Waheguroo Jee Ka Khalsa!
Waheguroo Jee Kee Fateh!!
Sangat ji, i know we have the other amritvela thread for good reasons to get up at amritvela,but i thought i'd start a thread about tips for getting up at amritvela,sleepy moorkhs like me really and i mean really need the sangats help and...
Waheguru Ji ka Khalsa Waheguru ji Ki Fateh.
The word Amrit and Amritsar occurs many many times in Gurbani. The literal meaning has been taken to mean the CITY OF AMRITSAR where stands the Harimandir darbar. The SAROVAR surtrounding this Harimandir sahib darbar is normally referred to as...
What is the symbolism of drinking amrit [not talking about baptism, but the water around HarMandir Sahib at Amritsar]?
I was just told that prashad and langar should not be eaten because the person performing the act has their pain removed by doing this, the pain goes into the food and those...
The Five Kakars are :
1. Keshas - Unshorn hair
2. Kangha - Comb
3. Kara - An iron bracelet
4. Kachhehra - Special tailored underwear
5. Kirpan - Sword
An Amritdhari (Baptised by Five Beloved ones) Sikh happily wears these 5 K's all the time.
These are the stamp of Akal...
This Shabad is by Guru Nanak Dev Ji in Jap on Pannaa 2
True is the Master, True is His Name-speak it with infinite love.
People beg and pray, ""Give to us, give to us"", and the Great Giver gives His Gifts.
So what offering can we place before Him, by which we might see the Darbaar of...