Daily Banis

While the aim of each Sikh is to read, understand and imbibe the teachings of the Wonderful Gurus in one's life, each Sikh trys and read the following 5 Banis daily. Starting with Japji Sahib, Jaap Sahib and Tav Prasaad Swaayeeyai in the morning, Rehraas Sahib in the early evening and Sohila before heading to bed. Many also do Asa Di Vaar, Sukhmani Sahib, Shabad Haazare and Anand Sahib among other Banis on daily basis.

Japji Sahib is the first Bani in Sri Guru Granth Sahib and it starts with Mool Mantar. Mool Mantar in essence gives the definition of Waheguru ji or God. Regardless of which faith one follows, understanding of this definition clears all the doubts regarding who God is. From there, first instruction of remembering and meditating upon is given.

Japji Sahib is written by the first wonderful Guru Sahib, Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji. This is a Bani that all Sikhs do it in the morning.

Jaap Sahib is the opening Bani of Sri Dasam Granth and as the name suggests, written by the 10th wonder Guru Sahib, Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji. Like Japji Sahib, this Bani emphasizes on the definition of Waheguru ji and is in HIS appreciation. This too is a Bani that's done in the Morning

Tav Prasaad Savaayeeyai is also a Bani written by the Tenth Wonderful Guru Sahib, Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji and is taken from Sri Dasam Granth. This is the 3rd Bani that's done in the morning

Tav Prasaad Savaayeeyai is also a Bani written by the Tenth Wonderful Guru Sahib, Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji and is taken from Sri Dasam Granth. This is the 3rd Bani that's done in the morning

Tav Prasaad Savaayeeyai is also a Bani written by the Tenth Wonderful Guru Sahib, Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji and is taken from Sri Dasam Granth. This is the 3rd Bani that's done in the morning

Tav Prasaad Savaayeeyai is also a Bani written by the Tenth Wonderful Guru Sahib, Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji and is taken from Sri Dasam Granth. This is the 3rd Bani that's done in the morning

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