Sakhi-Guru nanak dev ji Artist: Baba Ranjit Singh (Dhadrianwale) Take a personal virtual-hukam from the Siri Guru Granth Sahib.” Take A Cyber Hukam. The Janamsakhis (Punjabi: ਜਨਮਸਾਖੀ, janamsākhī), literally birth stories, are writings which . According to the Puratan Janamsakhi, Guru Nanak Dev Ji was born in the month of Vaisakh, The date is given as the third day of the light half. Page Page 2 Page 3 www. Page 4 www.

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Benevolent Guru Nanak while sitting in the Lord’s palace looking at the earth. In the first journey or udasi Guru Sakhi guru nanak dev ji Dev Ji left Sultanpur towards eastern India and included, in the following sequence: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

At the end of the Janam-sakhi there is an epilogue in sakhk it is stated that the completed work was taken to Guru Gobind Singh Ji for his seal of approval. At the age of five, Guru Nanak was sent to sakhi guru nanak dev ji, which was run by teacher, Pandit Gopal Das, at his village. An evil man by the name of Ruhela Pathaan caught Guru Sahib child and took him home. There is no Hindu and no Musalman.

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Stories of Guru Nanak. Paath – Reciting Gurbani. This is probably the most popular and well known Janamsakhi, in that most Sikhs and their Janamsakhi knowledge comes from this document. Nanakana means Nanak’s village.


One Gurmukh and one Manmukh.

Panjab Digital Library – Digitization of Janam Sakhi Guru Nanak Dev Ji Ki

The Minas were a robber tribe and in Punjabi the word has come to mean someone who conceals his true evil intent. Retrieved from ” http: Three Days in the River. The people said that they were sad because their elephant had died. Sikh News News in English. Guru Nanak with dsv pandit who claimed he could see the impossible. Guide To Discover Sikhism.

Gurmat Gyan Knowledge Articles in English. This biography agrees entirely with the India Office janamsakhi.

Sakhis of Guru Nanak

One day he was observed to remain silent, dsv not apply himself to his books. Guru Ji responds with three sloks:. During Guru Nanak’s stay in Delhi, he came across some people that were mourning the death of their elephant. Sri Harmandir Sahib Kirtan.

Guru Nanak travelled to places far and wide teaching people the message of one God who dwells in every one of God’s creations. At the age of eighteen, Guru Nanak, sakhi guru nanak dev ji sent by his father Mehta Kalu to the city to do business.

When Guru Nanak was nine years old, his father was determined to make him wear a janeu sacrificial thread of the hindus. The city of Kamrup was ruled by a woman naanak black magic. Sakhi guru nanak dev ji the year a copy of a janamasakhi was dispatched by the India Office Library in London nabak the use of Dr. Literature in Devanagari Hindi. The Second udasi was to the south of India with companion Bhai Mardana.

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Guru Nanak Sakhis (Stories)

Become a SikhNet Sponsor. Prithi Chand’s behaviour was evidently unsatisfactory as he was passed over in favour of his younger brother, Guru Arjan Dev, when his father chose a successor.

December Learn how and when to remove this template message. There was no need to cast horoscopes as he was not superstitious. Retrieved from ” https: It is said to have been written in AD by one Sewa Das.

A renowned Sikh scholar, Gurmukh Singh of the Oriental Sakhi guru nanak dev ji, Lahore, found another janamsakhi at Hafizabad which was very similar to that found by Colebrook.

There lived a landlord in a village near Dacca, and though sakhii was a rich farmer, he led a gang of thieves, who robbed the people of the surrounding villages as well as the travellers on the roads. Led by so-called holy men, people sakhi guru nanak dev ji throw water towards the morning sun.

This is a free app for educational purpose only. Guru Nanak was not an ordinary child.