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    Shant Ras Vs Bir Ras (miri-piri)

    IS SHANT ras more important then bir ras or are they supposed to be equal. an example is miri piri, is the miri aspect more important then the piri aspect or vice versa, or are they equally important. bhula chuka khema muaf. wjkk wjkf
  2. Ishna

    S Asia Naam Ras 2014: Spiritual Sikh Event Draws More Non-Sikhs

    Naam Ras 2014: Spiritual Sikh Event Draws More Non-Sikhs tabla! Friday, Jan 02, 2015 http://news.asiaone.com/news/singapore/naam-ras-2014-spiritual-sikh-event-draws-more-non-sikhs Held at the Singapore Expo Hall from Dec 25 to 28, Naam Ras Kirtan Darbar 2014 brought thousands of people from...
  3. findingmyway

    Ḏīn Daial Paritam Manmohan | ਦੀਨ ਦਇਆਲੁ ਪ੍ਰੀਤਮ ਮਨਮੋਹਨੁ

    This shabad is by Guru Nanak Dev ji, and is found on Ang 1331 of Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji. Some of the key words have been translated for you, but you may have a better translation. Some words are left untranslated so that you can stretch and search for their meanings. At some point the...
  4. Ambarsaria

    Sabẖhū Ko Ras Har Ho / ਸਭਹੂ ਕੋ ਰਸੁ ਹਰਿ ਹੋ

    My understanding outside quotes in blue. I stand corrected for any errors which are mine. Raag Gaureeh, Guru Arjan Dev ji Ultimate happiness for all is in one creator understood Some do yoga, Some so enjoy consuming, Some research, Some contemplate so quiet Some hold stick and do yoga Some do...
  5. Astroboy

    Kirtan And Human Psyche

    Kirtan and the Human Psyche Prof. Surinder Singh The philosophy of the Sikh Gurus describes the concept of a positive entity and a negative entity within humans. The Sikh philosophy names these entities as the mun (mind) and the atma (conscience or soul). Whereas the mind represents the...
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    Gurbani Kirtan #9 - Ram Ras Piya Re

    Gurbani Kirtan Mp3 Player - Shabad #9 - Ram Ras Piya Re SGGSJ Ang 337 Gaurhee Poorbee Saint Kabir gauVI ] gourree || Gauree: ry mn qyro koie nhI iKMic lyie ijin Bwru ] rae man thaero koe nehee khinch laee jin bhaar || O my mind, even if you carry someone's burden, they don't belong to you...