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I thought it would be beneficial if I started a thread where everyone could share sakhi's and kirtan. It is important that we know sakhi's and we listen to kirtan. Not only will it benefit everyone else but it will benefit us, we will get closer to Guruji.

So everyone please do feel free to share any kirtan or sakhi's on this thread.

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I found this shabad on YouTube... so beautiful.... love it listened to it for ages yesterday.

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On 17/11/2017 at 4:43 PM, Guest Kaur 2 said:

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The josh (energy) is amazing... Wow. :waheguru:

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Todays Amrit Sanchar Panj pyare had so much beautiful Raas and josh too in all the banis 

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Has anyone heard any Dasam Bani in kirtan form and in classical raag? (Ideally by Bhai Balbir Singh Ji) I need some more to download because I only have about 4. I am looking for more like this:

I need some more like this because I can just FEEL the bir ras in it and the raag is so beautiful. Please help daas. Talking about this shabad the words are so hard to say but I think that the more the you do it it grows on you. Listen to it, it is just overflowing with bir ras. Please post on this thread. Thanks!!! :p

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9 hours ago, Guest Kaur 2 said:

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Has anyone heard any Dasam Bani in kirtan form and in classical raag? (Ideally by Bhai Balbir Singh Ji) I need some more to download because I only have about 4. I am looking for more like this:

I need some more like this because I can just FEEL the bir ras in it and the raag is so beautiful. Please help daas. Talking about this shabad the words are so hard to say but I think that the more the you do it it grows on you. Listen to it, it is just overflowing with bir ras. Please post on this thread. Thanks!!! :p

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Bhai Inderjit Singh ji:

BHai Balbir SIngh ji chandi di vaar:

BHai Balbir SIngh ji Sada jai sada jai Bhagouti:

Mate matagang jare jar sangang:

veer Zora Singh ji:

 

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8 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

Bhai Inderjit Singh ji:

BHai Balbir SIngh ji chandi di vaar:

BHai Balbir SIngh ji Sada jai sada jai Bhagouti:

Mate matagang jare jar sangang:

veer Zora Singh ji:

 

Thanks for that! :)

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