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Can some please check the tanslation on the mool mantar and spelling on this image before I print it out ?
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Here is the English translation OF Mool Manter: Please note that Gurmanter ends at Gur parsaad. After that is sloak. The second Sloak is at the end of JUP Sahib
THE ONE OMNIPRESENT GOD WHO IS IN EXISTANCE EVERYWHERE, THE CREATOR BEING, FEARLESS WITHOUT ENMITY, TIMELESS AND FORMLESS, DOES NOT TAKE LIFE FORMS, SELF CREATED, IS REALIZED THROUGH THE ENLIGHTEMENT OF THE SHABD
(Here Shabd means Gurbani)
These images aren’t real. Gurbani doesn’t believe in images. According to bhai Gurdas Ji Gur Shabd is Moorat.
GURMOORAT GUR SHABD HAI SADH SANGAT MIL AMRIT VELA II
Thank You Sadhu Singh Ji for the very quick reply and response to this question. May waheguru bless you. I will change to this
even I would like to know that is the correct translation of mool mantar
Please note that according to Guru Granth Sahib and all the Guru Sahib, Shabad is the Guru and not any personality or photograph.
ਸਬਦੁ ਗੁਰੂ ਸੁਰਤਿ ਧੁਨਿ ਚੇਲਾ ॥ – 943
Hence, we should not propagate the fake photographs.
According to Gurmat, whole Guru Granth Sahib is all sorts of Mantars.
There is no specific sentence which we can call as Mool Mantar.
I agree with you regarding the photos but photo issue is at every Gurdwara so Gurdwara should act first on this . If There is no specific sentence which we can call as Mool Mantar what how do we describe it then ?
It is always better to get information from the authentic source, i.e Guru Granth Sahib.
If Gurdwaras are not guiding properly, then it is better to search for a true source.
Please go through the following article about Mantars
Instead of taking this as a Mantar, it is more appropriate is to consider this as the definition of Akal Purkh.
For details you may please go through the following ebook