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  1. Sant Giani Mohan Singh Ji Bhindrawalae are something special, I got their darshan once and it was something different to all other sadhus
  2. If you have a Gurbilas Patshahi 6 by Giani Gyan Singh it is actually not the Gurbilas in its true form but a summary
  3. The Gurbilas Patshahi Chevin usually has three different authors attributed to it. The first is Bhai Mani Singh Ji who is believed to have uttered the works when requested. Bhagat Singh was a student of Bhai Mani Singh Ji who is believed to have re-uttered the work and lastly Sohan Singh is believed to have written the account into the form we have today. The Gurbilas has been available to purchase from the Patiala University fince the 90's. Jathedar Joginder Singh Vadenti has the book republished in 2002 with forewards from Giani Sant Singh Maskeen and Giani Balwant Singh Ji Kothaguru Wal
  4. http://kam1825.podbean.com/e/different-mangals-and-a-story-about-sant-gurbachan-singh-bhindrawalae/
  5. osingh1 The Karninama is the discourse between Guru nanak Dev Ji and Pir Rukandeen at Meeca where Guru Nanak Dev Ji describes the advent of Guru Gobind Singh Ji coming to the world at the time of Auranga (Aurengzeb along with teh creation of the Khalsa. That Dohra was recited and written down by Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji and not Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji . It is because people regard these apochrypal banis as kachi bani they neither research it or know what part it plays to this panth. No bani is kachi if it was uttered by the true Guru. Raagmala is bani and there should be no doubt esp due to the
  6. The banis are not part of the Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji we see today however the karninama is one of those extra banis shown in that Granth by Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji written in Mecca. Although it is not part of the Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji today, parts of it are recited by every Sikh today following ardas. Teh pangti is "Raj Karega Khalsa Akhi Rahai Na Koi Kwaar Hoi Sabh Milingai Bachai Saran Jo Hoi" There Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Birs written in 1705 which are still dated and available to see today have the Raagmala after the Mundavani. In both of the Granths, following the Raagmala you wil
  7. I have checked Salok Mahalla 9 is in the Sri Guru Granth Sahib PDF before the saloks of farid and kabir. The other banis you see are consistant with the kartaprpur and bhai banno wali bir
  8. A Puratan Sarup of the Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji from 1714 AD. This Saup has been digitised into a PDF and is downloadable from the literature section of the site. The link to the PDF is below http://www.gurmatveechar.com/books/Puratan.Sri.Guru.Granth.Sahib.Da.Saroop.Dated%201714AD.(GurmatVeechar.com).pdf
  9. can a copy of it be put online. i have been trying to get hold of this pothi for ages
  10. Will there be recordings or publications available to purchase????
  11. the worhip of a formless non transcendant form of God
  12. Too much to read but a good article, the advances in the movement by Sankara was immense along with his teekas which createda great revival in monotheistic worship
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