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Satguru Ji de janam divaas diyaan forum de sangat ji nu krodh vadhaiyan.

To celebrate in the most appropriate fashion, for those of you in the UK, please try your best to come to the Dukh Bhanjan all night simran programme tonight at Havelock Road - Southall.

There will be hundreds of people form all across Europe coming to repeat Vaheguru's sublime name in unison and in the most beautifu way.

Again don't worry about dress code, where what you want - just make sure clothing is comfortable and warm i.e. kurta and shawl etc.

http://rajacademy.com/

Click on the page 2 tab of the announcements box on the front page.

Vaheguru ji ka Khalsa Vaheguru ji ki Fat-heh

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'Sree Naanak Purushotamam Param, Paraavar Naath

Yugal Charan Mam Bandnaa Dhar Par Dharikari Maath'

Sri Guru Nanak Dev Maharaj Ki Jai

Happy Gurpurb veer,

can you please shed light on this mangalcharan? what does it mean? i got little zist of it, what day is better than this day to learn about mangal charan which is ustat of sri guru nanak dev ji.

:D

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Lets have a go (apologies for any errors);

Its the famous opening mangalacharan in Kavi Santokh Singh Ji's 'Sri Nanak Prakash' often used in sampradai mangalacharans.

- Sri Naanak, Satguru Maharaj, the 'n-anek' being the singular or not many

- Purushottam, the 'utam' or highest among 'purush' or human beings/persons (this is traditionally given as an epithet of Bhagvaan in avatar form as Ram or Krishna emphasising the superiority of that apparent human form, in accordance with the stance of Kavi Santokh Singh that Satiguru is puran Hari avtar)

- Param, 'greatest'

- Praavar Naath, 'praavar' most superior master (in this context meaning superior to the realm of devtay)

- Yugal, 'both'

- Charan, Satiguru Maharaj's lotus 'feet'

- Mam, 'my'

- Bandanaa, namaskaar, salutations

- Dhar, the ground

- Par, on

- Dharikari, is placing

- Maath, head

So;

Oh Sri Nanak, greatest and most superior of beings, the master of all

I place my head to the ground in salutations to both your lotus feet

Happy gurpurab

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Lets have a go (apologies for any errors);

Its the famous opening mangalacharan in Kavi Santokh Singh Ji's 'Sri Nanak Prakash' often used in sampradai mangalacharans.

- Sri Naanak, Satguru Maharaj, the 'n-anek' being the singular or not many

- Purushottam, the 'utam' or highest among 'purush' or human beings/persons (this is traditionally given as an epithet of Bhagvaan in avatar form as Ram or Krishna emphasising the superiority of that apparent human form, in accordance with the stance of Kavi Santokh Singh that Satiguru is puran Hari avtar)

- Param, 'greatest'

- Praavar Naath, 'praavar' most superior master (in this context meaning superior to the realm of devtay)

- Yugal, 'both'

- Charan, Satiguru Maharaj's lotus 'feet'

- Mam, 'my'

- Bandanaa, namaskaar, salutations

- Dhar, the ground

- Par, on

- Dharikari, is placing

- Maath, head

So;

Oh Sri Nanak, greatest and most superior of beings, the master of all

I place my head to the ground in salutations to both your lotus feet

Happy gurpurab

Simply beautiful!!!

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During Celebration of sri guru nanak dev ji avtar purb, here is the divan dedicated to sri guru nanak dev ji janam divas:

right click and save target as : :D

http://www.gurmatveechar.com/audio/katha/01_Puratan_Katha/Sant_Ishar_Singh_%28Rara_Sahib_wale%29/101-150/125--Sant.Isher.Singh.%28Rara.Sahib.Wale%29--Janam.Din.Guru.Nanak.Dev.Ji.Ransubae.mp3

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On 11/24/2007 at 4:24 PM, tSingh said:

Lets have a go (apologies for any errors);

 

Its the famous opening mangalacharan in Kavi Santokh Singh Ji's 'Sri Nanak Prakash' often used in sampradai mangalacharans.

 

- Sri Naanak, Satguru Maharaj, the 'n-anek' being the singular or not many

- Purushottam, the 'utam' or highest among 'purush' or human beings/persons (this is traditionally given as an epithet of Bhagvaan in avatar form as Ram or Krishna emphasising the superiority of that apparent human form, in accordance with the stance of Kavi Santokh Singh that Satiguru is puran Hari avtar)

- Param, 'greatest'

- Praavar Naath, 'praavar' most superior master (in this context meaning superior to the realm of devtay)

- Yugal, 'both'

- Charan, Satiguru Maharaj's lotus 'feet'

- Mam, 'my'

- Bandanaa, namaskaar, salutations

- Dhar, the ground

- Par, on

- Dharikari, is placing

- Maath, head

 

So;

 

Oh Sri Nanak, greatest and most superior of beings, the master of all

I place my head to the ground in salutations to both your lotus feet

 

Happy gurpurab

Wow amazing. 

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