Explore, Learn, Relish Asa Ki Vaar with audio at Albel Singh is raising funds for Aasa di Vaar handwritten pothi on Kickstarter! promoting and preserving the tradition of Handwriting Gurbani, would you help for. May 10, Albel Singh is raising funds for Aasa di Vaar handwritten pothi on Kickstarter! promoting and preserving the tradition of Handwriting Gurbani.
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You’ll need an HTML5 capable browser to see this content. Please update in there is any change in the address, Aqsa will endeavour hand deliver the pothis within UK, if you would like to collect instead that can be done from my residence 64 Cranbrook Road, Handsworth, Birmingham, B21 8PG 5.
The deeds and the ode of this king was sung by the bards in that typical fashion which then was extremely popular and melodious and was therefore adopted to performing Asa Di Var.
Update 6 For backers only. Many thanks and d Gratitude Albel Singh.
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Posted May 10, Part of a series on. It seems we have to include Japji Sahib in as well to meet the minimum page requirements for binding. Retrieved from ” https: The Asa Di Var kirtan is recited in the early morning hours in a very melodious way and style as mentioned by Guru Arjan Dev Ji called “Tunde Asraje Ki Dhuni” after the name of the contemporary brave and pious king Asraj. Wanted to acknowledge the receipt of your support.
Finally I am humbly very thankful for all as Gurus Sangat, making this journey possible and keeping up with me that I have taken longer than expected time to overcome various challenges and learning, and bit of procrastination as well. With the hope that Gurus word with Gurus Grace be “Paaraas” in your life and give us opportunity to serve the creation.
For the international supporters, i wish i can possibly hand deliver as well, the pothis will be wrapped with 5 layers of materials, including a wooden box, and with Ardaas from guru sahib for muafi for the transit in post.
Share this project Done. Aasa ki Vaar handwritten pothi. I will soon send survey about your shipping address and number of pothies you require. Posted Oct 28, Views Read Edit View history. Digital conversion protocol, going through this project taught me typography and digital conversions, now this pothi has be produced such that each Akhar and Laga matra is an individual digital entity so it was easy for proofreading and correcting. Posted Feb 7, This page was last edited on 19 Julyat Please update in there is any change in the address, I will endeavour hand deliver the pothis within UK, if you would like to collect instead that can be done from my residence 64 Cranbrook Road, Handsworth, Birmingham, B21 8PG.
Asa di Var
This is the time I would ask for your Address and how many pothis would you require. These Sloks are tied together in a way that they relate to the same theme as highlighted in the pauri. If you’re a backer of this project, please log in to read this post. Recent updates Gone for Printing! Part of a series on Sikh scriptures Sikhism history beliefs. Only mentioning this for transparency purposes, not asking. Outline of Sikhism Sikhism portal. Sikhism history beliefs Sikh.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Big thank you for providing me this opportunity to do this sewa. Vawr 5 For backers only. Posted by Albel Singh Creator. Posted Dec 16, The final pothis will be A4 landscape with one pauri on one page and the corresponding “Chant” on facing page in different ink colour.
So this is used as the source and proofread according to this. Posted Apr 5, Within this journey was few steps towards understanding of the formation and one “Rahao” in the Vaar, the vocabulary, the gurbani grammar.
One of the hands of the king was amputated, so he was called Tunda meaning one hand amputated. Some people argue that the founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak Dev ji wrote the first 9 together on one occasion and later wrote 15 more stanzas on a different occasion but Professor Sahib Singh and some of the foremost Sikh scholars believe that the whole Var was written at the same place as the Var itself proceeds in a definite uniformity.
I would like to have your opinion about how would you like to see the final pothi, please be as descriptive as you may, from the colour theme, size of the pothi, kind of binding, etc. Sikh scripture Sikh terminology Adi Granth. If you got some other arrangements would be gaar to discuss.