Dhadrianwale Dharna MP3 Recordings

dhadrianwale Dharna parmeshardwar mp3 audio Dharna is old and tradition of singing poetic compositions to explain the meaning of Gurbani in simple words. In earlier days, Farmers and House-Ladies of Punjab use to sing folks and other meaningless songs while farming and doing house hold activities. Understanding Gurbani was a not easy due to their illiteracy. Sant Attar Singh Mastuana Wale, a prominent Sikh Preacher of time, invented Dharna as a method to teach Gurmat Principals and meanings using simple words. Dharna style kirtan went so popular that Farmers and House ladies soon started reciting these meaningful poems instead of adulterous songs. Dhadrianwale often uses this kirtan style to explain Gurbani Principals during his preaching. People like these Dharna and sing it during their day-to-day activities. Some Dharnas are so popular that people are using them as their mobile ringtones.

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"Bhai Ranjit Singh is a mahapursh or yug-parvartak in the real sense of the term"
My request to Bhai Ranjit Singh Ji to dissuade Sikhs from indulging in ever increasing practice of people putting a lot of money in the hands of the granthi offering ardas to make a special ardas for them for this purpose or that as if the granthi is the commission agent of God. The granthis are doubling /trebling these hefty sums of ill-gotten money by lending it on mind-boggling rates of interest to the very people who gave it to him as ardas! The foolish prople still cannot understand the game and this vicious circle goes on and on. If this malpractice is not checked the day is not far away when all the lands of the villagers will be purchased by such greedy granthis and all the farmers will be forced to act as granthis' farm laborers. Equally deplorable is the bhedchal of each visitor to offer a ten rupee note to any tom, dick or harry performing kirtan (the offering is made even before he even starts the kirtan and even after he has stopped it!!) The list of such foolish mockeries is too long to be listed in one email. Bhai Ranjit Singh Ji doing the most wonderful service to Sikhism (humanism actually) by exposing such mockeries in boldest possible manner. I bow in reverence to his greatness. He is a mahapursh (rather yug-parvartak) in the real sense of the term. May God bless him with a long life so that he may clean the mud of ignorance and superstitions in which Sikhism has drowned neckdeep. Yours sincerely Balvinder Singh
_ Balvinder Singh, Kaithal - India


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