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Ikoankar Sat Gur Prasad!

Sri Vaheguru Ji Fateh!

-- Granth Panth Khalis Vartanta --

Jatha Nihang Singha - Press Release

The Tenth Master, Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaj immortalised their role in history at the Vaisakhi Amrit Sanchar of 1699. By bowing before the Khalsa Panth and asking to receive the immortal nectar, Amrit, the world would for centuries chant “Great great is Guru Gobind Singh, He is both the Master and Servant”. This humble legacy created by Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji is evident in their writings contained within the Sri Sarbloh Granth, in which a portion of the scripture is dedicated to the praise of the dual institution of Guru Granth and Guru Panth.

It is with great pleasure that we announce the release of the CD titled ‘Granth Panth Khalis Vartanta’ – ‘Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji showers the Khalsa Panth with boons and blessings.’ The first track on the CD features recitation of Gurbani by Baba Sukhdev Singh from Sri Sarbloh Granth in praise of the Guru Khalsa Panth and Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji. Following this there is discourse on select verses by Jathedar Baba Tarlok Singh Ji Khyale Vale.

The writings of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji form the root of the Khalsa Panth, as shall be evident from this discourse. It is the writings of the Tenth Guru which expound the Khalsa Rehat and declare the supreme divine magnificence of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji whom grants the Khalsa Panth with boons and blessings. One also finds in the Bani contained on the CD reference to the Sikh kakkars, origins and greatness of Vaheguru Mantr, Creation of the Khalsa, living standards for the Khalsa to adhere to and the importance of Gurbani Santhiya. Evidently, this work poses substantial importance for those seeking to understand and replicate the historically legitimate practises and beliefs of the Khalsa Panth in its purest form.

Jathedar Baba Tarlok Singh, being a well recognised scholar of the Sikh faith and a member of the warrior saint Nihang Singh community, eloquently presents this unique landmark in which he fluently elaborates on some of the most fundamental aspects of the Sikh faith. He draws upon history, tradition, philosophy and wider literature to contextualise the content at hand and bring a greater level understanding to the listener. The diversity of knowledge contained within the discourse ranges from meditation technique to stories of Sikh heroes who attained the supreme Khalsa status as described by Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

The CD will be available free of charge around the world at various Nagar Keertans at Vaisakhi 2010. To participate and do seva in your city please contact: media@nihangsingh.org.

The CD will also be available to download free of charge on www.NihangSingh.org

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Ikoankar Sat Gur Prasad!

Sri Vaheguru Ji Fateh!

-- Granth Panth Khalis Vartanta --

Jatha Nihang Singha - Press Release

The Tenth Master, Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaj immortalised their role in history at the Vaisakhi Amrit Sanchar of 1699. By bowing before the Khalsa Panth and asking to receive the immortal nectar, Amrit, the world would for centuries chant “Great great is Guru Gobind Singh, He is both the Master and Servant”. This humble legacy created by Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji is evident in their writings contained within the Sri Sarbloh Granth, in which a portion of the scripture is dedicated to the praise of the dual institution of Guru Granth and Guru Panth.

It is with great pleasure that we announce the release of the CD titled ‘Granth Panth Khalis Vartanta’ – ‘Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji showers the Khalsa Panth with boons and blessings.’ The first track on the CD features recitation of Gurbani by Baba Sukhdev Singh from Sri Sarbloh Granth in praise of the Guru Khalsa Panth and Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji. Following this there is discourse on select verses by Jathedar Baba Tarlok Singh Ji Khyale Vale.

The writings of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji form the root of the Khalsa Panth, as shall be evident from this discourse. It is the writings of the Tenth Guru which expound the Khalsa Rehat and declare the supreme divine magnificence of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji whom grants the Khalsa Panth with boons and blessings. One also finds in the Bani contained on the CD reference to the Sikh kakkars, origins and greatness of Vaheguru Mantr, Creation of the Khalsa, living standards for the Khalsa to adhere to and the importance of Gurbani Santhiya. Evidently, this work poses substantial importance for those seeking to understand and replicate the historically legitimate practises and beliefs of the Khalsa Panth in its purest form.

Jathedar Baba Tarlok Singh, being a well recognised scholar of the Sikh faith and a member of the warrior saint Nihang Singh community, eloquently presents this unique landmark in which he fluently elaborates on some of the most fundamental aspects of the Sikh faith. He draws upon history, tradition, philosophy and wider literature to contextualise the content at hand and bring a greater level understanding to the listener. The diversity of knowledge contained within the discourse ranges from meditation technique to stories of Sikh heroes who attained the supreme Khalsa status as described by Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

The CD will be available free of charge around the world at various Nagar Keertans at Vaisakhi 2010. To participate and do seva in your city please contact: media@nihangsingh.org.

The CD will also be available to download free of charge on www.NihangSingh.org

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