I am Chetan by the way, Chetan Bhagat.' “Hi,' she said. challenges in modern India?' 'I don't One Night at call cent Hindi & Bengali Learning Book. Hindi Book Guru Granth Sahib Punjabi Hindi. Topics Hindi Book-Guru-Granth- Sahib-Punjabi-Hindi. Collectionopensource. LanguageHindi. This is sikh guru's gurbani written by Guru ARJUN DEV and very melodious. Read it every day to experience GOD.
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Members of the Khalsa baptized Sikhs aim to follow all the 52 edicts though the authenticity and origin of Hukams can be questioned and they seem to be made in more modern times as the style of Punjab is quite modern but many of them come from older writings such as Bhai Nand Lal 's Tankanama. Dharam dee kirat karnee — Make an honest living. Dasvand denaa — Donate a tenth share of your earnings. Gurbani kantth karnee — Learn Gurbani by heart. Sikh sevak dee sevaa ruchee naal karnee — Devotedly serve the Sikh who serves others. Gurbani de arth Sikh vidhvanaa tuo parrhnae — Study the essence of Gurbani from learned Sikhs.
Gurbani kantth karnee — Learn Gurbani by heart. Sikh sevak dee sevaa ruchee naal karnee — Devotedly serve the Sikh who serves others. Gurbani de arth Sikh vidhvanaa tuo parrhnae — Study the essence of Gurbani from learned Sikhs.
Adhere resolutely to the five articles of faith.
Shabad da abhiaas karnaa — Practice the sacred hymns to life. Sat Saroop Satgur daa dhian dharnaa — Contemplate and assimilate the beautiful truth of the True Enlightener.
Janam, maran, ja viah mokae jup da paatth kar tihaaval Karaah Parsaad kar anand sahib dia punj paurian, ardaas, pratham panj pyaariaan atae hazooree granthee noo vartaa kae oprunth sangat noo vartaaouna — For birth naming, funeral, or marriage ceremonies or devotional reading paath, recite Japji Sahib while making Karah Parshad , perform five verses of Anand Sahib, and ardaas, and then distribute Karah Prashad to the Panj Pyare, attending Granthi, and then to the sangat gathered for worship.
Jad tak Karaah Parshaad vartadaa rahae sadh sangat addol batthee rahae — Until Karaah Parshaad has been served to everyone, the congregation ought to be still and remain seated. Anand viah binaa grahist nahee karnaa — Without Anand marriage ceremony carnal relations should not occur. Par istree, ma bhain, dhee bhain, kar jaananee. Par istree da sang nahee karnaa — Other than your wedded wife, consider all women as your mothers and sisters.
Do not indulge in carnal marital relationships with them. Istree da mooh nahee phitkaarnaa — Do not subject your wife to cursing, or verbal abuse.
Jagat jootth tambaakoo bikhiaa da tiaag karnaa — Discard worldly ways, falsehoods, and poisonous tobacco. Rehitvaan atae naam jupan vaalae gursikhaa dee sangat karnee — Make companions of Gursikhs who follow the Rehit and recite the Divine Name. Kum karan vich daridar nahee karnaa — Work hard and don't be lazy.
Gurbanee dee kathaa tae keertan roaz sunanaa atae karnaa — Take part in listening to Kirtan and discussions of the essence of Gurbani every day. Kisae dee ninda, chugalee, atae eirkhaa nahee karnee — Do not gossip nor slander, or be spiteful to anyone. Dhan, javaanee, tae kul jaat da abhiman naee karnaa Nanak daadak tahe duae goath. Joined Aug 8, Messages 2 Likes 2 Age Hello All, japposatnamwaheguru: I m learning kirtan and i amritvale sing shabads in gurudwara.
I need a amrit kirtan in pdf so that i can view on my mobile or tablet if i forget any line. I really feel bad when i forget any line it actually disturbs the flow of my singing. I searched but all are in gurmukhi. Apps for andriod are available e. I need in hindi as i m comfortable reading that. Can anyone please provide me Amrit kirtan in hindi any download.
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Thanks, Shilpa B Gurnani. Last edited: Aug 10, Liberal theologians  e. This is not the place to provide a thorough critique of liberalism in Gurbani Studies and its various critical methods Source, Form, Historical Critical, etc. Relativism is the inevitable result, which, when extrapolated to its logical conclusion, is unable to prove anything with certainty, let alone one's preferred liberal interpretation.
These principles are embedded in the scripture itself. We do not need to go beyond the boundaries of the AGGS to discover these laws and maxims that are used to determine the meaning of scripture.
The AGGS interprets itself scripture interprets scripture. We generally take everyday things in life as literal or at face value. This is a common sense approach.
Even symbols and allegories in the AGGS are based on the literal meaning of the scripture; thus the literal meaning is foundational to any symbolic or allegorical meaning.
The meaning and the intended message is obvious. Principle 2: The Contextual Principle Carson  has been quoted as saying, "A text without a context is a pretext for a proof text. The Gurbani text, be it a Dohra, Chhand, Sloka, couplet, stanza or ashatpadi is a perfect unit. The scriptures cannot be broken; they all hang together, a perfect unity. We must look and consider the verses immediately before, after, and around the passage. Principle 3: The Scripture Interprets Scripture Principle We may rest assured that Gurbani authors did not reveal an important doctrine in a single, ambiguous passage.
All essential doctrines are fully and clearly explained - either in the immediate context, or somewhere else in the AGGS. This principle is best illustrated by what is known as "topical AGGS study.
For example ideas about the various aspects of the Creation are spread over several Bani. Principle 4: The Accommodation Principle The AGGS is to be interpreted in view of the fact that it is an accommodation of Divine truths to human minds: God the infinite communicating with man the finite Dhur ki Bani aaee. It is worth noting that there are three obstacles that stand in the way of correctly interpreting the Gurbani.
Although it is written in Gurmukhi script, yet it is written in different languages e. Braj Bhasha, Sahaskrit etc and of course various dialects as well. We live approximately five hundred to year later, and we bring different expectations to the text. Additionally, we approach the reading of the Granth with significantly different literary expectations than those in reading other forms of literature and writing. The AGGS was also created in space, in time, and in history so that man could understand it.
The mystical experience of enlightened authors made contact with the human mind at a common point, the AGGS, to make God and, indeed, all of reality knowable.
We must be careful, then, not to push accommodating language about God and His nature to literal extremes. God is not our literal Father in the same sense our earthly father is.
The one correct interpretation is that which mirrors the intent of the inspired author. The Sikhs presupposes the inerrancy and harmony of Scripture as a necessary result of perfect enlightened authors revealing their divinely inspired thoughts to Mankind. Proper application of hermeneutical principles will resolve apparent conflicts. The key here, of course, is the word "proper," for exegetical fallacies can easily result from a zealous but ill-informed attempt to "save" Scripture from an apparent contradiction.
Principle 7: The Genre Principle Genre is a literary term having to do with the category or "genus" of literature under consideration. The meaning of the literary expression of the Gurbani is best learned by a thorough knowledge of the languages in which the original text of Scripture was written, and by acquaintance with the Scriptural way of speaking, including the various customs, laws, habits and national prejudices which influenced the inspired writers as they composed their respective Bani.
Proper interpretation must take the general literary category of any given passage into consideration. Are we dealing with history or prophecy? It is important that when we interpret Gurbani, we understand as much as possible the author's intent.
For example, if the author is writing about historical event — e. Babar Bani - it would not be proper to interpret a single reference as a poetic personification, unless a variety of contextual markers compelled us to do so.
All of these hymns are written in the standard Punjabi script - Gurmukhi. While we have some very good translations of the AGGS in English, all translation involves a certain amount of interpretation on the part of the translator. Thus, the study of word meanings, grammar, and syntax of the original languages is important for 5 Proc.
This doesn't mean that every student of the AGGS must learn these languages. There are a number of tools available - lexicons, Gurbani dictionaries, detailed exegetical commentaries - that can provide a deeper understanding of crucial passages. While they are universal in application, the truth in the AGGS can most fully be realized only when taking the surrounding culture and history into account. It was a long and progressive process. Therefore, we must take into account the then-current state of revelation to properly understand a particular passage.
Some Common Exegetical Fallacies Unfortunately, each of the principles of interpretation we have considered may be abused in various ways.
Fortunately, the remedy for the resulting misinterpretation is generally as simple as recognizing which principle has been abused and the proper reapplication of that principle to the passage in question. Here are some common exegetical fallacies resulting from the misuse of hermeneutic principles.
The phrase was a figurative expression in Oriental cultures in medieval times, signifying a position of authority. The Literal Interpretation Principle does not mean that we woodenly take every word in the AGGS literally, but rather that we approach it as we would any other book, taking figurative phrases, hyperbole, poetic personifications, and other figures of speech into account in our interpretation.