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  1. Hukamnama at gurdwara

    Khalsa Ji, The entire SGGS is a hukam. What people tend to refer to as ‘Hukamnama’, is actually ‘Mukhvak’. There are days when we may not be as strong as we should be, in terms of nitnem etc. The essence here is the word ‘nit’, meaning daily. As long as we try to follow Gurmat, on a daily basis, then one day we will achieve our destination. With regards to our after life, that depends on our vashna, prior to physical death. If our focus is on Naam, at time of death, then our soul will reside in Guru Ji’s abode. If our focus is on worldly pleasures, then the soul takes re-birth, in order to live out those pleasures. with a daily dose of Gurmat, we will eventually break free from the carnal pleasures. We may have to take further births, but at least Gurmat cleanses our soul. once upon a time, a wise man was meditating with his eyes closed. A young man asked him how long it would take to reach a certain city. The Mahatma didn’t speak. The young man asked about three or four times, but there was no reply. In frustration, the young man decided to walk off. ”It will take you four hours,” the Mahatma shouted after him. ”Why didn’t you tell me, when I first asked you?” Enquired the young man. ”I didn’t know how fast you could walk,” explained the Mahatma. Khalsa Ji, Gurmat will take one to Sachkand, but it depends on how much time and focus, we dedicate. Even if we don’t reach our destination in this life, at least the Gurmat credit will give re-birth in to a Sikh family, and thus, closer to Gurmat again. Repetive Naam Simram, repetive reciting of Bani will drown out the material yearning. Just keep focused on seva and simran. we only need to take a small step towards Gurmat, Satguru Ji takes giant leaps to receive us... waheguru, waheguru, waheguru...
  2. Is God formless?

    Khalsa Ji, yes, Waheguru is formless. The formless Waheguru can adopt any form, at any time...
  3. We gave in to temptation somewhere along the line. We have to reap what we sowed...
  4. Khalsa Ji, There are numerous references in Gurbani, which tell us about falling under the influence of maya. 21st Astpadhi of SriSukhmani, also explains why the creator created the creation... Ang 1080...SGGS...
  5. Khalsa Ji, bedh kateb cannot be false, since they contain the praise of the creator. but also: So contemplation, and them in context is important...
  6. Tea...A perspective

    Khalsa Ji, Here is a perspective regarding the dangers of drinking tea.
  7. https://youtu.be/keLN1PYUlXY Continuous Sri Sukhmani Sahib Sampat Paath followed by Vaar Mehala 1. Waheguru...
  8. https://youtu.be/EUedBHiPWFY Khalsa Ji, Karam Nirnay from 10th Patshahi via Bhai Daya Singh, mukhi Panj Pyare, by Sant Hari Singh. There are six parts in total. About ten hours of audio katha... Waheguru...
  9. Salana Barsi Samagam 2014

    Thanks for that Khalsa Ji, Who are the organisers of this samagam?... Waheguru...
  10. ਆਦਿਲ = fair, just, impartial. ( see Mahan kosh). Jhangir died and was succeeded by Shah Jahan. Despite Jhangir's shortcomings, he did confess to 6 th Patshahi that he was misled and misinformed by Chandu. The role of any emperor is that of " just, impartial, fair", whether one carries these duties out or not is another matter.... Waheguru....
  11. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=e5-VVpO5WqY https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=eIOVGwnifsI
  12. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=HxfkwYdg6Hs https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=-IsrJbSh1LQ
  13. Jhangir gave Chandu the authority to deal with 5th Patshahi. The fact remains that Janghir was misled by Chandu. The biased one sided propoganda by Chandu was the major cause. Jhangir confessed this to 6th Patshai, and Maharajh accepted his plea.... Waheguru....
  14. Jahangir confessed to 6th Patshahi that he was misled by Chandu. Guru Ji accepted his plea. The punishment was given to Chandu.... Waheguru...
  15. Nya (justice) is the duty of the ruler/king. Whether the ruler does justice or injustice, the fact remains that his title will always be nyakaar (upholder of justice). The word 'raja' means content, yet we have rajas in the past and present who are far from content. This is a title given to the ruler, not praise in any way... Waheguru....