Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh. This question comes from reading Bhai Kulbir Singh Ji’s riddle about 22 Vaars. Bhai Sahib Ji. The official website of Damdami Taksaal has great content including literature, audio, videos and more. Basant Ki Vaar. Posted April 21, by Guru Prakash Kaur Khalsa & filed under “Basant Ki Vaar” by Pritpal Singh Khalsa.
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Basant Ki Vaar
Print View Tweet Facebook. Transmigration thus annulled, the self merges in the Creator. Who knows what mystical occurrence had occurred when Guru Sahib jee ended it like this. Vars are heroic ballads included in the Guru Granth Sahib. Reply Quote Tweet Facebook. They are freed from kj cycle of birth and death. Basant, is the Punjabi word for spring from which the musical measure the Var derives its title.
Like the Var of Balvand and Satta, but unlike any other var in the Guru Granth Sahib, this Var does not have any slokas added to the pauris. Like Malhar the raga of the rainy season the The Basant Ki Var is an ancient seasonal raga – the raga of springtime.
The third Pauri declares that such Bhagats are beautiful Suhaave who chant Naam, meditate on Naam, and listen to Naam. Tuhada bahut bahut dhanvaad Bhai Sahib Ji!
Home Audio Video Literature. The Basant ki Var is made up of three pauris stanzas only and each pauri consists of only five lines. The real reason behind this too, only Guru Sahib jee knows but we can only conjecture that Guru Sahib jee did not find any Salok that would match up with the Pauris of Siri Basant kee Vaar. In alliance with Khalis Foundation. Click here to login. Such men succumb not to grief, nor are they beguiled by pleasures. They alone overcome the five vices, which are the companions of manmukhs, the selfwilled.
Sorry, only registered users may post in this forum. The way to blossom like a flower that blossoms in spring, is chanting Naam but the only way one can get Naam basantt if is pre-ordained by Vaheguru jee.
Springtime is the period of newness when vegetation stirs to life and nature comes to bloom in all its beauty and splendour. Basant Ki Vaar Question March 04, The Bzsant has only 3 Pauris and one who does keen Paath of this Vaar gets this feeling that there must have been a mystical reason that Siri Guru jee did not expand further on this Vaar and ended it after 3rd Pauri.
The first Pauri tells us the way to blossom even while living in this world which is like a desert. As Basant is the season of union, this Var impresses upon man to submit himself to the true Guru to achieve union with the Divine.
Basant Ki Vaar Question
With respect to Siri Akal Ustat, Siri Guru jee did such lofty praise Ustat of Akal Purakh that one gets astonished and awed but by ending it like this Guru Sahib jee is giving the message that it’s not possible to complete the Ustat of Vaheguru jee. The second Pauri of this Vaar goes on to explain more benefits of doing the divine effort of Naam Abhyaas.
The repeated Paath of this Vaar with concentration and love gets the mind focused which in turn enhances the experience of Naam Abhyaas. This forum is powered by Phorum. Since it is relatively short, it would be easy for someone like myself to include it in Nitnem and it would be of great help to hear more about Basant Ki Vaar from Bhai Kulbir Singh Ji or any other GurSikh who has experience of doing Paath of this Bani.
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The Paath starts with allusion to blossoming but the blossoming here is not of vegetation but of the Gursikh who meditates on Naam. Basant Ki Var, by Guru Arjan Dev, is the shortest of the twentytwo vars holy poems composed in the style or tone of odes. The three great benefits of chanting Naam as per the second Pauri are — taming of 5 vices, elimination of all diseases and becoming one with Vaheguru jee. This Pankiti also contains the secret of Jugti of Naam Abhyaas. Gurbani is Agam Agaadh Bodh.
Same way, only Guru Sahib jee knows why only 3 Pauris were brought from Sachkhand. Another point to note is that this Vaar is the only Vaar, apart from Ramkali kee Vaar, that does not have any Saloks attached to it, even though there are so many Saloks that were left in the pool of Salok Vaara tau Vadheek.