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2018-12-10 14:34:07 -0500 commented answer Is getting up at 12:00 AM midnight and doing "Ishnaan" and starting nitnem around 12:30AM, is that Amrit vela too? or it is 3AM-6:AM (last pehr of the night)?

Thanks and no particular reason. I guess I just did it ishnaan in punjabi meaning taking bath/shower. No reasons really.

2018-12-10 10:40:08 -0500 asked a question Is getting up at 12:00 AM midnight and doing "Ishnaan" and starting nitnem around 12:30AM, is that Amrit vela too? or it is 3AM-6:AM (last pehr of the night)?

Basically, I have heard 12:00aM- 6:00AM is amrit Vela, but I also heard it's the last "pehr" of the night before sunrise, so 3-6:00AM. When exactly is it? And yes, anytime you do paath is amrit vela, I have heard that too, but I know there are very specifics verses from SGGS indicating as waking up early in the morning. I am confused about the exact timing?

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2018-12-06 16:15:05 -0500 asked a question What exactly would be considered "Gur Seva" serving the Guru? How can we do do Guru ki seva nowadays?

Would that be doing Naam simran + cooking, cleaning, volunteer taking care of the Gurdwara, helping needy etc? I am trying to figure out how exactly can we do Guru Ki seva nowadays?

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2018-12-04 17:58:34 -0500 commented question Can you do "Chandi di Vaar" paath after japji sahib, jaap sahib after 8:00 AM? if you can't get up at "amritvela"?

And do you have to be "amritdhari" to recite this bani? Is that a must?

2018-12-04 17:56:41 -0500 asked a question Can you do "Chandi di Vaar" paath after japji sahib, jaap sahib after 8:00 AM? if you can't get up at "amritvela"?

I don't understand speculations around this bani. It created bir ras but if we are not going to any war, can we still do it? People say different things - is it true or just to create confusion? Can we do this paath on regular basis - any specific maryada around it?

2018-12-04 15:34:17 -0500 commented answer Angry Husband - 2

After you started doing paath, your husband left his gf after 7 years or he was with her for 7 years? you waited for him for 7 years?

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2018-12-03 15:21:52 -0500 commented answer When we make "sukhnaa", do we fullfill it after it's granted? How's it usually done, like if anyone else has done it? Bhai Makhan Shah Lubana did during Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji time.

What If I already made it? Too late, I mean What do I do now?

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2018-11-30 13:08:53 -0500 asked a question If you go to Hindu temple and not necessarily bow down to "devi, devte" but sit down in pooja and pray to One Supreme Formless God, is that acceptable or sin?

Basically, if you go visit Hindu temple, but you think of "one" God. If you have to go there with a friend, and respect "God/Goddesses" as well, because they all are created from Akal Purkh as well and mentioned in Gurbani as well. So if you sit in pooja, but remember "one" God during the prayer and pray to that one God in you heart throughout the pooja, is that okay or is that a sin or against Gurmat?

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2018-11-29 13:13:20 -0500 asked a question If someone did us bad and Karma takes care of everything, then we wouldn't need "Court", law and order in society?

In simpler words, If someone does bad, there's law we have to follow but if we think, No revenge or no teaching lesson so this person doesn't do this again to another person, and should leave everything on "God", Karma will take care of it, then technically, we don't need "court system", law and order in society to punish evil doers as God will take care of it. Is it bad, if we actually want to teach that person a lesson, so they taste their own medicine instead of leaving it on "God". After all, God only helps those who helps themselves. Basically, we are just getting even with that person.

2018-11-29 08:56:49 -0500 commented answer What is "Sopurkh" shabad paath for?

I read somewhere I should keep my "husband's" photo in front while doing paath since we are not living together. Is it true? I can do paath and pray for him and have his photo out as well? Any specific instructions, please let me know.

2018-11-29 08:52:08 -0500 asked a question If we do paath around 8:30AM-9:00 AM, it's not "Amrit Vela", but do we get same benefits?

With waheguru's grace, one day I can get up at Amrtivela and do paath, but if I am not at that level yet, I think God still listen to our prayers b/c God's omnipresent. Do we not reap same benefits as "Amritvela" prayers?

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2018-11-26 18:12:20 -0500 commented answer What is "Sopurkh" shabad paath for?

Would it help in marriage, heal broken marriage due to misunderstandings between families and among us due to family involvement. It would help him see his spiritual side? I hope he forgives me one day as he holds me responsible for everything that happened to him, lost job etc after marriage.

2018-11-26 14:38:20 -0500 commented answer Can we recite "Mool mantar" while laying in bed?

Thank you ji. I read you recommended 11 recitation of "Sopurakh" 40 days somewhere. Does it help if we want to resolve issues even if partner is not open to communication? Guru Ram Das ji wrote it for women? It will help open husband's heart? Would he forgive me? I am trying to save broken marriage.

2018-11-26 10:59:40 -0500 asked a question What is "Sopurkh" shabad paath for?

If you partner left you due to misunderstanding anger, would this help. Where can I find the link or where do I find it in the gurbani in rehras sahib? If your partner is mad at you, would this calm them down? I read it was given by Guru Ram Das ji to women, what was the purpose behind it. Would it help strengthen relation with husband?

2018-11-26 10:08:13 -0500 asked a question Can we recite "Mool mantar" while laying in bed?

I sometime recite it while going to sleep or just in my bed. Some say you must sit down on floor in clean area, but sometimes I have clothes laying around here and there in my bedroom. Want to make sure.

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2018-11-26 08:23:46 -0500 asked a question When we make "sukhnaa", do we fullfill it after it's granted? How's it usually done, like if anyone else has done it? Bhai Makhan Shah Lubana did during Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji time.

So I made "sukhnaa" in front of Guru Granth Sahib Ji. I just prayed for what I asked for and at that time had said that I will this .......etc once it's granted. How's it it usually done? Once it's fullfilled, then I start the process right?

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2018-11-21 08:20:12 -0500 commented answer My husband left me under his parents influence. What shabad, paath ardaas to do to get him back?

Thank you. Yes, Waheguruji is above all. He actually is not willing to talk to anyone, but as a wife, I can still pray to Waheguruji to make him see the right path? I know divorce is common nowadays, but Sikhi allows divorce must be under extreme circumstances & ours was not extreme, small things.

2018-11-20 09:49:49 -0500 edited question My husband left me under his parents influence. What shabad, paath ardaas to do to get him back?

He threw me out of the house and disappeared. It was sudden as we had good and bad days, but nothing that would end our marriage. His parents instigated him against me, caused misunderstandings between us and I think also, his parents did some sort of black magic on him and he just completely turned away from me. They were always jealous of us and we were not married for too long either. He left without talked, saying a word, but I take marriage seriously and I feel like he is not a bad person, but just blindsided.