Chasing Mirage

To instill the Spiritual Knowledge in us (Brahm-Giaan), the Gurbani compares the world appearance to a mirage, which appears to be real to a deluded mind (mirage of Maya, illusion, … (more →)

Liberation From Slavery Of Outer Domination

Unlike all world religions, the Gurbani (SGGS) liberates us from the slavery of the outer domination. For example, all religions of the world tell you that God (or whatever name … (more →)

Gurbani Defines Naam

“Naam” is one of the terms often used willy-nilly and fully exploited by the crafty Pujaaree-Group (priest-class, Ragi, Parchaarak, Deraavaad …). Not knowing or understanding the Gurbani’s definition of the … (more →)

True Guide Of Practical Spirituality

The Gurbani is a true Guide of practical spirituality. For the Sri Guroo Granth Sahib (SGGS) is very practical, down-to-earth… Spirituality is not merely going to a Gurdwara once a … (more →)

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.), literally meaning “He who removes … (more →)

Frozen Mind!

Since the mind is responsible for man’s all troubles and Freedom from them, the Gurbani asks the mind be frozen, here and now! The frozen mind simply means: The mind … (more →)

Gurbani Defines Nirankaaree

There are many terms in the Gurbani we use loosely or willy-nilly! One of these terms is “Nirankaaree” (ਨਿਰੰਕਾਰੀ). The Gurbani teaches us that becoming “Nirankaaree” is not a question … (more →)