Hum Barik Tum Pita Hamare, Tum Mukh Devo Kheera
“Maan Da Dudh Bache De Piar Vich Utarda Hai
The milk of Grace overflows in torrents to the
loving hearts, to the thirsting and yearning souls.
The child-like innocence, pure and sincere love
attracts this milk of grace the most.
The mother by nature feels the urgency of the child,
no sooner than the babe wants it. As the milk
of the mother flows spontaneously out of love of
the babe, so does the milk of Grace and Love of the
Lord flow uninterrupted in the yearning and pure devotion
of a child of the Lord. The child does not have to demand
for the milk; a mere impulse is sufficient to elicit
a spontaneous response of the Lord.
The mother also feeds the child in sleep though the child
is not aware of it. Similarly, Satguru, a true divine parent,
spiritually feeds and nourishes the innocent,
child-like devotees totally dependent on Satguru's grace.
” - taken from Rosary of Divine Wisdom
The Video covers the relationship between Satguru and Sikh as a Divine Parent
and a humble beloved Child. Watch to learn how Satguru as our True Divine Parent
looks after us and is our real support.
The ardas in all parts of the world starts with “Tum Maat Pita Hum Barik Tere, Tumari Kirpa Mein Sukh Ghanere”
What is the importance of this relationship of child and Father which we make the basis for our ardas.
Start with the Title Kirtan for this Video.
Hum Barik Tum Pita Hamare Tum Mukh Devo Kheera
Hum Khelain Sab Laad Ladave Tum Sad Gunni Gaheera
Explaned in these Holy Parvachans is the Gurbani sung in the last clip.
Sri Guru Arjan Sahib shows us how to sing the glories of our Mat Pita – our Satguru, and sheds divine light on this sacred relationship.
Tu Gur Pita Tu Hai Gur Mata
Tu Gur Bandhap Mera Sakha Sakhai
Holy Hymns of Sri Guru Ram Das Ji. Sri Guru Ram Das Ji was an orphan who would roam on the streets when Sri Guru Amar Das Ji brought Him under his sharan (shelter).
Sri Guru Ram Das in utter humility as a child expresses His gratitude to Sri Guru Amar Das Ji.
These Parvachans by Brig. Partap Singh Ji explain how Sri Guru Ram Das Ji, when Himself seated on the Throne of Sri Guru Nanak Patshah, show utter humility. Sri Guru Ram Das Ji was an orphan. When Guru Amar Das Ji establish Guru Ram Das Ji as The Fourth Guru Nanak, Guru Ram Das Ji addresses Guru Amar Das Ji as His Father and expresses His gratitude as a child in a soul-stirring manner.
Tu Gur Pita Tu Hai Gur Mata
Tu Gur Bandhap Mera Sakha Sakhai (Complete)
Mera Pyara Preetam Satgur Rakhwala
Hum Barik Deen Karo Pritpala
Mera Maat Pita Gur Satgur Poora
Gur Jalmil Kamal Vigsai Jeo
Gur Dev Mata
Gur Dev Pita
Gur Dev Swami Parmesara
Parvachans on how Guru Sahebs have done Laad with us, how They have loved us with their infinite capacity:
Sri Guru Arjan Patshah first create a Saviour Ship in the form of Sri Guru Granth Sahib for the sake of His children, His creation. Then, at the completion of Sri Guru Granth Sahib, Guru Arjan Patshah writes:
Thaal Vich Tin Vastu Paiyao,
Sat Santokh Vicharo,
Amrit Naam Thakur Ka Paiao
Jis Ka Sabas Adharo
Je Kau Khave Je Kau Bhunchai
Tis Ka Hoye Udharo
Eh Vasat Taji Na Jayi
Nit Nit Rakh Ur Dharo
Guru Arjan Patshah tells all His children that He has prepared a Divine platter for them, and then He blesses His children (var dende han) that anyone who tastes this Amrit food will for sure be delivered.
Listen to what Baba Narinder Singh Ji further advise us about this Amrit Bhojan
Also listen to Soul-stirring description of how our Nirankar Satguru loved us with His infinite capacity, and gave the greatest sacrifices for our sake.
Guru Arjan Patshah after blessing us thus with the Divine Bhojan, gives the supreme sacrifice.
We must not forget how Guru Har Krishan Sahib loved us by taking upon Himself all our sufferings and Sacrificed His life for us.
Later we all know in what soul-stirring manner did Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib protected His beloved children.
Terai Bharose Pyare Main Laad Ladaya
Bhule Chuke Barik Tu Har Pita Maya
Description of a soul-stirring incident of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Sahib.
Quoted from Baisakhi1999.org:
“Loss of four beloved sons and of nearest and dearest disciples had no effect on Guru's equipoise, His serenity. His divine face shone and radiated the same splendour and glory of God. In a congregation of thousands of devotees at Damdama Sahib when enquired about the welfare and whereabouts of their four beloved sons by their mother, the Great Guru in a most inspiring and soul-stirring manner, pointing towards the mammoth congregation, had replied :-
“Chaar Mooe to Kia Bhaia, Jivat Kai Hazaar”
‘What if four have died, thousands of your children live’.
Sri Guru Gobind Singh Sahib has owned every devotee, every sikh, as His heir, as His child. We are all His children. Let us all shoulder that responsibility and accountability that befalls our share of inheritance in that lineage with befitting pride and earnestness ....”
Once someone asked Babaji about His father’s name to which Babaji replied that His father’s name is Sri Guru Gobind Singh Sahib. We must never forget that we are children of a Divine Parent – Sri Guru Gobind Singh Sahib.
Babaji loved His father Guru, Sri Guru Nanak Patshah from his early childhood and for His entire life. as already described in "Guru Granth.
Hum Barik Tum Pita Hamare
Tum Mukh Devo Kheera
Hum Khelai Sab Lad Ladavai
Tum Sad Guni Gaheera
Babaji’s divine Parvachans:
“Maan Da Dudh Bache De Piar Vich Utarda Hai”
- Baba Nand Singh Ji Maharaj
“The milk of Grace overflows in torrents to the loving hearts, to the thirsting and yearning souls. The child-like innocence, pure and sincere love attracts this milk of grace the most.
The mother by nature feels the urgency of the child, no sooner than the babe wants it. As the milk of the mother flows spontaneously out of love of the babe, so does the milk of Grace and Love of the Lord flow uninterrupted in the yearning and pure devotion of a child of the Lord. The child does not have to demand for the milk; a mere impulse is sufficient to elicit a spontaneous response of the Lord.”
Further parvachans on crying in love of Lord Satguru. To cry/weep in the love of Satguru as Father is a great blessing. If tears flow in the love and vairag of Satguru, then one thing is sure that The Satguru is manifestly present there.
When a child cries why does the mother rushes to him. Child is dependant exclusively on the mother and its cry is directed solely towards its mother. There is no adulteration of any other love, support or dependence. We should also express the same exclusive love and dependence towards our beloved Satguru.
Khel Khilaye Laad Ladavey
Sada Sada Andayee
Prit Palai Barik Ki Niyayee
Jaise Maat Pitayee
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