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Gurmat Sangeet



Gurmat Sangeet
GURMAT SANGIT or sacred music of the Sikhs. The founder of the Sikh religion, Guru Nanak (1469-1539), composed his religious verse to settings of Indian ragas mostly from the classical tradition. Successive Gurus followed his example and considered divine worship through music the best means of attaining that state which results in commun-ion with God. Religious music is that musical expression which is appropriate to and presented as a definite part of a formal service of worship .
Amrit Keertan Database
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Varan Bhai Gurdas Ji  text in Gurmukhi with English translation and transliteration  upto Vaar 9online
Text Courtesy : S. Jaswant Singh
Asa Di Vaar text in Gurmukhi with English translation and transliteration
Gurbani Raags
Here is a detailed statement of the functions and atmosphere ascribed traditionally to various ragas along with banis composed to each, within the corpus of Guru Granth Sahib.
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