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BANI,

BANI, Sanskrit van! (meaning sound, voice, music; speech, language, diction; praise, laudation), refers in the specifically SIKH context to the sacred compositions of the Gurus and of the holy saints and sufis as incorporated in the Scripture, the GURU GRANTH Sahib. Compositions of Guru Gobind SINGH comprising the DASAM GRANTH are also referred to as Bani. For SIKHS, Bani or the compound Gurbani (Guru`s ban!) is the revealed word. Revelation is defined as the way God discloses and communicates Himself to humanity. There are different views on how he does this. The Hindu belief is that God occasionally becomes incarnate as an avatar and thus communicates Himself through his word and action while living on this earth. For the Muslims the revelation consists in actual words in the form of direct messages conveyed from God through an angel. Gabriel, to the Prophet. Another belief is that God communicates not the form but the content of the words, i.e. knowledge, to man. A related view is that, as a result of the mystic unity they achieve with the Universal Self, certain individuals under Divine inspiration arrive at truths which they impart to the world. The Gurus did not subscribe to the incarnation theory "The tongue be burnt that says that the Lord ever takes birth" (GG, 1136), nor did they acknowledge the existence of angels or intermediaries between God and man. They were nevertheless conscious of their divine mission and described the knowledge and wisdom contained in their hymns as Godgiven. "As the Lord`s word comes to me, 0 Lalo, so do I deliver it," says Guru NANAK (GG, 722). Guru ARJAN: "I myself know not what to speak; all I speak is what the Lord commandeth" (GG, 763). It is in this sense that Bani is revelation for the Sikhs. It is for them God`s Word mediated through the Gurus or Word on which the Gurus had put their seal. The Bani echoes the Divine Truth; it is the voice of God "the Lord`s own word," as said Guru Nanak; or the Formless Lord Himself, as said Guru Amar Das: vahu vahu bani nirankar hai tisujevadu avaru na koi (GG, 515) Hail. hail, the word of the Guru, Which is the Formless Lord Himself; There is none other, nothing else To be reckoned equal to it. Being Word Divine, Bani is sacred and the object of utmost veneration. That the Bani was reverenced by the Gurus themselves even before it was compiled into the Holy Book is attested by an anecdote in Gurbilas Chhevin Patshahi. While returning from Goindval after the obsequies of his father, Guru Arjan took with him some pothis or books containing the Bani of the first four Gurus. The Sikhs carried the pothis, wrapped in a piece of cloth, in a palanquin on their shoulders. The Guru and other Sikhs walked along barefoot while the Guru`s horse trailed behind bareback. When the Sikhs suggested that the Guru ride as usual, he replied, "These [pothis] represent the four Gurus, their light. It would be disrespectful [on my part to ride in their presence]. It is but meet that I walk barefoot." "The Bani is Guru and the Guru is Bani...." sang Guru Ram Das (GG, 982). Guru Nanak, the founder, had himself declared, "sabda, i.e. word or bani, is Guru, the unfathomable spiritual guide; crazed would be the world without the sabda" (GG, 635). "SabdaGuru enables one to swim across the ocean of existence and to perceive the One as present everywhere" (GG, 944). Thus it is that the Bani of the Guru commands a Sikh`s reverence. The content of the Bani is God`s name, God`s praise and the clue to Godrealization. God is described both as immanent and transcendent. He is the creator of all things, yet He does not remain apart from His creation. He responds to the love of His creatures. HUKAM or the Divine Law is the fundamental principle of God`s activity. Man`s duty is to seek an understanding of His A ukam and to live his life wholly in accord with it. God is the source of grace (nadar) and it behoves man to make himself worthy of His grace. The Bani, which is Guru in essence, brings this enlightenment to men. It shows the way. Listening to, reciting and becoming absorbed in Bani engenders merit and helps one to overcome haumai, i.e. finite ego or selflove which hinders understanding and realization. In proclaiming the supreme holiness and majesty of God, the Bani has few parallels in literature. It contains one of the most intimate and magnificent expressions of faith in the Transcendent. It is an earnestly given testament about God`s existence and a sterling statement of a deeply experienced vision of Him. The Bani is all in the spiritual key. It is poetry of pure devotion, love and compassion. It is lyrical rather than philosophical, moral rather than cerebral. It prescribes no social code, yet it is the basis of Sikh practice as well as of the Sikh belief. It is the source of authority, the ultimate guide to the spiritual and moral path pointed by the Gurus. The form of the Bani is as sublime as is its content. It is a superb body of verse in a variety of metre and rhythm, arranged under thirtyone different musical measures. Besides its ardent lyricism and abounding imagination, it displays a subtle aesthetic sensitivity. The aptness of its image and simile is especially noteworthy. Its musicality is engaging. The language is mainly PUNJABI in its simple spoken idiom. The downtoearth, sinewy presence of its vocabulary and the eloquence of its symbolism drawn from everyday life give it a virile tone. The Bani constitutes the springhead of Punjabi literary tradition and the creative energy the latter acquired from it informed its subsequent growth and continues to be a vital influence to this day. 1. Shackle, C., A Guru Nanak G/ossary. London, 1981
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2. Kirpal Singh,JANAM SAKHI Prampara. PATIALA, 1969
3. Kahn Singh, Bhai, Gunnat Martand. AMRITSAR, 1983



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Sri Guru Nanak Sahib had passed on His whole Potency to Sri Guru Angad Sahib. Sri Guru Angad Sahib passes on the same to Sri Guru Amar Das Ji and so on. Tenth Nanak passes on the same Potency to Sri Guru Granth sahib in terms of Eternity. There is no distinction between Potency and the Possessor thereof. Sri Guru Granth Sahib is the same Jaagdi Jot - Jot Roop Har-Guru Nanak. Sri Guru Nanak Sahib and Sri Guru Gobind Singh Sahib are inseparable from Sri Guru Granth Sahib and exist in Sri Guru Granth Sahib in their fullness. That is why Sri Guru Gobind Singh Sahib declares that He permanently abides and dwells in Sri Guru Granth Sahib. Every hymn of Sri Guru Granth Sahib is surcharged and pervaded with Divine fragrance, glow and eternal presence of our beloved Lord Guru Nanak. Sri Guru Granth Sahib is the Eternal Embodiment of the whole Shakti, Divine Wisdom, Love, Humility, Holiness and Divinity of all the Ten Manifestations of Guru Nanak.
And this is how this Sovereign Power of Sri Guru Granth Sahib is addressed to:-

Dasoon Patshahion Ke Saroop,
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Sahib Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaj,
Hazara Hazoor, Jahra Jahoor,
Kalyug Ke Bohit,
Nam Ke Jahaj,
Halat Palat Ke Rakhiak,
Lok Parlok Ke Sahayak,
Dasaan Patshahian Di Hazar Nazar Jaagdi Jot,
Sahib Ji De Path Darshan Da Dhian Dhar Ke
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Eh Jeonda, Jaagda, Bolda Guru Nanak Hai
Highly blessed are the souls who sail in this Celestial and Divine Ship (Sri Guru Granth Sahib).
It is a ‘Voyage Divine’, through the most dreadful Occean of Mortality in this Dark Age. It is a wonderful long journey in the perpetual Holy company of our most Beloved Satguru. Wonder of wonders is that Guru Nanak is all the time at our side and never leaves us stranded for a moment. Guru Nanak is our Rescuer and our Saviour.
As Holy Guru Granth Sahib is a Divine Ship one can easily cross this terrible ocean of illusion and mortality by hearing, by reciting, by singing (holy Kirtan) the Divine Name and Glories of the Lord through the hymns of the Lord Himself. There is no higher Satsang than the Holy Association of Sri Guru Granth Sahib. Guru Nanak's wonderful Divine Lila and Sport on earth flashes in our minds through these sacred hymns and that Holy Remembrance and Faith is sufficient for liberation.

Amrit Bani (Gurbani) was the Guru from the very beginning, Sri Guru Nanak Sahib illuminated the world through Gurbani. The same Divine Jot continued the process of illumination through Gurbani in the Luminous Form of Sri Guru Angad Sahib. Sri Guru Nanak Sahib continued the Divine process through Sri Guru Amar Das Ji and so on. Illumination continues unabated-through the same Gurbani from Sri Guru Granth Sahib. For Gurmukhs, the eternal illumination is flowing straight from the holy lips of Jot Roop Har Guru Nanak whereas others only perceive a holy book in front.
SRI GURU GRANTH SAHIB IS

‘JAAGDI JOT’,
LIVING GURU NANAK SAHIB HIMSELF.


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The Form of Sri Guru Granth Sahib changes with the stage of the disciple. It varies with the level of love.
God is Love and Love is God. In His Great Udasis Sri Guru Nanak Sahib reaches out, in Love, to the worst sinners like Kauda the Rakshas, Sajan the Murderer, Bhooma the Dacoit, the Lepers and the downtrodden and saves them. Eternal manifestation of Sri Guru Nanak Sahib, Sri Guru Granth Sahib is Love and Love is Sri Guru Granth Sahib. Sri Guru Granth Sahib is Cosmic Love and reaches out to all those who seek solace and healing balm of the Great Emancipator.
Healing and Soothing Love of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Sahib reaches out to the thirsty and wounded enemy, it reaches out to the whole humanity without distinction and discrimination. Love of Guru Gobind Singh Ji is All-Embracing and Universal.
All Glory to Sri Guru Gobind Singh Sahib who infused the whole of His Potentiality in His Eternal Manifestation, The Eternal Guru Sri Guru Granth Sahib.
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Gurbani is surcharged with all the spiritual power of the Divine Gurus as they had infused their whole Divine strength there in. Each and every hymn stands fully surcharged with the Eternal Glory of the Divine Name.
Sri Guru Granth Sahib is One Eternal Guru without a Second. Sri Guru Nanak Sahib and Sri Guru Granth Sahib are ONE. Sri Guru Granth Sahib though in appearance, a Holy Scripture, assumes a Divine Form of Guru Nanak for the sake of true devotees. It is only few blessed ones who thus obtain His Auspicious Darshans in Sri Guru Granth Sahib.
Tenth Guru Nanak permanently resides and dwells in Sri Guru Granth Sahib and blessed indeed is the devotee to whom He so reveals Himself.
Sri Guru Granth Sahib - The Living Lord
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Sri Guru Granth Sahib : Towards Making a New Civilization

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Pause and Ponder
DISCIPLINE OF A SIKH
Sikhism has always been very clear about the discipline required of a Sikh. In fact, Guru Ram Das, the fourth Guru Nanak, laid down an aspect of the discipline required for a Sikh's everyday life.
"Let him, who calls himself a Sikh of the True Guru,
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Rise early and meditate on God;
Let hint exert himself in the morning and bathe in the tank of Nectar,
Let him repeat God's Name;
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under the Guru's instruction;
Thus shall his sins and errors-be erased.
Let him at sunrise sing the Guru's hymns;
Sitting or standing, he should meditate on God's Name.
The Disciple, who at every breath, meditates on God;
will please the Guru's heart.
He alone takes the Guru's instruction;
who is by the Lord's mercy so guided.
The slave Nanak seeks the dust of the feet of him,
Who himself repeats Gods name, and leads others to do so."
Meditation on the Name of God (Naam Simran) was and is the most important thing for Sikhs living by a discipline prescribed clearly by the Guru.
(Guru Granth Sahib, pg 305-306)
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"SAARANG, FIFTH MEHL:
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This Holy Book is the home of the Transcendent Lord God.
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Whoever sings the Glorious Praises of the Lord of the Universe in the Saadh Sangat, the Company of the Holy, has the perfect knowledge of God. || 1 || Pause ||

The Siddhas and seekers and all the silent sages long for the Lord, but those who meditate on Him are rare. That person, unto whom my Lord and Master is merciful - all his tasks are perfectly accomplished. || 1 ||

One whose heart is filled with the Lord, the Destroyer of fear, knows the whole world. May I never forget You, even for an instant, O my Creator Lord; Nanak begs for this blessing. || 2 || 90 || 113 ||
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The banee, the shabad, that which is written within the Guru Granth Sahib Ji is the exact physical form of Waheguru in the creation. The banee is the only way to represent the Omnipotent, Omniscient, Infinite, Formless, Colourless Lord. No other way can one remain consciously attached to God.
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The Guru Granth Sahib Ji is not a book. The Guru Granth Sahib ji is Guru Nanak Dev Ji.

Think of the Guru Granth Sahib as the very embodiment of the 10 Gurus. Consider first what is the source of life of the Human Body. In reality we are no different than the pages and cover of a book. We both come from the earth. Although the human body is much more complex, there is a light within it that gives us life. Just as the electrons run through a resistor in a light bulb, in the same way God's Light gives our tissue life and sustenance. Also in the same way the very Light of God is within the Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.
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In this way, Guru Granth Sahib Ji and God are one and the same.
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an extract from http://www.baisakhi1999.org
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EH JEONDA JAAGDA, BOLDA GURU NANAK HAI.
- Baba Nand Singh Ji Maharaj

Sri Guru Nanak Sahib had passed on His whole Potency to Sri Guru
Angad Sahib. Sri Guru Angad Sahib passes on the same to Sri Guru Amar
Das Ji and so on. Tenth Nanak passes on the same Potency to Sri Guru
Granth Sahib in terms of Eternity. There is no distinction between Potency
and the Possessor thereof. Sri Guru Granth Sahib is the same Jaagdi Jot -
Jot Roop Har-Guru Nanak. Sri Guru Nanak Sahib and Sri Guru Gobind
Singh Sahib are inseparable from Sri Guru Granth Sahib and exist in Sri
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Guru Granth Sahib in their fullness. That is why Sri Guru Gobind Singh
Sahib declares that He permanently abides and dwells in Sri Guru Granth
Sahib. Every hymn of Sri Guru Granth Sahib is surcharged and pervaded
with Divine fragrance, glow and eternal presence of our beloved Lord Guru
Nanak. Sri Guru Granth Sahib is the Eternal Embodiment of the whole
Shakti, Divine Wisdom, Love, Humility, Holiness and Divinity of all the Ten
Manifestations of Guru Nanak.

And this is how this Sovereign Power of Sri Guru Granth Sahib is
addressed to -

Dasoon Patshahion Ke Saroop,
Sahib Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaj,
Hazara Hazoor,
Jahra Jahoor,
Kalyug Ke Bohit,
Nam Ke Jahaj,
Halat Palat Ke Rakhiak,
Lok Parlok Ke Sahayak,
Dasaan Patshahian Di
Hazar Nazar JAAGDI JOT,
Sahib Ji De Path Darshan Da
Dhian Dhar Ke Bolo Ji Sri Waheguru
- PART OF ARDAS
BABA NAND SINGH JI MAHARAJ

In this Terrible Kali-Age,
Sri Guru Granth Sahib is the Saviour Ship.
Sri Guru Granth Sahib is the Celestial Ship of the Divine Name.
Sri Guru Granth Sahib is the Protector, the Saviour in this world
and the worlds hereafter.
Sri Guru Granth Sahib is the Eternal Guru, JAAGDI JOT. Is the
Illuminator and the Divine Sustainer of the whole Universe.

Sri Guru Granth Sahib is an Ocean of Nectar and a drop of this Nectar is
enough for emancipation.

Pointing towards Sri Guru Granth Sahib

Eh Jeonda, Jaagda, Bolda Guru Nanak Hai.
- BABA NAND SINGH JI MAHARAJ.

Highly blessed are the souls who sail in this Celestial and Divine Ship (Sri
Guru Granth Sahib).

It is a 'Voyage Divine', through the most dreadful Ocean of Mortality in this
Dark Age. It is a wonderful long journey in the perpetual Holy company of
our most Beloved Satguru. Wonder of wonders is that Guru Nanak is all
the time at our side and never leaves us stranded for a moment. Guru
Nanak is our Rescuer and our Saviour.

As Holy Guru Granth Sahib is a Divine Ship one can easily cross this
terrible ocean of illusion and mortality by hearing, by reciting, by singing
(holy Kirtan) the Divine Name and Glories of the Lord through the hymns of
the Lord Himself. There is no higher Satsang than the Holy Association of
Sri Guru Granth Sahib. Guru Nanak's wonderful Divine Lila and Sport on
earth flashes in our minds through these sacred hymns and that Holy
Remembrance and Faith is sufficient for liberation.

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Webmaster http://www.baisakhi1999.org.
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The Sri Guru Granth Sahib, gurū granth sāhib) is a holy book revered as the 11th Guru of Sikhism, the physical form of the living Guru of the Sikhs.
The Guru Granth Sahib is given the honorific prefix "Sri" which denotes its holiness for Sikhs.
The Guru Granth Sahib became the Guru of the Sikhs and successor to Guru Gobind Singh on October1708, when the 10th Guru made Sri Guru Granth Sahib the 11th and final eternal Guru.
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