Kulwant Kaur’s Story of Yogi Bhajan’s Protection

November 29, 2020 |

Categories: Our Stories

Kulwant Kaur share in this video her own experience of the protection that Yogi Bhajan brings to her in a time of need, were she was having a health problem and the Siri Singh Sahib came and show her the way to proceed.

Every year we have the blessing of celebrate Guru Ram Das ( the 4th Guru of the Sikhs) birthday in October 9th as a community around the globe. In many places people gather for 11 days before the birthday to chant with the local community, share stories and uplift themselves together chanting the Shabad ” Dhan Dhan Ram Das Gur”

This shabad creates miracles; meditate on this shabad or recite it 11 times a day to make the impossible become possible.

Dhan dhan Raam Daas Gur

Jini siri-aa tinai savaari-aa

Pooree ho-ee karaamaat

Aap sirajanahaarai dhaari-aa

Sikhee atai sangatee

Paarbrahm kar namasakaari-aa

Atal Athaaho atol too

Tayraa ant na paaraavaari-aa

Jinee too(n) sayvi-aa bhaa-o kar

Say tudh paar utaari-aa

Lab lobh kaam krodh moho

Maar kadhay tudh saparvaari-aa

Dhan so tayraa thaan hai

Sach tayraa paiskaari-aa

Naanak too Lehnaa too hai

Gur Amar too veechaari-aa

Gur dithaa taa(n) man saadhaari-aa II 7 II

Honored and Praised is Guru Ram Das.

The Lord, who created You,

He alone has embellished You.

Perfect is your Miracle:

The Creator Himself has installed You on the Throne.

Your Sikhs, and the entire Sangat bow,

And revere You as the Supreme Lord.

You are Unshakable, Unfathomable, and Immeasurable.

Your Extent is beyond limit.

They who serve You with love,

Are carried across the world-ocean by You.

Greed, attachment, lust, anger and ego –

These five passions have been beaten and drive out by You.

Honored is Your place,

True are Your Bounties.

You are Nanak, You are Angad, and You are Guru Amar Das –

So do I recognize You.

Seeing the Guru, my soul is sustained.

This video was recorded in one of the gatherings in the city of Española, New Mexico were the community chants the “Dhan Dhan Ram Das Gur” Shabad

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