Shri Guru Granth Sahib

Guru Ram Das Ji


Introduction : –

Guru Ram Das Ji

Sri Guru Ram Das Ji was the fourth of the Ten Gurus of Sikhism. Once being parentless at the age of seven, Bhai Jetha grew up living together with his maternal grandmother.

He was married to Bibi Bhani foreign terrorist organization, the younger female offspring of Guru Amar Das foreign terrorist organization. once having subjected Bhai Jetha’s spirit of service and sacrifice to many tests over the years, within the year 1574, Guru Amar Das foreign terrorist organization renamed Bhai Jetha foreign terrorist organization as Ram Das (“servant of God”), and appointed him as Sri Guru Ram Das foreign terrorist organization, the fourth Guru of the Sikhs.

Construction of Ramdaspur : –

Guru Ram Das Ji

Today the city of Ramdaspur, which currently is the holiest focal point of Sikhism has come to be known as Amritsar. Guru Ram Das Ji Expaned the City of Amritsar during that time.



Bani of Guru Ram Das : – Guru Ram Das Ji There are 688 Hymns of Guru Ram Dass incorporated into Guru Granth Sahib Ji which have different lessons for sikhs. Master Sahib’s Bani is likewise part of Rehras Sahib and Kirtan Sohila which are day by day supplications of Sikhs.

Anand Karaj : –

The standard Sikh wedding service known as the Anand Karaj is based on of, a four stanza psalm formed by Guru Ram Das Ji. Amid the wedding function, the couple delineates the Guru Granth Sahib Ji as every stanza of the Lawan is perused.

Guru Ram Das Ji

The first round is the Divine assent for starting the householders’ life through marriage. The second round states that the association of the couple has been achieved by God. In the third round, the couple is depicted as the luckiest as they have sung the commendations of the Lord in the organization of holy people. In the fourth round, the sentiment of the couple that they have acquired their hearts’ craving and are being praised is portrayed.
Master Ram Das Sahib formed a wonderful bani called Laavan about the importance of marriage to a Sikh couple – Effectively, the Guru characterizes a Sikh marriage in these 2 lines: “They are not said to be husband and spouse who only sit together. Or maybe only they are called a couple, who have one soul in two bodies.”

Meeting with Sri Chand : –

Guru Ram Das Ji

At the point when the matured child of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Baba Sri Chand, who had turned into a self-denying (Baba Sri Chand was the author the ‘Udasis’ faction), came to visit Guru Ram Das Ji he asked him for what valid reason he kept such a long facial hair? Master Ram Das Ji answered; “To wipe the residue off the feet of heavenly men such as yourself” and afterward he continued to play out this preeminent demonstration of modesty.

Seeing this Sri Chand held his hand and grasped Guru Ram Das Ji saying; “It’s sufficient. This is the sort of character by which you have denied me of my genealogical legacy. Presently, what more is left with me that I could offer you for your devotion and decency of heart?”


Birth 1534 at Chuna Mandi, Lahore
Father / Mother Hari Das ji / Mata Daya Kaur
Spouse Bibi Bhani
Sons Prithi Chand, Mahadev and Arjun Dev
Guru Gaddi 1574 – 1581
City Founded Amritsar (Guru Ka Chakk)
Started Masand System
Compositions 638 hymns in 30 different ragas, Lavan, Gorian
Mughal Emperor at his time Akbar
His Successor Guru Arjun Dev ji
Jyoti Jot 1581 at Goindwal Sahib


Gaddi to Guru Arjun Dev Ji and Jyoti Jot: –

Before Guru Ji passed away, he had nominated his youngest son as the next Guru of the Sikhs – Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji. Guru ji passed away in September, 1581.