The term Sant (ਸੰਤ) is derived from the Sanskrit sat (ਸਤ) and seen to have several literal interpretations in English: sage, holy person, true, hermit, pure, Mahatma, etc. Derived from… Continue reading Sant and Saadhoo Defined
In order to impart the Truth (ਸਚ), all 35 contributors of the Sri Guru Granth Sahib (SGGS) have used terms that were already within the use and within the psyche… Continue reading Vaisakh is Beautiful!
First off, the Gurmat (Wisdom, Giaan, Upadesh or Way of the Sri Guru Granth Sahib, SGGS) rejects symbolism and Karamkaand (formalities, ritualism). Second, the Gurbani is not written for Yogis,… Continue reading Gurbani Defines True Yoga and Yogi
NO, NO, NO….! As a matter of fact, the revolutionary ‘Soch-ਸੋਚ’ (thinking) of the Gurus and Bhagats did not mean at all to regurgitate the then exiting crafty, blind, unjust,… Continue reading Is Gurbani Merely Meant to Regurgitate What Already Existed Before Gurus?
When we hear this term ‘love’ (‘ਆਸਕੀ”: Aashakee), what immediately comes to the mind is a picture of a man and a woman having the fleeting lusty pleasure rising from… Continue reading True Love and Lover