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Dhan Guru Nanak Simran

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VJKK VJKF,

Quick question to all Sangat - I know that Gur Mantr is 'Waheguru' but was wondering what are peoples thoughts on doing Simran on Dhan Guru Nanak?

 

My understanding is that Nanaksar Samparda do simran on Dhan Guru Nanak... it is permissible in the Panth?

 

Bhul Chuk Maaf

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2 hours ago, PranaamShaheedaNu said:

VJKK VJKF,

Quick question to all Sangat - I know that Gur Mantr is 'Waheguru' but was wondering what are peoples thoughts on doing Simran on Dhan Guru Nanak?

 

My understanding is that Nanaksar Samparda do simran on Dhan Guru Nanak... it is permissible in the Panth?

 

Bhul Chuk Maaf

I’m not aware of Gurmantar being any different within the Nanaksar samparda. Do you have any evidence to support what you are saying? 

 

“Many other historical references also confirm that the shabad or word ‘Waheguru’ is the gurmantar of the Khalsa.

In this century the sants or spiritually evolved beings like Baba Attar Singh Ji Mastuanaa, Sant Baba Nand Singh Ji Guru Nanaksar, Sant Karam Singh Ji Hotee Mardhaan, Sant Sangat Singh Ji Kamaalee-ay Wale, Sant Baba Sunder Singh Ji, Sant Khalsa Gurbachan Singh Ji Bhindraan Wale, Bhai Sahib Bhai Randhir Singh Ji Narangwal Wale, Sant Ishar Singh Ji Rarh-ay Wale, and many other spiritually evolved saint meditated and contemplated upon the ‘Waheguru’ mantar and persuaded many other to take Amrit , the ambroisal nectar, and receive the gift of gurmantar ‘Waheguru’ by treading the path of Gur-maryadha (Sikh code of conduct), sent into motion by Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji.”

 

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16 minutes ago, PranaamShaheedaNu said:

I didn't say that Nanaksar Samparda use a different Gurmantr - I said that they do Simran on Dhan Guru Nanak,,,

Ok, then this would be praises of Guru Nanak Dev ji, not Gurmantar. 

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1 hour ago, simran345 said:

Ok, then this would be praises of Guru Nanak Dev ji, not Gurmantar. 

VJKK VJKF

Nicely put Ji. Gurmantar was given to Guru Nanak Dev Ji Maharaj. Dhan Guru Nanak is not gurmantar as it was not given to them but it is a high praise of them so there is nothing wrong with saying this but just don't get them mixed up Ji. 

Vaheguru Ji.

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Fateh Ji

It is good in a sense nothing wrong with it, but Guru Nanak Dev Ji himself told us to Jaap Waheguru.

So in a way it would make sense to jaap Waheguru as it is what he told us to do.

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Dhan Guru Nanak tuhi Nirankar is gurmantar for non amritdhari Sikh.

Waheguru gurmantar is Naam and only a gursikh can chant because its given after amrit ceremony. No other can chant this gurmantar. Without taking Naam from Guru after amrit no body can chant gurmantar. 

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