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After reading about the 9 qualities of Sukhmani Sahib in this book, I have included this bani into my daily Nitnem. in the Guru Granth Sahib which in turn appears in the major musical measure Raga Gauri to which it belongs.This will be substantiated by comparing it with the language of a poet writing in pure Braj, such as Surdas, who flourished around the same period as Guru Arjan. Ohi (23.4)) is Punjabi, of which the Braj equivalent would be vehi, Hoi (past verbal form) is Punjabi.To indicate the differences of the language of Sukhmani from Braj even Bhakha, a few examples may be given: Thivai (3.2) is Punjabi, so is ditha (7.7). Bhau (18.7) for bhaya (fear) is an especial form given in gurbani and occurring frequently.It is similar in syntax and structure, though its essential meaning will elude one not attuned to the spiritual experience and the idiom and phraseology of gurbani.The language character is close to Khari Boli, the Hindi that had evolved in the areas lying northwest of Delhi, with a distinct inclination towards Punjabi.The location is still marked on the bank of the Ramsar pool in the city of Amritsar, near the famous Golden Temple the Harimandir Sahib.
Each stanza has ten lines, which consist of five couplets.
It is so inspiring that it makes you want to jump out of bed and do 5 paaths of Sri Sukhmani Sahib everyday!
" - Satwant Singh "Before I read this book, I had never sat and listened to paath of Sri Sukhmani Sahib.
It is a lengthy composition, written by Guru Arjan Dev, the fifth Sikh Guru.
The sacred prayer spans 35 pages from page 262 to page 296 of the Guru Granth Sahib.