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Posted March 3, Does Waheguru forgive cheating? Posted March 5, The text is only 22 pages in the Sri Rattan Mala however Tirath Singh has kindly let me have a tseek at his commentary of it which is over pages long and very deep in adhyatmik and vedant gyan yurbani to puratan sikhi.
By puzzled Started December 2. Could I ask as an extension to the original question about dancing? Sri Dasam Granth – 3 volumes by Surinder Singh Kohli – about the best available however missing the charritars and hikayats. Anek Bani Teeka – Bhai Vir Singh – 3 volumes has the main banis left missing from the initial 7 volumes. Brother, nobody will advise you better tseek Veer Kam ji, he has an encyclopedic knowledge of all steeks etc.
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By JSinghnz Started 19 hours ago. Also Sant Sanpooran Singh Ji’s version s good if you like adhyatmic stuff. Again hope that helps. Bhavrasamrit Ssteek – Tirath Singh Nirmala – very good translation and commentary along with a good prologues on sadhna, guru avtar, niyam, yam, etc.
You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Personally I believe much like profane music that it is not allowed. Sign up for a new account in our community. Register a new account. I haven’t had Darshan of Maharaj, but when you start Sikhi, doing Simran, Paath, listening to Kirtan and feeling the Anand Waheguru ji gives, the answers that you are seeking for will be answered automatically since you will be at a higher spiritual level.
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British cruelty in India. I wanted to purchase any steeks when I go gurrbani India soon and wanted advice on which are the best to read. Sign in Already have an account?
Could someone verify this? Posted May 5, Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Bhai Gurdas Di Vaaran – 2 volumes by Bhai jodh Singh, basic translation only saral arths, no uthanikas or adhyatmak gurvani. Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji – in 4 volumes by Singh Chahal is about the best but it only has basic meanings and nothing adhiyatmak.
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My current state of mind. Would like to know the Sangat’s thoughts on this, and how they would answer such a question.
This is one i would suggesteveryone get a hold of and it will be out within the next month or two to purchase over the internet!! Thank you for that jee that was really useful All of the steeks above are in Gurmukhi, if it is english steeks you require we can put a list up for them as well.
Whilse Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji held a court of bards they asked Bhai Stefk to rewrite this text into gurmukhi lippi which they did.
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Does listening to music help get rid of your Kaam, Krodh, Lobh, Moh, Hankaar Your lust, anger, greed, attachment and pride? Sign In Sign Up. This is a Sikh website. Where can you get it from? All of Sant Surjit Singh Jis steeks are worth getting Teh Sooraj Parkash Steek by Ajit SIngh Aulukh is the only complete set but has loads of faults All of the steeks above are in Gurmukhi, if it is english steeks you require we can put a list up for them as well hope that helps. Chanaka Raajneete is actually a discoure written about socialism in society and politics written by Rishi Chanak.
Bhai Gurdas Di Vaaran – 2 volumes by Bhai jodh Singh, basic translation only saral arths, no uthanikas or adhyatmak gyan Bhai Gurdas Di Kabait Sawaiyas – by Shamsher Singh Puri – again very basic translation, no uthanikas or adhyatmak gyan Bhavrasamrit Teeka – Tirath Singh Nirmala – very good translation and commentary along with a good prologues on sadhna, guru avtar, niyam, yam, etc Coming very soon The difference is that a steek just gives the meanings while teeks gives commentary as well Not heard of any new teekas by Sant Giani Mohan Singh Ji Bhindra Walae.
The steek is the meanings to the granth written by Bhai Sobha Singh. Sri Dasam Granth – 2 volumes by Piara Singh Sandhu – personally 2 expensive for what it is and does not contain the avtar katha. By Guest rma Started Yesterday at Also who or which translations sangat also recommend on reading as there are many versions.
And does it get you any closer to Waheguru ji?