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Anmol Bachans - Precious Words By Saints

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Khalsa Ji,

Some are of the opinion that "Sant" or "Sadh", in SGGS Maharajh, only refers to Guru Sahiban, and no one else.

It's a sad shame that, we as Sikhs, consider SGGS incapable of producing Sant avasta. It's a shame that we consider our Guru to be limited, in powers.

We, as sikhs, believe IN Guru Granth Sahib; it's a shame that we don't believe in it's pwer....

Waheguru.......

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Khalsa Ji,

Some are of the opinion that "Sant" or "Sadh", in SGGS Maharajh, only refers to Guru Sahiban, and no one else.

It's a sad shame that, we as Sikhs, consider SGGS incapable of producing Sant avasta. It's a shame that we consider our Guru to be limited, in powers.

We, as sikhs, believe IN Guru Granth Sahib; it's a shame that we don't believe in it's pwer....

Waheguru.......

You clearly are a 'sant' follower. Why bother putting faith on a human when guru told us not to follow dehdaris. Only sant is used for guru sahib and nobody else.

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You clearly are a 'sant' follower. Why bother putting faith on a human when guru told us not to follow dehdaris. Only sant is used for guru sahib and nobody else.

Brother no one here believes in Dehdhari Gurus. People just sharing Bachans of great Gursikhs of the past.

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^^^ Waheguru ji, you don't need to give explanations to anyone. It's everone's their own level of spirituality and Guru sahib's kirpa.



Those who have problems with sants or sant followers, please refrain from this thread. This is a humble request.


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Sant Sujan Singh ji keertaniye Dhan Dhan Baba Nand Singh ji:-

"Sangat vich aawe, pyaar naal aawe, khali nai rehnda, laag jaroor lagdi hai. Te je kuch na mange, ta pher punn vad-de vad-de ede prabal ho jande han ke saayi aap chal ke aunda hai"

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Giani Pinderpal Singh ji:-

"Ik gal yaad rakheyo, "roohaniyat" nu budhi de tal(level) te kadi na leke jaayeyo, budhi de tal te nikle hoye shabad tarak paida karde ne te shardha te aatma de tal ton nikle hoye bol parmatama di dargaah vich kabool kra dinde ne"

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refererence: The Radiance of complete journey to Akaal Purkh
chapter- Sant baba Aiya Singh Hoti Mardan giving divine sermons( on love) to Sant baba jawala Singh Ji.

What is love?

Love: Love is the divine law. It will win where reason fails.
God is love and love is God.

It is to surrender one's self to the beloved and giving away own heart and moving like a bewildered person. If you want to know about love, then ask love itself. Do not ask anybody else, he will not answer !. Only love knows how to describe itself lovely. It will explain pretty well what it is. True love means to give up possession or self. Until ego is renounced no one can find that path of love. Cleanse your heart, like a mirror(glass) clear and simple. So long heart has imprints of lust one cannot see the face of love. Love gives life to humans, true love negates greed, Kabir sahib says: Everybody talks about love, yet no one expereinces love. Only such a person knows love, as remains, imbided in it day and night. If love came and gone, everybody saw it but if one cries now then laughs next moment, it is not love.

Shalok Mohalla 4 (p-301)

My body and mind are ever imbued with my lord's love,
Be though merciful, O god, that I Abide in Guru's peace. (1)

God's love grants such a high vision that to even a helpless that he does not care about the kings(Master of corwn) and throne, lover weaves gorgeous clothes like attish and kim khwab with the blood of his heart and spreads under the feet of his beloved. Only lover can help someone to reach God's court and attaining to such a position is real ascention to God's place(Heaven). If you want to read the true story of ascention of love then look at the face of some true lover. From his face, one can have the glimplse of love. In love, Gardens of happiness bloom in heart's blood. Lovers are always absorbed in God's love. On this path several mansoors turn down worldy honours and choose to kiss the crucifixion instead. How can one gain the wealth of divine love? Without guide's instruction it is not possible. Only some one with large heart can win this with God's grace. How to recognise love? If you find someone lost in despair and disheartned he is deviod of love. He does not belong to the realm of love. Even though studded with thorns, a lover is always happy like some body in garden in spring. Find not such a one lonely because he is always in God's embrace. Should I offer Nimaz (Muslim prayer) or look in your way? How can I visit kahba (God's place in holy mecca)

Bulleh shah

The Nimaz of memories lie in bowing down before God and lovers Nimaz in forgetting one's body.

Ablution of memories is in washing hands and feet but lover's ablution is washing hands off the world. Unless you take your hands off the worldy tempations do not remember God because without Wuzzo, Nimaz is not acceptable in Islamic Code(Shria).

Having delivered such lovely sermon, sahib siri baba aiya singh ji hoti mardan waley threw glance towards the sipahi(jawala singh). Lover had filled his goblet of heart with love..tears of joy began to role down his face and his head tilted towards baba ji's feet. Eyes of mind became Ganga-Jamuna and he washed baba ji's feet with tears. It was like his own heart cleaned up.. his forehead got blessed with baba ji's feet touch. The way of love began to rise in his heart and his tongue un-intentionally moved in meditation. Glands of knowledge opened up. Heart began to feel coolness of love. Light flashed up. Six close cycles(chakars) turned up. Petals blossomed up. Unstruck melodies became aloud. All hair turned into tongues and every single hair changed into divine word. He began to realise all around. Baba Aya Singh Ji merged jawala singh ji into sargun-nirgun. There was flood of light all around. Having done this miracle, Baba Ji again came into being and turned jawala singh to an saint. He lifted him from his feet, took him in embrace and asked, "Now tell me, do you know me or not? "Jawala Singh began to weep in low and said, "By your grace, I have come to know of my real self. I am thankful to you I have realised that I have been your servant since many births. You are my mentor(Murshid). Then Baba Jawala Singh became silent. Baba Aya Singh Ji thus turned sipahi into saint and blended him into his own being.

Grace of Give commandmends given by Baba Ji:

1. Remember God breath by breath
2. Never be egoist.
3. Keep company of those detached from the world.
4. Do not Beg.
5. Be aloof.

Sant jawala Singh Ji listened to the commandments and dutyfully observed all throughout life

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Sant Baba Balwant Singh ji Tandewale:-



Jini vi sangat aayi hai, saareyan nu das deo ke jado Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji da parkash howe, kise vi vyaktigat nu matha tekna bahut vadi bhul hai. Ejehi galti zindgi ch na karna.



Kaaran/Reason - jadon koi sade pind vich sir-kadh banda aunda, ta ansi onu kursi dinde a. Par jadon koi ilaake da vada banda aunda hai, ta pehla banda kharha ho janda hai te usnu kursi dinde haan. Te jadon DSP aunda hai ta odon thaanedar khade hunde han. Jadon SP aunde ne, odon DSP kharhe hunde ne. Jadon koi minister aunda ta SP/DC sare kharhe hunde ne. Jadon Prime minister aunda hai ta dooje mantri apnia kursia ton kharhe ho jande ne. Jadon President aunda hai ta prime minister nu usda satkar karna painda hai. Is layi sari srishti da maalak/president Sri Guru Granth sahib ji han. Aaapan ena da hukum man-na hai, aageya man-ni hai. Unjh bhawein jehre waheguru naal pyar karde han oh naturally poojan jog hunde han, kyon..... " Jina Nanak satguru poojeya, tin har pooj krawa".


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Sant Baba Balwant Singh ji Tandewale:-

"Ansi rogi a. Rog de kaaran sadi surat nai jurhdi. Rod ge kaaran sada gurbani naal pyar nahin. Ansi kehnde jaroor han par kar ni rahe, kathni hai karni nahin, eh maarag karni da hai......... Bani/path/nitnem karan to pehla ik kasam khao ke mar beshak jaaoon, cheereya jaaon, kuteya jaaon, kateya jaaoon, par mein apni zubaan naal kise di ninda nahin karni"

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Bhai Guriqbal Singh ji Kaulsarwale:- "Jis bande nu kise brahmgyani mahapurkh te tarak, ninda, shanka aa jawe, us bande di 6 saal di kiti kamai-bhagti waste/ ruin ho jandi hai"

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Sant Baba Balwant Singh ji Tandewale:- 3 Bachans

1. Je kise da bhala nahin kar sakde, bura na karo

2. Je punn nai hunda, ta paap vi na kareya karo

3. Sabhton vadi bhagti, koi mandir jaye, koi masjid jaye, kise nu roko na te apna rasta shado na

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Sant Baba Balwant Singh ji Tandewale:-

Apni dhee da vyaah karan vele 6 galan da khyaal rakho, jehra ena 6 cheezan da khyaal ni rakhda, usdi ladki hamesha dukhi rahoo:-

Aasa, isht, upasna, khaan, paan, pehraan

1. Umar

2. Humkhyaal - Jis ghar vich aurat marad de khyala ch farak hai, duniya ch uston vada narak koi nahin.

3. Asha -Goal ik howe - rab nu milan da

4. Guru ik howe

5. Pehnana ralda howe

6. Khana ralda howe

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Sant Ranjit Singh ji Dhadriawale:-

"Sare kehnde nu tu sanu mann, sade kol aa, tenu putar deange, sohne mehal munare deange, paisa deanhe- koi kami nahi rahegi par mere Dhan dhan sache paatshah Guru Gobind Singh Sahib ji kehnde han ke aa sikha tenu dasaa, tenu dikhawa putra to bina, mehal munarea to bina, aisho-aaram to bina kiwein raheya janda hai"

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Sant Baba Gurdial Singh ji Tandewale:-

" Jis pal isnu maut da anubhav ho jana, us pal isde ander dharam da janam ho jana"

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