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Anmol Bachans - Precious Words By Saints

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Bhai Raghbir Singh Bir from Bandginama (page# 8): -

"Abheyaas vich dekhda haan ke kartaar di ans hon karke, mein "jot" haan, "chaanan" haan ate jiwein chaanan de saamne hanere di koi hasti nahin, unvein mere saamne, meriaan kamzoriaan, meriaan oontaayiaan di koi hasti nahin."

I see in meditation that being a part of God, I am "light" and like the darkness has no individuality in front of light, my flaws and weaknesses have no entity in front of me.

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Sant Attar Singh ji Mastuana Sahib:-

"Ridhi Sidhi koi cheez nahin, aatam-pad is ton bahut age hai"

Miraculous powers are nothing, spirituality is way beyond it.

"Sewa bagair mann vich nimrata, gareebi nahin aundi"

Humility and Modesty doesn't emerge in mind without the service of God and his creation.

"Nitnem har roz karna chahida hia, nitnem sikhi di poonji hai, daulat ate jayedaad hai"

Daily prayers (Nitnem) are the capital and property of Sikhism.

"Naam japna prani maater da mukh dharam hai"

To enchant God's name is the main religion/job of human beings.

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Sant Baba Gurdev Singh ji Nanaksarwale:-

"Maa bache si sabhton pehli guru hai, oh jis tara da chahe bache nu bana sakdi hai."

"Mother is the first teacher of child, she can make the child what she wants"

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Sant Baba Attar Singh ji Mastuana Sahib:



"Rasna naal naam simran, akaal purkh di ustat karni chahidi hai ate is rasna naal kise nu bura-bhala nahin kehna chahida ya vvar-sraap nahin dena chahida"



"Jadon langar sanjha ho jawega, odon shanti vas jawegi ate desh sukhi vasega"



"Sareer shamshaan ghat ate mann bhagwaan de ghaat le ke jana hai"



"Deewan vich Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji di hajoori vich behas, mubahsa/khichotaan nahin karni chahidi"



"Bhaane vich rehna ate hukum manana hi gursikhi hai. Jo akaal purkh kar reha hai, oh theek hai. Usdi raza vich hi sukh hai"


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Sant Baba Waryam Singh ji Ratwara Sahib:-

"Koi darr ni aayega, koi ghaata ni aayega, waheguru naal dosti paalo. "Ik Sajan Sabh Sajan Ik Vairi Sabh Vaad"

If you make God, your freind, you won't face any fear or loss. If God is your freind, everyone will become your freind automatically.

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Nindo Nindo moko log nindo.

Slander me, slander me, go ahead people slander me.

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Sant Baba Attar Singh ji Mastuana Sahib:-

"Jadon tak drishtmaan da moh nahin tutda, odon tak nirakaar vich birti nahin jaandi ate akaal purkh vich abhed nahin ho sakda".

"Guru da shabd hi guru de charan han"

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Sant Baba Isher Singh ji Rarha Sahib (From - Ishwar Amolak Ratan):-

"Prabhu prapati layi kite videsh ya pahaarha vich jana nahin painda balke usnu apne ander hi khojna painda hai. Waheguru roopi vastu har shareer de ander hi biraajmaan hai, par usdi dhoond man di shudhi ate ikaagarta bina nahin ho sakdi, ta te "Purity & Concentration of Mind" zaroori hai, jo ke Guru-sewa ate waheguru-bhagti duara hi hundi hai. Aur sewa-bhagti, mahapurkh guru di sharan vich aake hi hoeya kardi hai. Aur Guru sharan, sadh-sangat prapat howe, tad hi hundi hai. Satsangat vade bhaagaan naal prapat hoeya kardi hai.

"Vadbhaagi saadhsang prapat, tin bhetat durmat khoyi"

"Bin bhagaan satsang na labhei, bin sangat meil bharijei jeeyo"

Ta te lakh chaurasi jonia vichon manukh sareer durlabh hai, ta te jad satsang prapat ho jawe, ta parmaarth da rasta sulabh (easy) ho jaya karda hai aur sat-purkha di sangat duara prabhu prapati saukhi hi prapat ho jaya kardi hai."

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Sant Baba Waryam Singh ji Ratwara Sahib:-

"Naam te Naami vich farak nahin hai, oh waheguru di shakti naal waheguru de jurhi hoyi sare paripuran hai"

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Sant Sewa Singh ji Rampurkherha:-

"Jisnu vi prabhu vich abhed hon di laalsa hai, usnu satguru naal bachan-badhatta karke, hukum anusaar chalna hi pawega"

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Sant Baba Waryam Singh ji Ratwara Sahib:-

"Kewal sansar de ander ik Guru hai, jisda darja Waheguru de brabar hoeya karda hai, Guru te Parmeshar vich koi farak nahi hoeya karda -

Samund virol sareer hum dekheya, ik vasat anuup dikhayi,

Gur Govind Govind Guru hai, Nanak bhed n bhai

Je ta Guru mil jaye is sansar ander fer ta sabh kujh khat geya, je Guru nahin mileya ta fer isda haal bura hai. Kewal Guru vich hi eh shakti hai ke aapni Maya vichon aap hi taar lenda hai. Waheguru Nirgun hai ate Guru waheguru da sargun saroop hai.

Gur parmesar ek hai, sabh meh raheya smaaye"

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Aao Ji Tu Aao Hamaare – By Dharmi:-

One day a man and a woman visited sahib shree guru gobind singh ji maharaaj.Guru sahib was very happily talking with both of them .And then maharaj ji told to prepare amrit .
Amrit was prepared and both of them had a amrit shakk.Both of them were very happy and thanked guru sahib for amrit sanchaar.
After this guru sahib said bhai daya singh ji to go with them to a little distance after which they themself will go back .
So following order bhai daya singh ji went with them and then both of them said gurfateh and were alop ( to use spiritual power to move to different places).
Bhai daya singh ji and other singhs did benti to maharaj to tell who they were as firstly , a special amrit sanchaar was organised Secondly , both of them were alop
Guru gobind singh jee said the man was Bhagat kabir and woman was Mata loee.

http://www.sikhsangat.com/index.php?/topic/72413-aao-ji-tu-aao-hamaare/

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Sant Baba Gurdial Singh ji Tandewale on Guru Sahib's birad:-

"Baahein jina di pakrhiye, sir deeje, baanhe na shorhiye"

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Sant Harnam Singh ji Rampurkherha used to do ardas before eating food along with the this salok from Sukhmani Sahib "Kaam Krodh or lobh moh binas jaaye ahamev, Nanak prebh sarnagati kar parsad gurdev"

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Mann ripp jeeta; sabh ripp jeeta.

If the Mann matt is alive; all enemies are alive.

Mann ripp jeeta; sabh ripp jeeta

If the Mann is conquered; all enemies are conquered...

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Sant Baba Balwant Singh Ji Urmur Tandewale:-

Sangat asked mahapurkh ji ke bande de vas vich ki hai? Mahapurkh ji replied, "Aadmi de vas ch ena hi hai ke oh kothe ton charhke shaal maar sakda."

Meaning: Everything is in God's hand.

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Padh padh alam faazal banya, kadhi apne aap noo padhya nahi....

We have read books and become scholars; regrettably we don't read ourselves.

How many times a day, do we entertain: Kaam, krodh, lobh, moh, and ahankar. By entertaining these 5, we have moulded our next pitiful life...

Waheguru...

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Maali da Kam paani dehna, bhar bhar mashka deveh; Malik da Kam phall phull lona; laveh ja na laveh....

It is the duty of the Gardner, to water the plants; it is upto mother nature, whether they yield flowers and fruit....

Khalsa Ji, it is our duty to water our minds with Gurbani; when and where, we become liberated from Kaam/krodh/lobh/moh/ahankar, is in the hands of Satnam Waheguru....

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A child who is young and who takes Amrit young and keep all the Rehat is a true Brahmgiani. Sant Singh Maskeen Ji

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Guru Manayo Granth by our only true saint/Guru (Guru Gobind singh Ji)

Saint refers only to guru no one else we do not need to follow any words from dehdaris.

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Dhan Dhan Baba Nand Singh ji :-

Sikh nu hamesha gareebi, nimrata te bhao wale shabad parhne chahide ne. Baba ji never in his life let anyone do shabad keertan of shabads of sadhu mahima. He used to say "ke mata eh mann apne aap nu sadhu samjhan lag jaaye, is mann da koi pata nahin"

Once Baba ji was about to eat the first "graahi" of parshada, one keertaniya strated shabad "rukhi sukhi khaye ke, thanda paani pee. Dhan Dhan Baba Nand Singh ji put the parshada back on plate and said Isher thanda paani leya. Dhan Dhan Baba Nand Singh ji maharaaj

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Sant Baba Gurdial Singh ji Tandewale:-

"Kai lokan nu baut problem hundi a ke mahapurkha nu "maharaaj" kyon kea janda hai, oh is layi kyonki ona ne apne ander mahan raaj chupaaye hunde ne"

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