Gurunanak ji parv.

Guru Nanak Gurpurab , also known as

Guru Nanak’s Prakash Utsav and Guru Nanak Jayanti, celebrates the birth of the first Sikh Guru , Guru Nanak. This is one of the most sacred festivals in

Sikhism .

The festivities in the Sikh religion revolve around the anniversaries of the 10 Sikh Gurus. These Gurus were responsible for shaping the beliefs of the Sikhs. Their birthdays, known as

Gurpurab (or Gurpurb), are occasions for celebration and prayer among the Sikhs.

Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikhism , was born on April 15, 1469 in Rai-Bhoi-di Talwandi in the present Shekhupura District of Pakistan , now Nankana Sahib .

His birth is celebrated on Kartik Poornima , the full moon day in the month of Kartik. In the Gregorian Calendar , the celebration usually falls in the month of November, but its date varies from year to year, based on the traditional dates of the Indian calendar​.
ज्यो कर सूरज निकलेया..

तारे छुपे हनेर प्लोवा..

मिटी ढूंड जग चानन होवा..

काल तार्न गुरु नानक अइया..

गुरु नानक देव जी दे

प्रकाश उत्सव दी लाख-लाख वादाइया.

नानक नीच कहे विचार,

वेरिया ना जाव एक वार,

जो टूड भावे सई भली कार,

तू सदा सलामत निरंकार

गुरपूर्ब् डी लाख लाख वाड़ाई..!!

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6 thoughts on “Gurunanak ji parv.

  1. “NANAK DUKHIYA SABB SANSAR SO SUKHIYA JIS NAAM ADHAAR”
    October 30, 2016Edit
    A universal truth

    Agony, misery, pains or sufferings, both physical and emotional, and in all degrees of intensity, are the realities of life. These are the experiences faced by all without exception. Life means jitters of distress, grief and worries going along with moments of peace and pleasures.

    Stresses and strains in our lives for one reason or the other give enough turbulence as smooth ride remains an ambition.

    Unpleasant realities are littered all along the journey of life, and there is no escape from them. The sufferings could be innocently or naively self-inflicted or by others. Elements of nature and karmas have influences as well.

    So, who resides in absolute peace. Unquestionably, nobody.

    Since we can not shake them off, we redefine peace where tensions and sufferings are accepted as part of the game plan of life.

    In this exercise, as one seeks the serenity and tranquility in a field shared by torments and troubles, a practical understanding of that guiding force from whom we often seek answers to our whys, is worth attempting. Here, the line “so sukhiya jis naam adhaar” needs some interpretation in line with the practical approach.

    Full Article: https://promodpuri.com/2016/10/30/nanak-dukhiya-sabb-sansar-so-sukhiya-jis-naam-adhaar/

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  2. Excellent article.

    “NANAK DUKHIYA SABB SANSAR SO SUKHIYA JIS NAAM ADHAAR”
    A universal truth

    Agony, misery, pains or sufferings, both physical and emotional, and in all degrees of intensity, are the realities of life. These are the experiences faced by all without exception. Life means jitters of distress, grief and worries going along with moments of peace and pleasures.
    Stresses and strains in our lives for one reason or the other give enough turbulence as smooth ride remains an ambition.

    Unpleasant realities are littered all along the journey of life, and there is no escape from them. The sufferings could be innocently or naively self-inflicted or by others. Elements of nature and karmas have influences as well.

    So, who resides in absolute peace. Unquestionably, nobody.

    Since we can not shake them off, we redefine peace where tensions and sufferings are accepted as part of the game plan of life.

    In this exercise, as one seeks the serenity and tranquility in a field shared by torments and troubles, a practical understanding of that guiding force from whom we often seek answers to our whys, is worth attempting. Here, the line “so sukhiya jis naam adhaar” needs some interpretation in line with the practical approach.
    Read More: https://promodpuri.com/2016/10/30/nanak-dukhiya-sabb-sansar-so-sukhiya-jis-naam-adhaar/

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