Posted by Siri Guru Granth Sahib& filed under 05-Guru Arjan, Shabad Guru
This Shabad is by Guru Arjan Dev Ji in Siri Guru Granth Sahib on Page 1120
Kaedhaaraa mehalaa 5 ||
Kaydaaraa, Fifth Mehla:
Pria kee preeth piaaree ||
I love the Love of my Beloved.
Magan manai mehi chithavo aasaa nainahu thaar thuhaaree || rehaao ||
Posted by Sikh Dharma International& filed under 07-Guru Har Rai, Gurpurbs, Sikh History
Gurpurb of Guru Har Rai
January 31, 2016
(Collage artwork of Guru Har Rai and his animals created by children in Sunday School at Siri Singhasan e Khalsa Gurdwara, Española, New Mexico, USA)
Guru Har Rai was only 13-years-old when he became the 7th Sikh Guru. His Grandfather, Guru Hargobind, was Guru before him. His son,…
Posted by Kamalroop Singh& filed under 10-Guru Gobind Singh, Gurpurbs
In remembrance of the birthday of Guru Gobind Singh ji Maharaj – The Lord of Radiance.
A story that really touched my heart about the Guru is about the poet laureate of the Tenth Master, Bhai Nand Lal ji. He was a scholar of Persian and Arabic in the Court of the Mughal…
Posted by Bibiji& filed under 11-Siri Guru Granth Sahib, Bani, Our Authors, Shabad Guru, Sikh Dharma Technology
Adapted from Living Reality by Bhai Sahiba Dr. Bibiji Inderjit Kaur Khalsa, Page 87.
Guru Ram Das says . . .
"Baanee guroo guroo hai baanee
Vich baanee amrit saaray.
Gur baanee kehai sayvak jan maanai
Partakh guroo nistaaray."
"Bani is the Guru and Guru is the Bani.
In the Bani are…
Posted by Shanti Kaur Khalsa& filed under 10-Guru Gobind Singh, Gurpurbs, Our Authors, Sikh History
by SS Shanti Kaur Khalsa
The late seventeenth century was a brutal time in India. The world had the noose of the Kali Yuga around its neck, the age of darkness, and it was pinching deeply. It was a time where it was punishable by death to sit next to someone of higher rank. …
Posted by Sikh Dharma International& filed under 01-Guru Nanak, The Guru
Tolerance is an Essential Sikh Value
Guru Nanak, the first Sikh Guru, had an experience of divine enlightenment. He was immersed under the waters of the Kali Bien River for three days. When he was found his first utterance was, “there is no Hindu, there is no Muslim”. At first this statement…