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13 Mar Aasa Di Vaar is the most popular of all the vaars incorporated in Sri Guru Granth Sahib by Guru Arjan Dev. It is the masterpiece of Guru Nanak. Read reviews, compare customer ratings, see screenshots, and learn more about Asa Di Vaar – Bahu Shabdi. Download Asa Di Vaar – Bahu Shabdi and enjoy it. Asa Ki Vaar. Asa Ki Var is a collection of 24 pauris or stanzas written by Guru Nanak Devji (Sri Guru Granth Sahib, page Asa Ki Vaar By Bhai Baldev .

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God will ultimately punish them for deceiving and exploiting ordinary people. However, the vaxr of individual ego, is the great obstacle to the process of moral law. A few are given below:. O Nanak, only one thing is of any account: Real pollution is self incurred; it comes from greed, lust, lying and slander, all of which corrupt the mind.

The practice of humility and love are the most effective qualities for keeping people away from sin, far better than all recitations and rituals of religion. His past and present mould his ada. Talking slander, as is done of woman, is to saa one’s soul. The religious teacher instructs his disciples to distinguish good from bad, true from false. In it, Guru Nanak also warns us against the rituals and tricks of priests and monks.

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At the time of recitation, the choir will prefix each of the stanzas by a quatrain from the series by Guru Ram Das entered separately under Raga Asacollectively known as “chakkas”, vaaar sextettes from the groups of six quatrains each counting as a unit.

The effects of the Ego are particularly contemptible and disastrous when disguised by the apparent holiness or tradition, which exploits ordinary people’s ignorance and credulity.

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Both Hindus and Muslimsill-treated their women. What counts is self-control, purity and compassion.

Views Read Edit View history. Raag Asa is the raga aasa pre-dawn hours and the custom of reciting the hymn at morning time is traced to the days of Guru Nanak himself. Sweetness of speech and humility are the essence of virtues.

The Rig Veda says that God is permeating and pervading everywhere; among the deities, the Lord’s Name is the most exalted. The Var then comprised asw four pauris or stanzas by Guru Nanak and some slokas which were also of his composition as indicated in the title given it by Guru Arjan when entering the composition in the Holy Book vaar bhi mahalle pahile ke likhethe slokas were also composed by the First Guru, Guru Nanak.

One who lives in the wilderness, in cemetaries and cremation grounds – that blind man does not know the Lord; he regrets and repents in the end. God knows our inner selves and cannot be cheated by any so-called holy practice.

Following this, the seeker’s life-style begins to change:. Man starts this life coupled to the background of his previous life. Sikh scripture Sikh terminology Adi Granth.

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Asa di Var

Suffering is a remedy, pleasure a disease for in pleasure God is forgotten. The deeds and the ode of this king was sung by the bards in that typical dii which then was extremely popular and melodious and was therefore adopted to performing Asa Di Var.

One of the hands of the king was amputated, so he was called Tunda meaning one hand amputated. Thus together the terms means “A ballad of hope”.

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If we are learned, we should not call any one low vi inferior. These two are natural events being ordained by God. These are the Popular Banis of Sikhism. Part of a series on. The Asa Di War kirtan is recited in the early morning hours in a very melodious way and style as mentioned by Guru Arjan Dev Ji called “Tunde Asraje Ki Dhuni” after the name of the contemporary brave and pious king Asraj. Vaae they are pure, O Nanak, within whose minds the Lord abides.

It is found in the Sikh scripture from page line 17 to page line