This post is a part of our posts entitled “Who is the True Guru in Sikhi?“, and “Sikhi of the Pujaaree-Vaad“. As we will see in the following pages, taking… Continue reading Gur Charan Kamal, Gur Charan Dhoorh and Gur Moorat
This post is part of our posts entitled “Gur Charan Kamal, Gur Charan Dhoorh and Gur Moorat“, and “Sikhi of the Pujaaree-Vaad“. There are 35 contributors of the Sri Guru… Continue reading Who is the True Guru in Sikhi?
Literally, Chully (ਚੁੱਲੀ) is to take a handful of water for external cleansing. Specifically, at the so called “Sarovars” or Tirath Asthaan (even at local Gurdawars), ignorant people take Chully… Continue reading Chully – Handful Of Water
Generally of orange or saffron color, a Siropa (pronounced Siropaa – ਸਿਰੋਪਾ ) is a garment, scarf or a length of cloth. You might have often seen Siropa giving/taking ceremonies… Continue reading Siropa
The edict of the Sri Guru Granth Sahib (SGGS) is that telling beads or counting beads is worthless — “Phokat”, of no value, etc. It’s so because the Divine (Divine… Continue reading Gurbani Disapproves Counting Beads