Pujya Swami ji has always been a great believer in the oneness of God. He considers all religions just to be different paths, with the same underlying message, to attaining unification with the same God. Pujya Swami ji is greatly inspired by the deeds and teachings of various Sikh Gurus, hence the Gurbani Kirtan (reciting the words of the Lord) is a regular feature of his discourse. The session centers on the sacrifices made by different Sikh Gurus and their adherence to the righteous path despite being subjected to atrocities. Swami ji also describes texts from the ultimate holy scripture of Guru Granth Sahib ji and recites Shabads in the glory of the Gurus and the Almighty. Swami ji has held multiple Gurbani Kirtans all over India and parts of USA, New Zealand, Dubai, and Singapore.
Gurbani, meaning the words of the Lord, in general refers to the hymns in the central and the ultimate holy scripture of the Sikhs, Guru Granth Sahib ji. Guru Granth Sahib ji is an amalgamation of all the teachings of all the ten Sikh Gurus and is considered the ultimate medium to attain oneness with the Almighty. Gurbani is also said to contain a few texts from the Dasam Granth, written by Guru Gobind Singh. Gurbani provides a seeker with a true way of life and application of its teachings in daily life can accelerate the purification of the soul.
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