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Inderpal1994

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  1. Has there ever been a case when a Singh recites Dasam Bani more than Adi gurbani? What effects usually happens? Does the individual become more aggressive?
  2. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Vaheguru Ji Keep Fateh. Hey everyone, I hope all is well. Well my question is obvious, what is the ath chandi charitar ustat barnan bani? The reason I ask is because well I use Sundar Gutka app to do paath, and sometimes I tend to look at the other Bani's that I don't recite (it's because I can't), this Bani on the app is very short so I would like to include it into my bhagti. I know this Bani is found in Dasam Satguru Granth Sahib Ji. However what I want to know is what is it for? What is Maharaj saying? Is there any maryada when reciting this Bani? I may in the future ask about the other bani's I see on the app so I please bare with me Thank you
  3. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Vaheguru Ji Ke Fateh! I think it is all just judgement that people conjure up with that being said I am guessing that those who judge have never met this saints. However Jonny101 has explained it much clearer and to the point. Forgive me if I have made any mistakes, but if I have I ask for guru and sangats forgiveness. I am just a manmukh seeking the gurus love and forgiveness.
  4. Mr @albcan I cannot speak for the rest of the sangat (sikh congregation/Khalsa Panth) but when I ever encounter gurbani on electronic devices I make sure my head is covered and I am not wearing any footwear (i.e. Shoes, trainers, sandals or slippers), and that when I encounter gurbani on an electronic device I only bend my head forward as if I am bowing, this is because no matter what whether it be handwritten or digital gurbani is gurbani. But also bowing to Sri Guru Satguru Granth Sahib Ji is not just done physically but is also done mentally and spiritually. It is done mentally by implanting the teaching and contemplating on them, so as it is done spiritually by living by the teachings. So as you can see there is so much depth for us sikhs when we matha tek to Satguru Sahib. I hope I did not offend anyone on this forum, and I hope I have not made many mistakes, however if I have I ask for Guru and Panth forgiveness. I am just a manmukh seeking my Guru's love and forgiveness. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Vaheguru Ji Ke Fateh!
  5. Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Vaheguru Ji Ke Fateh! When sikhs matha tek (bow) to Sri Guru Satguru Granth Sahib Ji we are not bowing to the physical but the spirtual essences within it. Ik Oangkar Satigur Parsaadi mehalaa 4 "bwxI gurU gurU hY bwxI ivic bwxI AMimRqu swry ] baanee guroo guroo hai baanee vich baanee anmrith saarae | The Word, the Bani is Guru, and Guru is the Bani. Within the Bani, the Ambrosial Nectar is contained" - Sri Guru Satguru Raam Daas Ji, Ang 982 From your question i believe you think that sikh are somewhat idol worshipping, but we are not all we are doing is submitting ourselves to the guru. I also presume that you think a guru should be within a human form for it too look "normal" to bow down, but within the reality of sikhi and life itself our guru is formless, our guru can take anyform, any shape, any size and any colour which our guru has and that is within Sri Guru Satguru Granth Sahib Ji. I hope i have not made any mistakes within responding to your question, if i have i pray to guru and the panth to forgive me as i am a manmukh is wishing to seek the guru love. Vaheguru Ji ka Khalsa, Vaheguru Ji Ke Fateh!
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