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Guru and Gurbani

Discussion in 'Hard Talk' started by gurvinder_janu, Jun 20, 2007.

  1. gurvinder_janu

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    Guru Piarayo

    Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

    Dhur ki baani aaee jin sali chint mittaee

    In my opinion Baani is for understanding how to do simran. And all Guru Jis first used to do Jap(Simran) and Tap in Bhoras as is evident from the bhroas at various Gurdwaras and then Baani came to Guru Jis. Tap now-a-days only few can do . In Gurdwara Sahibs too more emphasis should be on simran.

    All i wish to know is other's opinion on this please.

    Please forgive me.
     
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  3. roopsidhu

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    you are cent per cent right The Simran is must. thats what is imphesised in 1430 angs of SGGS ji
     
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    Thanks for starting a thread that proves to be interesting and meaningful.
     
  5. sachchasoda

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    Tap, that Guru Ji has done is the fruit of Simran, springing up naturally. One cannot do it by force gurvinder janu ji. When mind is dyed in the color of True Naam, raft of Tap and Self Descipline is created within to carry us across. .

    "Suneai laage sahaj dhyaan"
    “Jat sat tap pavit sareeraa har har mann vasaaeai”

    You are right about the need of more emphasis on NaamSimran. At present it is mostly Kirtan, which is equally needed.

    I consider the following three things equally:
    1. learning and contemplating Gurbani
    2. Kirtan
    3. Simran


    Satpartap Singh
     

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