Fifth Pauri (Step 5)

Concluding a series on five Pauri gurbani wallpapers, I present the last set. The Guru continues to explain what God is, and how to find Him.

Fifth Pauri, Part 1 Fifth Pauri, Part 2
Fifth Pauri, Part 3 Fifth Pauri, Part 4

Also available as a single image:

Fifth Pauri
Fifth Pauri

The word Naad has several interpretations by different people. For some, it refers to the unheard sound current that emanates from Him – it can only be heard by the spiritually uplifted. For others, the phrase “Gurmukẖ nāḏaʼn” refers to the fact that Knowledge about Him can only be obtained through the Guru’s word.

I released the first wallpaper in this series on March 8th last year. Strangely, this last one got completed around the same time this year. A total of 21 wallpapers, requiring around 50 hours of time at the computer completed over a year. Reading this if I have incited thirst for more in even a single believer, I would consider this work well worth (please post a comment).

For those interested further, I recommend Giani Sant Singh Maskeen’s commentary available easily on the net or can be purchased as CDs (nearly 20 hours). Another excellent resource is SriGranth.org – however, on the website I would encourage readers to switch on “Punjabi Bhai Manmohan Singh” to get a comprehensive view (just reading the English version doesn’t provide a lot of insight).

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Fourth Pauri (Step 4)

It is time to share the wallpapers for the fourth step with you all. This step is pivotal in the series, because here we obtain some of the answers to questions already promulgated, especially in the first step. The key thought is, how do we find God?

Fourth Pauri, Part 1
Fourth Pauri, Part 1
Fourth Pauri, Part 2
Fourth Pauri, Part 2
Fourth Pauri, Part 3
Fourth Pauri, Part 3
Fourth Pauri, Part 4
Fourth Pauri, Part 4

As one single image:

Fourth Pauri
Fourth Pauri

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Third Pauri (Step 3)

Moving ahead in the series of gurbani (the word of the Guru) wallpapers, below is the third pauri (third step).

The narrative to this step states that thoughts about God form a “rainbow of colors blending in white”. This can be applied to entire Japuji Sahib as well: there are so many different explanations, none of which can be labeled correct or incorrect. Each has its own bliss to read and know.

Enjoy, below in four parts:

Third Pauri, Part 1
Third Pauri, Part 1
Third Pauri, Part 2
Third Pauri, Part 2
Third Pauri, Part 3
Third Pauri, Part 3
Third Pauri, Part 4
Third Pauri, Part 4

One single wallpaper:

Third Pauri
Third Pauri

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