Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Completing the 40 day Sadhana

The Sadhana pledge that I undertook has been one of the most important step in my life as far as laying the foundation of a better daily routine is considered. Getting up early in the morning, doing the meditation and my daily baanis not only helped me to see through a very busy and testing period of my life but has also bought changes in me as a person. I would be continuing this practice and hope it turns into a habit soon. Meditation and Daily Baanis go a long way in providing one with the balance and energy to tackle the hardship and stress involved in daily life. I hope the others who joined Gurumustuk Singh Ji for the 40 day Sadhana have also gained from this experience. I hoping to start with the Kundalini yoga classes in Amritsar soon. I hope to take short weekend breaks in order to take the classes as I reside in Delhi. I wish Waheguru Grants all souls an opportunity like I had in my life to make a difference in their lives. Waheguruji Ka Khalsa, Waheguruji Ki Fateh!!

Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Picture of Harimandir Sahib

I took this picture on my recent visit to Harmandir Sahib. I took it around 4:30 am.

Holla Mohalla

I recently Visited Siri Kesgarh Sahib on the occasion of Holla Mohalla. I was a great experience I have posted some of the picture that we clicked on the trip. I hope you all will enjoy them. We also visited Siri Harimandir Sahib. I woke up early and did my nitnem on the roof top of Siri Harimandir Sahib. I also had a dip in the Amrit Sarovar. It was cold that day but the experience was great.I can't wait for a chance to visit Siri Harimandir Sahib again.

Friday, March 02, 2007

In Doubt !!

I was surfing the web today browsing through various other blogs etc when I stumbled upon a link on further browsing I came upon these particular pages ( & . The author has emphasized the importance of Lariwar saroops of Siri Guru Granth Sahib ji. The author further states about the use of Pad-chhed bir sahibs as manmat and various earlier resolution passed by SGPC etc terming pad chhed bir as inappropriate. I am a bit confused about this issue cos the saroop of Siri Guru Granth Sahib Ji that we have at our home is in Pad Chhed form. Most of the saroop that I have seen be in some of the Gurudwaras or at homes of some of our relatives are of Pad Chhed form. I am confused about the whole issue cos I haven't heard of this controversy till today hope I am able to learn more about it……………..