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Parcha Shabad Ka (Understanding Gurbani)
Sikh Missionary Society: Sikhism: Principles: Understanding Gurbani

Sikhism believes in reading, and reciting Gurbani by understanding it properly. The Sikhs are required to practice the Gurbani in their practical life. Bani enshrined in Sri Guru Granth Sahib is Dhur-Ki-Bani (Revelation of God's Word ). Bani is Shabad Guru.

Guru Arjan Dev says,

“Gurbani is Word of God and it emnated from Him.”
“From the Primal one, has emnated the Gurbani and it has effaced all the anxiety.”
Dur kI bwxI AweI ]
iqin sglI icMq imtweI ]
(628)
Guru Arjan Dev Ji says,
“In the platter are placed three things, truth, contentment and meditation.”
Qwl ivic iqMin vsqU peIE squ sMqoKu vIcwro ]
(1429)

 


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