Vaisakhi Khalsa Sajna divas

Sab sikhan ko Hukam hai guru manyo Granth – Jyoti jot divas Guru Gobind Singh
Joti jot means the day Guru Gobind Singh ji left his heavenly abode in 1708, at Hazur Sahib(Nanded) Maharashtra India.

This quote “All Sikhs are commanded to take the Granth as Guru” is by the last living Guru for the Sikhs, Guru Gobind Singh Ji. This was proclaimed by Guru ji when he felt that his call from Heaven had come and it was time for him to pass the successorship (gur gadi).

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Why call her Bad? From her, Kings are born

Guru Nanak Dev Ji, believed men and women are equal and therefore women cannot be considered inferior. To woman we marry, of woman are we born, of woman conceived, by woman is the civilization continued. It is by woman that the entire social order is maintained. Then “why call her bad? From her Kings are born”

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By standing still we overtake those that are running

Let’s look at Stress & Anxiety, what it is and what can we do about it. Anxiety can be defined as our body’s response to stress. It is a feeling of fear or apprehension about future – what going to happen?  Fear is a dominant emotion of our mind, ingrained in us from thousands of

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May we learn to be like a river… Mundaka Upanishad

We hold onto many things that we don’t need. Physical objects and Events. May you flow like a river….

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Man breaks flowers with one hand & offers with other hand

Guru Har Rai ji wrote this quote: “Man breaks flowers with one hand and offers them with the other, but the flowers perfume both hands alike.
The axe cuts the sandal tree,
yet the sandal perfumes the axe.“ in a letter.

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Nanak naam Jahaj hai, chadhe so utre paar

The following lines “Nanak naam jahaj hai, chadhe so utre paar“, are often chanted by Sikhs. They were not written by Guru Nanak or appear in Sri Guru Granth Sahib.  “Nanak naam jahaj hai, chadhe so utre paar.Jo sharda kar sevda, gur paar utaran haar.” Dohra  Meaning of Quote is:  “O Nanak, the name of

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The happiest people make time to deliberately celebrate Gratitude

Our brains are hardwired for In-Gratitude. Neuro biologists call it Negativity bias of the brain. This served us well when things were rough and we had to be alert and ready. This tendency tends causes us to be negative, inclines us to focus on what is wrong, look at faults and find flaws. So what

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Whosoever has come shall depart – Guru Nanak

Death is Inevitable:Gurbani teaches us that the death is inevitable. It is law of the nature.Whosoever is born must die. Rich and poor, young and old all have die one day. Guru Nanak Dev Ji on the subject of death has written following quotes in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji: ਜੋ ਆਇਆ ਸੋ ਚਲਸੀ ਸਭੁ ਕੋਈ ਆਈ ਵਾਰੀਐ ॥(474-2)jo aa-i-aa so chalsee sabh

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Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s Teachings: Kirat Karo, Naam Japo, Vand Chako

On the occasion of Guru Nanak Dev’s Ji’s birthday let’s Read & Reflect on Guru ji’s main teaching for Sikhs.  Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s teachings are summarized as the Three Pillars of Sikhism: Kirat Karo Naam Japo Vand Chako Kirat Karo Guru Nanak Dev Ji asked the Sikhs to live as householders and practice “Kirat”:

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Sab sikhan ko Hukam hai guru manyo Granth – Jyoti jot divas Guru Gobind Singh

Sab sikhan ko Hukam hai guru manyo Granth – Jyoti jot divas Guru Gobind Singh
Joti jot means the day Guru Gobind Singh ji left his heavenly abode in 1708, at Hazur Sahib(Nanded) Maharashtra India.

This quote “All Sikhs are commanded to take the Granth as Guru” is by the last living Guru for the Sikhs, Guru Gobind Singh Ji. This was proclaimed by Guru ji when he felt that his call from Heaven had come and it was time for him to pass the successorship (gur gadi).

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