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Let your every morning start with the Hukam of the Guru! Get Daily Mukhwaak from Darbar Sahib, Amritsar with meaning.

Simple desktop utility for getting Daily Hukamnama has introduced a very nice and easy to use software for users who want to read Daily Hukamnama from Darbar Sahib and it is just 417KB in size!

To use it for reading the Edict of the Guru, just follow these two simple steps:
1. Open the software
2. Click on "Today Hukamnama"

Not only this! You can also read any Hukamnama from 1st Jan 2002 to till date. It has complete archive readily available for users. Just select the date, month, year and click "Search"

To download the Hukamnama software, click here

Please note:
1. You need an internet connection to use this software.
2. You might need to install Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5
If the software doesn't guide you how to do that, you can download it from here (just 2.7MB)

Guess the Raag

Have you wondered how many Gurbani Raags do you know? There couldn't have been an easy way to check this and also learn the Raags simultaneously. This game is for all age groups.

To play the Gurbani Raags game, click here

To learn more about Gurbani Raags, click here or here

To tell us whether you liked the game or not, please comment below.

The Rose - lets hear it what it says

One day Bhai Vir Singh (a poet, scholar and theologian) was going for one of his regular walks. He would walk through beautiful fields everyday. The day was fresh and sunny...

As he walked he felt quite happy and content with everything. He came across this fresh grassy patch and in the middle of this grassy patch was the most beautiful flower he had ever seen. He liked it so much he decided to go up to it and smell it, and it smelt wonderful! He thought to himself "What a wonderful species! I think I will pick it and take it home." As he started to
pick it, he heard a voice...

"What are you doing!!" The voice had come from the flower. Bhai Vir Singh said "I saw you looking so beautiful I thought I would take you home with me." The flower said "my beauty is not from me, it is from my roots." Bhai Sahib said "OK, then I shall take your roots." As he proceeded to take the roots another voice came...

"Don't take us, we are sustained by the soil" said the roots.

As Bhai Sahib went for the soil, the soil said "Don't take us we are sustained by the rain from the clouds above!!"

Then Bhai Vir Singh stood and looked at the beautiful white clouds gently swimming across the blue sky and he said...

"I know what the clouds are going to say! It is not us but it is that WONDERFUL AKAAL PURAKH that sustains us!! If that is the case then VAAHEGUROO! I WANT NOTHING ELSE BUT YOU. You sustain all these beautiful things, you are the source, it is YOU that I shall take home with me..."

Sometimes we get distracted by the creation and we forget the Creator...