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Bhan Mathura Kachh Bhed Nahin Guru Arjan Partakh Har

This small website is only a humble tribute at His Holy feet.

Compilation of Sri Guru Grant Sahib Ji

Bhai Gurdas Ji not only wrote the Adi Granth as dictated by Guru Arjan Dev Ji but also supervised four other scribes, Bhai Haria, Bhai Sant Das, Bhai Sukha and Bhai Manasa Ram, in the writing of various scriptures.[2] His other works in Punjabi are collectively called Varan Bhai Gurdas.

Shaheedan de Sirtaj

Tera Kiya Meetha Lage,
Har Naam Padarath Nanak Mange

The Fifth Nanak ( Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji) sat on fire, to save the world on fire.

Sukhmani Sukh Amrit Prabh Naam

Sukhmani Sahib ji was written by fifth Sikh Guru Arjun Dev Ji in Raag Gauri. Sukhmani Sahib is the Title of the Gurbani included in the Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji,spans 35 pages from page 262 to page 296.

Tan Man Kat Kat Sab Arpi vich agni aap jalayee
Dhan Sri Guru Arjan Dev Sahib ji
Guru Arjan Dev, the Fifth Sikh Guru, whom providence had destined to be the first martyr to the Sikh cause and religious toleration, enjoyed the distinction of being the grandson of Guru Amar Das. The child Arjan was equally blessed as the progeny of Bibi Bhani, known for her piety, service and humility and Jetha Ji who was subsequently hailed as Guru Ram Das, the Fourth Guru, in recognition to his devotion and commitment to Sikh religion.

Guru Arjan Dev was born on April 15, 1563 A.D. at Goindwal, a small town on the bank of the river Beas in the district of Amritsar.

Guru Arjan Dev spent 11 years of his early life under the benign grace and tender care of his maternal grandfather at Goindwal. Guru Arjan was married to Ganga, daughter of Krishen Chand, a resident of Meo village near Phillaur in Jalandhar district. The marriage took place in 1589 when he was about 26 years old.