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  1. I found this on a IG Page, what are your views on this? ਨਮਸਕਾਰ ਸ੍ਰੀ ਖੜਗ ਕੋ Namaskar Sri Kharag Ko Satguru Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaj does ਨਮਸਕਾਰ (Namaskar) - gives respect and bows down to the ਸਰਬ ਸ੍ਰਿਸਟ ਖੜਗ - Creator of the Universe, not the physical war or physical destroyer. Guru ji is doing namaskar to ਅਕਾਲ ਪੁਰਖ - ਸ੍ਰੀ ਖੜਗ) - showing how Bibek Budhi is pure and a form of god itself, which does (ਖੰਡਨ)- destroys Avgun (ਅਵਗੁਣ) - bad vices and the ignorant, and once hit no one can escape its (vaar) - Strike. This Bibek Budhi protects (Santokh) and cut
  2. The universality of one and all as per the Sri Akal-Ustat. Inscribed by Akali-Nihung Guru Gobind Singh Ji as a profound analyzation of the divine theatre, the Sri Akal-Ustat is a Bani housed in the Sri Dasam Granth which provides a spiritual perception of unity and oneness. Despite his martial and regal status, Akali-Nihung Guru Gobind Singh was foremost a divine soul and subsequently viewed creation as an extrapolation of one divine master. The latter is evident from an incident, during his battles with Aurangzeb, where captains of his forces detained and presented a Sikh named Kanihyaa befo
  3. Taken from sikhsangat.com 325th Charitar missing in Puratan Dasam Granth Bir! Baba Natha Singh Jee was a Nagarchi Singh of Guru Gobind Singh Jee Maharaaj. Guru jee gave him shastars, sarbloh simrana, kanghaa etc. at Damdama Sahib, Talwandi Sabo before leaving for Nanded. Guru Jee ordered Baba Natha Singh to do parchar in Punjab. One puratan bir of Guru Granth Sahib and one puratan bir of Dasam Granth Sahib have been found at this place. In the puratan Dasam Granth bir, 325th Charitar of Charitropakhyan is missing. missing. When Guru Gobind Sin
  4. Basics of Sikhi have done a 30 odd minute video, on the 10th Kings' Granth. It is a really good video, and although short, it provides a very good understanding of the Granth, and addresses some of the issues that have been discussed here on Sikhawareness i.e. authorship, status, and whether we can bow to it etc.
  5. 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 recitin
  6. Found this. Some pages are missing but there is enough there to give a taste of the contents. https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=qe6WnpbT2BkC&pg=PA180&lpg=PA180&dq=gursharan+kaur+jaggi&source=bl&ots=UGf53GS57G&sig=ACfU3U2KLfFLpE682E8VGfqlSNf9CODAig&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwitmIjl6P_gAhXiQxUIHf_zDQI4ChDoATAEegQIBhAB#v=onepage&q=gursharan kaur jaggi&f=false
  7. Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh. I want to ask for my friend. She lives in a bad area, where there are all lot of bad boys. There is the risk of get rapped. She told about her fears, and she said that she always try to meditate on simran. But her fears are not little fears, she told here it's not possible to walk alone, the guys always says bad things when you are passing, and there are a lot of news about girls get rapped. She is going to get Amrit as soon as possible, she said the next Amrit Sanchaar. I thought about Dasam Granth, I have listened a lot of sakhis, about Dasam
  8. Have edited this as I was confused over the author of the steek. But here is the link foir anyone interested. http://www.damdamitaksalitaly.it/Pages/Gurbani/Gurbanisteek/STEEK SRI DASAM GRANTH SAHIB.html
  9. Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Wahguru Ji Ki Fateh! I love books on Indian martial arts, which are quite rare. The following is a list of about a dozen Indian martial arts books I have read. Please kindly post the titles and info of any books you know of. Thanks! The Art of Gatka Fighting - Authored by K. S. Akali in 1936. More sports-like than martial arts-like. Just some soti techniques. Pentra seems incorrect. Gatka: Book 1 - Dance of the Sword - Authored by Nanak Dev Singh Khalsa. First published in the mid 1980s. Kalarippayat - Authored by Dick Luijendijk. Published in 2008.
  10. Dear All, I have received this email from a group called "Sikhs helping Sikhs." It is a statement purported to be written by Lord Indarjit Singh. If it is true and it is his own statement, then this is one guy we need to keep an eye on. He is "up there" in government and had a lot of influence on Sikh matters in the UK, upto the point of being involved in formulating Sikh religious studies syllabus. If this is still the case, we should not have people like him in such positions. The email: To the Gurdwara Boards East Africa & other Sikhs concerned about rec
  11. Has anyone read a book called "Poetics of Dasam Granth" by Dr Darshan Singh? Dr Sahib has written this book from a poet's perspective and has given some valuable insights in the compositions of this Granth, and some of the revelations in this book are quite profound. One of the things he says at the beginning of the book is the fact that people have been looking/approaching this granth only from an academic point of view, without actually reading and understanding it from a poet's viewpoint. It made me think that there are an increasing number of nindaks, and their fanclubs (as we have seen
  12. IK ONKAAR SRI WAHGURU JI KI FATEH Khalsa ji i want to ask several ques. On sarabloh granth. Nihang singh have a tradition of respecting all the three granth (sggs, sdgs, and ssg). They say that sarbloh granth is a sacred and secret granth from all because british and mughals were destroying the granths thats why this is a secret granth. I have a ques. that sarbloh granth appeared in late 19 th century, none of the courtcourt poets of guru gobind singh maharaj has ever said or quoted any bani of sarabloh granth, in sarabloh granth there are many anti-sikh bani: In japj
  13. Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh. I was reading quite a few articles and books in regards to Sri Dasam Granth Sahib Jee and I've discovered a few facts and I have a few theories about Sri Dasam Patshah's Granth. If one were to inspect the various Versions of Sri Dasam Granth Sahib Jee ( SGPC version, Bhai Randhir Singh Version, Hazoor Sahib Version, Anandpur Sahib Version, and so on) we'd find quite a lot of discrepancies and consistency in Birs when compared to each other. As we all know, Sri Dasam Granth Sahib was with strenuous effort, compiled by Bhai Mani Singh Ji
  14. Trying to find links to the digitised Steek uploads for Dasam Granth Sahib by Pandit Narain Singh. I believe they were uploaded by Prabhjot Singh in past and I only managed to download the first two volumes. I believe there are 8 volumes in total. Can anyone help? Thanks in advance.
  15. The Profound Play of Intelligence and Ignorance. The crucial basis of the Dasam Granth, and the Sri Sarbloh Granth, orbits the perpetual battle between intelligence and ignorance. These dual notions, as per Akali-Nihung Guru Gobind Singh Ji, are a permanent attribute of the present platform of creation. The latter is a profound reiteration found amongst his works, collated in the Dasam Granth. Plausibly the greatest discernment of the battle between intelligence and ignorance is housed in the Chaubis Avatar or the Twenty-Four Avatars in the Dasam Granth. This composition, replete with poetic
  16. Wahe Guru Ji Ka Khalsa Wahe Guru Ji Ke Fateh Piaree sangat Ji ,I came across a booklet which explains ALL OF THE DASAM GRANTH IS NOT SIRI GURU GOBIND SINGH JI's The booklet ( English part of it) has been scanned and attached to this thread . May be N3O can ask Giani Sher Singh Ji I know this topic is a bit of a delicate subject , any thoughts authenticity of the authors findings dgscan0001.pdf dgscan20001.pdf
  17. The traditional view about the Sri Dasam Granth Sahib –‘The Global Vision of Guru Gobind Singh that is’. A rejoinder to IJ Singh: 'Sikhi: The Global Vision That Was' By Gurinder Singh Mann & Kamalroop Singh, UK, February 2012. ‘Sach kahon lun lehu sabhai, jin prem kio tin hi prabh paio’ ‘I proclaim the truth, listen all, those who are absorbed in love realise the Lord’ This tukh from the Sikh nitnem always hits hard, it resounds in my mind at the crescendo of the prayer. It always resonates deeply, and it seems to that the Guru intended this to be the case. He emphas
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