If you were smart enough to look at the timeline of my original post you would see it went up before you slandered Gursikhs on the other thread. You were slandering on this thread.
@MOD @ADMIN let him say what he wants openly here about me. He acts like a tough guy but I know it's an act.
Here is your chance tough guy. Let's hear it
There's many meanings to this. One which I find incredibly beautiful (from the point of view of Guru Arjan Dev Ji) is
Aad guray nameh - I bow down to the 1st Guru Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji
Jugaad guray nameh - I bow down to the 2nd Guru Sri Guru Angad Dev Ji
Sat guray nameh - I bow down to my Satguru Sri Guru Ram Das Ji
Sri gur dayvay nameh - I bow down to their (my satguru's) Guru Sri Guru Amar Das Ji
In this way Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji pays their respect to the 4 Guru Sahibs before them and seeks blessing to begin path of Sukhmani Sahib. This is an implied arth based on the perspective of 5th Guru. A more literal arth could be:
Aad guray nameh - I pay respect to guru who has been guru since the start of time (aad meaning start)
Jugaad guray nameh - I pay respect to guru who was present at the start of the jugs when creation began. Jugaad sach
Sat guray nameh - I pay respect to the true guru Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji
Sri gur dayvay nameh - I pay respect to the guru who is true now and will always be the true guru Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji
Thank you for posting these videos. This is exactly how they live in below freezing temperatures, without getting sick with hypothermia. They showed us few breathing techniques to keep warm when we stayed with them in Rishikesh in the 70s which worked well. We promised them we’ll revisit them again, but unfortunately, it never happened! Once we came back home to HK, we realised how different their world was in comparison to ours’. It was almost like we lived on two different planets! The saadhoos can stay alive up to six months or more without food and water, for they have mastered the techniques to do away with all material comforts. Amazing souls.