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Jazz Singh

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  • Birthday 04/04/1986

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  1. Download your copy of the bestseller Guru Gobind Singh's Zafarnama translated by Professor Surinderjit Singh. It is Guru Gobind Singh's letter of Declaration of Victory to Aurangzeb with 111 excellent verses compiled into this book.. Download Ebook:- Guru Gobind Singh's Zafarnamah -English By Prof. Surinderjit Singh
  2. I would suggest this book very advantageous for llearners and it is - Gurmukhi Gian Come To Learn Punjabi -English-punjabi By Dr. Satnam Singh Sandhu
  3. The Guru’s teachings enlighten minds and fill it with Lord’s prayers. He states- “Our mind can arise only if we love God, loving him is remembering him, and to remember is reciting his name as O Lord O lord O lord or WaheGuru, Waheguru, WaheGuru WaheGuru.” “Recitation of the Lord's Name is everything. Recitation is the service to the Lord. Recitation is worship of the Lord. Recitation is the love of the Lord. I live, when I recite his Name I die, when I forget his Name.” Read Guru Nanak chamatkar which is a reminiscence of the divine glory of Guru Nanak Dev and the power of his teachings to realize the presence of lord beside us today and always. Guru Nanak Chamatkar- Part 1- English By Bhai Vir Singh Guru Nanak Chamatkar- Part 2- English By Bhai Vir Singh
  4. Stories From Sikh History Book 1 -English By Kartar Singh Stories From Sikh History Book 2 -English By Kartar Singh Stories From Sikh History Book 3 -English By Kartar Singh Stories From Sikh History Book 4 -English By Kartar Singh Stories From Sikh History Book 5 -English By Kartar Singh Stories From Sikh History Book 6 -English By Kartar Singh Stories From Sikh History Book 7 -English By Kartar Singh
  5. The name 'Amrit' refers to the drinking of immortal nectar (amrit), an essential part of the ceremony of commitment. The proper name of the rite is khande di pahul, the “nectar of the double-edged sword.” A bowl of water with sugar crystals is stirred with a double edged sword, while sacred hymns are recited, infusing the nectar with the power of the Divine Word. It is this water, which has now become the amrit, that is sipped by those who become members of the Khalsa. E-books for free download:- Meaning of Amrit -English By Bhai Randhir Singh Amrit Kee Hain -Punjabi By Bhai Randhir Singh
  6. Yes it is so true Harsharan 'Banee Guru, Guru ha Banee' - Guru Ram Das jee. The Banee is the Guru, the Guru is the Banee' When Great Guru, True Guru, SatGuru Nanak Dev jee was on His missionary tour (Udassi) in Siri Lanka, the king really became attatched to Guru Nanak and couldn't bear to see Satguru jee depart. The king asked how will I be blessed with your holy presence if you leave (i.e. how will I have your vision (Darshan) )? Satguru jee explained to him that Guru Nanak was not the physical body that the king had met. Guru Nanak was the shabad (the word of Waheguru jee). Of course the body was very blessed because it was the Shabad-Guru's outer covering, but the Guru was the shabad ( the Divine teacher is the word of Waheguru). Satguru jee told the king to become attatched to the shabad. Ultimately a person gets so attatched to the Shabad that they reach a state called 'Shabad-surat da mel'also known as 'liv'. This means when the shabad and you are merged like water merging into the ocean. This is when you hear the unstruck melody and see Waheguru jee's light which brighter than hundreds and thousands of Suns. This is when you return home to Waheguru jee. This is the place from where the Shabd originated and this where it has brought you back. Some useful and inspiring books on Guru Nanak Dev:- Guru Nanak Chamatkar- Part 1- English By Bhai Vir Singh Guru Nanak Chamatkar- Part 2- English By Bhai Vir Singh I found more at sikhbookclub.com. E-books can be downloaded for free.
  7. Recitation of the Lord's Name is everything. Recitation is the service to the Lord. Recitation is worship of the Lord. Recitation is the love of the Lord. I live, when I recite his Name I die, when I forget his Name
  8. It is good you found the books you requested for. Are you aware of Sikhbookclub.com? You can find more books on teachings of respected Gurus and more on their life at Sikhbookclub.com. E-books on relevant topics are available for download at absolutely no cost.
  9. ‘Bijay Singh’ is the scholarly work by Bhai Vir Singhji, the great poet saint, who took to literature to better portray the Khalsa ideals and Sikh philosophy that stressed on resurrecting the spirits of the ideal man created by Guru Gobind Singh. The growing obliviousness of the Sikhs of their glorious past that is on its verge of loosing buoyancy can only be saved by spreading the message of Khalsa and the heroic deeds of Sikh Gurus. This lack of knowledge of the brave acts and sacrifices of reverend Panths and Gurus in Sikhism history who fought for their recognition, respect and protection of fellow people of faith, led to the publication of this literary work depicting the heroic sacrifice of Bijay Singh and his wife. The brave hero’s of the Sikh community fought with great zeal and power of the soul against all odds to keep the Khalsa principles intact. What can be better than the power of words? The book titled as ‘Bijay Singh’ came out in the year 1899 and was an attempt to highlight the passion of common people of the Sikh community to end the tyrannical rule of the Mughlas. The book depicts the trails, tortures and troubles faced by Bijay Singh and his wife and revealing characters of the rulers wanting to rule the Sikhs by means of torturing them which is described as barbarous, fanatic and tyrannical. This book came out just after the first book authored by Bhai Vir Singhji. Bijay Singh was the son of Courtier Diwan Lakhpat Rai, who took to Sikhism. The novel has a great portrayal of heroic acts and battles fought by Bijay Singh and others in his troop to end the tyrannical rule and tortures inflicted on innocent people of the Sikh community by the barbaric Nazir-ud-din, the governor of Jalandhar. Bijay Singh made a huge sacrifice of laying his life before the rulers and thus contributed his fullest to save his brethren. The novel ends in the retrospection of the fact and belief as recited by Bijay Singh breathing his last- "Blessed is the Lord of aigrette (Guru Gobind Singh) and blessed is the holy SANGAT (Holy Assembly) Blessed Blessed Blessed." This book has been compiled wonderfully into an e-book which is now available for download totally free of cost. Check out the links provided in the previous post given above this post.
  10. Get your free copy of Asaa Di Var morning recitations and more translations of Banis from Sri Guru Granth Sahib. Asaa Di Var Morning Recitations in English Special Banis in Punjabi, Hindi and English
  11. Read ‘Bijay Singh’, the scholarly work by Bhai Vir Singh Ji, the great poet saint, who took to literature to better portray the Khalsa ideals and Sikh philosophy that stressed on resurrecting the spirits of the ideal man created by Guru Gobind Singh. Download:- Bijay Singh -Punjabi By Bhai Vir Singh Bijay Singh- English By Bhai Vir Singh Bijay Singh -Hindi By Bhai Vir Singh
  12. Thanks for the share! It made my day listening to the pious words. Waheguru Ji ka khalsa, Waheguru Ji ki Fateh..
  13. Reading leads to awareness.

  14. I have been to this website Sikhbookclub.com offering numerous e-books written by Bhai Sahib Bhai Vir Singhji. I have downloaded many to my collection. The best part is that the website has a huge collection of Sikh Books on various topics. I love to browse this website and would recommend others to have a look and read your favorite book. Here are some useful links:- Bhai Vir Singh Punjabi Books Bhai Vir Singh English Books WaheGuru Je ka Khalsa, WaheGuru Je Ki Fateh..
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