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Hanuman Chalisa in Hindi and English with Audio on the market. This hymn was written by Goswami Tulsidas in the sixteenth century. Tulsidas wrote these forty verses in the praise of Lord Hanuman. Forty in Hindi is called 'chaalees' and the hymn containing forty verses is called chaaleesa. It is extremely popular among Hindus and is generally recited on Tuesday and Saturday (considered a holy day for devotees of Lord Hanuman). Hanumanji is also known as Pavan Putra.
Dedicated to the seekers of Truth, this app is here with the aim to understand the Gurbani through the Gurbani, A guide for practical spirituality, the Gurbani is the treasure of wisdom. It provides all that's needed to raise one's consciousness to the higher dimension to become enlightened here and now even while alive not after death. Gurbani is composed of two words namely Gur' and Bani. Gur have multiple meanings as per context. In Guru Granth Sahib, Gur word is used for multiple meanings, as per context of Hymn. The common use of Gur is either for wisdom and internal counsciou mind free of dogmas, the Gurbani has a simple message and it is that there is one, all pervading reality.
Tulsidas also known as Goswami Tulsidas, was a Hindu poet saint, reformer and philosopher renowned for his devotion to the god Rama. A composer of several popular works, he is best known as the author of the epic Ramcharitmanas, a retelling of the Sanskrit Ramayana in the vernacular Awadhi. Tulsidas was acclaimed in his lifetime to be a reincarnation of Valmiki, the composer of the original Ramayana in Sanskrit. He is also considered to be the composer of the Hanuman Chalisa, a popular devotional hymn dedicated to Hanuman, the divine devotee of Rama. Tulsidas spent most of his life in the city of Varanasi.
Ribab fusion is a tribute to the tenderness, a mythical journey to inexhaustible roots of the Amazigh culture, a hymn dared between traditional Souss music and its other villages music , including AHWACH N TAFRAWT, AHWACH N TANALT, AHWACH N SOUSS…, and modern musicality, all to add a stone to the edifice of diversity, proximity between people and respect for personal boundaries of each of us through the Amazigh poetry and song.
Japji Sahib Hindi Punjabi with Audio app lets you read and listen to audio version of Japji Sahib Path on your mobile. You can read Japji Sahib in Hindi, Punjabi or English. Also you can read meaning of Japji Sahib path while reading or listening to Japji Sahib ji. Japji Sahib Hindi Punjabi Audio app comes with cool audio controls such as: Pause button will stop audio and let you play from where you left, Stop button will stop path completely. If you play again, path will start from current page. You can go to the page of your choice using GO button on top-right corner. Purpose of this app is to let busy and mobile young generation reconnect with Sikhism via their mobile phone. We hope that you will find this app useful and use it to daily read and listen to Japji Sahib path. Japji Sahib Hindi Punjabi with Audio. Key feature: Listen to audio version of path. You can use pause, play, stop and GO buttons to change pages. Select language of your preference: Japji Sahib in Punjabi(Gurmukhi), Japji Sahib in Hindi or English. Select from 5 themes: Sepia, Classic, White, Black, Silver. Select text sizes of your choice. Read meaning of each page using Translate option. Rate and provide your feedback using 'Feedback' option. Read in portrait or landscape mode. More Options for advance settings. How to use this app: You can move to the next/previous page by using arrow key at the bottom or left-right swipe action. Also, you can use 'Go' button to go to a specific page. Ads: Please note that this app is ad supported. We show ad in non-intrusive manner so as not to disturb you during the path. About Japji Sahib Ji: Japji Sahib Path, which appears at the beginning of Sikh Holy Book, is most recited path in Gurbani/Nitnem and is recited every morning by Sikhs all over the world. It's a sacred hymn of God composed by Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the first Sikh guru. Japji Sahib path is written in sutra or mantra form and consists of Mool Mantra as the beginning followed by 38 hymns and a final Salok and elaborates all the basic teaching of Guru Nanak i.e. basic concept of Sikhism: devotional worship, the concept of creation.