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Readers Respond: Share a Gurbani Tuk, the Treasure of Guru Granth Sahib

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From the article: Tuk - Memory Verse
Treasure seekers, share in the riches of spiritual splendor. Please offer a jewel of the Guru Granth Sahib, and share a favorite Gurbani tuk, or memory verse. Be sure to include a simple explanation, or translation, so that everyone may understand and all are able to enjoy the gems of Gurbani. Share a Spiritual Gem

Naam Hamaarey Poojaa Dev

Naam Hamaarey Poojaa Dev NAAM Hamaarey Gur Kee Sev - The Lord's Name is my worship of deities. The Lord's Name is my service to the Guru. (http://www.sikhitothemax.com/page.asp?ShabadID=4097) Waheguru Waheguru Waheguru Waheguru
—Guest waheguru

dhan sri guru granth sahib

"Jaani jaani re raaja raam ki kahani; antar jyot gyaan pargaasa gurmukh virle jaani." (I have come to understand the glory of Almighty Raam, its like a flame inside and gives me the light of true knowledge that only gurmukh i.e follower of guru comes to know.)
—Guest gurpreet singh

Gurubani gem

Sau ko manda aakhiyah jit jamhe raajan (by Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji to his Sikhs, to respect women) Why to disrespect the one who gives birth to king
—Guest Gaganjit

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