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Takhat Sachkhand Sri Hazoor Sahib Rehras, Ardas and Aarti


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Gurfateh

Maybe this is old news to some of you, but T-Series have just released 'Sodar Rehras Sahib te Aarti' by Bhai Binod Singh ji Hazoori Rehrasia at Takhat Sachkhand Sri Hazoor Sahib. The recording also includes Ardas with nagara. Likewise Rehras is Sampooran Rehras Sahib Abchal Nagar di maryada style.

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Gurfateh

Although the Taksal gatka is stated as Sampooran rehras, it omits quite a few other dohras, chaupais and swaiyas from what are considered the oldest, most complete sampooran rehras (Sri Takhat Sachkhand Hazoor Sahib and Buddha Dal maryada di rehras).

This is a full detailed list of the Dasam Bani section of Sri Hazoor Sahib rehras. You will need a Buddha Dal gutkha for all the extra dohrae, chaupai and swaiyae:

starts:

1) Chapai from 'Buhur asur ka kaatus matha' hence shorter here than Buddha Dal rehras

2) Chaupai 'humanri karo...'

3) Aril 'Sunai...'

4) Chaupai 'Sumbut..'

5) Kabibach Dohra 'jo nij prabh mo...'

6) Dohra 'har har...'

7) Dohra 'jub aais prabh ko...'

8) Kabibach Dohra 'Thand beyo...'

9) Dohra 'jai jai tumray...'

10) Dohra 'Tin bediyan ke..'

11) Dohra 'Thikir four...' - minor detail; Hazoor Sahib break this into a second Dohra at 'Tegh Bahadur ke chulut...' whereas Buddha Dal runs straight through.

12) Swaiya 'chutri ko poot ho...'

13) Dohra 'Dasam katha...' - minor detail; this is the second half of the Buddha Dal's longer Dohra from the same section of Krishnaavtar

14) Swaiya 'Dhan jio teh ko...'

15) Dohra 'Raam katha...'

16) Chaupai 'Jo eh kathaa...'

17) Dohra 'Netr tung..' - minor detail; again Sri Hazoor Sahib break this into a second dohra at 'sadh asadh..' whereas Buddha Dal run straight through

18) Swaiya 'Pai guhai..'

19) Dohra 'Sugul dwar ko...'

I haven't got a Taksali guthka, so I can't recall which of these they have in their rehras.

Also, Buddha Dal guthka have more dasam bani than Sri Hazoor Sahib in rehras.

Does anyone know about the Nanaksar rehras, which I've been told is extended?

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The ardas w/ nagara on this CD is a bit pitter patter. T-Series put out a tape of recordings from Sri Takhat Patna Sahib, afew years back on which the nagaras during ardas sound like slapping metal drums (BOOM!)

The best nagara playing I've heard was at the aarti at Nirmal Panchayti Akhara in Kankhal (not biased here at all). The two young lads totally pounded the poor thing, which made for some amazing clattering. Musically speaking, one was rolling it into rimshots (the same effect you hear on a lot of dub recordings), whilst the other was going full at it, hitting the drum in the middle for that gut-thumping, which made it defeaning and eeriee!

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jtSingh, are you a drummer? Rimshots and all...

The ardas w/ nagara on this CD is a bit pitter patter. T-Series put out a tape of recordings from Sri Takhat Patna Sahib, afew years back on which the nagaras during ardas sound like slapping metal drums (BOOM!)

The best nagara playing I've heard was at the aarti at Nirmal Panchayti Akhara in Kankhal (not biased here at all). The two young lads totally pounded the poor thing, which made for some amazing clattering. Musically speaking, one was rolling it into rimshots (the same effect you hear on a lot of dub recordings), whilst the other was going full at it, hitting the drum in the middle for that gut-thumping, which made it defeaning and eeriee!

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Just been listening to it, and thought it was worth mentioning that the Ardas has some similarity to the Nirmala ardas. The Hazoor Sahib ardas mentions a much greater list of places including many key historical sites - it also, akin to the Nirmala ardas, mentions ishnan in Ganga and Godavri.

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