It is the duty of all Sikhs to engage in personal and communal meditation, Kirtan and the study of the holy Scriptures. Meditating and understanding of the SGGS is important to the proper development of a Sikh. One must study Gurmukhi and be able to read Gurbani and understand the meaning of the text. Translations and other material may be used to assist the Sikh but must not be the primary text for the Sikh. The Sikh has to revert back to the SGGS for the all spiritual guidance in ones life – from birth to death. (SIKHIWIKI)
Gurbani Veechar classes for the Youths
Venue : Sabha House
Time : 7.30pm - 9.00pm (Every Monday) Starting 17th September 2007
Teacher: Master Daljit Singh (a very learned person)
Come and join us, as we are starting off with Japji Sahib, reading and understanding the meanings. It will be a fun session.
We started off quite some time ago with the importance of "Sihari", "Onkar", "Adhak" and "Bihari" in the gurbani of SGGS as there will be some part in the SGGS where we no need to read the "Sihari" but it is there. This is because the meaning of that word is different. It was a fun learning session.Next Monday we will be starting out with Japji Sahib on how to read it and understand the meaning. Please do come and join us and please pass this messege around.
You might be thinking that you dont know anything about reading punjabi and you are shy to come and all that stuff; Dont Worry, all of us also are weak only and we come here to improve ourself. If we dont improve ourselfs now then when we going to??