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What would be the best Baani/Paat for War?

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Jaap Sahib chands and chandi di // and i m sure there are enough banis from sri sarbloh granth as well full of bir ras..i m sure other members can shed some light in sri sarbloh granth banis with full bir ras.!!

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Baba deep Singh had 11 chakkars,4 Khande, one Kirpan in his Dumalla, one Tega, two Kattars, one pistol, two Kards, One Farsa, one jamdarh, large gajgah and his 27 Kgs Khanda always in his kamarkasa! It weighed around 50 Kgs! But to have this much Sarabloh on his body and still stay Shaant was his unique quality. For this his daily Nitnem was, 110 japji Sahibs, 51 jaap Sahibs,5 Sukhmani Sahibs,21 Chandi di vaar(with Uggardanti) and nitnem of Das Granthi. All this used to take him around 12 hours, from 1 at amrit vela to 1 in afternoon, but this Brahmgiani son of Guru was always tyar bar tyar again afterwards, holding santhya and Shastarvidya Akhada in evening. He slept for just an hour, that also to fulfil nitnem of Kirtan Sohila! Akaaaaaaaall!''

That is a true guru the Sikh warrior.

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plz read chandi di war with your nitnem , and if you want more then read chandi charriters, all dasam granth bani with full of bir rass, so you can also read bachitter natak

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Stick with your nitnem, add in some dasam baanni like jaap sahib, chandi di vaar, akaal ustat, etc,

Do multiple Japji Sahib, sukhmani sahibs

Oh yes, do a lot of simran abhiaas and keep your mind suchet and aware,

VJKK VJKF

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Before doing Chandi Di Vaar, keep in mind that there is a certain rehat to follow for that particular baani. There's a story that two shaheed Singhs visited Sant Baba Harnaam Singh Ji to firm Baba Ji's views on this baani. They explained that if Chandi Di Vaar is recited after the sunset, then it must be continued all night non-stop. It is alright for two or more Singhs to do it in turn. If an individual can recite it all night then that is alright as well. A clean cloth should be spread underneath where you're sitting and you must have your bath first. An oil lamp (dhesi ghior dee joth) should be lit. Your bastars (clothes) should be completely suchet (clean) and you should have keshi ishnaan done. During the day, the baani can be recited as much as you want but with absolute love and devotion.

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