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Wageguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

Finally it is here....

Please download the whole book to Learn Kirtan.

See below an example of the Harmonium Notations.

Details: Size: 85MB, Total Shabads: Over 45 with Harmonium Notations (including Aarti in famous regular tune)

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Please use the Below given Keyboard reference while playing shabads.

Remember to Learn Kirtan- Teach Kirtan.

Kind Request: If you are a member of other sikhi forums, can you please make this post available on them as well. This will be highly appreciated.

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

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I LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE YOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOU BHAI SAHIB!!!!!!!!

No.. really.. you're great :D

and i mean this in a "no homo" way... lol

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Thank you so much for posting this!!! I have been wanting to learn keertan for ages but never had a teacher.. now I can learn by myself :D :)

This will keep me busy for the next few months lol :p

Keep more coming... could you maybe post shabad notations for Keertan done by Bhai Manjit Singh Glasgow or Bhai Navreet Singh... i love both of them!! :D

Thanks again

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wjkk wjkf

just curious, any one learnt any shabad tune from here? so that I can put some more with videos...

wjkk wjkf

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wjkk wjkf

just curious, any one learnt any shabad tune from here? so that I can put some more with videos...

wjkk wjkf

plz veer ji post some videos...bcz its very tough for beginners to understand written shabad notations....

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WJKK WJKF

just brought a new harmonium this summer. However i still havent began to learn how to play any Shabads. then i saw this link and was really pleased. But the download wont work as the website is not working anymore. Can someone help please,,i really would appreciate.

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Waheguru Ji KA kHalsa

Whageuru JI KI fateh g

i have it stored

pm me ur screenname n i will try to send it :)

Waheguru Ji ka Khalsa

Waheguru Ji KI Fateh

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veer ji

wahegur ji ka khalsa waheguru ji ki fateh

i tried downloading the link for learning kirtan but i was not able to...

pls if u cn hrlp....

wahegur ji ka khalsa waheguru ji ki fateh

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WJKK WJKF

just brought a new harmonium this summer. However i still havent began to learn how to play any Shabads. then i saw this link and was really pleased. But the download wont work as the website is not working anymore. Can someone help please,,i really would appreciate.

If you wanna learn how to play shabads why not learn the instrument the shabads were actually designed for ; the Rabab ? rather than the modern instrument called the harmonium that was placed in the Sikh gurdwaras relatively recently and belongs more in the French countryside than a Sikh Punjabi gurdwara.

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(including Aarti in famous regular tune)[/color]

In My Opinion,

Aarti Should be Sung in Raag Dhanaasari; Where The Sri Shabad Is In Raag Dhanasaree. It is Very Beautiful.

http://uploading.com...ree%2BRaga.mp3/

Dr. Gurnaam Singh.

DhanaasariMehla1Aartee

EkOangkaarSatgurPrsaad

Sri Ang 663

After each Stanza, the Rahou Pangtee Should be Sung in Full. But this is The Mood of How Aartee in Raag Dhanasaree Should be Sung Everywhere!

(Kindly No Nindya of the Keertani. I am Sharing Gurmat Raag Keertan).

Dhan Dhan Gurus' Raags!!!!!! Dhan Dhan Gurus' Instruments!!!!!

I Am Hopeful The New Generation Chardi Kala RehitVaan NishKhaam Gursikh Khalsa All Over The World Will Bring Back The Glory of Gurmat Keertan!! In Chardi Kala!!!!! I Know It!! We Can Listen to the Melodies of The Raags; Get in Touch with The Emotions and Feelings of The Raag; and Then Sing in Gurmat Raag!!! We do not need 'actual teachers' in this Multi-Media Age!! We Can All Do it From Home!!!!!

The Main Cause of ALL problems in the Panth is that the Raags (moods, emotions, feelings) of the Entire Panth is Messed Up! Everything is Taken Out of Context! Even the Sri Shabads! This is Done Through Music! Through Melody! You can Sing a Shabad that is Suppose to be in a Peaceful Mood and Make into 'Disco, Battle-War, Techno, Bollywood, whatever!' and it Changes the Context! That is What has Happened to the Panth! We Are NOT imbued in the Emotions, Feelings, Moods; Raags of the Guru!

Want Chardi Kala of Panth?!?!? Bring Back Gurmat Raag Keertan in Chardi Kala!!!!!

Chardi Kala!!!!!

Dhan Dhan Sri GuruGranth Sahib Ji!!!!!

Dhan Dhan Dasam Patshah Bani!!!!!

Dhan Dhan RehitVaan Panj Pyaheh, Khande-Pahul Amrit, and Khalsa Rehit!!!!!

Dhan Dhan Bhai Gurdas Ji Bani!!!!!

Dhan Dhan Bhai Nand Lal Singh Bani!!!!!

Dhan Dhan Bhai Gurdas Singh Bani!!!!!

Dhan Dhan Bani in the Palace of Guru Gobind Singh Ji!!!!!

Dhan Dhan Gurus' Raags!!!!! Dhan Dhan Gurus' Instruments!!!!!

Dhan Dhan Simran!!!!! Dhan Dhan NishKhaam Seva!!!!! Dhan Dhan AmritVela!!!!!

Dhan Dhan Guru!!!!! Dhan Dhan Guru Pyareh!!!!!

BTW the Harmonium Should Be Nicely Placed in a FirePlace. Then Lovingly Burnt; NEVER TO RISE AGAIN!!!! LOL!!! Tat Gurmat Instruments from Guru Nanak to Guru Gobind Singh Ji Which Were Blessed to Khalsa Will Rise Again!!!!! Chardi Kala!!!!!

up uppPP…and AwaaaaaaaaaaaY!!! LOL!!

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