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Narayan Singh holding the sword during Ardas. Right after the hukam the kids love to take the swords and hold them in front of the Siri Guru Granth Sahib and then Escort the Guru to his room after Sukhasn.

8 Responses to “112303993031415233”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Awww

  2. Anonymous says:

    sat sri akal!!Gurmustak,
    it’s ‘SUKHASAN’ not sukasan.which itself clears the meaning sukh da asan.
    just a correction.pls don’t mind.

  3. Anonymous says:

    He did say sukhasan?
    omg

  4. He must have been a Gursikh in a previous life

  5. Kiran says:

    hi

    ok im a naive to hwen it comes to understanding some parts of Sikhi. What i wanted to ask you is, What is Sukasan? Moreover, how often is it supposed to be performed? It would be very much appreciated if you could enlighten me on this issue.

    thanks very much

    Kiran.

    ps is a warm afternoon in London today.

  6. isingh says:

    kiran :))), you’re so cute. well according to Gurumustak’s description of the pic it is when or the process of taking the Guru(Sri Guru Granth Sahib/SGGS) to the resting place.

  7. Kiran says:

    sat shri akaal

    good afternoon, just wanted to say thanks for the response isingh, very much appreciated. I have experianced this event many a time…i just didnt know what it was called.

    Kiran

    ps

    its a dismal afternoon in london today.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Narayan looks in Chardi Kala. He is a blessed child and Waheguru refects from every inch of firmness of his sight, Kirpan and skin.

    You are really lucky Gurmustak Veerji!