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Baba Atal Rai
Baba Atal Rai (c. 1619 - 23 July, 1627) was born in 1619 AD at Amritsar to Guru Hargobind sahib, the sixth Sikh Guru and Mata Mahadevi, daughter of Bhai Daya Ram Marwah of Mandeala.
From early age he was intelligent, lively and a deeply religious boy. He was called 'Baba' because he carried a wise head over his young shoulders. (Here Baba means, wise old man).
He used to play every evening with his age-mates and tell them many wise things. Whatever he said, even in jest, had some deep humane meaning. All his playmates loved, respected and obeyed him. Guru Hargobind was specially fond of him.
The Guru used to take him in his lap, cuddle him and say, 鈥淕od has given you much power. Don鈥檛 make a show of it. If you have to use it, use it with caution and wisdom. Don鈥檛 waste it away on little things鈥. Baba Atal Rai used to say in reply, 鈥淥 True King, all the power that I possess I have obtained from you. Your storehouse can never be empty. Therefore, I may use it to my heart鈥檚 content. It will never be used up.鈥
Bibi Kaulan, the daughter of Lahore鈥檚 Qazi had been a dedicated devotee of Guru Hargobind sahib. Kaulsar Sarovar (Pool) was built by Guru Hargobind sahib in her memory. .....More
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Bhai Santokh Singh
Bhai Santokh Singh, (1787 - 1843) the noted author of six important literary works - Naam Kosh, Guru Nanak Parkash, Garb Ganjni Teeka, Balmik Ramayan, Atam Purayan Teeka and his magnum opus, Sri Gur Partap Suraj Granth aka Suraj Parkash, was born on 8 October 1787.
He was the son of Bhai Deva Singh and Mata Rajadi, professional cloth printers of Nurdin village, also known as Sarai Nurdin, 7 km northwest of Tarn Taran in Amritsar district of the Punjab, India.
His father, though poor, was educated and well versed in the sacred texts. He sent his son, after preliminary education at home, to Amritsar where he became a pupil of Giani Sant Singh (1768 - 1832), a renowned man of letters and custodian of Sri Darbar Sahib.
After having studied Sikh Scripture and history, Sanskrit language and literature, poetics, philosophy and mythology at Amritsar for about 15 years, Santokh Singh moved to Buna, an old town on the right bank of the Yamuna in the present Yamuna Nagar district of Haryana, some time before 1813.
There he established himself as a writer, poet, and preacher. .....More
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Sri Damdama Sahib
.....that Takhat Damdama Sahib is one of five takhats or Seat of Authority of the Sikhs. This takhat is situated at Batinda in Punjab, India and is the place where Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Guru of the Sikhs prepared the full version of the Sikh Scriptures called Sri Guru Granth Sahib in 1705. What are the names of the other four Takhats?
.....that the Sikhs believe that all life, including human life, comes from God. God is the Creator of the universe and the force that keeps it in existence.
.....that for the Sikhs, the final goal of life is to reunite or merge with God (Mukti). The Sikh Gurus taught that to achieve this goal it was important to work hard at developing positive human qualities which lead the soul closer to God.
.... that the Guru Granth Sahib provides guidance for Muslims!; Yes, no other historical Islamic verse holds such strong contempt for Muslims who fail to carry out the daily Nimaz as can be attributed to Hazrat Baba Sheikh Farid as recorded in the Shri Guru Granth Sahib.
Sakhi of the month
Drought and Ardas
Once there was no rain in a particular area for an extended period resulting danger to the crops. In some areas, the crops had already been destroyed.
So the local people of that area decided to do Ardas - a prayer or supplication to God so that their crops may be saved. Many hundreds of people gathered together at the designated place for this Ardas.
While this gathering was in progress, a passing Sikh Saint stopped by. He asked one of the crowd why there was such a big crowd gathered and what was the purpose of the gathering. One of them told the Sikh Saint that that they had gathered here to do Ardas because the crops will be destroyed in the absence of rain; they were going to ask God for rain.
The Saint said that was a good thing that they were doing an ardas but he did not see anyone carrying an umbrellas or "barsatie" (rain coats)鈥. When Waheguru (God) accepted your Ardas then there will be lot of rain. One group leader laughingly said, "But we do not know whether it will rain or not."
The Saint said, "How will your Ardas be accepted when you do not have faith in Waheguru" . He told them all to go home .
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AngloSikh war - Battle of Baddowal monument (near Mullanpur)Photo by panoramio Amarpal S. Sidhu - see more at Ludhiana
Today: Monday, July 24, 2017 is
Nanakshahi Sawan 9, 549
#8226; July events #8226; Nanakshahi month of Sawan #8226; Nanakshahi calendar #8226;
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Blessed is that heart, within which the Lord's Glorious Praises are sung...
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Guru Granth Sahib page 107
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Badshah Darvesh Album by Bhai Daleep Singh Arshi
Watch this full video (62.5 mins long) of beautiful album named 'Badshah Darvesh' consisting of several amazing shabads. It is sung by Bhai Daleep Singh Arshi; the producer is Babli Singh under the label Shemaroo. .....Read, #160; #160; watch, listen amp; ponder...
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Sikh Taxi driver's story on 9 News
Watch this video (1.60 mins) on YouTube of the a Sikh cabbie in Australia who has set an example of honesty after he returned 110,000 Australian dollars to passengers who had left the bundle of cash in his taxi. The incident happened in Melbourne recently (October 2013) when the cab driver Lakhwinder Singh Dhillon was doing his routine job of picking and dropping passenger .....Watch, listen, read amp; ponder...
Can Hindu law cover Sikhs, Jains amp; Buddhists asks the Supreme Court If Sikhism, Jainism and Buddhism are separate and distinct religions, can followers of these faiths be bracketed as Hindus under the Constitution and be governed by Hindu personal law, the Supreme Court asked before issuing notice to the Centre and attorney general G E Vahanvati.
Film reveals Canadian Sikh community鈥檚 World War I stories - On Remembrance Day another little known part of Canadian history was brought to light by the hour-long documentary 鈥淐anadian Soldier Sikhs: A Little Story in a Big War.鈥
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On the 28th March 2012, a new YouTube channel was launched for the global Sikh community. Basics of Sikhi has released more than 40 videos focusing on spreading the wisdom of the Sikh Gurus. The main philosophy of the channel is to simply teach the basics wisdom of Guru in a way that avoids..... #8594; read more
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Ho gholee jeeo ghol ghumaaee
This wonderful Shabad on page 96 of Guru Granth Sahib is by Guru Arjan Dev. It is beautifully sang by Dr Gurnam Singh. "Ho gholee jeeo ghol ghumaaee" means "My mind longs for the Blessed Vision of the Guru..." .....Listen, read amp; enjoy...
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Rasna japti tuhi tuhi
Watch this video (8.48 mins long) of a beautiful Shabad by Guru Arjan Dev in Raga Sarang sang by Bibi Asees Kaur, Bibi Deedar Kaur amp; jatha - "My tongue chants Your Name, just Your Name. In the mother's womb, You sustained me, and in this mortal world, You alone help me. (1)Pause." .....Read, #160; #160; watch, listen amp; ponder...
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January 2017 / 548 #160; #160; #160; #160; 13 Magh
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