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Guruji says that even though the mind is engrossed in various bad deeds God will liberate us and give us his support and will save us by holding us by the arm. Pause thoree n thoottai shhoree n shhoottai aisee maadhho khi n ch thanee 1 Cutting it, it does not break, and releasing it, it does not let go. Such is the string the Lord has tied me with.
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Guru Arjan was head of Sikhism for a quarter of a century and accomplished a lot during his regime. He completed the construction of Amritsar and founded other cities such as Taran Taran and Kartarpur.
He constructed a Baoli at Lahore. The most important work of Arjan Dev was the compilation of Adi Granth. He collected all the work of the first four Gurus and dictated it in the form of verses in It is, perhaps, the only book of a scriptural nature which still exists in the form first published a hand-written manuscript by the Guru. It and the Guru Granth Sahib which includes the writing of the later Gurus have managed to avoid the embellishments, additions and alterations that have plagued the original writing of other more ancient religious texts.
The Langars were open to any visitors and were designed from the start to stress the idea of equality and a casteless society. The land that Amritsar is built upon is believed to be a jagir estates gifted to individuals under the Mughal system which included one or more villages and often a portion of the crops produced on the land given as a gift by the Emperor Akbar, who was impressed by the practice, after sharing a meal in the Guru's communal kitchen, seated on the floor among commoners.
How does the puppet of clay dance? He looks and listens, hears and speaks, and runs around. When he acquires something, he is inflated with ego.
In thought, word and deed, he is attached to the sweet and tangy flavors. Gurbani Kirtan is brought to you by WolrdGurudwara. Our goal is to help you learn the correct pronunciation and meaning of Shabad Gurbani. Guru Arjan organised the Masand system, a group of representatives who taught and spread the teachings of the Gurus and also collected the Dasvand, one-tenth of a Sikh's income in money, goods or service that Sikhs paid to support the building of Gurdwara Sahib, the all important Guru ka Langars free communal kitchens originally intended to share with sense of love, respect and equality, still an important element today in any Gurdwara.
With my ears, I listen to Your Praises. I see that all are beggars. My salvation comes only from You. Gurbani Kirtan brought to you by WolrdGurudwara.
Helping you learn the correct pronunciation and understand the meaning of Shabad Gurbani. Bhai Ravinder Singh has graced this shabad with his melodious voice. Guru Amar Das Ji strongly discouraged the caste system. He raised the status of women by prohibiting the practice of Sati a wife's suicide on her husband's funeral pyre and Parrda veil covering the face.
He created the prayer ritual called Anand Sahib, which is one of the Five Banis recited daily. He also contributed hymns to the Sri Guru Granth Sahib!
Guru Amar Das Ji established 22 branches called Manjis and appointed a local Sikh preacher for each location. This is my object and purpose. Though born in hindu family, he rejected all Hindu traditions and rituals, when he came in contact with Gurmukhs, he found god from his heart.
He guided to control desires and have one desire of god. He was a farmer by profession. He followed command of lord after getting the way of lord. Sikhs bow before Guru Granth Sahib which include the teaching of many who had similar thoughts about God. He was born into a farmer family Jatt and he was not educated in any school or college. In the beginning he was an idol worshiper; but after that he became a Param Sant. He earned his livelihood by farming. From his early childhood, he was a very simple, hardworking and straightforward person.
He enjoyed the company of saints and scholars. He also spent time serving the needy and holy men with dedication and devotion. When he grew up, after he stopped worshiping idols, he went to Kashi and he got the initiation from Swami Ramananda. He was an illiterate; but in the end he achieved high status and became a Perfect Saint. So who is good, and who is bad? He alone is said to be the Lord's slave.
The Guru has blessed me with this sweet molasses. He places the medicine of the Naam into my mouth, and cuts away the noose of Death.Aavo meet pyare
He dispels the pains of countless incarnations, and lends support to the dry and shrivelled mind. Brough to you by WorldGurudwara. Today, his birthplace is marked by Gurdwara Janam Asthan.
Some are of the opinion that 20 October is his enlightenment day rather than his birthday. His father, Mehta Kalyan Das, popularly shortened to Kalu Mehta, was the patwari accountant of crop revenue for the village of Talwandi. Nanaki married Jai Ram and went to his town of Sultanpur, where he was the steward modi to Daulat Khan Lodi, the eventual governor of Lahore.
Guru Nanak was attached to his older sister, and, in a traditional Indian fashion, he followed her to Sultanpur to live with her and Jai Ram. Guru Nanak also found work with Daulat Khan, when he was around 16 years old.
Guru Nanak's teachings can be found in the Sikh scripture Guru Granth Sahib, a vast collection of revelatory verses recorded in Gurmukhi.
Guru Nanak describes the dangers of the Egotism haumai- 'I am' and calls upon devotees to engage in worship through the word of God Naam — It implies Goddivine order hukam and at places divine teacher guru and guru's instructions and singing of God's qualities, discarding doubt in the process.
However, such worship must be selfless sewa. The word of God, cleanses the individual to make such worship possible. This is related to the revelation that God is the Doer and without God there is no other. Guru Nanak warned against hypocrisy and falsehood saying that these are pervasive in humanity and that religious actions can also be in vain. It may also be said that ascetic practices are disfavoured by Guru Nanak who suggests remaining inwardly detached whilst living as a householder.
Through popular tradition, Guru Nanak's teaching is understood to be practiced in three ways: Bhai Ravinder Singh Ji has graced this shabad with her melodious voice. Servant Nanak is forever a sacrifice to Him. Revered by Muslims and Hindus, he is also considered one of the fifteen Sikh Bhagats within Sikhism and his selected works form part of the Guru Granth Sahib, the Sikh sacred scripture.
Whereas Sanskrit, Arabic, Turkish and Persian had historically been considered the languages of the learned and the elite, and used in monastic centres, Punjabi was generally considered a less refined folk language. Palle Teide Laagi Album: Na Udeekin Dadiye Album: Darsan Pyasi Dinas Raat Singer: Sadh Sangat Ji please subscribe for more Kirtan and Katha videos and also like and share the videos.
Tu Mero Sahib Data Title: Vich Agni Aap Jalayee Singer: Bhai Joginder Singh Riar Music: Bhai Joginder Singh Riar Lyricist: Sikhs regard marriage as a sacred bond of mutual dependence between a man and a woman; a true partnership of equals in marriage is made between those who are united in spirit as well as in mind and body.
Marriage is regarded as a strong lifetime bond between the bride and groom and and a union between both the families of the bride and groom. This event leads to a joining of the two families into one creating an enlarged extended family structure where each member has a useful part to play in the new family structure; each member of this extended family has to play a part in ensuring that the new couple are given every assistance in this new relationship and their start on this honourable path of Grist marg, path of the householder.
Gristi jiwan living as a householder is given a very respected position in Guru Nanak's society as it is regarded as the essential basic atomic unit of a healthy community; a couple leading a happy, strong and fulfilling relationship will provide a base for a strong, united and coherent community. Based on a concept depicted in Laava, the Sikh marriage is not merely a physical and legal contract but is a fusion of the souls; a holy union between two souls, where physically they appear as two individual bodies but in fact are united as one.
The couple must feel and think alike and both must be completely identified with the other, i. The Laava, or four stanzas, are read and then sung during the ceremony to formalize and sanctify the marriage. The Sikh religious wedding ceremony, which almost always these days takes place in a Gurdwara, the Sikh place of worship. The ceremony is held in the presence of Sri Guru Granth Sahib, the Sikh holy scripture and the Sadh sangat, the holy congregation.
This arrangement offers a way to bring family support into the lives of the couple if they require it. Guru Ram Das, the fourth Guru of the Sikhs has given, in the four rounds or Laava, a formula for a successful marriage. These four Shabads, describe the sacred journey of the soul through this world to the final destination, the merging with the infinite. If one follows this sacred path and applies it properly to the institution of marriage, it should results in happiness and fulfilment — Anand Bliss.
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