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We all know that our Sikh youth go to Gurdwara and just stand outside and talk to each other and spend time with friend rather than exploring the spiritual life of sikhism. If they are not inside the gurdwaras and on top of that if they living in western countries then surroundings are not Sikhism inspiring and that's what takes them away from Sikhism.

I was think what do you think if we give youngsters Dhadhi wars with beats so they love the beats and play them in cars that way at leas they will listen to it and will get inspired.

Please discuss it....

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from wat i understand of that message - its dhadhi jatha lyrics - and preaching with musical beats??

well if thats wat u mean - theres already an album like that

called immortal shaheedi :wink:

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Have u heard of the Mool mantra sung by Simran Kaur and Kirtan Singh,

It was an instant hit in Toronto, and was played many times on the radio.

I listen to it most of the time on my laptop , sleepin, studyin...

Here is the link

http://www.sikhnet.com/Sikhnet/music.nsf/e...1f!OpenDocument

I read somewhere that first you have to clear your mind with the mool mantra, and then the recite the waheguru mantra.

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Have u heard of the Mool mantra sung by Simran Kaur and Kirtan Singh,

It was an instant hit in Toronto, and was played many times on the radio.

I listen to it most of the time on my laptop , sleepin, studyin...

Here is the link

http://www.sikhnet.com/Sikhnet/music.nsf/e...1f!OpenDocument

I read somewhere that first you have to clear your mind with the mool mantra, and then the recite the waheguru mantra.

wooo... thats really good... thanx for the link... :)

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  • 1 month later...

WJKK WJKF

I think there is nothing wrong with listening to music of that sought. immortal shaheedi is a good album and it has some great lyrics. As long as people learn from the music then there is nothing wrong with that.

Jazz

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Have u heard of the Mool mantra sung by Simran Kaur and Kirtan Singh,

It was an instant hit in Toronto, and was played many times on the radio.

I listen to it most of the time on my laptop , sleepin, studyin...

Here is the link

http://www.sikhnet.com/Sikhnet/music.nsf/e...1f!OpenDocument

I read somewhere that first you have to clear your mind with the mool mantra, and then the recite the waheguru mantra.

really nice..:)

thanx a lot :)

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Khalsa Ji,

The mool mantra or waheguru mantra should be japped inside your heart automatically .... what use is listenning outside.. if it is not being recited inside subconsciously?

as for mool mantra being japed before waheguru mantra. These things are matter of opinion, There are no rules. Guru only sees love and not rules.

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