Part 13: Stubborn Mindedness

Destruction of Stubborn Mindedness (ਮਨ ਹਠ): Stubbornness is repudiated (Khandan) by the Gurbani. A stubborn person is a person of blind-mind (Manmukh). So the Gurbani time and again hints us … Continue reading“Part 13: Stubborn Mindedness”

Part 12: Stubborn Mindedness

Pilgrimage (Tirath Yatra…) in Stubborn Mindedness (ਮਨ ਹਠ): Other religions of the world recommend, suggest, encourage pilgrimage. Why? Golak (money)! The Gurbani neither recommends, nor suggests, nor encourages pilgrimage. But, … Continue reading“Part 12: Stubborn Mindedness”

Part 11: Stubborn Mindedness

Counting Beads: The edict of the Sri Guru Granth Sahib (SGGS) is that telling beads or counting beads is worthless — “Phokat”, of no value, etc. Read More

Part 10: Stubborn Mindedness

Cooking Separate Food In Stubbornness (ਮਨ ਹਠ) Before and during the time of Baabaa Nanak’s Journey on this earth, Brahmins or Pundits in their stubborn mindedness or fanaticism used to … Continue reading“Part 10: Stubborn Mindedness”

Part 8: Stubborn Mindedness

Reading And Listening Scriptures In Stubbornness (ਮਨ ਹਠ) Today, in the Gurdawaaraa the page to page reading of Sri Guru Granth Sahib called Akhand-Paath is sold to the public in … Continue reading“Part 8: Stubborn Mindedness”