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    Aum And Ong

    Sat Sri akal Can anyone please explain me the meaning of ong. There must be a reason as to why gurus used ong and not aum. Also what does ik signifies in ikongkar. And finally how does this differ to Aum. Thanks
  2. Tejwant Singh

    Ek Ong Kaar - The Creator Of All Is One - Guru Ganesha Singh & Nirinjan Kaur

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    By Ek Ong Kaar Kaur - The Mystical Process Of The Divine As Described In The Mool Man

    By Ek Ong Kaar Kaur - The Mystical Process of the Divine as described in the Mool Mantra. When talking about Divinity, sometimes we look outside of ourselves to discuss and define God. The Creator becomes, through our own conversations, everything a human is NOT. All-powerful. All-knowing...
  4. Tejwant Singh

    IK ONG KAAR- The Nature And The Nurturer

    DNA is Nature. It has been proven that we can all trace back ourselves where it all started, in Africa. Following is the site where one can submit one's DNA and find out their ancestral routes in a genealogical way. https://www3.nationalgeographic.com/genographic/index.html As we all...
  5. Tejwant Singh

    'Lord' As IK ONG KAAR?

    Pyari Cyber Sadh Sangat, Guru Fateh. The sikh scholars of yesteryears tried to emulate the style of the writings in the Bible. Hence they threw in the words like -Thee,Thou,shalt etc etc- from archaic english in their alphabet soup which they used to transliterate THE GURU SHABAD - THE...