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Understanding Gurbani

As a TRUTH Crafterrrrrrrrrrrrrrr,()here i commence Sharing this Idea (ਗ੝ਰ ) with all, as per the will & grace of (ਪ੝ਰਸਾਦਿ) SatGurBani

  • A TRUTH Crafterrrrrrrrrrr's ਗ੝ਰ Gurbani / WILL / SECRET / TACT / PLAN / VISION / INTENT / COMMANDMENT / TRUTH can be realised / appreciated / glorified / understood / perceived / comprehended / envisioned / shared / applied / desseminated / popularised / enjoied / personalisedਪ੝ਰਸਾਦਿ only through the grace of TRUE Name

Falsehood: It is an attribute of a society wherein more than one person jointly believe in , advocate & misguide Masses for enmassing wealth . An Act / acts of gifting a logically & Socially False statement / idea / proposal / sugession / recommendation to a people in public.

Guru: Guru in Human Form e.g. Guru Nanak. Nanak never calls himself Guru, neither does any of Nanak's Nanak. It is fans (us Sikhs ) out of reverance honour him that way.Similarlly all Fake & self styled 'FalseHood prapogators alias Gurus' may or may not call / claim themself as dyhdharee gurus but misguided & exploited followers mismerised by the massive publicity campaigns launched by using the money & muscle power sealed & harboured by the 'Haves' ensure that 'Have Nots' remain that way.dyhdharee Shiri Shiri So & So .....Mahatma Satgur chogee ji ....yogiji.....Ram Raheem ji ....etc etc etc & their supporters keep the Show of FALSEHOOD live & kicking.the spirit of the issue is best expressed in Nanak's own wordsasankh cor hram Kor..... Nanak Speaks the Unspoken Truth

Gur(u): One Shabad. One Paragraph of Satgurbani conveying One Theme.

Gur: myra stigur pUra. Entire Satgurbani


Entire Human race can be devided in Three parts:-

  • ManMukhs/Sikh Look Likes rot in FALSEHOOD
  • Iany (Ignorents) are explioted by ManMukhs
  • Siany (SikhsWise are rarest of the rare who stay at life long battle against FALSEHOOD & TERRORISM.

TRUE Sikh.s keep the company of Sianas & motivate Ianas to join in Sadh sangat....for NAAM become truthful to the commandments of SatGurBani.....aap jpyy avry naam japavyy......through NAAM JAAN & NAAM DAAN

Sikh.:Nanak mannia maniayy, bujheeyy Gur parsad(i) Accept a person as truthfull being(Sikh.) if he claims so, however understand him as a truthful person (Sikh. only if He meets the Gurbani Standards.

Khalsa Nanak Singh's Standard of Sikhi

Nanak's yard is yard plus (38 inches) (as every thing in Sikhi is--10 Rs is 11, 100 Rs is 101, chautha pyyhs (3Hrs after Murga) is Sava Pyyhr(3.25 Hrs after Murga)

except for the rarest of the rare, bulk of the Sikh look alikes I have come accoss, are only 3 inches long as against the expected length of 38 inches . There are those who are -(minus)38 inches also.........

t'ha koI na suJeI jo 3is gun koy kry....can not think of any one who is receptive to even one of the countless virtues of 'Lord TRUTH '

ih bhe daat tyre datar.......Oh 'Lord TRUTH this indifference to Commandments of SatGurBani is also your Own gift O Lord. Your ways can not be comprehended --Mutia 09:51, 17 August 2007 (EDT)

from MANMUKH to....... KHALSA, the TRUTH (GOD) incarnate

Those who do not recognize, acknowledge believe in and walk on this & only this Path are manmukhs.--Ang 1054

Sikh Syyhjdharee

...COMMITS himself & offers nothing but Shis HEAD to one Guru & God in one SatGurBani


Sikh Marriage

"They are not said to be husband and wife who merely sit together. Rather they alone are husband and wife, who have one soul in two bodies."....................--page 788


Any One, who calls himself a GURMUKH... ....COMMITS himself & SPEAKS NOTHING but GurBani in the languge of the listener



Khalsa: ONE ETERNAL Truth


These are the Popular Banis of Sikhism

Mool Mantar | Japji | Jaap | Anand | Rehras | Benti Chaupai | Tav-Prasad Savaiye | Kirtan Sohila | Shabad Hazaray | Sukhmani | Salok Mahala 9 | Asa di Var | Ardas

Holy Book

Japji Sahib

These are the Popular Banis of Sikhism

Mool Mantar | Japji | Jaap | Anand | Rehras | Benti Chaupai | Tav-Prasad Savaiye | Kirtan Sohila | Shabad Hazaray | Sukhmani | Salok Mahala 9 | Asa di Var | Ardas