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The above menu allows you to select each section of this evening Sikh holy prayer (Bani). You can read this Gurbani in Roman/English text with English translation. Also by clicking on Play Audio at the top of the screen, you can listen to the Gurbani in the original Gurmukhi/Punjabi. The Bani has been divided into about 30 separate sections for our convenience. Please choose from one of the 30 options that are available at the Menu on the top of the screen.
Rehiras Sahib is the evening prayer of the Sikhs. Five different Gurus contributed to the evening prayer Guru Nanak, Guru Amardas, Guru Ramdas, Guru Arjan & Guru Gobind Singh. Each one enlightens another aspect of God. The rehras is the evening prayer of the Sikhs. It is recited at the end of a working day. Its purpose is to add energy to one's being, and covers a Sikh's business actions and living environments. It is intended to help with physical weakness, poverty of money, property and other earthly matters, and feelings of hopelessness, unsuccessfulness or worthlessness. Each one enlightens another aspect of God.The Bayntee Chaopaee is Guru Gobind Singh Ji's personal prayer for protection and is said to liberate the soul. It is related to the element of water.
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