Latest Updates : When Some Singhs visited Guru Ji’s Asharam where Beadvi incident took place they started behaving rudely with Singhs. According to Akaal Channel Video , We can see Some Singhs went to Ashram to teach them Rehat Mareyada. Whilst Reporter of Akaal Channel was reporting, The arguments started between Singhs and Bhekhis.
A shocking video has gone viral on social media in which a group of dancers dancing on Gurbani which violate Sikh rehat Mareyada.Dancers didnot even cover their head which is apparently desecration of Gurbani and they are dancing considering Gurbani as a Filmy Song. The women started with Mool ( Ek Onkar Santnam Karta Purkh) with bare head and then started dancing on some song (Beda Paar Langa le tu ). Till now, There is not information about the video that where this incident took place and who is responsible for this desecration incident.
The Mool Mantar is the most important composition contained within the Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji, it is the basis of Sikhism.
Rehat Maryada literally means “the code Ik oa(n)kaar sath naam karathaa purakh nirabho niravair akaal moorath ajoonee saibha(n) gur prasaadh ॥
॥ jap ॥
aadh sach jugaadh sach ॥ hai bhee sach naanak hosee bhee sach ॥1॥
of conduct or way of life”. Reht means mode of living or conduct and Maryada means tradition, practice of the faith or code or discipline of life. It extends its meaning to life discipline. It meets the principles for ethical, moral and spiritual life. It is a code which tells the Sikh followers how to live and how not to live. It is a manual for the Sikh which tells him to live like a Lotus which has its roots in muddy water but its flower blooms floating pure and spotless over the muddy base.