Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Bliss of Waheguru's Simran

I came across these videos of Sangat doing such awe-inspiring Simran! Enjoy!

Kaurs United Camp - Simran

ਸਭੇ ਵਸਤੂ ਕਉੜੀਆ ਸਚੇ ਨਾਉ ਮਿਠਾ ॥
Sabẖe vasṯū ka▫uṛī▫ā sacẖe nā▫o miṯẖā.
All material things are bitter; the True Name alone is sweet.

ਸਾਦੁ ਆਇਆ ਤਿਨ ਹਰਿ ਜਨਾਂ ਚਖਿ ਸਾਧੀ ਡਿਠਾ ॥
Sāḏ āeiā ṯin har janāʼn cẖakẖ sāḏẖī diṯẖā.
Those humble servants of Waheguru who taste it, come to enjoy its flavour.
(Ang 321)


Anonymous said...

Waheguru Jee Ka Khalsa Waheguru Jee Ki Fateh!!!

Guru Nanak Sikh School Presents

Monthly Keertan Darbar

On the 16th January 2009

To celebrate Kalighidhar Paatshah Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharajs Gurpurab


Rehras Sahib at 6.00pm

Aartee Aartaa Sahib at 6.30pm

Followed by:
- Kirtan
- Katha
- Talks in English
- Kavishree + much more

So event is not to be missed!!!

Guru ka Langar will be served

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Hayes, Middlesex

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Anonymous said...

ahhh that's bibi bismadh kaur from canada.

Anonymous said...

wjkk wjkf
the simran of the phanjia´s is very amazing :-) very nice

well i have 1 question and it would make me very happy if someone can help me !!!!
actually i don´t know the meaning of KAUR yh i am very ashamed at this moment :$ because lots of ppl say that Kaur means Princess but other ppl say that kaur means Lioness so i am very confues abt it :-( what ist right?Or ist both correct? and why does kaur means that ( if it´s right :) )
bhul cuuk maaf karni
waheguru ji ka khalsa waheguru ji ki fathe

Anonymous said...

wjkk wjkf
from what I have heard from an older gursikh, kaur means princess.

Anonymous said...

wjkk wjkf
sorry i keep on leaving comments but love to share the link to some vedios of bibi jee.


waheguroo kee ka khalsa
waheguroo jee ki fateh

Manvir Singh Khalsa said...

In regards to the question about what 'Kaur' means, according to Bhai Kahn Singh (Nabha) who wrote the first Sikh Encyclopaedia (the Mahaan Kosh) 'Kaur' derives from the word 'Kanwar' which means 'Prince'.

Although to keep things simple we say "Kaur" means "Princess", but from an etymological perspective it actually means "Prince".

What does this imply?

Well, from my "personal" understanding Guru jee picked to call Sikh women "Kaur" ("Prince") to remind them that they will not be the typical timid, weak hearted and passive princesses (commonly portrayed through most cultures) but in fact they will have the courage, glory, grace, bravery and sovereignty of a Prince.

Also it denotes that Guru jee see's his daughters as EQUALS to his sons, just as many mothers who love their children equally also call their daughters "Putt" (actually meaning "Son").

Bhul Chuk Maaf.

Gurjeet Kaur said...

Actually that's Bibi Deep Kaur. But both Bismaadh Kaur and Deep Kaur do wonderful keertan :)