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Sindhi Shabd

1 Bhali Ayen NANIK SHAH

2 aaj din sabhago aayo

3 Aaj Koyal Mithi Kook Kai Aa

4 Dhan Dhan Shri Guru Nanak Sahib

5 Dhan Guru Nanak Sara Jag Tariya

6 Jahinkhe Nanak Shahji Oat

7 Kar Mehar Tu Asante

8 Guru Ghar Eenden

9 Guru Nanak Sahibji Dhan Hai

10 Aarti Gagan Mein Thal

11 Ardas

12 Anand Sahib
Sindhis are peaceful, hard working, simple, open minded and above all the most hospitable people in the world.
Devri Sahib

Sind is the land of Sufis and saints who gave the message of peace and unity to the whole world.

In the district of Ghotki Sind there is a small village, which is known for great saints and Sufis called Raherki Sahib(Devri Sahib). Devri Sahib is also called Saint Satram Dham (SSD), as this is the place where Saint Satramdas Sahib was born. This is a place where people from all over the world come to get peace of mind and to get their wishes fulfilled.

Big Devri Sahib

Big Devri Sahib

Who ever comes to Raherki Sahib does not go empty handed. Anybody who comes here with tears in his or her eyes goes back happily and contended.

It is a very well known fact that the 'Holy book at Devri Sahib which

Devotees reciting Dhuni Sahib at Devri Sahib
Devotees reciting Dhuni Sahib at Devri Sahib
is known as "Dhuni Sahib" has great powers and any one who recites 'Dhuni Sahib' at home over come all the sorrows and difficulties in his life. The recitation of Dhuni Sahib has brought a lot of happiness and peace of mind to the millions of people around the world. One can read as well as listen to it (Dhuni Sahib) at home.

The very first saint who served at Raherki Sahib was saint Sai Khotaram Sahib. Saint Sai Khotaram Sahib was a holy man. He had spiritual powers and was adored by the people all over the Sind. He

Samadhi of Khotaram Sahib
always served poor and needy people. He sang Gurbani in a very beautiful touching way. When he sang Gurbani people sat absorbed.

Once Sai Jan came to know that the famine had hit many a villages in Sind. Many a people, farmers as well as the Zamindars came to Sai Jan for his blessings.

Sai Jan called upon all the Panchayats and made an appeal to all the Zamindars that since there was lot of food shortage out of total crop of 24 tons per head each Zamindar should bring 5 kgs for the poor & needy people. One of the Zamindar Surajmal said that in this situation offamine it was not possible to take this responsibility and they went away.

Next morning all of them that means all the Zamindars returned back and fell on the feet of Sai Khotaram and pleaded for mercy. When Sai Jan asked them what happened they said that since they refused to do what Sai Jan told them they were not able to sleep. They at night in their dream saw snakes and evil powers who were telling them that they will kill them and after that they got scared and wanted Sai Jan to forgive them for not obeying to Sai Jan's order. On listening to this Sai Jan said that those who repent and understand their mistakes are not punished by the God as he is the greatest of all.

History of hinduism

What is the history of Hinduism?

Hinduism is the oldest and one of the most complex of all religious systems. It is difficult to provide adequate history of Hinduism because it has no specific founder or theology. The development of this religion was influenced when light-skinned nomadic Aryan Indo-European tribes invaded Northern India BC from Russia and Central Asia attacking the Harappan people who lived there in 1500. The word, Hinduism, comes from the word, Indus, which is the name of an Indian River that existed about 5000 years ago.

Both groups adopted the beliefs of the other so they were similar in their religious doctrines. The Aryans believed in multiple gods to worship and the Harappans believed in the sanctity of fertility.

The Aryan group developed what is called the caste system, which ranked society according to occupational class. That system is as follows: Brahmins are priests; Kshatriyas are soldiers, king-warrior class; Vaishyas are merchants, farmers, Sutras laborers and craftspeople; Harijahns are "untouchables" -- those thought to be descended from the Harappan aboriginal people who are extremely poor and discriminated against. The higher the person's caste, the more the person is blessed with the benefits and luxuries of life. The system was outlawed in 1948, but it is still important to the Hindu people and recognized as the proper way to categorize society.

The Hindu religion has branched out and now encompasses a wide variety of religious beliefs and organizations. Portions of the Hindu beliefs have found their way into other countries, and are the foundation of other religions such as Transcendental Meditation and Buddhism.

As we continue on in learning the history of Hinduism, it would be interesting to note some of the Hindu scriptures.

  • The oldest form of Hindu scriptures, Veda, means wisdom or knowledge, and contains hymns, prayers and ritual texts composed during a period of a thousand years.

  • The Upanishads are a collection of secret teachings including mystical ideas about man and the universe. The word, Brahman, comes into focus within this group, which is the basis of reality, and atman, which is the self or soul.

  • Next is the Ramayana, which is one of two major tales of India. The work consists of 24,000 couplets based on the life of Rama, a righteous king who was an incarnation of the God Vishnu.

  • The Mahabharata is the second epic and is the story of the deeds of the Aryan clans. It is composed of 100,000 verses written over a 800 year period. Contained within this work is a classic called the Bhagavad Gita, or the "Song of the Blessed Lord." It is one of the most sacred books of the Hindus and the most read of all Indian works in the entire world. The story is centered on man's duty, which, if carried out, will bring nothing but sorrow. The significance of this story is based on Hindu belief of bhatki, (devotion to a particular god as a means of salvation). These two stories have become ideals for the people of India in terms of moral and social behavior.

  • The Puranas are an important source for the understanding of Hinduism, and include legends of gods, goddesses, demons, and ancestors describing pilgrimages and rituals to demonstrate the importance of bhatki, caste and dharma (basic principles of the cosmos or an ancient sage in Hindu mythology worshipped as a god by some lower castes).