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Karah Parshad

Discussion in 'Sikh Sikhi Sikhism' started by CaramelChocolate, Dec 9, 2004.

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    Q. What is Karah Parshad? Is it bless by Waheguru or Guru Granth Sahib Ji?

    A. Karah Parshad is a warm sweet [yummy] pudding distributed to ALL that visit a Gurdwara. It consists of the following in equal parts:
    Butter, Sugar, Flour

    The significance of it is:
    Sweetness - The sugar shows the sweetness of the Guru
    Butter - Shows the richness of the Guru
    Flour - Shows the intricate detail and in depth meaning of the Guru [small particles of flour, grains].

    Everyone receives this in equal parts, this shows that everyone is equal in the eyes of Waheguru [GOD] and the Guru.

    Karah Parshad is not an offering to Waheguru or Guru Granth. It is simply symbolic.

    ~CaramelChocolate~
     
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