Sikh Roots is the largest Sikh multimedia website. We have an extensive catalogue of Sikh audio MP3 kirtan, videos, photos, literature and. Download Gurbani in Gurmukhi and english Translation as PDF File. आसा दी वार Asa Ki Vaar in Hindi Lyrics. You can read, listen with Audio. Asa Di Var is a collection of 24 pauris or stanzas written by Guru Nanak Devji.
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My heart wanted to run towards these people but my body was frozen in shock at the impact that the music was having on me. The entire Cosmos, follows Divine Ordinance or law; so should we. Secular knowledge or scholarship does not prevent us from sinning. After explaining the role of a spiritual teacher Guru Nanak goes to tell us that divine wisdom is acquired through id. The Guru vaaar the role of woman in family life.
All the pauris had the same structure, with the same tune used with the rhythm. The experience was so powerful for me that even in this moment, I can back be in that same place, sitting there and witnessing it all over again.
This memory is no doubt one of my dearest and most valuable. The biggest lesson for me that day was simplicity.
When it comes to taking a step towards connecting with something deeper in your soul, as you seek a teacher or guide along that journey, simply follow the purity of the teachings. Mahant Ji showed me the text of the vaar in the Guru Granth Sahib and explained how clearly the instructions were written in the title. I sincerely hope that it will bring you the same love and inspiration that it has brought to me. This is one of the 22 vaars ballads written in the Siri Guru Granth Sahib , on pages During the 16th century in ancient India there lived a king called Sarang, who had three sons.
The eldest of his children was named Asraj. He then married again and had two more sons. Her wish was for one of her sons to become the next king and she secretly conspired to get rid of Asraj, the current heir to the throne.
Upon the sudden death of Sarang, the queen secretly arranged for the assassination of Asraj, instructing the executioner to ensure that he would suffer a slow and painful death. After many hours Asraj gained consciousness and heard distant voices.
He started to shout for help and luckily passers-by heard his cries and rescued him, putting him on a trolley and treating his wounds. The people took Asraj along with them, pushing the trolley at the front of the group.
They walked for hours and it was only on the morning of the following day that the gate to the next city was seen in the distance. As the sun was beginning to rise over the horizon they entered the main gate and to their surprise, they were greeted by members of the royal court of the city who decorated Asraj in garlands of flowers and jewels, while musicians played celebratory music for him and everyone danced for joy.
They were approached by a member of the royal court who explained that the previous night the king of the city had died and as per the law of the place, whenever a king had no next of kin, then upon his death whoever was the first to enter the city would be crowned as the new king.
As Asraj had been pushed on the trolley at the front of the group, he was the first to enter the city and was now crowned king. Asraj then quickly recovered and regained his inner strength. He set out to seek justice in his home kingdom and was victorious there. Asraj was righteous, fair and noble, loved by his city and truly a king of the people. His courage brought him victory and ever since people have sung tales of his bravery for their own strength and inspiration.
It has the power to heal the deepest pain and shine the brightest light within us. It was given as a blessing to humanity to unfold and share the true Wisdom of Life. This is just one project of many. There is so much work yet to do and now I need your support.
Please join me in this journey dedicated in service to Guru. Real pollution is self incurred; it comes from greed, lust, lying and slander, all of which corrupt the mind. If they abide by His will, they will be content and filled with compassion for others. Sikhism history beliefs Sikh.
With loving devotional worship, abiding in humility, O Nanak, salvation is attained. The founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak Dev ji wrote the first 9 together on one occasion and later wrote 15 more stanzas on a different occasion.
Truth Is The Name. It is found in the Sikh scripture from page line 17 to page line In its present form, it carries twenty four stanzas with a total of fifty nine slokas, 45 by Guru Nanak and 14 by Guru Angad. People who are over-bearing and haughty only harden their own hearts.
There are lines alluding to the moral decay that had set in, and showing how cant, hypocrisy and superstition passed under the name of religion and how people had begun aping the dress and language of their foreign masters.
Suffering is a remedy, pleasure a disease for in pleasure God is forgotten.
The Guru vaaar the role of woman in family life. What counts is self-control, purity and compassion.
Puran Singh wrote in this connection:. The Guru pointed to the need of improving of the conditions of the poor and under-privileged. The religious teacher instructs his disciples to distinguish good from bad, true from false. Learned fools are those in love with scepticism and doubt.
They constantly endeavor to put their wills in harmony with Divine Will.
Both Hindu and Muslim have strayed from the path of their religious preceptors and practised greed, falsehood, extortion and tyranny. After explaining the role of a spiritual teacher Guru Nanak goes to tell us that divine wisdom is acquired through id.
The social teaching of the Guru relates to the current ei of the age; caste pride and prejudice, bribery, greed, hypocrisy, the tyranny of kings and rulers and priestly class as all of which were accepted as a matter of course.
Guru Nanak also warned us against lust in sex. Let there be no rudeness or discourtesy between one person and another. So that our self-assertiveness should be replaced by self-surrender.
A few are given below:. One of the hands of the king was amputated, so he was called Tunda meaning one hand amputated.
The deeds and the ode of this king was sung by the bards in that typical fashion vaag then was extremely popular and melodious and was therefore adopted to performing Asa Di Var. Arguing, hair-splitting over sacred texts, the assa of rituals and traditional offerings or the wearing of symbols or other marks of holiness, are of no avail.
Secular knowledge or scholarship does not prevent us from sinning.