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    Gurus Significance Of Contemporary Persian Sources Relating To Guru Gobind Singh

    Significance of Contemporary Persian Sources Relating to Guru Gobind Singh Dr Kirpal Singh http://www.sikhinstitute.org/apr_2009/7-kirpsi.html Persian was the court language when the Sikh Gurus gave their sermons. It is therefore very significant that the contemporary Persian sources...
  2. Ambarsaria

    Creator /God ਦਾਤਾ/ਰੱਬ In Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Is Masculine Or Feminine And What Is The Significa

    I share below couple of great comments I got from gurmatbibek site regarding this question. 1. Grammar oriented 2. Essence and Reference Additionally I believe, from what I understand, the use of masculinity in General in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji is such that the female persona did...
  3. Chaan Pardesi

    Kara - An Article Of Faith And Its Significance

    Dear Gurmukh Loko, Perhaps, I can try and help here with the little budhi, I have collected from here and there..I once many moons ago, explained this to similarly inquiste people.. For a Sikh, the iron bangle is an emblem of Justice and equality and fairness.A ring or a bracelet has all...
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    Controversial Significance Of Kesh (Kaes)

    Many times I get into discussions regarding Kayse and Turban. So far I have not received any convincing argument. Gurbani States: Preet ik siun kiya aan duvidah Jaye, Bhanven Laambe Kayse kar Bhaven Dharar Munday. Keeping this statement in mind what is your opinion. Mind you there is no other...
  5. dalvindersingh grewal

    Heritage Sikh Banjara Tribe: Role And Significance In Sikh History

    A detailed reserach on the world Sikh population. A very good information for further study and research. Download the attachment.
  6. Aman Singh

    Giani Sant Singh Ji Maskeen On The Significance Of Charitropakhyan

    Giani Sant Singh Maskeen talks in details about the purpose and significance of Charitropakhyan bani of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Sahib. He explains how Gurbani channelizes 'Kaam Ras' to 'Naam Ras' and how it facilitates this crucial transformation. Click the Play button below: <p...
  7. Archived_Member16

    Significance And Purpose Of Human Life

    SIGNIFICANCE AND PURPOSE OF HUMAN LIFE (By always keeping the Company of the Holy, and focusing consciousness on the Guru) The soul, Praan (Vital Life-force), mind and body blossom forth (i.e.; Inner Growth); this is the true purpose of life (sggs 47). <><><><> As highlighted in the SGGS...
  8. dalsingh

    Gurus Significance Of Contemporary Persian Sources Relating To Guru Gobind Singh

    Significance of Contemporary Persian Sources Relating to Guru Gobind Singh Dr Kirpal Singh Institute of Sikh Studies, Chandigarh Persian was the court language when the Sikh Gurus gave their sermons. It is therefore very significant that the contemporary Persian sources are studied...
  9. Joginder Singh Foley

    Hukumnama :Significance For Sikhs

    First i do after bani or when i get to work is check the daily hukamnama, read it, and then think about it and what each hukam can offer me, Sometimes it is a beautiful thing to read, other times there is guidence and insparation, But allways make me think of VAHEGURU. The time spent with the...
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    Bhatt Swayias : Significance

    Significance of the Bhatt Swayias Prof. Devinder Singh Chahal, Ph. D* * Institute for Understanding Sikhism, 4418 Martin-Plouffe, Laval, Quebec, Canada H7W 5L9. Email: Sikhism@iuscanada.com -kindly Google out-
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    Bani And Significance

    Bani and Significance What is commonly understood by Bani Gurbani is the term used by Sikhs to refer to any compositions of the Gurus. Gurbani is composed of two words: 'Gur' meaning 'the Guru's' and 'bani' meaning 'word'. Bani (Punjabi ਬਾਣੀ), short for Gurbani (Punjabi ਗੁਰਬਾਣੀ), is the term...
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    Significance Of Anand Bani

    The Theme and Significance of ‘Anand’ Bani Dr. Gurwinder Kaur* The ‘Anand’ bani is truly a masterpiece of Sri Guru Amar Das Ji@, the third Nanak, incorporated in Sri Guru Granth Sahib [pp. 917-22]. It is composed in Ramkali raga, - an austere yogic measure of music. It is a most inspirational...
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    Bani And Significance To Sikhs

    The subconscious(the real self) does everything according to our actions(WITHOUT JUDGING)- what we see, read, hear, think, as well as according to our past karma......and as we read or listen Bani (irrespetive of correct pronunciation or correct knowledge of the content or raag/naad)it gets...
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    Sukhmani: Its Lyrical Beauty And Ethical Significance

    View Page Sukhmani: Its Lyrical Beauty and Ethical Significance Dr. Gurwinder Kaur* * W/o S. Gurdev Singh Cheema, VPO Solar, Dist. Patiala. 147001. Punjab. Email: guricheema@hotmail.com Its lyrical beauty apart, Sukhmani is a profoundly significant scriptural text for all...
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    The Significance Of A Turban

    I deleted post, because I'm changing to a different user name. It will be up again soon
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    Akhand Paath : Significance Of Reading SGGS

    GURU GRANTH PAATH: THE SACRED READING.[1] The objective of this paper is to describe the actual meaning of the paath in Sikh tradition. For this paper the Aad Guru Granth (AGGS) [1] is considered consisting of Sabd-Parmaan which means a written testimony from the Guru used as a means of valid...
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    Lohri Is Not A Sikh Festival - A YoungSikhs.net Special

    Lohri is not a Sikh festival - A YoungSikhs.net specialWhat is Lohri? It is an Indian festival of fire in which fire is worshipped. It is usually celebrated to commemorate the birth of a male child alone. It is not celebrated on the birth of a girl as she is not considered important. Thus, it...
  18. Archived_Member16

    Significance Of Langar

    Significance of Langar (Community Kitchen) in Sikhism The institution of langar has been around since the time of Guru Nanak and is an integral part of the Sikh religion. Langar was started by Guru Nanak when people came to listen to him and made offerings to him. He took these offerings...
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    What Is The Significance Of 5Ks

    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. The Keshas These are the stamp of Akal...
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