, i sure do see significance as a supporting piece that talks about niceness. this is my view on it anyway.

there are plenty of kavitas out there, y not this one as well..

thnaks

fateh!

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many people questioned sri dasam bani too

are you one of those? have you no faith in guru sahib? people say "how can guru write this , that " he is our guru he can write whatever he wants !!

people dont think "that we may lack the potential to understand this" but no what people say "this cant be gurus work"


open your doors people , its gurubani and it was written by patshahi 10vi

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their basis for questioning dasam bani is always flawed. letters etc have stated and listed guru G's bani from bhai mani singh to mata G. so if you think dasam granth can be questioned, please think again. and again.

and yes, guru g wrote bani, lots of it.

and which bani are you talkin about when you say "open you doors.." ? dasam bani?

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This is the only digital version I could find ji.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sukhcreations.pooranmashikatha&hl=en&gl=US

The Sakhi I heard in this are beautifully translated by a gursikh from our sangat.

 

may waheguru ji give you such guru sangat as well.

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