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  1. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru Ji Ki Fateh! Found some direct corruption by RSS towards Sikh information. (Maharastra also has a huge Shiv Sena and fundamentalist Hindu presesence.)http://m.hindustantimes.com/mumbai-news/maharashtra-school-textbook-should-not-call-bhindranwale-a-terrorist-sikh-groups/story-Rm3F374hxa4Dj5sRKu9MYJ.html
  2. Waheguru Life of Sant Baba Maha Harnam Singh Ji. The teacher of Sant Baba Nand Singh Ji Nanaksar Wale. Volume 1 Volume 2 and 3 Volume 4 Volume 5 Volume 7 Volume 8 Volume 9 Volume 10 Volume 11 Volume 12 Volume 13 Has the biographies of some of the Mahapurkhs
  3. Wjkk wjkf. I had a question regarding sant jarnail singh. In many of sant jis speeches he does benti to the sangat that every pind in punjab must have revolvers and a motorcycle. I understand the revolver part because sikhs need to keep shastars, but i do not understand why does every pind need a motorcycle. Can anyone in the sangat please explain this to me. Bulha chuka kehma muaf. Wjkk wjkf
  4. WJKK WJKF. For example, Sant Jarnail Singh Ji Khalsa Bhindranwale had, I am not sure if I can say bodyguards, but Singhs who protected him. Is there a certain name for them?
  5. Why did many of the gurus keep horses. What was the reason for this. I know guru hargobind sahib said that sikhs now need horses and weapons but what was the reason
  6. Were Sant Baba Atar Singh Ji Reru Sahibwale and Sant Baba Atar Singh Ji Mastuana the same person?
  7. A very in-depth katha in english on 'Who is a Sant'. This katha explains from Gurbani, the definition of a Sant and what is his role in Sikhi. Lecture 119 - Who is Saint - Introduction (Vancou: Sikhs are Saints - Who is a Saint? - A Sikh canno: Lecture 120 - A Sikh is a Servant (Vancouver Dec : Sikhs are Saints - Who is a Saint? - Love, Fear, :
  8. meditation Part 1: meditation Part 2 Jugti Naam simran: meditation Part 3 Jugti Naam simran:
  9. very good book on Sikh Spirituality the website has many good book on spirituality download here http://www.gurukhoj.com/eBooks/SBNS%20eBook%2001%20DMROG%20ONE.pdf DIVINE MYSTIC REFLECTIONS ON GURMAT BOOK 1 TOPICS ADDRESSED INCLUDE: The Power Of Naam Naam and the Mind Naam Perkash Naam and Naam Japna The True and Authentic Guru Who is a True Guru? Khalsa God's Love Drink the Holy Amrit Sensual Pleasures and Naam Ras Union with God The Sikh Way of Life What is Sewa or Service? What is God's Grace? Waheguru Gurmantar Daswand Who is a Sikh? Purpose of the Human Body ABOUT THE B OOK: In the words of Saint Scholar Naranjan Singh Ji, the purpose of this book is to make one worthy of the love of God and to enable him to receive His bounties. Presented in simple English and easy to the eye fonts, the contents will stir any reader's thoughts. This is significant as Sant Ji had always emphasised on "CONTEMPLATION" . Readers will be amazed at the simplicity in which seemingly difficult aspects of Gurbani and Sikhi are explained with ease using examples and analogies. It will answer most (if not all) of the thoughts and questions that we keep harboured in our minds. A highly recommended read for all - Sikhs and non Sikhs. QUOTATIONS FROM THE BOOK: We sometimes feel happy and satisfied with what little we offer to Guru Ji by way of a beautiful rumala. It is a good gesture. Sometimes we place a few dollars before Guru Ji as an offering. Guru Ji explains that this gesture is only the ABC of Gurmat. This is to say that, for maybe many years, some of us have not progressed beyond the stage of reading ABC. In other words, this is only the beginning of Gurmat. One great endeavour of all the Sikh Gurus was to pull back and reduce the importance of their physical selves in favour of the importance of worship of God, devotion to Him, remembrance of His Name - the things which are emphasized most in the contents of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji. Ultimately this reduction and withdrawal of physical selves was complete and Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji became the Guru containing all their teachings. The Lord only wants the offering(paytaa) of body and mind. Sometimes we surrender our body but keep the mind to ourselves. The mind does not surrender. Have you ever thought what would take place when we reach the end of our road? Well, the body will be burnt to ashes which will be scattered by the wind in four direction. We wouldn't know where the wind is going to deposit us finally. It would be much better if we could find some fire while we are still alive and burn our ego into ashes. This burning of our ego will lead us to the Lord's mansion. To be successful in both the material and spiritual worlds, it is extremely important for the mind to be powerful. In this spiritual field, the war with our mind is a lifelong process. Japji Sahib was composed by Sri Guru Nanak Sahib Ji. It is meant to be recited daily. It offers a spiritual remedy for all our ills. It is a highly inspired verse and the thoughts expressed therein are of eternal value and significance. Its recitation is useful in more than one way. It enables us to enjoy communion with God. It helps us to realize the Truth and thereby make our life more purposeful and contented. We realize our real selves. The recitation of Japji Sahib removes the delusions from our minds and sets us on the road to discover the eternal mind - the creator of the universe.
  10. Sadhsangat jee Vaheguru Jee Kaa Khalsaa Vaheguru Jee Kee Fateh Please take time out too read about the life of the perfect soul, 'gupt grnthee' of Sri Harmandir Sahib Jee Baba Shaam Singh Jee who served Sri Guru Raam Daas Sahib Jee for over seventy years http://www.gurmatparchar.com/#/baba-shaam-singh-jee/4575277976
  11. ਰਾਗੁ ਬੈਰਾੜੀ ਮਹਲਾ ੫ ਘਰੁ ੧ रागु बैराड़ी महला ५ घरु १ Rāg bairāṛī mėhlā 5 gẖar 1 Bairari Measure. 5th Guru. ੴ ਸਤਿਗੁਰ ਪ੍ਰਸਾਦਿ ॥ ੴ सतिगुर प्रसादि ॥ Ik▫oaʼnkār saṯgur parsāḏ. There is One God. By True Guru's grace is He obtained. ਸੰਤ ਜਨਾ ਮਿਲਿ ਹਰਿ ਜਸੁ ਗਾਇਓ ॥ संत जना मिलि हरि जसु गाइओ ॥ Sanṯ janā mil har jas gā▫i▫o. Associating with the pious persons, sing thou the Lord's praise. ਕੋਟਿ ਜਨਮ ਕੇ ਦੂਖ ਗਵਾਇਓ ॥੧॥ ਰਹਾਉ ॥ कोटि जनम के दूख गवाइओ ॥१॥ रहाउ ॥ Kot janam ke ḏūkẖ gavā▫i▫o. ||1|| rahā▫o. Thus shalt thou be rid of the pain of millions of births. Pause. ਜੋ ਚਾਹਤ ਸੋਈ ਮਨਿ ਪਾਇਓ ॥ जो चाहत सोई मनि पाइओ ॥ Jo cẖāhaṯ so▫ī man pā▫i▫o. What thy heart desires, that is like-wise obtained. ਕਰਿ ਕਿਰਪਾ ਹਰਿ ਨਾਮੁ ਦਿਵਾਇਓ ॥੧॥ करि किरपा हरि नामु दिवाइओ ॥१॥ Kar kirpā har nām divā▫i▫o. ||1|| In their mercy, the saints bless me with the God's Name. ਸਰਬ ਸੂਖ ਹਰਿ ਨਾਮਿ ਵਡਾਈ ॥ सरब सूख हरि नामि वडाई ॥ Sarab sūkẖ har nām vadā▫ī. All happiness and greatness abide in the Lord's Name. ਗੁਰ ਪ੍ਰਸਾਦਿ ਨਾਨਕ ਮਤਿ ਪਾਈ ॥੨॥੧॥੭॥ गुर प्रसादि नानक मति पाई ॥२॥१॥७॥ Gur parsāḏ Nānak maṯ pā▫ī. ||2||1||7|| By Guru's grace, Nanak, has obtained this understanding. SGGS Ang 720
  12. Here is a rare video of Sant Baba Waryam Singh Ji Ratwara Sahib describing how to do simran and the different stages
  13. must listen [01-ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ ਜਾਪੁ]Waheguru Jaap-Devigarh] (25.5.1:
  14. Baba Ji used to recite the prayer called Chandi di Vaar daily, as part of his Nitnem This is a prayer composed by the tenth Guru, describing a battle between demons and the Goddess called Chandi. It is usually recited by Sikhs during war. Many a time, a question would arise in his mind as to, how many times and at what time one should recite the prayer of Chandi di Vaar? Baba Ji asked many Saints and sadhus regarding this question, but could not get a satisfactory answer. One evening, at his room in the fields, after reciting the evening prayer of Rehras, Baba Ji went on to recite the prayer of Chandi di Vaar. After completing this prayer, he prepared to retire by saying his last prayer of Sohila. It was a moonlit night and the doors of the room in which he was sitting, were open. As he had just lain down, he noticed two men approaching at a short distance. Baba Ji thought to himself, that if these pedestrians were just travellers, he would offer them food and shelter for the night and if they were robbers, then he would challenge them in combat. No sooner had this thought entered his mind, than miraculously one of the Singh’s came beside him and grabbed his feet. The other one seized Baba Ji’s head and pinned him down onto the bed. Baba Ji used to tell us, “I was unable to move from the bed. A thought entered my mind that these two, who have moved faster than the speed of light in order to grasp me are neither robbers nor travellers. These two must be Shaheed Singhs (the immortal souls of Sikh martyrs). I began to recite the Mool mantar I had only uttered the Mool mantar twice when the Singh who held my head down, let go, followed by the second Singh who was holding my feet.” Baba Ji got up and the Shaheed Singh explained, “We did not come here to fight with or seize you, but to answer your question, regarding the correct time to recite the prayer of Chandi di Vaar. As you thought about offering us a fight, we came and immediately seized you, as we did.” The Shaheed Singh continued, “If you start reciting the prayer of Chandi di Vaar after sunset then, one must keep reciting it 64 continuously through the night until dawn. Two or more Singhs may take turns to recite this prayer through the night, it is all right to do so. One must sit upon a clean mat or bed, bathing before reciting the prayer. An oil lamp lit with clarified butter should be kept alight throughout the night. During the day, one can recite Chandi di Vaar as many times as one wants. There is no specific practice to reciting the prayer except that one reads the prayer with devotion and understanding.” After explaining these instructions, the Singh’s disappeared through the doors towards the direction they came from.
  15. Description Fight at Gurdwara Sahib Dukh Niwaran, Surrey BC Canada on June 3, 2015. Unlike the videos the anti-panthic people have posted, this one is NOT tampered with and is completely unedited. If you skip to 16:48 you will see the Sher-E Punjab 1550 loyalists start causing problems. 4 women and 6-7 men. (Please note that this radio station is completely against anything related to Gurmat. They have been causing problems for panthic-minded pracharaks for many years). For many days they had been doing nindia of Sant Baba Hari Singh Randhawa Wale on the radio. When callers would call in to say, "No, you are the ones who are wrong", they would cut the phone on them. They came to the Gurdwara Sahib right before Baba Ji’s katha, with a list of questions, and demanded that Baba Ji provide answers to them. They were told that after katha they would get the opportunity to sit with Baba Ji and he would answer all the questions that they had for him. The anti-panthic group agreed, however, in the darbar, IN GURU SAHIB’S HAZOORI, they began creating a commotion. These people have no respect for Guru Sahib. They interrupted the Dhadi Jatha, and during Baba Ji’s katha they just lost control and began acting like wild animals. Police had to enter the darbar with their shoes on to escort the troublemakers out. Even after the katha, during the QA session, they continued to cause drama. One of the ladies questioning Baba Ji would not even allow them to respond! They called in PTC news as well, who only took the input of the "feminazi" ladies. They ignored the rest of the sangat and Baba Ji. The ladies also pushed some elderly women from the sangat who had just come to listen to katha. On Shere-E Punjab 1550 radio that evening, the same ladies continued to spread venom and lied about the events that unfolded at the Gurdwara Sahib. When eye-witnesses would call in to reprimand them for lying and doing nindia, they would cut the phone on them. It is clear from the video that the anti-panthic media people only came to the Gurdwara to cause problems. They were not interested in receiving answers. They recruited a bunch of other "feminazi"-minded ladies to protest alongside them, using an old katha clipping of Baba Ji as an excuse to cause a commotion. Their actual target was Baba Ji because they are a student of the Damdami Taksal and are a Pro Dasam Granth Pracharik. Their only purpose was to give Panthic-minded Gursikhs, Sampradayas, and the Guru Ghar a bad name and decrease the Sharda of the general Sangat.
  16. Disrespectful to diamonds of the panth please report. https://m.facebook.com/pages/Stop-Sikh-Extremism/399956840168789
  17. http://www.ratwarasahib.com/ratwara/Multimedia/audio/Kirtan%20Deewans/01%20Sri%20Hazoor%20Sant%20Baba%20Isher%20Singh%20Ji%20Maharaj%20Rara%20Sahib/002%20Sewa%20Te%20Naam%20Di%20Mahima.mp3 http://www.ratwarasahib.com/ratwara/Multimedia/audio/Kirtan%20Deewans/02%20Sri%20Hazoor%20Sant%20Baba%20Waryam%20Singh%20Ji%20Maharaj%20Ratwara%20Sahib/Film%200095%20Bhai%20Bhagirath%20-%20Bhai%20Mansukh%20Lohre%20Vich%20Vol.%201.mp3 http://www.ratwarasahib.com/ratwara/Multimedia/audio/Kirtan%20Deewans/06%20Jathedar%20Sant%20Baba%20Mahinder%20Singh%20Ji%20%28Rara%20Sahib%29%20Jarg%20Sahib/011%20Kajal%20Raekh%20N%20Sehadhiaa%20Sae%20Pankhee%20Sooe%20Behith.mp3
  18. Baba Ajit Singh Ji Hansali .....art Work 2
  19. Waheguru Here is in audio version of the diary of Sant Baba Isher Singh Ji Rara Sahib, these are selections from the diary this is from gurbaniupdesh.org under audio book section Baba ji shares his thougts on the purpose of life, Naam Simran, Seva, and jugtis of simran. Roohani Marg 1 Roohani Marg 2 Roohani Marg 3
  20. Please find time and listen to all the Katha... What I'm talking about occurs at 2 hours and 5 minutes
  21. Wahegurujikakhalsawahegurujikifateh One time the sangat at Bengal did a benti to Sant Baba Sundar Singh Ji Bhindranwale to come over there and do parchar of this beautiful marg of Satguru Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji Maharaj. A Gurmat Smagam was held in Calcutta, West Bengal. A lot of sangat had gathered there to listen to the Gurmat Parchar of Mahapursh. Amongst the sangat there was a tantric Yogi. He had seen the huge crowds which had gathered and jealousy entered his mind. He began to think to himself that I have all the tantric powers in my hands. If I was to utter a spell and place it on this Mahapursh then all these people/sangat will begin to follow me. In this way as Santji was walking past the tantric Yogi, the yogi began to utter a spell and threw a copper wire at Santji. At the time the spell was uttered/thrown Santji was uttering Sri Mool Mantar Sahib Ji. As the pavan pavitar amrit bani of Maharaj was being uttered the spell bounced off Santji and fell upon the Yogi. Those who were present began to hear the Yogi scream in pain as his body began to burn. Just then Santji moved towards the Yogi and with his hand touched the Yogi and blessed him. As soon as Santji did this all the Yogi's pain and suffering ended and he was brought to the plane of peace. From that day everytime Santji used to go past that place the tantric yogi would stand up with his hands folded and head bowed towards Santji. One day some Singhs asked Santji why this Yogi who had never got up before or shown any respect to Santji had all of a sudden changed. Santji smiled and said this is the kirpa of Satguru Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji Maharaj. The Singhs began to say Santji you are keeping something from us, please do kirpa. Santji then began to explain what had happened. He said that this Yogi had made thousands follow him through his spells and intended to do the same to Santji and the sikh sangat. But he didn't know that Santji was one who recited Sri Mool Mantar Sahib Ji 24 hours a day. If someone tries to place a spell on one who recites Sri Mool Mantar Sahib it is like trying to throw something up into the sky - it's only going to come back in one direction. Akho Satnaam Sri Waheguru. Dhan Dhan Satguru Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji Maharaj. Guru Sahib Kirpa Karo especially in this day and age where many people try to use spells to take away our brothers and sisters. Loose translation from katha by Sant Avtar Singh Ji Wahegurujikakhalsawahegurujikifateh
  22. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Vaheguru Ji Ke Fateh! My question for sangat ji, is regarding the concept Sant Sipahi. Now i know that a sikh is to live their lives according to being a Sant (i.e incopperating the teachings Of Satguru Granths Sahib Ji, Piri) for the Atma, and to also live as Sipahi (i.e. incopperating the teachings of Sri Dasam Granth, and Sri Sarbloh Granth, Miri) to lives a warriors. Also seeing that being a Sant is also like being a Sipahi as you fight spiritually with one self against Maya as well as outside. But what other further depth is there regarding Sant Sipahi? And Also..... I have seen a few pictures of sant who do not adorn themselves with Kirpan, or any weaponary which may also hint that they are not shastardhari which is one of Satguru Gobind Singh Ji Hukam. So why donot wear a Kirpan? And Also When looking at the Mahapurakhs/Sants and the Nihangs i can see that there is a division as some have taken to become a Sipahi and some to become a Sant. Are we sikh not meant to be both rather than one? IMPORTANT NOTICE TO USERS. PLEASE DO NOT....WHAT SO EVER INSULT AND MAHAPURAKH, SANT, OR OTHER SIKH PERSONELS. I AM NOT CREATING THIS TOPIC TO INSULT ANY SANT, MAHAPURAKHS OR OTHER SIKH PERSONELS, I AM JUST AN UNEDUCATED HUMAN BEING WHO IS JUST ASKING A QUESTION. ALSO REMEMBER FOR EACH PERSON YOU INSULT, BACKBITE OR CURSE EACH ONE OF THIER SIN WILL BE PLACED ON YOUR HEAD SO NO ANTI- GURMAT BEHAVIOUR. THANK YOU BLAZINSIKH (INDERPAL SINGH)
  23. Waheguru Can someone please upload the maryada published by Gurmat Sidhant Parcharak Sant Samaj or where i can get it from Waheguru