What is the meaning of Chandi Di Vaar?

Chandi di Var (lit. “Chandi’s deeds”) is a composition written by Guru Gobind Singh, included in the 5th chapter of Dasam Granth. It is based on an episode from the Sanskrit work Markandeya Purana, and describes the conflict between the Gods and the Demons.

What is the importance of Chandi Di Vaar?

The main reason for writing about Chandi so many times was that Guru Gobind Singh Ji wanted to affect a sea change in the mental make up of the society, to enthuse and encourage them for the war of Righteousness that he planned to undertake.

What is Dasam Granth in Punjabi?

Dasam Granth is a short title for Dasven Pādśāh kā Graṅth (Punjabi: “The Book of the Tenth Emperor [i.e., spiritual leader]”). It is a compilation of hymns, philosophical writing, Hindu mythological tales, autobiography, and erotic fables, written in Braj Bhasa, Hindi, Persian, and Punjabi.

Who wrote the Sikh Ardas?

Guru Gobind Singh
Ardas is attributed to Guru Gobind Singh, the founder of the Khalsa and the 10th Guru of Sikhism.

What do we say Chandi in English?

Silver is a valuable greyish-white metal used for making jewellery and ornaments.

What happened to Guru Gobind Singh’s wife?

Just 20 months after her initiation, Ajit Kaur expired and left her earthly body on December 5, 1700, A.D. Her funeral rites and cremation took place in Agampura not far from Holgah Fort near Anandpur. A memorial in honor of Ajit Kaur marks the cremation site at Gurdwara Mata Jito Ji on Garshankar Road, Anandpur.

What is wrong with Dasam Granth?

From 1892 to 1897, Sikh scholars studied as many as 32 adaptations and prepared the Dasam Granth now under fire among some Sikhs. They believe it promotes sexual promiscuity, degrades women and also encourages use of intoxicants.

What language is Jaap Sahib?

Jaap Sahib (or Japu Sahib) is the morning prayer of the Sikhs….Jaap Sahib.

Jaap Sahib/ਜਾਪ ਸਾਹਿਬ
First published in Dasam Granth
Country Mughal Empire (Modern India)
Language Gurmukhi
Subject(s) Eulogy of Almighty

What is Ardās Punjabi?

The Ardās (Punjabi: ਅਰਦਾਸ) is a set prayer in Sikhism.

What are the 3 types of SEWA?

There are three types of sewa: tan , man and dhan .

Why Guru Gobind Singh married thrice?

Guru Gobind Singh had three wives. Guru lived in medieval India and it was common in those days to have more than one wife. More wives and more kids were highly encouraged in those times. People used to have more wives, because child mortality rate was very high due to lack of medical facilities.