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asked 2013-10-09 07:11:03 -0500

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Dear ones .. I'm exploring sikhi .. So many different answers .. Is rehet a tool .. If not then why a strict shabad on it .? Also gurbani tells those who eat eat meat, fish and smoke marjiuana and intoxants will experience / go hell hereafter..?? Confused .. Isit for people who are attached to these things there whole ??

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answered 2013-10-25 19:22:20 -0500

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here is a complete transalation of the gurmat reaht maryada Glossary Amrit Immortal nectar – which is made from recital of Gurbani (this is in initiation ceremony). Amritdharee A person male/female who has become initiated into the Sikh nation. Anand Sahib Prayer of bliss (authored by Sri Guru Amar Das Jee) Ang Limb, usually used out of respect when referring to Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee. A Sikh out of respect would say Ang 57 (this is due to Sikhs respecting Sri Guru Granth Sahib as a living Guru) Ardas Prayer of supplication Bhog This word has two meanings. Bhog in relation to food would mean offering the food to the Guru. Akhand Paath Bhog would mean the completion, so Bhog can mean making a first offering or completion. Bir Asan Similar to a sprinters stance before a race, the left leg is folded inwardly to rest on and the right leg is to be upright. Chaur Sahib Whisk waved over Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee, it is waved over Guru Jee out of respect, in the past such a whisk was waved over the heads of Kings (it is a sign ofroyalty and respect in the Indian sub-continent and other parts of the world) Chola Sikh gown/warriors dress which is worn by both men and women. Darbar Court of the Guru commonly referred to as Sri Darbar Sahib, which is the worship hall in a Gurdwara. Dharam Righteousness Dharamraj Gods ordained servant who is the judge of one’s destiny in the next world Gatra Holster for a Kirpan Granthi A person who recites the Sri Guru Granth Sahib Gupt Anonymous Gurbani Divine word of the Guru (scriptures/prayers) Gurdwara Literally meaning door of the Guru, refers to the physical place of worship. Guru’s abode where Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee is present. Gurfateh Sikh greeting of victory – which is Vaheguru Jee Ka Khalsa, Vaheguru Jee Kee Fateh Gurmantar Divine word of the Guru, which is invested in a Sikh in the initiation ceremony, it is to be meditated upon at all times, this is the word Vaheguru. Gurmat Knowledge of the Guru Gurmukhi This is the Punjabi script that was created by the second Guru, Sri Guru Angad Dev Jee. Gursikh Sikh of the Guru Gutka Small anthology of prayers. Guru(s) Spiritual enlightener – literally Gu means darkness, Ru means light, thus the Guru takes you out of ignorance and enlightens you. Guru Ka Langar The kitchen/refectory of the Guru, at which free meals are distributed, without discrimination to all those in attendance. Gurupanth Nation of the Guru, Sikh Nation Hukamnama Command of the Guru Ishnaan Cleansing/bathing and meditating at the same time. Jakara Sound of victory/war cry. The most common is, “Bole so Nihal, Sat Sri Akal” – which literally means those whomeditate upon God their pains are eradicated, the truth is eternal. Janam Sanskar Birth ceremony Japjee Sahib First prayer of Sri Guru Granth Sahib, authored by Sri Guru Nanak Dev Jee ... (more)

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