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Guru Gobind Singh Ji 300 Saal Akal Gaman

Maya Dasi Bhagtan Ki Kar Kamavey

- Sri Guru Granth Sahib, 231

Maya (All the wordly powers - wealth, ridhhis, sidhhis) are subservient to the Trues devotees of the Lord. A Humble Tribute to Baba Nand Singh Ji Maharaj, the divine lover of Sri Guru Nanak Sahib and Sri Guru Granth Sahib.

True Holy incidents are given highlighting how the Kudrat, the Nature, and all the gods (and their powers - shakti), kaal (Samay) were always awaiting a blessed chance to serve Baba Nand Singh Ji Maharaj.

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Some highlights of the Video are:

  1. Once Baba Nand Singh Sahib said that humility (Nimarta) is greater than God as it can win Him over. In this context what is meant by "Man Neevan Mat Uchi"
  2. This Video is a breathtaking journey to the Dham of Baba Nand Singh Sahib, the only place in Kalyug which was far away from the influence of Maya. Let watch and see how it looks like.
  3. A soul-stirring Holy Incident of Dehradun where Babaji used to stay in dense forests.
  4. Every aspirants of God has some or the other desire in mind and many of these are worldly in nature. What does Maya (shakti) do when an aspirant comes with a worldly desire. And what happens when one with a pure heart and a sincere desire of Him alone reaches?
  5. Learn the most unique characteristics of the Dham of Baba Nand Singh Sahib, the staying place of Baba Nand Singh Ji, where there was no worldly comfort.
  6. Another Holy Incident which took place in the outskirts of Delhi.

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