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
First off, the Gurmat Wisdom of the Sri Guru Granth Sahib (SGGS) does NOT create SANTDOM or SAADHDOM or DERAA-VAAD! The Gurbani is NOT meant to regurgitate nonsense Karamkaand (rituals,… Continue reading Deraa-Vaad Sants
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
This post is a part of our posts entitled ‘Who is the True Guru in Sikhi?’ and, ‘Gur Charan Kamal, Gur Charan Dhoorh and Gur Moorat‘. ‘Sikh‘ literally means a… Continue reading Sikhi of the Pujaaree-Vaad
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 True Guru in Sikhi!