'Ardas Sahib' app let you read and listen to Sikh 'Ardaas' on your mobile. You can read 'Ardas in Hindi' or 'in Punjabi' and can read meaning while reading or listening audio on 'Ardas Sahib' app. Purpose of this app is to let busy and mobile young generation reconnect with Sikhism and Gurubani by reading path on mobile. We hope that you will find this app useful and and will use it daily.
Ardas Sahib app - key features: -
# Select language of your preference:- 'Ardas in Hindi' or 'Ardas in Punjabi' (Gurmukhi)
# Listen to 'Ardas Sahib Audio': -
- Seek bar to control audio - move back and forward
- Pause button will stop audio and let you play path from where you left in last session
- Stop button will stop path completely. If you play again, path will start from current page
- You can go to page of your choice using GO button on top-right corner
# All controls are 'in 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
# Please note that this app is ad supported
# We show ad in non-intrusive manner so as not to disturb you during path
About 'Ardas Sahib' Ji: -
The Ards (Ardaas or 'Sikh Ardas') is a Sikh prayer that is done before performing or after undertaking any significant task; after reciting the morning and evening Banis (prayers), at the completion of a service like the Path (scripture reading - e.g. 'Rehras Sahib'), kirtan (hymn-singing) program or any other religious program. In Sikhism, 'Ardaas' may also be said before and after eating. The prayer is a supplication to God to support and help the devotee with whatever he or she is about to undertake or has done.
The Ards is usually always done standing up with folded hands and is commonly preceded by the eighth stanza of the fourth ashtapadi of the bani 'Sukhmani Sahib', beginning Tu Thakur Tum Peh Ardaas. The beginning of the Ardas is strictly set by the tenth Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh and may not be altered or omitted. It appears as the opening passage of Var Sri Bhagauti Ji Ki (see Chandi di Var) and is an invocation to God and reminder of the Sikh Gurus.
We do hope that you will really like reading/ listening to Aradas Sahib on our app. Thanks.
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