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Barah Maha: Pokh

Tuesday
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14
December
2021

Barah Maha: Pokh

Pokh is the tenth month of Barah Maha, corresponding to the months of mid-December to mid-January. The verse highlights the changes that exist in the environment. Frost arrives to interfere in the growth of the vegetation. Winter is coming, and the scene outside doesn’t feel too inviting. But what may seem discouraging outdoors is opposite to what is happening with the human-bride. She’s been bestowed with the Gift of Sabad, and with such, her focus has shifted. The human-bride is changing from within. IkOankar is what matters most to her because IkOankar is the stable source of love with all the troubles she faces. Listen along to experience the human-bride’s journey of absolute love towards IkOankar.

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Surender Pal Singh

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Surender Pal Singh is a Senior Research Associate at the Sikh Research Institute. He holds an M.A in Religious Studies from Punjabi University, M.A. in English from Panjab University, and a B.Sc. in Botany and Zoology from Panjab University.

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