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Anyone know why when reciting Benti Chaupai some parts are missed out

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2 minutes ago, Redoptics said:

Yup

Yeah it's gone longer now 

There's parts before ek onkar shri waheguru ji ke fatheh pathshahi 10. As Well 

 

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2 minutes ago, puzzled said:

Yeah it's gone longer now 

There's parts before ek onkar shri waheguru ji ke fatheh pathshahi 10. As Well 

 

I think this is the full version.

 

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7 minutes ago, Redoptics said:

I think this is the full version.

 

I'm not sure

I only know chaupai sahib and the first 16 pauris of japji sahib 

I got lazy  

Gnna try and learn the rest of japji sahib 

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8 minutes ago, puzzled said:

I'm not sure

I only know chaupai sahib and the first 16 pauris of japji sahib 

I got lazy  

Gnna try and learn the rest of japji sahib 

Same I usually read via transliteration,  until I can sing it then learn the Gurmuki to understand the full meaning, as we can not seem to translate into English correctly.

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31 minutes ago, Redoptics said:

Same I usually read via transliteration,  until I can sing it then learn the Gurmuki to understand the full meaning, as we can not seem to translate into English correctly.

I can read gurmuki and can read Punjabi newspapers and books but I'm not sure if I'm prounouncng the shabds properly. So I listen to videos and then repeat after while reading paath in gurmuki. 

So far I can properly read chaupai sahib and first 16 pauris of japji sahib 

I can read the rest As Well but I'm just cautious of pronouncing the shabds wrong. 

I really wanna learn jaap sahib and chandi di vaar too. 

There are santhiya videos online you can read along and pronounce the word properly.

I read a sakhi of where the singhs were reading bani in front of guru gobind singh ji and one of the singhs was pronouncing it wrong and guru ji said to the singh to be careful as he is bending guru jis limbs. 

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21 hours ago, puzzled said:

I can read gurmuki and can read Punjabi newspapers and books but I'm not sure if I'm prounouncng the shabds properly. So I listen to videos and then repeat after while reading paath in gurmuki. 

So far I can properly read chaupai sahib and first 16 pauris of japji sahib 

I can read the rest As Well but I'm just cautious of pronouncing the shabds wrong. 

I really wanna learn jaap sahib and chandi di vaar too. 

There are santhiya videos online you can read along and pronounce the word properly.

I read a sakhi of where the singhs were reading bani in front of guru gobind singh ji and one of the singhs was pronouncing it wrong and guru ji said to the singh to be careful as he is bending guru jis limbs. 

I have heard that sakhi,  however the word that was pronounced wrong, ment something different to what the word actually ment, so yes we do have to be careful.  However you are learning so mistakes will happen.

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