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40 Day Sukhmani Sahib Ji Paath

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you can do it any time. any paath can be done during periods.

the best time to do sukhmani sahib is when its quiet and the mind is naturally focused. for most people its the morning and evening time. morning may be better as sometimes things come up during the day which might interfere.

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Guest Priytama Kaur

I have a question, when do we do Dukh Bhanjani Sahib?? I start doing few weeks before also start going to Gurdwara for 40 days. On my way I listen to Ek Onkar kirtan for 108 times. Am I doing right or I should do Sukhmani Sahib instead Dukhmani Sahib. Please help....I am feeling very good going to Gurdwara I am going to miss after 40 days. I am not taking any meats and liquor these days.

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Guest kaur

waheguru ji ka khalsa waheguru ji ki fateh, i m in problem that i am a student,for the last three years i recite 40 days baani sri Sukhmani sahib every year for my exams and i got success with God's grace.but this is my final year ,i started doing paath , i recited for 5 days then i fell sick,then i was not able to do paath ,now my exams are near i had a busy schedule,i am not able to complete 40 days paath,i feel insecure sometimes please help me.

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Guest jkaur

Dear God doesnt look at the number of paath you do. Even by saying Waheguru once with bharosa God can give you victory. Do as many as you can with Bharosa you will pass all your exams.

My aunt started the 40 day paath as soon as she did her first paath...Waheguru fulfilled her want...just do Paath with bharosa.

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Guest Kiran

Wageguru ji ka Khalsa waheguru ji ki fateh,

Hanji pyari sadh sangat ji ,Mera swal eh hai ki Shri sukhmani sahib ji da path krn lyi har roz keshi esnan (hair wash ) krne jaroori aa

Te sukh sukh k path kran di ki vidhi aa plz jaroor dasna. Waheguru ji ka Khalsa waheguru ji ki fateh.

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Guest k.s

Chaleesas are great to get used to a daily timetable. There's no specific path for specific things. As long as you do ardas with full shardha it will be fulfilled. Personally the best time I would recommend is early morning but every time is fine.

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Guest A. Singh

Hello Everyone!

please help me with my confusion!

i do not eat non vegetarian food but sometimes i do have some things like cookies or cakes that might have eggs in them,

should i refrain from them on the day i do Sukhmani Saab Path

Thank you every on this forum for help!

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Guest Komal

I dnt knw the meaning of certain phrases....also my religion is different. Shd i recite the hyms of Sukhmani Sahib g? My other question is do i have to complete full paath every day or only one ashthapadi per day? Also what is the good time pray either morning or evening? And shd i recite the hyms in my prbl days..( this is the most important question)......plz do reply because i desperately need answers:-)

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Guest vsingh

waheguru g ka khalsa waheguru g ki fateh g.. I want to know that while doing sukhmani sahib path , is it mandatory to complete in one siting. yesterday I was not able to do it in one siting. did in two parts with two hours gap. will that wont be ok.. I was going for 40 days.. other than this I do nitnem daily..please guide about sukhmani sahib

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Guest AMIT

I dnt knw the meaning of certain phrases....also my religion is different. Shd i recite the hyms of Sukhmani Sahib g? My other question is do i have to complete full paath every day or only one ashthapadi per day? Also what is the good time pray either morning or evening? And shd i recite the hyms in my prbl days..( this is the most important question)......plz do reply because i desperately need answers:-)

waheguruji ka khalsa waheguruji ki fateh,

for full PDF/ KINDLE/IPHONE VERSION ( WITHOUT TRANSLATION)TRY THIS ONE

https://archive.org/details/HindiBook-sukhmaniSahib.pdf

for full translation try this book in hindi

https://agyaatdarshan.wordpress.com/2011/10/13/a-book-written-by-shri-gs-sharma-on-sukhmani-sahib/

also try this link for starting 8 aashta padis

http://www.mudraa.com/trading/47054/0/sukmani-sahib-with-meaning-in-hindi-recitation-for-peace-and-prosperity.html

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Guest Ruchika

Satsriakaal,

i would like to ask can we do sukhmani sahibji path without covering our head. why m asking coz m working lady and i have downloaded path in pdf format in my system and whenever i am free in office i read 1 2 astpadi. so it is ok???

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