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  1. Gurfateh Ji, Is anyone going or gone through the avasta where they just want life to end now? Not as in suicide but asking Guru Sahib with a powerful ardaas. More due to biraag of Gurbani, Naam kamai and also experiences of life which have detached one from many worldly things. I will add more to this if any Gursikh piyaara can relate. Akaal
  2. God as never listened to any ardaas my mum has made Mum had asked for a great Mother-in-law, one that she would treat as her own mother, but it doesn't happen instead the mother in law treats her badly Mum had asked for a son to look after the house after they die and to help us as a brother, but that didn't happen either Asked for he Brother to have a son since they are in india to help out with the family, doesn't help instead God takes away her brother from her leaving two daughters behind one 9 years old and the other 7 years old Mum wants her family in India to live a comfortable life after her brother dying but instead the family is getting poorer by the day and she has started to work a lot while taking care of a family of 6 Mum had asked for the younger brother to come to the uk but the visa has been denied many times God never listens to any of our prayers, making us have trust issues
  3. "Gippy Grewal directs a powerful Punjabi drama exploring deep-seated social problems. Gurmukh Singh is a bereaved teacher from the city, who finds himself transferred to a small village. He quickly becomes aware of the many social issues facing villagers, from poverty to alcoholism and suicide. When his past catches up with him, Gurmukh resolves to live his life to the fullest and devote himself to improving the lives of those around him. His strength is his firm religious faith. But will this be sufficient to deal the ever-growing problems besetting the community? Having made his name in the Punjabi film industry with such hit entertainers as Carry on Jatta, Bahji in Problem and Jatt James Bond, singer and actor Gippy Grewal turns to social drama for his eagerly anticipated debut as writer and director. It is at once moving and uplifting, with a fine supporting cast and music by Jatinder Shah."
  4. https://instagram.com/p/BLwgToNjRHX/ More info on Bhagat ji http://www.gursevak.com/about-us
  5. Hello Currently with gurus kirpa, I do my sehaj path on my phone and would like to pick up where I left off from maharajs saroop. What is the maryada for this? I will be going to the gurdwara where they have a separate room with prakash, so not sure if degh is prepared for that. Is that necessary? Please advise. Thanks
  6. Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh Ji. I have a question and I hope someone can guide me to the right way: If I need to read bani from Guru Granth Sahib ji, gutka sahib ji or if I need to touch any holy photos or holy material(example periodically cleaning the worship space), do I need to take complete shower and wear clean clothes and then do the needful? Isn't it sufficient If I just wash my hands properly after using the toilet and then touch gutka sahib, guru granth sahib ji or any holy photo or any holy material.
  7. Vahiguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Vahiguru Ji Ki Fateh, Could someone please post in English translation and Roman transliteration the Ardas before and after eating? I'm looking for the ones that start with salok (before eating) and pauri (after eating). I know I posted this in a different thread, but I don't think anyone noticed it. I apologize for the double post. Thank you.
  8. wjkk wjkf i just wanted to ask what you can say after "Hai Ni-maaniaa dai Maan, Ni-dhaania dai Dhaan, Ni-oatiaa dai Oat, Sachai Pitaa Vaheguru" in ardaas, i know you have to say whats the reason for doing the ardaas but i just wnated to know is there an exact wording you say after whatever your doing the ardaas for, eg if your doing it for nitnem, do you have to say it in a specific way, if so could you please tell me what you have to say, because i dont know punjabi that well so when i do that part of the ardaas im kinda lost for words aha, and sometimes theres somethings that i wanna say in the ardaas that i cant say in punjabi so i leave it, can u just say it in your mind or do u have to actually say it aloud? that is my question. wjkk wjkf
  9. some people at the and of ardaas read "Khanda Ja Kai Haath Mein Kalgi so hao Sis, So Hamri Rachaa Karai Kalgidhar Jagdish" Where si this dohraa from and who wrote? What about "Vaheguru Naam Jahaaj Hai.......?
  10. wjkkk wjkf sangat ji plz do ardas for me ji i am taking test ji for collage i took it once already you need 100 to get normal level collage class i got 91 so idk if i should take it or not ji plz do areas and tell maharaja to pass me ji i am very stressed and mad and sad right now
  11. Waheguru ji ka Khalsa waheguru Ji Ki fateh. My mom has a cancer at very rare place, the doctors are not giving much hope. But I have confidence in god and I know ardaas is always heard by our guru . I read before posting this that everyone is prayin for bibi Jagjeet kaur to get well I m praying to god for her too. Can I please ask sangat to do ardaas for my mom. She is in a lot of pain she wants to amrit shak as soon as she can but our gurudwaras do it when there is a mahapurush coming from India. But may be on baisakhi. But pleAse can I beg in front of you sangat to please do ardaas or mool mantar for my mom. That's all I can do for her right now I want my mom to get well as soon as possible seein your mom on bed and no hope is not easy. Please please please please help us. That find a cure for this nasty diesease.
  12. Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa! Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh! I am an Amritdhari Gursikh in America and I really need everyone's help. I am going through a very difficult time in my life, I am doing Sukhmani Sahib to get out of this difficult situation and my mom is doing the same so I get out of this difficult time. Please if you all take out two minutes from life and pray for me...maybe Waheguru will listen and accept my request. I am really in a terrible situation and I am no longer able to handle it. Please I really need everyone's help. Please do pray for me.
  13. waheguru ji ka khalsa waheguru ji ki fateh I have learnt the ardaas ritual by observing sangat in the gurdwara- when to kneel, when to rise etc. Outside of the gurdwara, I do a personal and long ardaas (conversation with God) without the standard structure present in gutka sahibs. However now I am learning the ardaas, for the sake of community harmony and in case my services ever are called upon, I need to be able to perform the ritual correctly, but I don't know what is actually happening during ardaas. Please help me understand. Questions: - What is the reason for standing and folding hands? - After 'sarbat da bhala', who are we kneeling to? Since I have only been part of ardaas at the gurdwara- I have assumed this is matha tek to Guru sahib who is present, is this correct? Or is it like muslims bowing to God during their prayer ritual? When ardaas is performed outside the gurdwara and whenever Guru sahib is not present, does one still do matha thek to the floor? - Why do we kneel and stand up twice (before and after Fateh)? - When is 'Sab sikhan ko hukam hain..' to be said? I cannot find this hymn in my gutka sahib. - Or if you have time, please could you describe the full ritual in detail with spiritual explanations to each action. Much appreciated. waheguru ji ka khalsa waheguru ji ki fateh
  14. What do you say or ask for in the Ardaas? Are your wishes fulfilled? For example, if you asked for a stronger connection with your inner self and to concentrate more while praying, did you get it? What things are factors in this? "Jo Mangey Thakur Apne Te" Do some things be fulfilled later than others? I believe that your are supposed to ask for things that will make your human life successful so you don't have to take part in this cycle again. Some of may laugh.... but once I asked for perfect eyesight again, since I have glasses and I hate them. I value them now and I want a second chance. This is irrelevant and a want, not a need. But I sure would like for it to happen. :biggrin2: So what experiences do you have? -Sorry If I sounded stupid...just want to learn from other experiences. :blush2:
  15. sache Dilon Mango (ask with a pure heart) This is very prevalent among sikhs today , yet few realize it is entirely anti gurmat. The lie has been perpetuated by our pracharks and katha vachaks who either have no knowledge of gurmat or just want to tell the sangat what the sangat wants to hear so they can collect their maya. Here is a real life example - if mothers of all the kids in a certain grade in a certain school come to gurdwara and ask with saccha dil to make their kid attain first rank in the class, how can parmatma possibly make this happen ? Another'd be in an election , all candidates come and ask with a sacha dil - make us win - well you've god in a bind. Yet another example - two sikhs want to start a business in a certain market- one is a rational sikh who conducts a market survey , assesses the potential objectively , calculate probabilities, assess riks and creates a mitigation strategy etc .... And the other one does an akhand path , asks with sacha dil for success..and takes the dive .... , then his family does ardaas every day for growth of the business... Who do you think has better odds of succeeding ? The key point to note here is that parmatma has created certain rules (study of which constitues science and math) under which the world operates and he does not break those rules even for the most staunch believers. So what is a sikh supposed to do when they want something bad ? Work hard for it ... Agreed there are things that are beyond our control e.g. a loved one dying from cancer ..... in that case we just have to accept bhana. Gurbani encourages us to get to an avastha where we are "Aas andese te nehkeval - " - free from both desire and worry. There are many other tuks extolling staying in bhan Jeo bhave teo rakh mere swami , ham sharan prabh aye ram raje || and Manganaa Mangan Neeka Harjas Gur te Mangna ||