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Gurbani is our Guru. Reading and understanding our Guru is the first step to know our Guru. This Academy is establish to cater this needs. Join the Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Academy to read Gurbani, Listen to Gurbani, Study the History of our Gurus and understand Gurbani, so that we can follow HIS path. It is the route to Happy, Content and Stress Free life

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Today we are celebrating Bandi Chor Divas commemorating the release of Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji from the Gwalior Fort. The liberator Guru released 52 prisoners (Rajput Kings) by asking them to hold onto his Chola's Kliaan (pleats). We have attached the image of the Chola below. This day coincides with Diwali and has been celebrated in Sri Harmandir Sahib since the times of Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji (Ref: Mahankosh by Bhai Kahn Singh Nabha).
This day of Diwali is when congregations used to be held in Guru's Darbar and it is evident with the Hukamnamas issued by Guru Jis commanding the Sanggat to come into congregations. We have attached 2 Hukamnamas of Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Ji and 1 Hukamnama of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji mentioning Diwali.
Lastly, this is also the day for which Bhai Mani Singh Ji Shaheed gave his life.
May the Khalsa traditions flourish always!

(To read more get a copy of Jivan Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Ji by SGGS Academy)
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Today we are celebrating Bandi Chor Divas  commemorating the release of Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji from the Gwalior Fort. The liberator Guru released 52 prisoners (Rajput Kings) by asking them to hold onto his Cholas Kliaan (pleats). We have attached the image of the Chola below. This day coincides with Diwali and has been celebrated in Sri Harmandir Sahib since the times of Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji (Ref: Mahankosh by Bhai Kahn Singh Nabha). 
This day of Diwali is when congregations used to be held in Gurus Darbar and it is evident with the Hukamnamas issued by Guru Jis commanding the Sanggat to come into congregations. We have attached 2 Hukamnamas of Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Ji  and 1 Hukamnama of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji mentioning Diwali. 
Lastly, this is also the day for which Bhai Mani Singh Ji Shaheed gave his life. 
May the Khalsa traditions flourish always! 

(To read more get a copy of Jivan Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Ji by SGGS Academy)

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In conjunction with the Gurta Gaddi Divas of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji we will be having a Seminar, Kirtan and Katha at Gurdwara Sahib Pusing Perak Malaysia on 21st Oct 2017 (more details in the poster below); We hope to see you soon! ... See MoreSee Less

In conjunction with the Gurta Gaddi Divas of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji we will be having a Seminar, Kirtan and Katha at Gurdwara Sahib Pusing Perak Malaysia on 21st Oct 2017 (more details in the poster below); We hope to see you soon!

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9th October 1992 - Shaheedi of Bhai Sukhdev Singh Sukha and Bhai Harjinder Singh Jinda

Today, we commemorate the martyrdom of the warriors who lived up to the glorious name of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji by punishing General Vaidya who was one of the culprits to launch an attack on Sachkhand Sri Harmandir Sahib. Despite being offered acquittal from all the charges filed against them, they decided to remain steadfast on the grounds of truth. This led to them being sentenced to death by hanging. Baba Thakur Singh Ji of Damdami Taksal used to pay them visits in the jail to make sure everything was fine and also to give them senthia of Gurbani. After being sentenced to death, these warriors gave the judge and his family clothes to appreciate the fair and just decision made by him. Upon being sent back to the jail, they distributed ladoos (sweets) to all the inmates. The fellow inmates assumed that they were acquitted by the court but instead, they were sentenced to death. Sukha and Jinda both were glad beyond words to get the golden opportunity of sacrificing themselves for the sake of truth and the Panth. They were hung at 4am on 9th of October 1992 and left on the noose for 30 minutes before their bodies were taken down. According to their families, Bhai Sukhdev Singh Sukha and Bhai Harjinder Singh Jinda remained in high spirits till their last breath and their final words were jaikaras.

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9th October 1992 - Shaheedi of Bhai Sukhdev Singh Sukha and Bhai Harjinder Singh Jinda 

Today, we commemorate the martyrdom of the warriors who lived up to the glorious name of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji by punishing General Vaidya who was one of the culprits to launch an attack on Sachkhand Sri Harmandir Sahib. Despite being offered acquittal from all the charges filed against them, they decided to remain steadfast on the grounds of truth. This led to them being sentenced to death by hanging. Baba Thakur Singh Ji of Damdami Taksal used to pay them visits in the jail to make sure everything was fine and also to give them senthia of Gurbani. After being sentenced to death, these warriors gave the judge and his family clothes to appreciate the fair and just decision made by him. Upon being sent back to the jail, they distributed ladoos (sweets) to all the inmates. The fellow inmates assumed that they were acquitted by the court but instead, they were sentenced to death. Sukha and Jinda both were glad beyond words to get the golden opportunity of sacrificing themselves for the sake of truth and the Panth. They were hung at 4am on 9th of October 1992 and left on the noose for 30 minutes before their bodies were taken down. According to their families, Bhai Sukhdev Singh Sukha and Bhai Harjinder Singh Jinda remained in high spirits till their last breath and their final words were jaikaras. 

Our salutation to the martyrs!

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TODAY back in Katak Vedhi 2, 1591 Bk. (Thursday, 2nd November 1534 A.D.), Guru Ram Das Ji was born. The people of Lahore rejoiced with happiness and there was an abundance of food for everyone. It was literally like a ‘river of milk’ flowing through the city.
Guru Ram Das Ji had fair complexion, handsome figure, pleasant and smiling face and did not weep or cry in the manner of an ordinary child.
Since birth, Guru Ram Das Ji was bestowed with powers to keep away the curse of death, he grew up to be an intelligent obedient youth.
Guru Ram Das Ji had a very pure personality and developed love for the Almighty. He was a very strong minded person with high spiritual virtues such as contentment, endurance, patience, sacrifice, generosity, charity, tolerance, mercy, etc. Whenever he played with his friends he would talk about the importance of Almighty’s meditation and motivated his friends to meditate as well.
(Ref: Life of Sri Guru Ram Das Ji- SGGS Academy)
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TODAY back in Katak Vedhi 2, 1591 Bk. (Thursday, 2nd November 1534 A.D.), Guru Ram Das Ji was born.  The people of Lahore rejoiced with happiness and there was an abundance of food for everyone.  It was literally like a ‘river of milk’ flowing through the city.
Guru Ram Das Ji had fair complexion, handsome figure, pleasant and smiling face and did not weep or cry in the manner of an ordinary child.
Since birth, Guru Ram Das Ji was bestowed with powers to keep away the curse of death, he grew up to be an intelligent obedient youth.
Guru Ram Das Ji had a very pure personality and developed love for the Almighty. He was a very strong minded person with high spiritual virtues such as contentment, endurance, patience, sacrifice, generosity, charity, tolerance, mercy, etc. Whenever he played with his friends he would talk about the importance of Almighty’s meditation and motivated his friends to meditate as well.     
(Ref: Life of Sri Guru Ram Das Ji- SGGS Academy)

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‘Life of Sri Guru Angad Dev Ji- The Saviour of Endurance ’ by SGGS Academy

The biography of Sri Guru Angad Dev Ji is now available for purchase at the price of RM30 only. The book contain one of the most complete Jivan of Guru Ji and a special pullout page four times the size of the book on Guru Ji's lineage (never before published in English)!
Get your copy today from Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Academy HQ (Wisma Tatt Khalsa) or send us a message or give a call to Gurmeet Singh at +6016 323 3058. It is surely worthwhile to read on Guru Ji's celebrated Jivan as Bhatt Talh has rightfully mentioned that upon gazing on Guru Angad Dev Ji, the pains of birth and death are alleviated!
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‘Life of Sri Guru Angad Dev Ji- The Saviour of Endurance ’ by SGGS Academy

The biography of Sri Guru Angad Dev Ji is now available for purchase at the price of RM30 only. The book contain one of the most complete Jivan of Guru Ji and a special pullout page four times the size of the book on Guru Jis lineage (never before published in English)! 
Get your copy today from Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Academy HQ (Wisma Tatt Khalsa) or send us a message or give a call to Gurmeet Singh at +6016 323 3058. It is surely worthwhile to read on Guru Jis celebrated Jivan as Bhatt Talh has rightfully mentioned that upon gazing on Guru Angad Dev Ji, the pains of birth and death are alleviated!

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-THE LIBRARY PROJECT-
It’s now the 13th year since Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Academy was established and since then various publication has been produced to enrich and cultivate virtues through the treasure we inherited from the life of our 10 Guru’s and now from our eternal living Guru, Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji. The opportunity for all to acquire knowledge and wisdom through sincere practice has successfully benefited the community enormously.
In order to continue this endeavour, we appeal for your cooperation to contribute books to our existing library.
How you can help?
It's relatively easy to do and makes a huge difference to the range of our collection. You can help us maintain the breadth of our collection by donating books to the Library in the following ways:
• You can donate any religious literature, manuscript or book, which are left behind by your elders written in any language.
• You can allow us to digitise any religious literature, manuscript or book which you would like to preserve.
• If you are a veteran author, you can donate copies of your work. This helps to ensure that the work reaches a very wide audience and continues to be available to the profession over a number of years.
• You can give a cash gift and allow us to buy a book from our selection on your behalf.
• You can buy a book from our preferred publisher and it will be delivered to us directly.
We assure you that your contribution will be preserved for our future generation and some will be even be published as course book in our future undertakings.
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-THE LIBRARY PROJECT-
It’s now the 13th year since Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Academy was established and since then various publication has been produced to enrich and cultivate virtues through the treasure we inherited from the life of our 10 Guru’s and now from our eternal living Guru, Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji. The opportunity for all to acquire knowledge and wisdom through sincere practice has successfully benefited the community enormously.    
In order to continue this endeavour, we appeal for your cooperation to contribute books to our existing library.
How you can help?
Its relatively easy to do and makes a huge difference to the range of our collection.  You can help us maintain the breadth of our collection by donating books to the Library in the following ways:
• You can donate any religious literature, manuscript or book, which are left behind by your elders written in any language.
• You can allow us to digitise any religious literature, manuscript or book which you would like to preserve.
• If you are a veteran author, you can donate copies of your work. This helps to ensure that the work reaches a very wide audience and continues to be available to the profession over a number of years.
• You can give a cash gift and allow us to buy a book from our selection on your behalf.
• You can buy a book from our preferred publisher and it will be delivered to us directly.
We assure you that your contribution will be preserved for our future generation and some will be even be published as course book in our future undertakings. 
‘Your Contribution is Our Commitment’
If you wish to contribute, please contact us through 
our Facebook; Email -   sggsacademy@hotmail.com or 
Call: Gurmeet Singh at +6016-3233058

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Nishan Singh SarabhaYou can pick pdf books from our whatsapp Library group of SGGS Academy, India

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Today on Asu Vedi, 5, 1596 (6th October 1539) Guru Nanak DevJi came to the Dharmsala, called for the Sangat and asked Bhai Lehna to sit on the Gadhi (throne). Guru Ji also called both his sons and they arrived at the Dharmsala. Guru Ji looked at Bhai Lehna with full love, took five “paisa” and a coconut, went around Bhai Lehna three times and placed the five “paisa” and coconut in front of him and bowed before him. On seeing this Bhai Lehna became terrified and dumbfounded. He thought that this is totally against his respect to Guru Ji and said, “You are the Creator and the crown of all, the king of the kings. The body that you have bowed to deserves pain; this is not proper, just by seeing this I am suffering in pain.”
Guru Nanak Dev Ji instructed Baba Buddha Ji to place the mark (tilak) of Guruship on Guru Angad Dev Ji’s forehead.
Hearing this, Guru Ji granted his grace and said, “Now you shall remain silent, do not utter any other words. Whatever you say will come true. Never again say such things. Listen to this order of mine – you are now the Guru of this entire universe. From now on your name is Angad. I have made you from my own body/limb (“Ang”). Reveal the Simran of the Almighty’s True Name. Start the Sikhi tradition everywhere."
Saying this Guru Ji’s form turned enormously beautiful. It was similar to an extensively beautiful shining light as if the burning torch was lighting another.
A Sikh is made the Guru by bestowing Guruship on him. This is like Guru Ji had made the Ganges River to flow backwards. This practice of honouring a servant was against the practice of the world. Guru Ji seated Bhai Lehna on the same throne and told everyone “Whosoever is my Sikh shall salute and bow to these feet (Bhai Lehna’s). The way you all treat my form, so shall you do to him and accept him in your mind.”
Listening to Guru Ji’s command Baba Buddha Ji was the first Sikh to accept Guru Angad Dev as the Guru followed by many other Sikhs who immediately got up to prostate before Guru Angad Dev Ji. Nonetheless, both Guru Ji’s sons never got up and sat there in their own self pride. Guru Ji instructed them to get up and bow to Guru Angad Dev Ji. They answered, “This is your disciple. We are your sons and we deserve the throne. How can we bow? We will not do what is not worthy for us.” Saying this they went back home.
Guru Ji’s sons did not obey Guru Ji’s orders. At that time Guru Ji did not say anything.
Baba Buddha Ji anointed the tilak on Bhai Lehna who was 35 years of age at the time of his accession to the Guruship. Thus Bhai Lehna became the spiritual successor of Guru Nanak Dev Ji who thus separated the age-old tradition of inheritance from the institution of Guruship.
Reference: Jivan Guru Angad Dev Ji by Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Academy
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Today on Asu Vedi, 5, 1596 (6th October 1539) Guru Nanak DevJi came to the Dharmsala, called for the Sangat and asked Bhai Lehna to sit on the Gadhi (throne). Guru Ji also called both his sons and they arrived at the Dharmsala. Guru Ji looked at Bhai Lehna with full love, took five “paisa” and a coconut, went around Bhai Lehna three times and placed the five “paisa” and coconut in front of him and bowed before him. On seeing this Bhai Lehna became terrified and dumbfounded. He thought that this is totally against his respect to Guru Ji and said, “You are the Creator and the crown of all, the king of the kings. The body that you have bowed to deserves pain; this is not proper, just by seeing this I am suffering in pain.” 
Guru Nanak Dev Ji instructed Baba Buddha Ji to place the mark (tilak) of Guruship on Guru Angad Dev Ji’s forehead.
Hearing this, Guru Ji granted his grace and said, “Now you shall remain silent, do not utter any other words. Whatever you say will come true. Never again say such things. Listen to this order of mine – you are now the Guru of this entire universe. From now on your name is Angad. I have made you from my own body/limb (“Ang”). Reveal the Simran of the Almighty’s True Name. Start the Sikhi tradition everywhere. 
Saying this Guru Ji’s form turned enormously beautiful. It was similar to an extensively beautiful shining light as if the burning torch was lighting another. 
A Sikh is made the Guru by bestowing Guruship on him. This is like Guru Ji had made the Ganges River to flow backwards. This practice of honouring a servant was against the practice of the world. Guru Ji seated Bhai Lehna on the same throne and told everyone “Whosoever is my Sikh shall salute and bow to these feet (Bhai Lehna’s). The way you all treat my form, so shall you do to him and accept him in your mind.” 
Listening to Guru Ji’s command Baba Buddha Ji was the first Sikh to accept Guru Angad Dev as the Guru followed by many other Sikhs who immediately got up to prostate before Guru Angad Dev Ji. Nonetheless, both Guru Ji’s sons never got up and sat there in their own self pride. Guru Ji instructed them to get up and bow to Guru Angad Dev Ji. They answered, “This is your disciple. We are your sons and we deserve the throne. How can we bow? We will not do what is not worthy for us.” Saying this they went back home.
Guru Ji’s sons did not obey Guru Ji’s orders. At that time Guru Ji did not say anything.
Baba Buddha Ji anointed the tilak on Bhai Lehna who was 35 years of age at the time of his accession to the Guruship. Thus Bhai Lehna became the spiritual successor of Guru Nanak Dev Ji who thus separated the age-old tradition of inheritance from the institution of Guruship.
Reference: Jivan Guru Angad Dev Ji by Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Academy

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Today, Bhadron Sudhi 13, 1631 (Bikarmi) 29th September 1574 A.D. at Goindwaal Sahib
(3 days before Guru Amardas Ji, Jothi Joth) Guru Ram Das Ji was Inaugurated as the Fourth Guru Nanak.
Guru Ram Das Ji, the greatest shining star in the clan of Sodhi, is sitting on the throne. One of Guru Ji’s greatness was that he is the first Guru who allowed Maya to serve His court. Sitting on the throne, Guru Ji was looking as though in the sky the fourth sun has risen. Guru Ji is full of miracles and is surrounded by his beloved Sikhs.. The scene is similar of that when the beautiful full moon (puranmasi) is among the stars.
Sikhs who had come from all over the place looking at Guru Ram Das Ji and are saying “He looks like Sri Guru Amar Das ji , currently in him the light of Guru Nanak Dev ji is residing .” Everybody is looking and bowing at Guru Ji.
After three days everybody found out and all of them reached the place where the cremation of Guru Amar Das Ji was carried out. They all stood in front of the crematerium, and their eyes were filled with tears. They were extending condolences to Baba Mohri Ji. Baba Mohan Ji had his head facing downwards. The remains were collected and were kept in a cloth. Baba Sawan Mal was sent to the Ganga river to rest the remains. All the necessary ceremonies were done with lots of love and respect. All got together and sat around Boali Sahib. Devotees arrived in-groups.
The religious singers who were filled with emotions and love were singing Gurbani (keertan). There were many religious congregations held. Daily there was food (langgar) prepared and was served to thousands of people. On the tenth day a variety of food was prepared. In Goindwal there was a huge gathering. Everybody met Guru Ram Das Ji. All the Sadhus had gathered there and was having langgar.
Those Sikhs who were appointed to preach the word of Guru had also arrived with the daswand (ten percent of the income) that they had collected. While giving the daswand to Guru Ram Das Ji they also bowed their heads at Guru Ji’s feet.
Ref: Life of Guru Ram Das Ji by SGGS Academy
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Today, Bhadron Sudhi 13, 1631 (Bikarmi) 29th September 1574 A.D. at Goindwaal Sahib
(3 days before Guru Amardas Ji, Jothi Joth) Guru Ram Das Ji was Inaugurated as the Fourth Guru Nanak.  
Guru Ram Das Ji, the greatest shining star in the clan of Sodhi, is sitting on the throne. One of Guru Ji’s greatness was that he is the first Guru who allowed Maya to serve His court. Sitting on the throne, Guru Ji was looking as though in the sky the fourth sun has risen. Guru Ji is full of miracles and is surrounded by his beloved Sikhs.. The scene is similar of that when the beautiful full moon (puranmasi) is among the stars.  
Sikhs who had come from all over the place looking at Guru Ram Das Ji and are saying “He looks like Sri Guru Amar Das ji , currently in him the light of Guru Nanak Dev ji is residing .”  Everybody is looking and bowing at Guru Ji.  
After three days everybody found out and all of them reached the place where the cremation of Guru Amar Das Ji was carried out. They all stood in front of the crematerium, and their eyes were filled with tears. They were extending condolences to Baba Mohri Ji.  Baba Mohan Ji had his head facing downwards.  The remains were collected and were kept in a cloth.  Baba Sawan Mal was sent to the Ganga river to rest the remains.  All the necessary ceremonies were done with lots of love and respect.  All got together and sat around Boali Sahib. Devotees arrived in-groups.
The religious singers who were filled with emotions and love were singing Gurbani (keertan).  There were many religious congregations held. Daily there was food (langgar) prepared and was served to thousands of people.  On the tenth day a variety of food was prepared.  In Goindwal there was a huge gathering.  Everybody met Guru Ram Das Ji. All the Sadhus had gathered there and was having langgar. 
Those Sikhs who were appointed to preach the word of Guru had also arrived with the daswand (ten percent of the income) that they had collected.  While giving the daswand to Guru Ram Das Ji they also bowed their heads at Guru Ji’s feet.
Ref: Life of Guru Ram Das Ji by SGGS Academy

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Today marks the Joti Jot of Sri Guru Ram Das Ji - The Saviour of Contentment and The Embodiment of Love for Almighty
Below is the narration of Sri Guru Ram Das Ji's preparations of Joti Jot and the last sermons that were given by Guru Ji to His beloved Sikhs and Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji, before merging into His formless form.

Baba Buddha Ji and some Sikhs talked to Guru Ji all night long, no one slept, and all knew Guru Ji was going to merge in his formless form. After midnight, Guru Ji then called Bibi Bhani Ji and all other Sikhs and all sat next to Guru Ji.
Guru Ji then took his bath in the Baoli Sahib and then the singing Almighty’s praises (Kirten) started by Asa Dhi Vaar and other shabads. All sat in the true congregation (sadh Sanggat) and enjoyed the melodies and inspiring kirtan while Guru Ji sat in semadhi (meditation).
All the other people came after hearing about Guru Ji; Asa Dhi Vaar was completed by dawn. Guru Ji folded his hands bowed and said “My dear Sikhs, listen, you are all the beloved Sikhs of Guru Nanak, do remember Waheguru at all times and get liberated, my days have arrived and I shall merge into my formless form. Guru Nanak Dev ji, Guru Angad Dev Ji, Guru Amar Das Ji and the fourth-physical form was mine. The fifth Guru, is Guru Arjan Dev Ji, think of this five Gurus as one form although the physical form changes. The Guru will always be with you in this world as well as the next world and He will carry the weight of all. Whoever thinks of harming a Guru will be entangled in pains throughout the entire life and after.”
Then Guru Ji spoke to Baba Mohan and Baba Mohri Ji, “You are the most wise ones in understanding the principals of the Guru and have always obeyed your father’s orders. Think of Guru Arjan Dev ji as me. Give him the support and be with him. Remember him always and do not forget him.” Hearing this Baba Mohri Ji hold Guru Arjan Dev Ji’s hand and put on his head and said “When Guru Amar Das Ji ordered me, I have obeyed all. You are Guru Ram Das Ji, the most respected and now whoever that you place on the throne to take care of the world, we shall all praise him just as how we all have praised you, I have this faith”
Guru Ram Das Ji said “Dear Mohri Ji , you are great.” Guru Ji then looked at Guru Arjan Dev ji and said “The Pool of Nectar (Amrit Sarovar) is my body, please continue and complete the construction full heartedly, this sarovar will become very famous in the world and this sarovar will liberate and visitors will be blessed with all happiness without any discrimination. This was the advice given to me by Guru Amar Das Ji and this advice is the cause of happiness for all of us. Construct steps in the pool of nectar at all four sides and keep it clean at all times. The pool should be clean so that it may look like a mirror from the sky. This is how the house of Almighty should look like. Keep this advice in your mind and please give priority to the construction of this place” Guru Arjan Dev ji hearing this folded his hands “the doer and all is within your command, I will always make sure and be involved in the construction, till my last breath I shall perform this service, with your blessing I shall keep serving the world, please give me the support and always bless me.”
Guru Ram Das Ji was so happy to hear this and said “You will be very suitable for all this service (sewa).” Saying this, Sri Guru Ram Das Ji left his body and merged into His formless form.

Guruship of Sri Guru Ram Das Ji -
DATE OF GURUSHIP - 29th September 1574 A.D. at Goindwaal Sahib
(3 days before Guru Amardas Ji, Jothi Joth)
Bhadron Sudhi 13, 1631 (Bikermi)

AGE AT GURUSHIP - 40 Years 1 month 26 days

TOTAL AGE - 47 years 16 day

TIME AT GUR GADHI - 6 years 11 months 20 days
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Today marks the Joti Jot of Sri Guru Ram Das Ji - The Saviour of Contentment and The Embodiment of Love for Almighty
Below is the narration of Sri Guru Ram Das Jis preparations of Joti Jot and the last sermons that were given by Guru Ji to His beloved Sikhs and Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji, before merging into His formless form.

Baba Buddha Ji and some Sikhs talked to Guru Ji all night long, no one slept, and all knew Guru Ji was going to merge in his formless form. After midnight, Guru Ji then called Bibi Bhani Ji and all other Sikhs and all sat next to Guru Ji.
Guru Ji then took his bath in the Baoli Sahib and then the singing Almighty’s praises (Kirten) started by Asa Dhi Vaar and other shabads. All sat in the true congregation (sadh Sanggat) and enjoyed the melodies and inspiring kirtan while Guru Ji sat in semadhi (meditation).
All the other people came after hearing about Guru Ji; Asa Dhi Vaar was completed by dawn. Guru Ji folded his hands bowed and said “My dear Sikhs, listen, you are all the beloved Sikhs of Guru Nanak, do remember Waheguru at all times and get liberated, my days have arrived and I shall merge into my formless form. Guru Nanak Dev ji, Guru Angad Dev Ji, Guru Amar Das Ji and the fourth-physical form was mine. The fifth Guru, is Guru Arjan Dev Ji, think of this five Gurus as one form although the physical form changes. The Guru will always be with you in this world as well as the next world and He will carry the weight of all. Whoever thinks of harming a Guru will be entangled in pains throughout the entire life and after.” 
Then Guru Ji spoke to Baba Mohan and Baba Mohri Ji, “You are the most wise ones in understanding the principals of the Guru and have always obeyed your father’s orders. Think of Guru Arjan Dev ji as me. Give him the support and be with him. Remember him always and do not forget him.” Hearing this Baba Mohri Ji hold Guru Arjan Dev Ji’s hand and put on his head and said “When Guru Amar Das Ji ordered me, I have obeyed all. You are Guru Ram Das Ji, the most respected and now whoever that you place on the throne to take care of the world, we shall all praise him just as how we all have praised you, I have this faith”
Guru Ram Das Ji said “Dear Mohri Ji , you are great.” Guru Ji then looked at Guru Arjan Dev ji and said “The Pool of Nectar (Amrit Sarovar) is my body, please continue and complete the construction full heartedly, this sarovar will become very famous in the world and this sarovar will liberate and visitors will be blessed with all happiness without any discrimination. This was the advice given to me by Guru Amar Das Ji and this advice is the cause of happiness for all of us. Construct steps in the pool of nectar at all four sides and keep it clean at all times. The pool should be clean so that it may look like a mirror from the sky. This is how the house of Almighty should look like. Keep this advice in your mind and please give priority to the construction of this place” Guru Arjan Dev ji hearing this folded his hands “the doer and all is within your command, I will always make sure and be involved in the construction, till my last breath I shall perform this service, with your blessing I shall keep serving the world, please give me the support and always bless me.” 
Guru Ram Das Ji was so happy to hear this and said “You will be very suitable for all this service (sewa).” Saying this, Sri Guru Ram Das Ji left his body and merged into His formless form.

Guruship of Sri Guru Ram Das Ji -
DATE OF GURUSHIP -  29th September 1574 A.D. at Goindwaal Sahib
(3 days before Guru Amardas Ji, Jothi Joth)
Bhadron Sudhi 13, 1631 (Bikermi)

AGE AT GURUSHIP - 40 Years 1 month 26 days 

TOTAL AGE - 47 years  16 day

TIME AT GUR GADHI - 6 years 11 months 20 days

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Baljit SinghJust a suggestion. Perhaps when writing this kind of post in future "Today marks the joti jot.." a date should be inserted in so people like me would know the exact date. Apart from that, thank you for always enlightening us 😊

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Today in 1604, Baba Buddha Ji was given the honour to have Aad Granth Sahib on his head while Guru Arjan Dev Ji was waving Chaur. Aad Granth Sahib Ji reached Harmandir Sahib from Ramsar Sahib.
In Harmandir Sahib, Guru Ji sat lower than Aad Granth Sahib, observing this the Sanggat developed so much respect for Gurbani. Further to that, Guru Ji didn’t give any instruction on that day, instead Guru Ji asked Baba Budhha Ji to convey the Hukumnama from Aad Granth Sahib. The first Hukamnama delivered was Suhi Mahala 5: Santa Ke Karaj Aap Keloya Har Kam Kerawan Aayia Ram (SGGS Ang 783).
Respect for Gurbani ;
Guru Ji accompainied by (Guru) Hargobind Sahib Ji sat in the congregation and uttered the sermons in conjuction with the respect for Gurbani. Guru Ji said, “Aad Granth is a ship which can ferry across the entire mankind without going through the hardship of penance. If one focuses his concentration on Gurbani shall attain salvation. Guru in his physical form can only been seen at one place at a time. Aad Granth is the heart of the Guru, which shall remain supreme at all times. Aad Granth is greater than my physical form therefore; Aad Granth deserves higher repect than my physical form. Acknowledge Aad Granth as the master and offer your full reverence.”
Guru Ji instructed Sikhs to consider Gurbani as the highest form of authority and to respect Gurbani more than Guru Ji’s physical body. Guru Ji also specified that whenever Gurbani is to be written it has to be made sure that the spelling, with the correct Gurmukhi letters and vowels (lega-matra) be used.
Guru Ji further said that Gurbani must be read with the correct punctuation and pronunciation and no one should try to add or remove any Shabad, alphabet or vowels from Gurbani. The person who does so will only be showing disrespect and will be a fool and shall regret. No one is allowed to compose new hymns to be added into Aad Granth. It is therefore important that when Gurbani is written and read correctly, the reader will understand the essence of Gurbani and with that start giving utmost respect to Guru ji, the knower of all and will not try to change what Guru Ji bestowed. Reading Gurbani correctly will give the right understanding as with the placing of sihari, bihari, ongkard and dulongkard the meaning becomes different.
Guru Ji indicated that in future, only Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji (added tunes to 9 Ballads), Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Ji and Guru Gobind Singh Ji’s bani would be included in the future.
Whoever worships the Aad Granth will be liberated and shall never face the messengers of death and the pains. Almighty’s Name, which is the most supreme and even the divine knowledge, describes as beyond comprehension. Almighty and His name have no differences. Therefore, Aad Granth is the physical form of Almighty Himself. As much as one respects Gurbani, one will obtain the fruits equally. One should serve Aad Granth with utmost love and have the glimpse of Gurbani for the entire day.
One who reads or listens to Gurbani with focused mind shall have the sermons dwell within his heart. Upon having the glimpse of Aad Granth, a person should fold his/her hands and bow before the Granth. The preachers should preach in accordance to the Gurbani in its principal context without presenting their own logic, thoughts and understanding.
In reality, there is no difference between Waheguru and His creation i.e. the way to attain realisation is through the undoubted faith that Gurbani is the physical form of Waheguru’s Himself and its union in ONENESS is undoubtedly obtained from Gurbani.
Guru Ji adds that the amount of respect that is given to Gurbani, the fruits will be equal. Whenever Sri Guru Granth Sahib is in the visibility, at once with much humility and folded hands one should bow his or her head to Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji. Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji’s darbar (hall) should be decorated and scented. Great is the Sikh who respects and teaches others how to respect Gurbani.
(Reference: Life of Guru Arjan Dev Ji - The Embodiment of Peace by Sri Guru Granth Sahib Academy)
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Today in 1604, Baba Buddha Ji was given the honour to have Aad Granth Sahib on his head while Guru Arjan Dev Ji was waving Chaur. Aad Granth Sahib Ji reached Harmandir Sahib from Ramsar Sahib.  
In Harmandir Sahib, Guru Ji sat lower than Aad Granth Sahib, observing this the Sanggat developed so much respect for Gurbani. Further to that, Guru Ji didn’t give any instruction on that day, instead Guru Ji asked Baba Budhha Ji to convey the Hukumnama from Aad Granth Sahib. The first Hukamnama delivered was Suhi Mahala 5: Santa Ke Karaj Aap Keloya Har Kam Kerawan Aayia Ram (SGGS Ang 783).
Respect for Gurbani ;
Guru Ji accompainied by (Guru) Hargobind Sahib Ji sat in the congregation and uttered the sermons in conjuction with the respect for Gurbani. Guru Ji said, “Aad Granth is a ship which can ferry across the entire mankind without going through the hardship of penance. If one focuses his concentration on Gurbani shall attain salvation. Guru in his physical form can only been seen at one place at a time. Aad Granth is the heart of the Guru, which shall remain supreme at all times. Aad Granth is greater than my physical form therefore; Aad Granth deserves higher repect than my physical form. Acknowledge Aad Granth as the master and offer your full reverence.”
Guru Ji instructed Sikhs to consider Gurbani as the highest form of authority and to respect Gurbani more than Guru Ji’s physical body. Guru Ji also specified that whenever Gurbani is to be written it has to be made sure that the spelling, with the correct Gurmukhi letters and vowels (lega-matra) be used. 
Guru Ji further said that Gurbani must be read with the correct punctuation and pronunciation and no one should try to add or remove any Shabad, alphabet or vowels from Gurbani. The person who does so will only be showing disrespect and will be a fool and shall regret. No one is allowed to compose new hymns to be added into Aad Granth. It is therefore important that when Gurbani is written and read correctly, the reader will understand the essence of Gurbani and with that start giving utmost respect to Guru ji, the knower of all and will not try to change what Guru Ji bestowed. Reading Gurbani correctly will give the right understanding as with the placing of sihari, bihari, ongkard and dulongkard the meaning becomes different. 
Guru Ji indicated that in future, only Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji (added tunes to 9 Ballads), Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Ji and Guru Gobind Singh Ji’s bani would be included in the future. 
Whoever worships the Aad Granth will be liberated and shall never face the messengers of death and the pains. Almighty’s Name, which is the most supreme and even the divine knowledge, describes as beyond comprehension. Almighty and His name have no differences. Therefore, Aad Granth is the physical form of Almighty Himself. As much as one respects Gurbani, one will obtain the fruits equally. One should serve Aad Granth with utmost love and have the glimpse of Gurbani for the entire day. 
One who reads or listens to Gurbani with focused mind shall have the sermons dwell within his heart. Upon having the glimpse of Aad Granth, a person should fold his/her hands and bow before the Granth.  The preachers should preach in accordance to the Gurbani in its principal context without presenting their own logic, thoughts and understanding. 
In reality, there is no difference between Waheguru and His creation i.e. the way to attain realisation is through the undoubted faith that Gurbani is the physical form of  Waheguru’s Himself and its union in ONENESS is undoubtedly obtained from Gurbani. 
Guru Ji adds that the amount of respect that is given to Gurbani, the fruits will be equal.  Whenever Sri Guru Granth Sahib is in the visibility, at once with much humility and folded hands one should bow his or her head to Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji. Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji’s darbar (hall) should be decorated and scented. Great is the Sikh who respects and teaches others how to respect Gurbani. 
(Reference: Life of Guru Arjan Dev Ji - The Embodiment of Peace by Sri Guru Granth Sahib Academy)

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Graduation ceremony at Gurdwara Sahib Kuantan, Pahang, Malaysia for participants who successfully completed 4 year Diploma in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Studies. Congratulation to the graduates for their lifetime achievement and Thanks to the Gurdwara Perbandak committee who extended their support ... See MoreSee Less

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Har AmritSurinder Kaur (Shinda) Thank you Waheguru ji .We finaly complited our diploma in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji studies. Weheguru Tera Shukarana karday han.

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Saminder Deol ShindiTq to the Academy for this mahaan sewa. Dhan Guru De Sikh. Now we are starting round 2.

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Sant Giani Kartar Singh Ji Khalsa Bhindrawale - A True Saint Soldier Possessing the Spirit of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

In his short tenure of 8 years as the 13th Jathedar of Damdami Taksal, he inspired the Panth into excellence by standing for Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji as the one and only Guru who was nothing less than the physical presence of Almighty Himself.

Sant Ji was an orator par excellence. His discourses on Gurbani and History of our Gurus inspired millions to become better Sikhs of the Guru. Thousands of sanggat used to sit for hours listening to his Katha. Sant Ji did Katha on Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji, Sri Dasam Granth Sahib Ji, Suraj Parkash, and many other granths within the Panth. Till today, thousands of Sikhs listen to his Katha which is available online as it brings one closer to the Guru.

Sant Ji was the first to oppose the tyrant government lead by Indira Gandhi. Since then, Damdami Taksal became a huge threat to the tyrants and their plans to finish off every Sikh. This revolution started by Sant Ji was further continued and glorified by Sant Giani Jarnail Singh Ji Khalsa Bhindrawale

On 3 August 1977 AD they were travelling from V. Maleeha (Jalandhar) to Solan and at the station Hussaainpur (near Ludhiana), their car crashed into a tree – where they were critically injured. They were taken to C.M.C. Hospital. Sant Ji refused to undergo a surgery as they did not wish to disrespect any hair on their body as per the Guru's Hukam. Living up to the name of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji, their Code of Conduct and Damdami Taksal, They ascended to Sachkhand here on 16 August 1977. The Gurdwara Gurdarshan Parkash, which they built in memory of Sant Gurbachan Singh Jee Khalsa at Mehta was where they were cremated on 21 August 1977.
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Sant Giani Kartar Singh Ji Khalsa Bhindrawale - A True Saint Soldier Possessing the Spirit of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

In his short tenure of 8 years as the 13th Jathedar of Damdami Taksal, he inspired the Panth into excellence by standing for Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji as the one and only Guru who was nothing less than the physical presence of Almighty Himself. 

Sant Ji was an orator par excellence.  His discourses on Gurbani and History of our Gurus inspired millions to become better Sikhs of the Guru.  Thousands of sanggat used to sit for hours listening to his Katha.  Sant Ji did Katha on Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji, Sri Dasam Granth Sahib Ji, Suraj Parkash, and many other granths within the Panth.  Till today, thousands of Sikhs listen to his Katha which is available online as it brings one closer to the Guru. 

Sant Ji was the first to oppose the tyrant government lead by Indira Gandhi. Since then, Damdami Taksal became a huge threat to the tyrants and their plans to finish off every Sikh. This revolution started by Sant Ji was further continued and glorified by Sant Giani Jarnail Singh Ji Khalsa Bhindrawale

On 3 August 1977 AD they were travelling from V. Maleeha (Jalandhar) to Solan and at the station Hussaainpur (near Ludhiana), their car crashed into a tree – where they were critically injured. They were taken to C.M.C. Hospital. Sant Ji refused to undergo a surgery as they did not wish to disrespect any hair on their body as per the Gurus Hukam. Living up to the name of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji, their Code of Conduct and Damdami Taksal, They ascended to Sachkhand here on 16 August 1977. The Gurdwara Gurdarshan Parkash, which they built in memory of Sant Gurbachan Singh Jee Khalsa at Mehta was where they were cremated on 21 August 1977.
Our elders have lived up to the name of the Guru with their remarkable lifestyle. Lets not let it go to waste. 

Blessed are those who walk on the Gurus Path fearlessly

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ATMA- The Real Self is a series of short videos on the subject of realisation of spirituality and oneness in the light of Gurbani. Viewers may watch by clicking the link below or the QR code;

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ATMA- The Real Self is a series of short videos on the subject of realisation of spirituality and oneness in the light of Gurbani. Viewers may watch by clicking the link below or the QR code;

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXBk-6IMyjbuW8Ep1RnPh4ghlessvZNR1

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Family Samelan 2017 at Aberfoyle, Scotland. More than 180 SGGS Academy's family members gathered together for a week of family quality time, mind boggling discussions, quizzes, interactive sessions, games both indoor and outdoor, tracking into the wilderness surrounded by beautiful Scottish countryside and many more.
All the above was made more enjoyable by the presence of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji brought and kept in full regalia fit for the king of all kings.
We look forward for 2018 to spend our time with the Sanggat who come from many corners of the UK

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Family Samelan 2017 at Aberfoyle, Scotland. More than 180 SGGS Academys family members gathered together for a week of family quality time, mind boggling discussions, quizzes, interactive sessions, games both indoor and outdoor, tracking into the wilderness surrounded by beautiful Scottish countryside and many more.
All the above was made more enjoyable by the presence of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji brought and kept in full regalia fit for the king of all kings.
We look forward for 2018 to spend our time with the Sanggat who come from many corners of the UK

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Today marks the 361st Perkash of Sri Guru Har Krishan Sahib Ji - Our Eighth Guru. Savan Vadi 9 1713BK/ 14th July 1656AD
Concentrate on Sri Har Krishan,
Seeing whom all sorrow and suffering are dispelled.
(Sri Guru Gobind Singh: Chandi Di Vaar Pauri 1)

Only a transparent veil separates the personality of Guru Har Krishan from the Supreme Being. The whole divine being of Sri Guru Har Krishan is burning with the excellences and gifts of Almighty's grace: All seekers of the blessings of Almighty wait at his door. Everything from the sky to the earth is under the normal and spiritual order controlled by his divine wishes.
(Bhai Nand Lal, Ganjnamah 94-5)

Sri Guru Har Krishan Ji became the Guru in the most delicate time in the Indian history when the ruler was vigorously imposing his mandate in shaping the country’s political and social direction. Although in His very young age, Guru Har Krishan Ji was conscious of the fact as the Universal Guru to uphold the touch of truth which is inherited since Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji and not only keep it enlightening in full radiation with inner Life, Wisdom and Power, but also shield it from being mistreated, mutilated and outraged by any secular or religious opponents. Instead of retreating into safety and avoiding confrontation, Guru Har Krishan Ji surprised everyone by carrying the touch of Truth and Peace into everyone’s heart without any discrimination of gender, sect, creed, lineage and belief. This unique and incomparable way asserted his spiritual authority and the identity of His faith and doctrines.
Guru Har Krishan Ji proved the fact that Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s religion firmly sustains and grows by its adoption to universal sovereign laws of Almighty through self-realization without causing harm to anyone and without retaliating bitterly to the well organized campaign against Him. Instead of being deprived by opposing powers Guru Har Krishan Ji became the source of inspiration, peace, fearlessness, self-awareness,, self-contentment, endeavor and persistence.
Like his predecessor, Guru Har Krishan Ji was not only an apostle of Almighty, living in perfect communion with the Supreme Being, but he was also a savior deeply concerned with lessening the sorrows and suffering of mankind. Everyone in Delhi was surprised to see how he shouldered the heavy responsibilities of the Gurship. Everyone felt the living Spirit of Guru Nanak working in all His actions and sermons, calling people to truth, wisdom, freedom, spiritual exaltation, with a new-dynamism and power. So completely had He dedicated himself to His followers, and so profoundly was His presence lessening the sorrows and misery of the people that He gave himself to them, entered their life as a personal source of compassion, charity and. grace. He shared with them all He had and everything He could acquire. From Him they received unremitting sympathy, love, solace and help in their basic needs: He opened the doors of His heart to men of all faiths: Hindus, Muslims and Sikhs.
The destiny of the Sikh Community was undergoing a new divine direction towards a grand future. Guru Har Krishan Ji moved in the face of this raging storm like the serene and pure moon shedding its light everywhere, guiding pilgrims to peace and light. Great was His composure and greater still was the peace shedding radiance of his unique personality. The divine spirit was passed from one Guru to the next as "The light of a lamp which lights another does not abate. Similarly a spiritual leader and his disciple become equal, Nanak says the truth."
(Extract from Life of Guru Har Krishan Sahib Ji - The Saviour of Kindness by Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Academy)
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Today marks the 361st Perkash of Sri Guru Har Krishan Sahib Ji - Our Eighth Guru. Savan Vadi 9 1713BK/ 14th July 1656AD
Concentrate on Sri Har Krishan,
Seeing whom all sorrow and suffering are dispelled. 
(Sri Guru Gobind Singh: Chandi Di Vaar Pauri 1) 

Only a transparent veil separates the personality of Guru Har Krishan from the Supreme Being. The whole divine being of Sri Guru Har Krishan is burning with the excellences and gifts of Almightys grace: All seekers of the blessings of Almighty wait at his door. Everything from the sky to the earth is under the normal and spiritual order controlled by his divine wishes. 
(Bhai Nand Lal, Ganjnamah 94-5) 

Sri Guru Har Krishan Ji became the Guru in the most delicate time in the Indian history when the ruler was vigorously imposing his mandate in shaping the country’s political and social direction. Although in His very young age, Guru Har Krishan Ji was conscious of the fact as the Universal Guru to uphold the touch of truth which is inherited since Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji and not only keep it enlightening in full radiation with inner Life, Wisdom and Power, but also shield it from being mistreated, mutilated and outraged by any secular or religious opponents. Instead of retreating into safety and avoiding confrontation, Guru Har Krishan Ji surprised everyone by carrying the touch of Truth and Peace into everyone’s heart without any discrimination of gender, sect, creed, lineage and belief. This unique and incomparable way asserted his spiritual authority and the identity of His faith and doctrines. 
Guru Har Krishan Ji proved the fact that Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s religion firmly sustains and grows by its adoption to universal sovereign laws of Almighty through self-realization without causing harm to anyone and without retaliating bitterly to the well organized campaign against Him. Instead of being deprived by opposing powers Guru Har Krishan Ji became the source of inspiration, peace, fearlessness, self-awareness,, self-contentment, endeavor and persistence. 
Like his predecessor, Guru Har Krishan Ji was not only an apostle of Almighty, living in perfect communion with the Supreme Being, but he was also a savior deeply concerned with lessening the sorrows and suffering of mankind. Everyone in Delhi was surprised to see how he shouldered the heavy responsibilities of the Gurship. Everyone felt the living Spirit of Guru Nanak working in all His actions and sermons, calling people to truth, wisdom, freedom, spiritual exaltation, with a new-dynamism and power. So completely had He dedicated himself to His followers, and so profoundly was His presence lessening the sorrows and misery of the people that He gave himself to them, entered their life as a personal source of compassion, charity and. grace. He shared with them all He had and everything He could acquire. From Him they received unremitting sympathy, love, solace and help in their basic needs: He opened the doors of His heart to men of all faiths: Hindus, Muslims and Sikhs. 
The destiny of the Sikh Community was undergoing a new divine direction towards a grand future. Guru Har Krishan Ji moved in the face of this raging storm like the serene and pure moon shedding its light everywhere, guiding pilgrims to peace and light. Great was His composure and greater still was the peace shedding radiance of his unique personality. The divine spirit was passed from one Guru to the next as The light of a lamp which lights another does not abate. Similarly a spiritual leader and his disciple become equal, Nanak says the truth. 
(Extract from Life of Guru Har Krishan Sahib Ji - The Saviour of Kindness by Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Academy)

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Tajinder Pal SinghPrakash Purav Dhan Sri Guru Harkrishan Sahib Ji Maharaj II ਧੰਨ ਸ਼੍ਰੀ ਗੁਰੂ ਹਰਿਕ੍ਰਿਸ਼ਨ ਸਾਹਿਬ ਜੀ ਮਹਾਰਾਜ ਜੀ ਦੇ ਪ੍ਰਕਾਸ਼ ਪੁਰਵ ਦੀਆਂ ਆਪ ਸਭਨੂੰ ਵਧਾਈਆਂ ਸੰਗਤ ਜੀ #WaheGuru #PrakashPurav #SriGuruHarkrishanJi

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SRI GURU GRANTH SAHIB JI - The One and Only LIVING Guru for ALL. We are the most fortunate to be given the opportunity to learn, listen, contemplate and practice the path that recognise all forms as the physical form of Waheguru without an iota of discrimination. ... See MoreSee Less

SRI GURU GRANTH SAHIB JI - The One and Only LIVING Guru for ALL. We are the most fortunate to be given the opportunity to learn, listen, contemplate and practice the path that recognise all forms as the physical form of Waheguru without an iota of discrimination.

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The Undoubted Position of Sri Dasam Granth in Khalsa Panth. A humble request to all Sikhs to be loyal to the Panth, ignore all the doubts and promote the Panthic Unity. Lets us all be a faithful family worth of carrying the name of our father, Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji. ... See MoreSee Less

The Undoubted Position of Sri Dasam Granth in Khalsa Panth. A humble request to all Sikhs to be loyal to the Panth, ignore all the doubts and promote the Panthic Unity. Lets us all be a faithful family worth of carrying the name of our father, Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

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