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, deluded or hypocrite… Continue reading Gurbani is not Meant to Regurgitate what Already Existed Before Gurus
The Gurmat Wisdom of Sri Guru Granth Sahib (SGGS) is of universal nature — for all situations, for all occasions, and for all locations! The Gurus and Bhagats were not… Continue reading Use of Fantastic Idioms by Bhagat Kabeer Jee!
There are 35 contributors of the Sri Guru Granth Sahib (SGGS), including Six Guru Sahibaan. Although there are 35 contributors, still the entire Gurbani (from page 1 of the SGGS… Continue reading True Guru in Sikhi!
‘Rahat’ (ਰਹਤ) simply means a WAY OF LIFE. For a Sikh (a learner of the Sri Guru Granth Sahib, SGGS) the Unique Way of life is the Gurmat (Giaan–Wisdom of… Continue reading Sri Guru Granth Sahib on Rahat
The Gurbani asks us to (Spiritually) inquire into this mind (“Khoj-ਖੋਜ” = search, investigation, exploration, quest, finding examination, inquiry, and so on). Since the Gurbani is timeless, we can apply… Continue reading Gurbani Says Investigate the Mind