With Satguru's Kirpaa, at the end of last Monday's weekly Simran programme at Leamington Gurdwara, a Youth Sehaj Paath was started. A Sehaj Paath (also known as 'Sadhaaran Paath') is the complete reading of Sri Guru Granth Sahib jee from beginning to end, with no time-limit for completion. The Youth Sehaj Paath is being done for the Chardi Kalaa of the local Sangat and in celebration of the 300 years Gurgaddi Diwas of Sri Guru Granth Sahib jee. It is a unique opportunity for the youth, together with their families to get involved, build on their relationship with Guru jee, and gain confidence in reading Gurbani. Each person who participates (and their family) will be assigned 60 Angs (respected word for pages) for one week, at a time suited to them. Hopefully with Satguru's kirpaa, the bhog (completion) of the Paath should take place in early June 2009.
Photos from last Monday's Simran and Arambh (start) of Sehaj Paath:
Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee Maharaaj.
Veer Bikram Singh
Bhenji Kirathpal Kaur
Bhenji Kamalpreet Kaur
Young Veer jee
Bhaji Preetam Singh
Veer Amritpal Singh
Veer Beant Singh
Hukamnama (sacred edict) before commencing Sehaj Paath.
Arambh (start) of Sehaj Paath.
Sukhaasan Sevaa by Bhenjis.
Children reciting Sohila Sahib da Paath during Sukhaasan Sevaa.
Guru jee's Swaaree being taken to Nijj-Asthaan (place of rest).
Dhan Hai Guru, Dhan Hai Teree Sikhee.
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