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Larivaar Gurmat

ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂਜੀਕਾਖਾਲਸਾ॥ ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂਜੀਕੀਫਤਿਹ॥

Larivaar is where Gurbani is written in continuous form as shown above (ie. with no breaks in between the words of Gurbani). This form of writing was used by the Sikh Guru Ji's and other historical Sikhs.

Gurmat, counsel or tenets of the Guru, more specifically focusing the mind towards the Guru is a term which may in its essential sense be taken to be synonymous with Sikhism itself. Etymologically, Gur means wisdom and Mat means Tenet/ Belief. Generally, Gurmat is theology includes teachings of Sikh Bhagats and Sikh Gurus which is incorporated in Guru Granth Sahib.

Sikh historical writings, unauthentic writings or apocryphal compositions in name of Sikh Gurus and other writings by Sikhs are not considered as Gurbani and are referred to as Kachi Bani.

The following are articles of cover the importance of Larivaar Gurbani.

Forward A Flawed Logic - Some thoughts on Larivaar Saroop.

Forward A Lost Gurmat Tradition That Needs To Be Revived - It is urged that the practice of writing Gurbani be brought back to Panth.

Forward Larivaar Saroop of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji - Larivaar unites the panth.

Forward The True Guru is Lost! - No man or organization should print the 'Padd-Chhed Bir'.

Forward Unpardonable Sin - Larivaar is where Gurbani is written in continuous form, with no breaks in between the words of Gurbani.

The traditions of the Gurus, as they themselves gave us, are in dire need of re-establishment.

Note: Historic Gurdwaras in India, including Sri Harmandir Sahib (Sri Darbar Sahib), Amritsar,
only permit Parkash of Larivaar Saroop of Guru Granth Sahib Ji.

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