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First part says that by reciting this shabad 21 times everyday, you will gain lots of knowledge (vidiaa).

I think the second part is saying recite this shabad 5 times and then do Ardaas before you start to read knowledge (vidiaa). 

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^^Thank you and yes I'm doing this prayer for my education, which I think you must be assuming already?! Do you or does anyone else know how to prepare for the prayer, do I need a white cloth or kailash filled with water or something. I'm still young but I want to do this for my exams. My grandma has kept the book for over 30 years but I found a digital version with English but the instructions were not. 

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And does 21 times mean 108 x 21, I know that 108 numbers are not necessarily Sikhi based but it's what's prescribed for some of them and I have a mala I got from a Gurdwara in India. 

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23 minutes ago, GuestSikh06 said:

And does 21 times mean 108 x 21, I know that 108 numbers are not necessarily Sikhi based but it's what's prescribed for some of them and I have a mala I got from a Gurdwara in India. 

Im not sure about 108, but here it says only 21 times a day. So i think just 21 recitations, not 108.

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2 hours ago, GuestSikh06 said:

Hi Sangat, can someone translate this please it's from a sankat mochan paath and I don't understand the instructions, 

Thank you. 

sankat paath.jpeg

Well, correct me if im wrong, but i dont think this thought process aligns with sikh Principles,

again, correct me if im wrong.

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6 hours ago, NonExistant said:

Im not sure about 108, but here it says only 21 times a day. So i think just 21 recitations, not 108.

And does it say anywhere to do the 21 times thing in 41 days or anything? Thank you I appreciate the help :)

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5 hours ago, APEY13 said:

Well, correct me if im wrong, but i dont think this thought process aligns with sikh Principles,

again, correct me if im wrong.

Hi, it's a Sikh paath from the GGSJ book, I know in my village in India long time back some religious men made lengthy shabar mantars (kind of similar to Hindu ones) for dire situations calling on energies quickly, but this one isn't one of them. 

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11 minutes ago, GuestSikh06 said:

And does it say anywhere to do the 21 times thing in 41 days or anything? Thank you I appreciate the help :)

ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕਾ ਖਾਲਸਾ ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕੀ ਫਤਿਹ

Fateh ji,

It only says in what you sent to do the Paath 21 times everyday and before you start working do it 5 times then do an Ardas (like in the Gurudwara Sahib where we stand up and sing tu thakur rhum peh ardaas)

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2 hours ago, RajKaregaKhalsa1 said:

ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕਾ ਖਾਲਸਾ ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜੀ ਕੀ ਫਤਿਹ

Fateh ji,

It only says in what you sent to do the Paath 21 times everyday and before you start working do it 5 times then do an Ardas (like in the Gurudwara Sahib where we stand up and sing tu thakur rhum peh ardaas)

Thank you, I've got the 'Sacred Nitnem' by Mr Harbans Singh Doabia and in the Ardaas section, you can customise the Ardas by putting your wishes, thoughts, desires etc after 'ap de hazur sodar rehras di ardas hai ji' near to the end of the Ardas then asking for forgiveness of mistakes 'akhar vadha ghata bhull chuk maaf karni'. Can someone make a passage for me in Punjabi so I can add it into my Ardas like 'I've done the paath 21 times and 5 times before I open my books and I've been doing this to broaden my knowledge on various topics especially related to exams and to learn punjabi.. something like that because I can't speak Punjabi but good at understanding it.. I'm also going on holiday to India in a few months which will be interesting lol, so need good resources. I showed my mum the instructions but she said it's in a different version of Punjabi can you translate it like how I wrote the passage of the Ardas. 

Many thanks. 

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Hi happy Gurpurab, I logged into this especially to see if I had any replies for my thread but not as of now. I really want to know soon about how to do it, so I can do it every day.

Thank you.  

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On 11/21/2018 at 11:19 AM, GuestSikh06 said:

Hi Sangat, can someone translate this please it's from a sankat mochan paath and I don't understand the instructions, 

Thank you. 

sankat paath.jpeg

Here's a quick literal interpretation:

"By doing this shabad 21 times everyday, vidiya becomes very much achieved (prapith). At the start (arumbh) of reading (parhnee) the vidya do 5 paats of this shabad and then do an ardaas that the studying be propitious[?] (shub) and for the mental faculties (chit) to remain attached [to the endeavour]. "

 

Where is this from? 

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2 hours ago, GuestSikh06 said:

Hi happy Gurpurab, I logged into this especially to see if I had any replies for my thread but not as of now. I really want to know soon about how to do it, so I can do it every day.

Thank you.  

For the ardaas you can say ' Aap ji di kirpa de naal, es shabad de 21 paath kite han. Eh paath changi pardai vaste kite han. App ji ne kirpa karni, vidhia ate pardhai da daan bakhshana. Jo pardha oh samaj aave te emtihaan vich madid hove. Kirpa karni ke panjabi bolni aa jaave. '

Translation: with ur grace, 21 recitations have been done of this shabad. This recitation wa done for a good education. Please bless me with the gift of knowlege and education. Whatever I may read, may i understand and may it help.me on my exams. Also bless.me that i can come to speak panjabi. 

I didnt add the 5 paaths, because i think the instructions say to do those when u r abt to open ur books. Like just mentally recite them 5x. And say mentally may my studying be fruiful and my attention remain fixed on studying : 'pardhai safal hovai, chit lagaa rehe'Like a quick silent prayer sitting at ur desk. Then begin. 

Also God understands english. So its really good that u r  saying it in panjabi. After saying it in panjabi, say it again in english in ur own words so u can say it from ur heart. And in case u didnt say it right in panjabi, it wont matter if u repeat it in english. 

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1 hour ago, dallysingh101 said:

Here's a quick literal interpretation:

"By doing this shabad 21 times everyday, vidiya becomes very much achieved (prapith). At the start (arumbh) of reading (parhnee) the vidya do 5 paats of this shabad and then do an ardaas that the studying be propitious[?] (shub) and for the mental faculties (chit) to remain attached [to the endeavour]. "

 

Where is this from? 

Hi, thank you Dally it means a lot. It's an iPhone app called 'Sankat Mochan' with an orange icon. I also have the paaths in book form that my grandma used to keep alongside her malas.

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