39 episodes

KhojGurbani is an online platform with a mission to make the Guru Granth Sahib accessible to and exciting for the common Sikh—who wants to read Gurbani but does not have the tools and a support network to do so. While KhojGurbani will engage Sikhs globally in discussion on specific sections of Guru Granth Sahib every week, it will also spearhead the development of a crowdsourced commentary and a new idiomatic English translation.

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    • Religion & Spirituality

KhojGurbani is an online platform with a mission to make the Guru Granth Sahib accessible to and exciting for the common Sikh—who wants to read Gurbani but does not have the tools and a support network to do so. While KhojGurbani will engage Sikhs globally in discussion on specific sections of Guru Granth Sahib every week, it will also spearhead the development of a crowdsourced commentary and a new idiomatic English translation.

    kita loriai kam (ਕੀਤਾ ਲੋੜੀਐ ਕੰਮੁ ਸੁ ਹਰਿ ਪਹਿ ਆਖੀਐ)

    kita loriai kam (ਕੀਤਾ ਲੋੜੀਐ ਕੰਮੁ ਸੁ ਹਰਿ ਪਹਿ ਆਖੀਐ)

    In this episode we discussed "ਕੀਤਾ ਲੋੜੀਐ ਕੰਮੁ ਸੁ ਹਰਿ ਪਹਿ ਆਖੀਐ" (kita loriai kanm s har pah akhiai) recited during Anand Karaj
    KhojGurbani is an online platform with a mission to make the Guru Granth Sahib accessible to and exciting for the common Sikh—who wants to read Gurbani but does not have the tools and a support network to do so. While KhojGurbani will engage Sikhs globally in discussion on specific sections of Guru Granth Sahib every week, it will also spearhead the development of a crowdsourced commentary and a new idiomatic English translation.
    Visit http://www.khojgurbani.org/ for more information

    • 44 min
    Laav (ਲਾਵ) 4

    Laav (ਲਾਵ) 4

    In this episode we discussed 4th laav, Laavan - a collection of hymns that preside over a Sikh wedding (Anand Karaj)
    KhojGurbani is an online platform with a mission to make the Guru Granth Sahib accessible to and exciting for the common Sikh—who wants to read Gurbani but does not have the tools and a support network to do so. While KhojGurbani will engage Sikhs globally in discussion on specific sections of Guru Granth Sahib every week, it will also spearhead the development of a crowdsourced commentary and a new idiomatic English translation.
    Visit http://www.khojgurbani.org/ for more information

    • 49 min
    Laav (ਲਾਵ) 3

    Laav (ਲਾਵ) 3

    In this episode we discussed 3rd laav, Laavan - a collection of hymns that preside over a Sikh wedding (Anand Karaj)
    KhojGurbani is an online platform with a mission to make the Guru Granth Sahib accessible to and exciting for the common Sikh—who wants to read Gurbani but does not have the tools and a support network to do so. While KhojGurbani will engage Sikhs globally in discussion on specific sections of Guru Granth Sahib every week, it will also spearhead the development of a crowdsourced commentary and a new idiomatic English translation.
    Visit http://www.khojgurbani.org/ for more information

    • 49 min
    Laav (ਲਾਵ) 2

    Laav (ਲਾਵ) 2

    In this episode we discussed 2nd laav, Laavan - a collection of hymns that preside over a Sikh wedding (Anand Karaj)
    KhojGurbani is an online platform with a mission to make the Guru Granth Sahib accessible to and exciting for the common Sikh—who wants to read Gurbani but does not have the tools and a support network to do so. While KhojGurbani will engage Sikhs globally in discussion on specific sections of Guru Granth Sahib every week, it will also spearhead the development of a crowdsourced commentary and a new idiomatic English translation.
    Visit http://www.khojgurbani.org/ for more information

    • 53 min
    Laav 1

    Laav 1

    In this episode we discussed 1st laav, Laavan - a collection of hymns that preside over a Sikh wedding (Anand Karaj)
    KhojGurbani is an online platform with a mission to make the Guru Granth Sahib accessible to and exciting for the common Sikh—who wants to read Gurbani but does not have the tools and a support network to do so. While KhojGurbani will engage Sikhs globally in discussion on specific sections of Guru Granth Sahib every week, it will also spearhead the development of a crowdsourced commentary and a new idiomatic English translation.
    Visit http://www.khojgurbani.org/ for more information

    • 51 min
    Satigur Ki Seva Saphal Hai

    Satigur Ki Seva Saphal Hai

    In this episode, Chetandeep Singh presents his understanding of the shabad “satigur ki seva saphal hai” (ਸਤਿਗੁਰ ਕੀ ਸੇਵਾ ਸਫਲ ਹੈ) followed by a discussion and Q&A with the panelists of Khoj Gurbani.
    KhojGurbani is an online platform with a mission to make the Guru Granth Sahib accessible to and exciting for the common Sikh—who wants to read Gurbani but does not have the tools and a support network to do so. While KhojGurbani will engage Sikhs globally in discussion on specific sections of Guru Granth Sahib every week, it will also spearhead the development of a crowdsourced commentary and a new idiomatic English translation.
    Visit http://www.khojgurbani.org/ for more information

    • 50 min

Customer Reviews

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Gurbani made relevant and comprehensible in English

Highly engaging discussion on seminal themes drawn from Gurbani.

Jagjit_Singh_Sethi ,

Podcasts Idea is Great

Podcasts are better than video.

Listening is the most wonderful and amazing way to put mind into what you are listening. Ears are always open.

Sadh Sangat in old days was the only way of commutation.

Today it’s iPhone.

Ultimately Sadh Sangat boils down to your own Sangat with that Sadh - which doesn’t need any invitation.

Since iPhone is available 24x7 - what that means is actually for one’s soul a Sadh the Sangat Out of the iPhone - millions of Kirtan katha and Nitnem is available 24x7.

The Gurudwara Sangat is probably Not available even 10% of the time and that too if you can not walk or drive then it’s not possible and it’s available only for very few hours then which is a more and easier available Sangat?

Not tying to be a critic but already most Gurudwara live programs are free on Facebook etc but how many people watch - hardly any. The reason is - quality is missing. Most Kirtan 99.99% is sung Not In the authentic way and Not with authentic instruments - sorry - it’s more of a $ collection mechanism and Not Kirtan.

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