Sunday, January 29, 2012

Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji - Devanagri Translation & Transliteration - Hindi - Marathi - Sindhi

Devnagri is the script used to write Hindi, Marathi, Sindhi and many other lanuages. GurbaniFiles.Org contains a Translation and Transliteration of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji in Devanagri script. In addition you will find Vaaraan and Kabit Bhai Gurdas Ji.

Thursday, January 26, 2012

Guru Granth Sahib Spanish - Gurbani Spanish - Nitnem Spanish - Panj Bania

 The link below leads you to a word document which contains a Spanish translation of Guru Granth Sahib Ji. has provided the Sat Sangat with this file. Please visit that great website for more information.



Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Sikh Kirtan Radio - Gurdwara Sahib, Fremont CA - Katha Radio

Gurdwara Sahib, Fremont California is known for its beautiful construction but the Simran, Kirtan, Kathaa, and Gurbani broadcasted on its radio station is far more beautiful. Click on the link icons below to launch your choice of media player. For more information visit the Gurdwara Sahib website.

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Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Sukhmani Sahib MP3 Audio - Taksal - Bhai Jarnail Singh - Giani Thakur Singh

 Below you will find links to Sukhmani Sahib MP3 Audio, which is read by two Taksali Sikhs. Bhai Jarnail Singh has a fast pace style and Giani Thakur Singh Ji has read Sukhmani Sahib more slowly.

Bhai Jarnail Singh Ji:

Multiple Files:

Two Files:

012-Sukhmani Sahib (Ashattpadi 1-12) Ang-262-279
Bhai Jarnail Singh Ji - Sindar Gutka Banis
45:23 · 128 Kbit/s · 41.55 MB · MP3
013-Sukhmani Sahib (Ashattpadi 13-24) Ang-279-296
Bhai Jarnail Singh Ji - Sindar Gutka Banis
45:15 · 128 Kbit/s · 41.42 MB · MP3

Single File:

10.Sukhmani Sahib
Bhai Jarnail Singh - Sundar Gutka
90:38 · 128 Kbit/s · 82.78 MB · MP3

Giani Thakur Singh Ji:

07 Sukhmani Sahib.mp3
08 Sukhmani Sahib.mp3

Sehaj Paath Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji MP3 Audio - Bhai Balbir Singh Sidki - Akhand Paath MP3

Akhand Path Gurbani MP3 Downloads
  • Prof Satnam Singh Sethi  (Listen / Download – File Size: 732 MB – Audio length 71 hours)  This recording is fairly old and converted and joined together from many cassette tapes. This is one of my favorites because Prof. Satnam Singh has a great voice and makes it extra enjoyable to listen to.
  • Bhai Balbir Singh Sidki  (Listen  / Download – File Size: 720 MB – Audio length 70 hours )  This recording is one of the newer recordings released on a large number of audio CD disks.
  • Unknown Singh  (Listen / Download – File Size: 706 MB – Audio length 68.5 hours)   This is a recording that was produced by an unknown Sikh out of Canada and originally released as a data DVD many years ago.
  • Bhai Sarvan Singh (El Sobrante) (Listen / Download – File Size: 797MB – Audio length 77 hours)
  • Giani Bhupinder Singh (Damdami Taksal) (Listen / Download – File Size: 1.1GB – Audio length 68 hours )
  • Giani Jagtar Singh Jachak (Listen / Download – File Size: 627 MB – Audio length 91 hours )

Sikhism's holy scripture, the Guru Granth Sahib, has 1430 pages respectfully referred to as Ang, or part of the whole. The Sikh code of conduct advises every Sikh to regularly read the entire scripture of Guru Granth Sahib. In Sikhism, devotional reading is known as paath. Two main approaches to reading the entire paath of Guru Granth Sahib outlined in code of conduct document Sikh Reht Maryada (SRM) are formally known as:
  • Akhand Paath (formal uninterrupted) - A complete reading of Guru Granth Sahib without interruption can be accomplished in as little as 48 hours when reading is done with team members. Akhand paath is read for special occasions and life events.
  • Sadharan Paath (formal ordinary) - An entire reading of Guru Granth Sahib can be accomplished in a week or two by reading with a team and taking breaks as needed. Reading alone on a daily basis can take anywhere from about eight weeks to a year depending on the schedule followed.
Devotional reading of paath make also be conducted in a less formal manner commonly known as:
  • Sehaj Paath (informal easy) - To suit individual ability, there are a variety of informal easy ways to go about reading an entire paath alone or with group, in one or more locations, from one or more volumes, making use of translations if need be, or even reading online.


Gurbani Uchaaran - Nitnem MP3 - Taksal - Giani Thakur Singh Ji, Bhai Jarnail Singh Ji, Jap Ji Sahib - Panj Bania + Rehraas + Soheila Sahib + Nit

Any time we get a chance to listen to Gurbani, we should be thankful. However, it is very important they we listen to Gurbani with pronunciations that are accurate as possible. Not every CD of Nitnem holds true to the correct pronunciation. In general, Taksali Sikhs place a strong emphasis on the pronunciation of the Gurbani as well as reading the full version. In addition some Sikhs support a shorter version of Rehraas sahib and Chupai sahib, but I say that the more Gurbani we can read the better; that is why the audio files below contain ful versions of the Nitnem Bani with pronunciation that is very accurate.

Bhai Jarnail Singh Ji - Damdami Taskal:

7 Nitnem Banis
7 filesplay all

Giani Thakur Singh Ji:

Nitnem (Sehaj)
5 filesplay all
Nitnem 7 Banis
7 filesplay all
Santheya Ucharan
9 filesplay all

Sunday, January 15, 2012

Kirtan Video Website - - Raagi Online

This is a wonderful website that allows you to watch Raag Keertan Videos, Naam Simran Videos, Katha Videos, and Dhadi Vaaraan videos.

Saturday, January 14, 2012

Kirtan - Video - Bhai Satvinder Singh - Hum Santan Ki Ren

Bhai Satvinder Singh Ji - Hum Santan Ki Ren

Hum Santan Ki Ren Pyare

Guru Arjan Dev Ji Maharaj

Hum Santan ki ren pyare ham santan ki sarna ji

Dear ones, I am the dust of the Feet of the Saints, I am in Their refuge.

Sant hamari ot satani sant hamara gehna ji

The Saints are my support. The Saints are my ornaments.

Hum santan syon ban aaee purab likhya paaee
Purab likhya paaee eho man tera bhai

I get along with the Saints. I have realized my pre-ordained destiny.
I have realized my pre-ordained destiny, this mind is yours O brother.

Santan syon meri leva devi santan syon beohara
Santan syon hum laha khateya har bhagat bhare bhandara

My give and takes are with the Saints, and my business is with the Saints.
I have earned the profit with the Saints, and the treasure is filled with (the wealth of) devotion of the Lord.

Santan moko poonji saumpi ta utareya man ka dhoka
Dharam Rai ab kahaa karego jo phateyo sagalo lekha

The Saints entrusted to me the capital, and my mind's delusion was dispelled.
What can the Dharam Rai (Lord of Judgement) do now as all my accounts have been torn up.

Maha anand bhae sukh paya santan ke parsade
Kaho Nanak har syon man manya rang rate bismade

I have received the greatest bliss, and I am at peace, by the Grace of the Saints.
Nanak says, my mind is reconciled with the Lord; it is imbued with the wondrous Love of the Lord.

Kirtan - Video - Bhai Satvinder Singh - Kaljug Meh Ik Naam Udhar

Bhai Satvinder Singh Ji - Kaljug Meh Ik Naam Udhar - RaagiOnline.Com

Bhai Satvinder Singh Ji Delhi Wale is very dedicated to his Kirtan. This is a very beautiful rendition of "Kaljug Meh Ik Naam Udhar" is very sooth and hyponotizing.

Sunday, January 8, 2012

Saturday, January 7, 2012

Sikh Calendar - Nanakshahi Calendar - Sikh Jantri - Sikh Events


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Gurbani Fonts - Gurmukhi Fonts - Punjabi Fonts - Download and Install


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Download and extract (unZip). Then copy and paste files to "C:\Windows\fonts" folder.
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Download and extract (unZip). Then copy and paste files to "C:\Winnt\fonts" folder.

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Friday, January 6, 2012

Kirtan MP3 Audio - Download Websites - Keertan Download MP3

The websites below contain MP3 Downloads for Kirtan by Various Raagis. You should be able to find Gurbani Kirtan by Bhai Harjinder Singh Sri Nagar Waale, Bhai Onkar Singh Una Sahib Wale, Bhai Davinder Singh Sodhi and many more.