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Can we do Japji sahib at any time of the day(or just morning).

 

how about other bani? 

Chaupai Sahib

I understand Rehras is in the evening and Kirtan Sohila just before bed time.

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Bhaji,

Recite Japji sahib whenever you can. If you can do it throughout the day then so much the better, the more the better.

Same with Chaupai Sahib, the more the better and whenever you can.

Try Chaupai Sahib from Akal Ustat - Pranvoe adhe ekonkara . . . . . . .  Only take a few minutes to recite and you can do dozens at a time , all day :-)

Bani can be recited at any time, any breath that is exhaled without Waheguru on it is a waster breath. Rehras Sahib, Kirtan Sohila, Asa Di Vaar have set times and are normally recited at the proscribed times and most bani you can recite all the time. If you can do ten Japji Sahibs a day that would take your spirituality to another level. 

 

 

 

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Anytime is ok, but if you are reciting Japji Jaap Swaiya Chaupai and Anand Sahib at the night and doing Kirtan Sohila when you get-up and Rehras before breakfast; there is clearly going to be a problem.

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On Tuesday, April 04, 2017 at 10:23 PM, Jacfsing2 said:

Anytime is ok, but if you are reciting Japji Jaap Swaiya Chaupaiisand Anand Sahib at the night and doing Kirtan Sohila whefreshern you get-up and Rehras before breakfast; there is clearly going to be a problem.

Rehraas Is specifically for the evening... when It says jin dhin karke kiti raat... khasam visare te kamjaat. Morning banis are longer than the evening ones as the mind Is fresher In the morning.

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