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Jap Ji Sahib Santhya Done By Bhagat Jaswant Singh Jee Khalsa

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Waheguru Jee Ka Khalsa Waheguru Jee Kee Fateh!

Sadh Sangat Jee,

Daas has uploaded a pdf file of Jap Ji Sahib vishraams and shud ucharan of gurbani done by Bhagat Jaswant Singh Jee 'Khalsa'. As you will see in the pdf for Jap Ji Sahib there are bishraams and side notes that tell you how to pronounce gurbani in the correct way, and it is BENTI to sadh sangat that if you want to make your ucharan shud for jap ji sahib that you also LISTEN to the recording for jap ji sahib done by Bhagat Jaswant Singh Jee (click here) WHILE VIEWING the pdf for Jap Ji Sahib.

Also, the seva for bishraams and shud ucharan has also been done for Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee Mahraj along with an RECORDING so that sangat can listen to the correct pronounciation of gurbani while reading along with recording. Bhagat Jee is still working on this muhan seva and is planning to release it to the sangat worldwide for free in september 2010.

Also if the sangat wants to learn the correct pronounciation of gurbani i would HIGHLY recommend doing Bal Updesh 5 times ALONG with the recording (Bal Updesh)

Just for the sangats Knowledge Bhagat Jaswant Singh has taught santhya to many famous gursikhs such as Bhai Jarnail Singh(damdami taksal wale) Sant Baba Raam Singh Ji(damdami taksal wale) and Giani Takur Singh Ji(patiala wale) and many other gursikh from the taksal.

The Sangat can read about the ongoing seva on their website www.gursevak.com

please spread the word about this amazing seva.....

Waheguru Jee Kaa Khalsa Waheguru Jee Kee Fateh!

Japuji Sahib.pdf

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