Mul Mantar ਮੂਲ ਮੰਤਰ
The Mul Mantar is the first composition of Guru Nanak. The Guru Granth Sahib begins with the Mul Mantar and it
occurs more than one hundred times throughout the text where it is placed at the beginning of the particular Shabad.
Bhai Mani Singh explains that the reason for placing the Mul Mantar at the beginning of a Shabad is that a Gursikh (Guru's Sikh)
should remember that everything else will eventually be annihilated only the Satnam (All-pervading Supreme Reality) will remain.
The Mul Mantar is the most widely known part of Sikh scripture but it has posed a challenge to translators. ~content from wikipedia
The origins of Sikhism lie in the teachings of Guru Nanak and his successors. The essence of Sikh teaching is
summed up by Guru Nanak in these words: "Realization of Truth is higher than all else. Higher still is truthful living".
As a Sikhi The Ramgarhia Misl (Group) was one of the Misl in 11 Misls at seventeen
century .This Misle an Indo Aryan ethnic tribe of the Punjab region in South Asia.
They are named after Jassa Singh Ramgarhia who was the leader of the Ramgarhia Misl.
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About the Gurudwara
Gurudwara Sahib is old Gurudwara in Lucknow City since 1850. It has long Nishan Sahib.
Jassa Singh Ramgarhia
very Ramgarhia feels to be proud when he or she hears or read the name of Maharaja Jassa Singh Ji Ramgarhia , Which indicates that Maharaja Jassa Singh must have been an important person in Sikh history. In one sentence it can be said that He was the founder of Sikh Missal which was the most powerful and by size the largest of all the Twelve Sikh Missals. Maharaja Jassa Singh was the oldest son of Sardar Bhagwan Singh Bhambhra, born in 1723, 16 years after Guru Gobind Singh has left heavenly abode in Nander in the province of Maharashtra. At the age of 17 he was posted as a commander of the army by Zakaria khan (Ruler Of Punjab). (By http://www.ramgarhiakom.com/)
After serving Zakaria Khan, he joined Sardar Nand Singh's army called the Dal Khalsa and was distinguished as having special qualities of soldier.By the year 1774 Maharaja Jassa Singh Ji Ramgarhia was the most powerful Sikh Maharaja in Punjab. His kingdom was by far the biggest and most powerful than any other Sikh Sardar's. His kingdom stretched from deacons of Doaba to the footsteps of the Himalayas stretching over an area of thousands of miles.
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