Path Sukhmani Sahib – Bhai Gurbaj Singh Ji

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Path Sukhmani Sahib – Bhai Gurbaj Singh Ji
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Gurudwara Manji Sahib Karnal:​
Salok Mahala 9:​
Rehras Sahib Ji:​
Chaupai Sahib:
Arda Nitnem atte Sarbat de Bhale Di:​
Japji Sahib:​
Barah Maha path:​
Mool Mantar:
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Sukhmani Sahib is the title given to the Gurbani in raga Gauri Sukhmani[1] in the Guru Granth Sahib which in turn appears in the major musical measure Raga Gauri. It is a lengthy composition, written by Guru Arjan Dev, the fifth Sikh Guru. The sacred prayer is 35 pages long from page 262 to page 296 of the Guru Granth Sahib. Surprisingly, many ardent Sikhs include the recitation of this Bani in their daily regimen of Nitnem. The physical site, where the Guru, around AD 1602-03, composed this composition was once enclosed by a dense wood. The location is still marked on the bank of the Ramsar pool in the city of Amritsar, near the famous Golden Temple, the Harimandir Sahib.
It is said that Baba Sri Chand, elder son of Guru Nanak and founder of the Udasi order, came to Amritsar to meet Guru Arjan, then engaged in composing this Bani. The Guru who had by that time completed sixteen astpadis, or cantos, requested that he continue the composition. Baba Sri Chand, out of humility, only recited the salok of Guru Nanak following the Mool Mantra in the Japji — “aaad sach, jugad sach; hai bhi sach, Nanak hosee bhi sach” — “True in the beginning, True through the ages; True even now; Nanak say, Shall remain ever True” (SGGS p285). This salok was thereupon repeated by Guru Arjan at the head of the seventeenth astpadi.