Gurbani

The ”’Mul Mantar”’ (Punjabi: ਮੂਲ ਮੰਤਰ, Mūl Maṃtar, pronounced Mool Mantar) is the first composition in the Sikh holy text and Great Living Guru, the Guru Granth Sahib Ji, written in Punjabi. It is a series of affirmations and is the basis of Sikh theology,...

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Bhai Kanhaiya Ji (1648–1718), was a Sikh of Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Ji and was requested to establish the Sevapanthi or Addanshahi order of the Sikhs by Guru Gobind Singh Ji. Bhai Sahib was born in a Dhamman Khatri family of Sodhara near Wazirabad in...

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This symbol ੴ pronounced Ek Onkar is the symbol that is used to represents the “One Supreme Reality” or “One God.” This is the symbol that appears at the beginning of the Guru Granth Sahib Ji. Its the icon that starts the holy text which...

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Guru Maneyo Granth (English: Consider the Granth to be the Guru), refers to the historic statement of the 10th Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh (1666–1708), shortly before his death affirming the sacred text Adi Granth as his successor, thus terminating the line of human Gurus....

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Guru Arjan Dev Ji, the 5th guru, composed this prayer of benediction, “Poota Mata Kee Asees,” which expresses a mother’s hope for her child’s well being, and a plea that her child shall always love God. This prayer may be sung or recited at anytime, or...

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aavhu sikh satguroo kay pi-aariho gaavhu sachee banee. Come, O beloved Sikhs of the True Guru, and sing the True Word of His Bani. banee ta gaavhu guroo kayree baanee-aa sir banee. Sing the Guru’s Bani, the supreme Word of Words. Jin ka-o nadar karam hovai hirdai tinaa samaanee. Those...

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We know Punjabi’s writing language is Gurmukhi. But we know who invented it? Why and how it came in society? Please read sakhi below to know more about Gurmukhi. Guru Angad invented the present form of the Gurmukhi script. It became the medium of writing the...

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