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The story of Bhagat Dhru is mentioned many times in Gurbani. Here we go through the story taking reference from the 10th Vaar of Bhai Gurdass Vaaran where he goes through the lives of many of the Bhagats.

A must watch video, we can sometimes get so caught up in techniques of how to meditate on Vaheguru that we forget who we are actually meditating on! Taking inspiration from the innocence of Bhagat Dhru is something that will help us all on the path of Sikhi.

ਰਾਮ ਜਪਉ ਜੀਅ ਐਸੇ ਐਸੇ ॥

राम जपउ जीअ ऐसे ऐसे ॥

Rām japa▫o jī▫a aise aise.

O my soul, remember the Lord like,

SGGS Ang 337

?? Dhan Bhagat Kabir ji

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