Gurbani Defines Harmandir

The name “Harmandir” is made of two terms: “Hari” and “Mandir“. “Hari” denotes our Mool within (Source, Origin, Root, Jot, Raam, Gobind, Allah, Prabh, etc.). And “Mandir ” denotes “abiding-place, …

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The Gurmukh Never Grows Old!

The Gurbani talks about two mentality-groups living together on earth: (1) the “rare” Gurmukhs (Daas, Bhagat, Jan…) who live the Divine Life, and (2) the rest – Manmukhs, Saakat, Mayadhaaree, …

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Veneration Of Dead Brings No Good To Dead Or Others

It’s not that the Sri Guru Granth Sahib (SGGS) rejects only religious Karamkaand (rituals), but the Truth is It rejects all sorts of Karamkaand (rituals). For example, the SGGS rejects …

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Gurbani On Religious Paraphernalia

The Sri Guru Granth Sahib (SGGS) rejects decorating the mortal or transitory human body with religious paraphernalia. Because, in the end, when the dead body is placed on pyre or …

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O Wandering Mind! Come Home

The Spiritual Knowledge (Brahm-Giaan) of the Gurbani is meant to annihilate body-consciousness (Mayaic-mind, Haumai…) and jolt us into Mool-abidance (Source, Origin, True Nature,  Joti, Gobind, Raam, Hari, Allah…). But this …

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