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November 20, 2010 by staff
Gurpurab, Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Gurpurab 2010, Guru Nanak Birthday 2010, Happy Gurpurab, Guru Nanak Jayanti Sms, Gurpurab Sms, Gurpurab the Sacred Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Brig. Partap Singh Jaspal (retired) has released an album on the supreme deity. This humble tribute to his eternal glory with its rich references Swaroop life, the Holy Sri Guru Granth Sahib. It is broadcast on television deemed Juice One, and No. SikhChannel channel. 2.
Brig. Partap Singh Jaspal (retired), son of Baba Narinder Singh Ji and a direct disciple of Baba Nand Singh Ji Maharaj has released an album on Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji – “Waho Waho Satgur Nirankari Hai Na Jis Paravar Ant” on Gurpurab Guru Nanak Dev Ji Sri. He is a humble tribute to the founder of the Sikh religion and gives an overview of his eternal glory in the light of references from his living Swaroop, Sri Guru Granth Sahib, and from samples of sacred life of Guru Nanak himself.
Citing one of Brig. Partap Singh Jaspal many reputable sites, “The Lord Himself took the form of light shaped Sri Guru Nanak Sahib. Nanak Sahib Sri Guru and His glory are eternal. The Lord has not abandoned this glorious form. Baba Nand Singh Ji Maharaj proved beyond a trace of doubt the authenticity of this eternal truth enshrined in Sri Guru Granth Sahib. The Supreme Lord Guru Nanak is above all human limits. The Lord Guru Nanak is forever present in his glorious form and light. The pure devotees see and receive face to face and are blessed with his personal direction. ”
Like other albums produced by Brig. Partap Singh Jaspal, “Waho Waho Satgur Nirankari Hai Na Jis Paravar Ant” is a combination of speech and melodious recitation holy Gurbani – Shabad Kirtan. The tune “Dhan Guru Nanak Tuhi Nirankari” works throughout the video and its importance has been developed.
It would be a treat for all candidates, so ardent followers of Guru Nanak, or those of other faiths who have an interest in learning more about the Guru and the Sikh religion.
Viewers in different parts of the world can see what programs and spiritual mission on different TV channels. The programs are available on the channel Multifaith deemed Juice One day 11:00 to 11:30 (EST) in North America, on the free circulation of air SikhChannel popular channel in the UK and Europe from 04:00 to 5: 12 noon (UK time) Thursday and 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (UK time) on Sunday, and on channel 2 in India and Asia 6:00-7:00 (IST) in the morning and 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. (STIs [Free Trend Analysis]) in the evening. One juice is available on Dish network channel not 581. SikhChannel is available on Sky channel 840 (SKY 840) and also on the internet.
The video was entirely available for free viewing on the websites of the mission and http://www.sikhvideos.org http://www.SriGuruNanakSahib.org and also on youtube channel http://www. youtube.com / user / sikhvideos
ECards video based on Gurpurab of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji was also prepared and may be freely distributed.
About Brig. Partap Singh Jaspal (retired), and its mission:
Brigadier Partap Singh Jaspal (retired) is a direct disciple and intimate throughout Baba Nand Singh Ji Maharaj. He had the privilege of having the most blessed Darshans direct Baba Nand Singh Ji Maharaj, and enjoy the happiness of the House of Guru Nanak in his Lotus Feet. Brig. Partap Singh Jaspal only passion and ambition in life was and continues to share the precious treasure of divinity that he inherited directly from his Divine Master Baba Nand Singh Ji and his father Baba Narinder most venerable Singh Ji with all children of the sole Beloved Lord.
He started the Guru Nanak Data Baksh Lai Mission with the launch of http://www.Baisakhi1999.org to mark the tercentenary of the birth of Khalsa in 1999 and within two years of four sites was launched and the mission has since spread like wildfire. The mission is also to the world through the mediums of television, audio and video productions, and books. The mission does not seek publicity and serves the entire world community in the firm belief of the unity of divinity and the oneness of humanity. It includes only family members and is based at 203, Sector 33-A Chandigarh Phone: +91 172 2601440.
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