Category Archives: Role of Sants

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Section VI Guru Gobind Singh Ji gave us the formula: “Meditate upon the formless God, connect with the Shabad, and seek the glorious sight of the Khalsa.” We need to follow this command thoroughly, with full faith and conviction. We … Continue reading

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Section V Let us reiterate. Today, a Sant cannot replace Gurbani, the Guru, or the Panj Piyare, nor would a real Sant ever attempt to do so. Genuine Sikh Sant would claim to be only a Sikh and will kindle … Continue reading

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Section IV How do we find a Sant? We must remember this: A Sant is carefree, most humble, imbued with Divine love and in tune with the will of Waheguru (711:12). A Sant would never make public claims to visions, … Continue reading

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Section III How is a Sant produced? Sri Naranjan Singh Ji used to say that, just as an almond has a kernel and a shell, the same way, Naam (Waheguru hidden inside everyone and everywhere) is the kernel, everything else … Continue reading

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Section II The meaning of Sadh or Sant: The English word ‘Saint’ does not mean the same as the ‘Sant’ in Gurbani. The former commonly means someone canonized by the church or the Vatican, while a Sikh Saint or Sant … Continue reading

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Detail explanation of Sant and Bramgyani: ” Written by Yuktanand singh. Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa! Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh!! Sadh Sangat and Shabad Guru, these two are important pillars of the Panth. Guru Ji has said, “Have friendship with a … Continue reading

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A series of articles written by Yuktanand Singh will be posted on this important topic. Summary of Article (will be posted below in installments) Section I An introduction to why meeting a Gurmukh is so important and what is the … Continue reading