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Nitnem Path is a collection of Sikh hymns Gurbani to be read minimally 3 different times of the day. There are five hymns Five Banis to be done during Amrit Vela early morning , the Rehras Sahib hymn for the evening and Kirtan Sohila for the night, The morning and evening prayers should be followed by an Ardaas. Jap Ji Sahib begins with Mool Mantra and is followed by 38 pauris stanzas and ends with a final Salok at the end of this composition. Jap Ji Sahib is believed to be the first composition of Guru Nanak and is now considered the comprehensive essence of Sikh faith.

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Nitnem Path is a collection of Sikh hymns Gurbani to be read minimally 3 different times of the day. There are five hymns Five Banis to be done during Amrit Vela early morning , the Rehras Sahib hymn for the evening and Kirtan Sohila for the night, The morning and evening prayers should be followed by an Ardaas. Jap Ji Sahib begins with Mool Mantra and is followed by 38 pauris stanzas and ends with a final Salok at the end of this composition.

Jap Ji Sahib is believed to be the first composition of Guru Nanak and is now considered the comprehensive essence of Sikh faith.

Tav-Prasad Savaiye is a short composition of 10 stanzas which is part of daily liturgy among Sikhs Nitnem. This is an important composition which is read during Amrit Sanchar. The word Anand means complete happiness. Anand Sahib is chanted at all the religious ceremonies of the Sikhs irrespective of the nature of event. Rehras Sahib commonly known as Sodar Rehras, is the daily evening prayer of the Sikhs and is part of Nitnem.

This hymn is usually recited at the conclusion of evening ceremonies at the Gurdwara and also recited as part of Sikh funeral services. This hymn also recited before sleeping during bedtime. The Ardas is a set prayer in Sikhism. It is a part of worship service in a Gurdwara, daily rituals such as the opening the Guru Granth Sahib for prakash or closing it for sukhasan in larger Gurdwaras, closing of congregational worship in smaller Gurdwaras, rites-of-passages such as with the naming of child or the cremation of a loved one, daily prayer by devout Sikhs and any significant Sikh ceremonies.

An Ardas consists of three parts. The second part recites the trials and triumphs of the Khalsa and petition. The third salute the divine name. The first and the third part are set and cannot be changed, while the second part may vary, be shortened and include a supplication such as seeking divine help or blessing in dealing with daily problems, but is usually in the agreed form.

The uncovered sacred content traverses pages and contains the genuine words talked by the authors of the Sikh religion. Anand Sahib. Ardaas Sahib. Asa Di Vaar. Barah Maha. Basant Ki Vaar. Chaupai Sahib. Dukh Bhanjani. Jaap Sahib. Japji Sahib. Kirtan Sohila. Lawa Path Anand Karj. Raag Malaa. Rehrass Sahib. Sukhmani Sahib. You Know the meaning of Sikh word?

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These are mandatory and to be read by every Amritdhari Sikh [1] as expressed in the Sikh Rehat Maryada. There are five hymns Five Banis to be done during Amrit Vela early morning , [1] the Rehras Sahib hymn for the evening and Kirtan Sohila for the night. The morning and evening prayers should be followed by an Ardaas. This prayer is recited at dusk and takes about 15—25 minutes to recite. This prayer is recited at bedtime and takes about 5—8 minutes to recite. Optionally additional prayers may be added to a Sikh's nitnem as the individual seems fit.

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Account Options Sign in. Top charts. New releases. Add to Wishlist. You can read Nitnem 'in Hindi' or 'in Punjabi' and can read meaning of path while reading or listening to 'Nitnem Audio'. Purpose of this app is to let busy and mobile young generation reconnect with Sikhism and "Gurubani" by reading path on mobile. We hope that you will find this app useful and and will use it daily.

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