Bhai Sahib had a very strong internal and external Rehit. He would do kirtan for more than a day at a stretch sometimes. When he was in Jail fighting for injustice against the British, he wrote letters to his very close friend Giani Nahar Singh Ji who compiled them and shared the treasure to the world. Bhai Sahib describes his spiritual journey which is very uplifting.
Baba Isher Singh Ji Rara Sahib had the fortunate sangat of Sant Attar Singh Ji Reru Sahib. For 9 years babaji slept on the floor with just one sheet to cover him. He ate and slept very less and continously meditated for long hours. His kirtan motivated thousands to chakk Amrit. Listen to the audiobook of his Jeevni called "Ruhaani Sandesh" and be inspired!In the picture: Sant Isher Singh Ji & Sant Kishan Singh Ji when they came to Bhutta Gurdwara. In the back Sant Bhagwan Singh Ji (Rara Sahib) Begowal (Behind Sant Isher Singh Ji) and Sant Jaswant Singh Ji
Sant Attar Singh Ji Reru Sahib inspired thousands of people in his life to walk on the path of Gursikhi. He served the army for many years and then with the close Sangat of Sant Karam Singh Ji Hoti Mardan, he attained the highest spiritual level and went on doing seva of constructing and maintaing Gurudwara Reru Sahib. Guru Gobind Singh Sahib Ji cleaned his teeth with a branch from the tree "Reru". When sangat asked him to leave behind a memory of his, he planted that branch into the ground and the tree "Reru" grew up and it became a historical memory. Listen to the audiobook of his Jeevni "Jiwan Gatha' and be inspired!
The audio recording of this book by the narrator is not upto the same mark as other recordings on the site by more experienced narrators . We are in the process of re-recording this biography
Baba Karam Singh Ji was born in 1826 in Rawalpindi, now in Pakistan. When babaji, British officers and soldiers of the Sikh regiment got to know that God had taken his form and given his duty of an army guard while babaji was in deep meditation with Gurbani, babaji wished to leave the army and do the 'duty' of the One who had given his duty. Senior British officer insisted that he doesn't want babaji to leave and wouldn't cancel his name from the records. On this, babaji said, "In that case, my name isn't in the records." When the officer looked at his register, Baba Karam Singh Ji's name was not present anywhere in the army records. Listen to the audiobook of his biography and be inspired!! Waheguru!!
Sant Harnam Singh Ji lived a very simple down-to-earth life and audiobook of his biography 'Se-Kineha' has been an inspiration for alot of Sikh youth and the motivation behind this project of recording biographies of saints who were revealed by Guru Sahib. Many, remain hidden!
ਜਿਨ੍ਹਾ ਨ ਵਿਸਰੈ ਨਾਮੁ ਸੇ ਕਿਨੇਹਿਆ ||
ਭੇਦੁ ਨ ਜਾਣਹੁ ਮੂਲਿ ਸਾਂਈ ਜੇਹਿਆ ||੧||
Sant Giani Sundar Singh Ji Khalsa 's biography is called 'Gurmukh Parkash' and is written by Brahmgiani Baba Gurbachan Singh Ji Khalsa Bhindranwale. His life, meditation and philanthropic works cannot be contained in a one paragraph description here.The biography is very deep and a mesmerizing masterpiece. The PDF can be accessed from the link below.
ਜਿਹਿ ਬਿਖਿਆ ਸਗਲੀ ਤਜੀ ਲੀਓ ਭੇਖ ਬੈਰਾਗ ||
ਕਹੁ ਨਾਨਕ ਸੁਨੁ ਰੇ ਮਨਾ ਤਿਹ ਨਰ ਮਾਥੈ ਭਾਗੁ ||੧੭||
Baba Mit Singh Maharaj was highly regarded and loved by all as he was clearly a God-Conscious individual with a radiant brow and peace-permeated eyes, though he never exercised his divine powers to make a worldly show for others as in the Mansion of Guru Nanak humility is greatly treasured and cherished above all else. He spent all his life in doing seva at the Mata Sahib Kaur gurudwara in Hazur Sahib. The PDF of his jeevni can be accessed from the link below. Target completion date of audiobook: December 30, 2013
ant Harnam Singh Ji lived a very simple down-to-earth life and audiobook of his biography 'Se-Kinehiya' has been an inspiration for alot of Sikh youth and the motivation behind this project of recording biographies of saints who were revealed by Guru Sahib. Many, remain hidden!
This is an audiobook of 'Dharam Pothi' printed by Damdami Taksal. It contains short, sweet and simple to understand stories of first four Guru Sahibs. The audiobook, in punjabi, has been made to make it easy for kids to get access to this amazing resource.
Bhai Sahib Bhai Randheer Singh Jee embodied a lifestyle of strict personal discipline. He was a dedicated Gursikh who fought injustice and always remained in Chardee Kalaa (high spirits). More on: www.akj.org
SANT BABA JAWALA SINGH Jl, HARKHOWAL is widely revered, for his piety, especially among Sikhs of Doaba region of the Punjab, was born on 1 May 1889 at Lagari, a village in Hoshiarpur district. His parents, Narain Singh and Raj Kaur, were known as highly religious persons. Baba ji was one of their twin sons. He received instruction at the village primary school and at the gurudwara. Baba Ji's build was tall and athletic. He joined the army on 5 January 1907 as a soldier in the 35th Sikh Battalion. It was during his service at Rawalpindi that he came in contact with Sant Aiya Singh, spiritual successor to ant Karam Singh of Hoti Mardan, a village near Mardan cantonment in the NorthWest Frontier Province (now, in Pakistan). He formally became a disciple of Sant Aiya Singh on 5 March 1911 .Baba ji saw action in France during World War I, but resigned from the army on 1 January 1917 and joined the Dera at Hoti Mardan to devote himself to a life of contemplation and service. At the persuasion of Sant Harnam Singh Ji of his native Hoshiarpur district and with the permission of his religious mentor Sant Aiya Singh, Jawala Singh returned home to Doaba in December 1918 and settled in a lonely place between the villages of Harkhowal and Pandori Bibi, about 11 km southwest of Hoshiarpur. Santgarh, the name by which his Dera came to be known, attracted Sikhs in increasingly large numbers. They came drawn by Sant Jawala Singh‘s pious manner and by the simplicity and lucidity of his religious discourses.
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Sant Attar Singh Ji inspired more than a hundred thousand people on the path of Sikhi. Sant Ji built many schools and colleges and is the inspiration behind Gurudwara and School Baru Sahib. Sant Ji did meditation sessions of 40 days, 3 months, 6 months and one year where they barely ate and slept. They believed in staying in Hukum and accepting God's will.