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Sri Sampat Paath

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On 5/16/2015 at 5:26 PM, paapiman said:
Sri Sampat path was taught to the Gursikhs by Satguru Sri Guru Gobind Singh jee Maharaaj himself.
Sampat means a box, in which expensive jewelery or an idol is kept. This term is also used in medical field. In this field, to sampat a medicine, means to increase its effect.

When master was in Nanded, some Sikhs requested Maharaaj that some Muslims were using black magic to trouble them. On hearing this, Maharaaj taught this bidhi to the Gursikhs. In its simplest form, it involved reciting the mool mantar, at the start and end of each Gurbani tuk.


There are different types of it. One could do a Sri Sampat Akhand Paath. These are usually done before Poornamashi at Nanaksar. In this type of paath, mool mantar is recited at the beginning and at the end of each shabad. It is also recited at various other points in Gurbani and sometimes multiple times. Then, there is a tuk tuk wala Sri Sampat Akhand Paath. This can take a lot of time. In this version, mool mantar is recited after every tuk. Now, along with the mool mantar, one can also recite a shabad of one's choice. At Nanaksar, the following shabad is recited.

ਅਉਖੀ ਘੜੀ ਨ ਦੇਖਣ ਦੇਈ ਅਪਨਾ ਬਿਰਦੁ ਸਮਾਲੇ ॥

Srimaan Sant Baba Nand Singh jee Maharaaj Kaleranwale was taught this bidhi by Srimaan 108 Sant Baba Mahaharnaam Singh jee Maharaaj Bhucho wale.


It is very popular in Nanaksar. DDT and Nihang scholars are also aware of it.
Srimaan Sant Baba Gurdev Singh jee Maharaaj (current head of Nanaksar) gets one tuk tuk wala sri sampat paath done at Delhi, once every year for world peace.
Please correct me, if I provided any wrong information above.

One could also do a sampat paaath of Sri Dasam Granth Sahib jee. I am not too sure which shabad is used for Sri Sampat Paath. If someone can please provide details on it, that would be great.


Waheguru jee kaa Khalsa

Waheguru jee kee Fateh

nihangs too do sampat path .see the video. for dasam bani gobinde mukande chand is used for sampat


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