Gurdwara Sahib Keysborough
In Sikhism the word gurdwara alludes to the Sikh spot of love. The gurdwara houses the Guru Granth Sahib, which is Sikhism’ hallowed sacred writing, and never-ending master of the Sikhs. Divine guidance contained in kirtan or psalms of Gurbani sung from Guru Granth Sahib offer the means to illumination. Subsequently whoever comes to the gurdwara to adore enters the entryway or door of the master.
The best meaning of the word gurdwara is found in its profound setting. Getting entrance through a gateway equipped for shipping it from profound obliviousness and the haziness of common inner self connection through divine guidance, the spirit might turn out to be in a genuine way enlightened and accomplish freedom from the impacts of self image. Such a one goes through the 10th entryway, or gap of awareness, and achieves otherworldly acknowledgment of its innate relationship as being at one with divine Waheguru.
Demonstration Of Worship
Way Karna prevalently known as venerating in the Sikh Faith. Perusing from Dhan Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji and more modest and divided adaptation of devout considerations of our instructors prominently known as Gutkas.
Contemplation or simran is one of the essential way of thinking of sikhs rosary globules are ordinarily used to ponder or do simran WAHEGURU. (endless times)
God’s Name or Naam prevalently known in punjabi is the maker of everything. All Divine light and astuteness takes birth from Naam.
Each Sikh asks and reflect God’s name which is known as Naam laina and what each sikh appeals to God for endowments of Naam over them which is known as Naam Dena. It is a notable conviction and additionally legitimized in gurbani that by taking Lords Name (Waheguru) inner self disappears.
“Waheguru Gur Mantar Hai, Jap Haumai Khoee.”
This was contemplation, presently let us talk about two fundamental sorts of love.
1) Individual Worship
2) Congregational Worship.
1) Individual Worship: This love can be performed at any spot which hushes up and serene. The day by day schedule known as Nitnem contains the way or the psalms from the heavenly book (Dhan Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji)
Japji Sahib, Jaap Sahib and Tav Parsad Sawaiyas are discussed toward the beginning of the day alongside chaupai and anand sahib with the finish of ardas.
Rehraas Sahib and ardaas is discussed after the dusk.
Prior to heading to sleep Sohila Sahib or Kirtan Sohila is discussed. These choice of songs is called gutka which is ordinarily enclosed by a fabric and kept in a protected spot or this demonstration of nitnem is done from blessed Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.
2) Congregational Worship: Congregation assembles in a Gurdwara (Guru’s entryway) which is the focal spot of love for all. The maker of Miri Piri Dhan Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji made the idea of Gurudwara. It was worked at the spots of the five Guru birth and lecturing places ordinarily earliest at the hour of initial five Gurus, Sikh spot of love were known as Dharamsalas, where individuals of all religions and positions used to accumulate around one spot for shared love. The first of its sort was set up at Kartarpur Sahib by Guru Nanak Dev Ji.
Assemblage (Sangat) + Worship (Kirtan) + Communal Meal (Langar) + Serving others (Sewa)
= Dharamsala + Guru Granth Sahib Ji = Gurdwara (Now-a-days)
All the previously mentioned ideas of assemblage, kirtan, langar and sewa are the encapsulations of Sikh Religion.
There is general example of Sikh Service which is embraced in each gurdwara which are independent establishments (aside from authentic gurdwaras which remembers come occasions in the set of experiences) made by sikh networks privately run by their separate advisory groups who are liable to the nearby sangat as it were.
The functions in the gurdwara starts with Asa Ki Vaar. Then, at that point, psalm singing known as kirtan is finished. Then, at that point, end is announced by the presentation of ardas by teh peruser of sacred writing (Granthi). After ardas the haphazardly chosen shabad or song is described in the sangat which is the heavenly thing to address (Hukamnama). Then, at that point, purified food (Karah Parshad) is conveyed to the sangat (assemblage) which is the image of uniformity and organization. Then, at that point, at practically every one of the spots langar (shared supper is served.
This closes teh system of congregational love.
The promising and most important days connected with the 10 Gurus, sikh saints and Dhan Guru Granth Sahib itself regularly noticed Gurpurabs, Birthday of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Birthday of Guru Gobind Singh Ji, Martyrdom day of Guru Arjan Dev Ji, Martyrdom day of Guru Tegh Bahadar Ji.