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Transcript of RS help
by Chris Caird
The Guru Granth Sahib
In a gurdwara, the room often has a bed that the book is put in when it's not being used. This room is often very luxurious and has sheets of silk and gold leaf on objects around the room.
•“But I didn’t hear a baby cry,” replied Kalu.
•“I know. I saw a strange light when he was born, and instead of crying he smiled at me. I think he is going to be someone special!” explained the nurse.
•This made Kalu very happy, he gave the nurse a gift of money.
•“Thank you, and thank God.”
•In the small town of Talwandi lived a man called Mheta Kalu and his wife Tripta.
•He was well known and respected in the town.
•Late one night he was feeling worried, nervously walking up and down the garden as his wife was just about to have a baby. Soon he was called by the nurse who told him he had a new baby boy.
A Special Baby
It is used at the naming service for a new baby. It helps to decide the babies name.
The wedding service takes place in front of the book and walking around it shows your married.
It is read on important festival days.
How is the Guru Granth Sahib used?
The Guru Granth Sahib is always carried above head height so that it is never lower than the people around it.
It has its own fan (called a chauri) that is waved over the top of the book to keep flies away.
The book is kept on a cushion to make sure that it is
comfortable and well looked after.
People may bring gifts to the book
such as new sheets, romallas or
pillows as a way of thanking God for good fortune or luck
in their lives.
So, the Guru Granth Sahib is the the 11th Guru, and the last living Guru , Gobind Singh decided it to be the last Guru.
Its the Sikh holy book.
All the copies are the same.
Most Sikhs themselves do not have a copy of the Guru Granth Sahib but rather a copy of the key hymns from the book called The Adi Granth.
If a house has a copy of the Guru Granth Sahib, it has it's own room where it is kept when they don't use it. It is often covered in special clothes called romallas.
More useful facts to know about the Guru Granth Sahib