Truth is so simple and evident, and yet so elusive! In order to teach the world, all 35 contributors of the Sri Guru Granth Sahib (SGGS) used terms that were… Continue reading Vaisakh is Beautiful!
Once again — with the plastic smiles — it’s that time of annual ‘Parpanch’ or ‘Pakhand‘ (ostentation, show off, hypocrisy, Mayaic affair, artifice etc.) to greet or send messages saying ‘HAPPY… Continue reading Happy New Year!
In addition to analogies, similes, allegories, metaphors, idioms, euphemism, symbolic expressions, figurative or mystic representations and illustrations, the Sri Guru Granth Sahib (SGGS) has also used days of the week… Continue reading Seven Days of a Sikh
People consider ਬੁਧਵਾਰ (Wednesday) Shubh (of good omen, happy, auspicious, fortunate, propitious, welcome, lucky, etc.). Things people don’t do on on Tuesday, they don’t mind taking care of them on… Continue reading Wednesday
We are conditioned from the childhood to consider ਮੰਗਲਵਾਰ or Tuesday as Ashubh (unfortunate, inelegant, bad, untoward, potentious, evil, ill-omened, ill-boding, unfavorable, inauspicious, calamity, ill-luck, and so on.). Consequently, people… Continue reading Tuesday