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    2. Venkatachalam Subramanian

      ஓம். கடுமையான பனி குளிர் காலத்தில் சுள்ளிகளைப் பொறுக்கி அதில் தீமூட்டிக் குளிர்காய்வார்கள். அங்கே குழுமியிருப்பவர்கள் பிறரை அழைத்து அருகே வருமாறு கூறுவர்கள். ஆனால் அதைப் பொருட்படுத்தாமல் வெம்மையடைவதைத் தவிர்த்து அவர்கள் தூரத்தே நின்று அருகில் வந்து பங்கேற்காமால் இருப்பார்கள். அதைப்போன்று வாழும் நெறிமுறைகளை எளிமையாகத் தந்தருளும் குருதேவ் அவர்களை வணங்கி வாழ்வில் பயனுற்று உலகம் உய்யவேண்டும். ஓம் வெ.சுப்பிரமணியன்

    3. Venkatachalam Subramanian

      ஓம்.கற்கண்டு மலை முன் நின்றுகொண்டிருந்தாலும், எவ்வளவு வேண்டுமானாலும் எடுத்துக்கொள் என்று அனுமதித்தாலும் என் வாயளவே கொள்ளமுடியும் என்பதால் நான் ஜீரணிக்க முடிவது சிறிதே. அன்பர்கள் அனைவரும் உலகளவில் இந்த சத்சங்கத்தில் கலந்து பயன் பெறவேண்டும். ஜெய் குருதேவ். வெ.சுப்பிரமணியன் ஓம்

    4. Lone Lion

      Drink and swim the dirty and polluted water of ganges river and your face will be look like him

    5. Ashu Chopra


    6. Catherine Bickley

      Gratitude to all singers and musicians for the grace and blessings the satsangs bring us across the whole world bless you all gratitude gurudev❤️📿🙏 England

    7. Roshni Ramnani

      Jaigurudev save me from mother inlaw angry she sit at one place

    8. Nisarg Joshi

      Love you guruji! Please bless me with lots of energy in this tough times so I can help the ones in need.

    9. Ashok Champaneri

      Jay gurudev,... please give me a bless

    10. Pooja Saklani

      Thank you guru ji #poojasaklani

    11. Anita Saxena

      Jai Guru Dev; we are full of gratitude and thank God and Sun God for everything we have in our lives; We bow to you Guru ji for reminding us each moment of the benevolence from nature.

    12. Veronique Pinguet

      Thanks srisri Ravi for all the beautiful helps me a lot. !!!!! So powerful!!!

    13. Vikram Jogdev

      🙏🙏🙏🌼💐🌺☘🌹JGD 🌹🌹☘🌺💐🌼🙏🙏

    14. Nilesh Bhirud

      wow nice

    15. Vijayen V.Nynasagaran


    16. Sanjukta Mohanty

      Pranam 🙏 Gurudev

    17. Aruna Sarkar

      Guru Gayan Sagar apar 🙏❤🏵🌸🌸🌸🏵🙏🙏🙏

    18. Aruna Sarkar

      Jai Gurudev Pranam Love You Gurudev 🕉❤🏵🌸🙏🙏🙏

    19. Mona Kapoor

      Jai guru dev.

    20. meetu jaiswal

      Jai guru dev 🙏🙏🙏

    21. Subha Shree


    22. Sunita yadav

      Jgd charan sparsh we are thankful to have your grace ,blessings ,love and affection 👏👏💐💐💐💐 receiving your shower🙏🙏

    23. Twinkle Jamtani

      Wow inspirational

    24. Cure4Islamophobia Is Farid Responds

      Muslim conquests in the Indian subcontinent - Wikipedia Muslim conquests in the Indian subcontinent mainly took place from the 12th to the 16th centuries, though earlier Muslim conquests include the invasions into modern Afghanistan and Pakistan and the Umayyad campaigns in India, during the time of the Rajput kingdoms in the 8th century. › wiki › Praise be to Allah. Firstly: The hadiths that speak of the conquest of India are as follows: -1- It was narrated that Thawbaan, the freed slave of the Messenger of Allah (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him), said: The Messenger of Allah (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) said: “There are two groups of my ummah whom Allah will protect from the Fire: a group who will conquer India, and a group who will be with ‘Eesaa ibn Maryam (peace be upon him).” Narrated by an-Nasaa’i (no. 3175) and Imam Ahmad in al-Musnad (37/81), Mu’sasat ar-Risaalah edn. Classed as hasan by the commentators on al-Musnad. Classed as saheeh by al-Albaani in as-Silsilah as-Saheehah (no. 1934) -2- It was narrated that Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him) said: The Messenger of Allah (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) promised us that we would conquer India, so if I am martyred I will be among the best of the martyrs, and if I return then I am Abu Hurayrah the freed (protected from Hellfire). This hadith was narrated via three isnaads from Abu Hurayrah. The first isnaad is from Jibr ibn ‘Ubaydah, from Abu Hurayrah It was narrated by Imam Ahmad in al-Musnad (12/28) and others. This is a da‘eef (weak) isnaad because of Jibr ibn ‘Ubaydah. No one narrated from him except one narrator whose name was Sayyaar ibn al-Hakam, and no one regarded him as thiqah (trustworthy). Rather he was mentioned only in passing by Ibn Hibbaan in ath-Thiqaat. Hence Imam adh-Dhahabi said: It is not known who he was, and the report is odd. End quote. See: Tahdheeb at-Tahdheeb (2/59). The second isnaad is al-Bara’ ibn ‘Abdullah al-Ghanawi, from al-Hasan al-Basri, from Abu Hurayrah, who said: My close friend, the truthful one, the Messenger of Allah (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) told me: “Among this ummah there will be an expedition to Sindh and India.” If I live to see it and am martyred, all well and good, and if I - and he said some word - return, I am Abu Hurayrah the freed, I will be ransomed from the Fire. Narrated by an-Nasaa’i in as-Sunan (no. 3173) and by Ahmad in al-Musnad (14/419). But it is also a da‘eef isnaad, because of al-Bara’ ibn ‘Abdullah al-Ghanawi concerning whom the critics were unanimously agreed that his hadith is layyin (a kind of weak hadith), as it says in Tahdheeb at-Tahdheeb (1/427). Moreover, there is an interruption in the isnaad between al-Hasan al-Basri and Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him). The third isnaad is Haashim ibn Sa‘eed, from Kinaanah ibn Nabeeh, from Abu Hurayrah. This was narrated by Ibn Abi ‘Aasim in al-Jihaad (no. 247), but it is also a da‘eef isnaad because of Haashim ibn Sa‘eed, concerning whom Ibn Ma‘een said: He is nothing. Abu Haatim said: His hadith is da‘eef. See: Tahdheeb at-Tahdheeb (11/17). The fourth isnaad is from Safwaan ibn ‘Amr, from one of his shaykhs, from Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him), who said: The Messenger of Allah (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) said - and he mentioned India - then he said: “An army of yours will invade India and Allah will grant its conquest to them, until they bring their kings in chains, and Allah will forgive them their sins. Then they will return and when they return, they will find the son of Maryam in ash-Shaam (Syria).” Abu Hurayrah said: If I live to see that campaign, I will sell everything I possess and join the campaign. Then if Allah grants us victory and we return, then I will be Abu Hurayrah the freed (protected from Hellfire). And when we return to Syria we will find there ‘Eesa ibn Maryam. Then I shall make sure that I draw close to him and tell him that I accompanied you, O Messenger of Allah. The Messenger of Allah (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) smiled and said: “Unlikely, unlikely.” [very difficult?] Narrated by Na‘eem ibn Hammaad in al-Fitan (p. 409). Its isnaad includes a narrator who was ambiguous about his narration from Abu Hurayrah. Its isnaad also includes Baqiyyah ibn al-Waleed who is mudallis and narrated by saying ‘an (“from”). -3- The third hadith is: “Some people of my ummah will invade India and Allah will enable them to conquer it, until they bring the kings of India in chains, and Allah will forgive them their sins. Then they will return to ash-Shaam (Syria) and they will find ‘Eesa ibn Maryam in Syria.” Narrated by Na‘eem ibn Hammaad in al-Fitan (p. 399). He said: al-Waleed told us, from Safwaan ibn ‘Amr, from someone who told him, from the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him). This isnaad is obviously da‘eef, because al-Waleed ibn Muslim narrated it by saying ‘an (“from”). It also appears to be mursal, because there is no indication that the one who told Safwaan ibn ‘Amr heard it from the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) or that he was a Sahaabi. So to sum up: the hadith of Thawbaan is the one that is saheeh concerning the conquest of India. As for the hadith of Abu Hurayrah, most of its isnaads are da‘eef (weak). And Allah knows best. Secondly: What appears to be the case from the apparent meaning of the hadith of Thawbaan and the hadith of Abu Hurayrah - if it is saheeh - is that the conquest of India referred to will occur at the end of time, and at a time close to the descent of ‘Eesa ibn Maryam (peace be upon him), not at a time that was close to the era of Mu‘aawiyah ibn Abi Sufyaan (may Allah be pleased with him). Al-Haafiz Ibn Katheer (may Allah be pleased with him) said: The Muslims invaded India at the time of Mu‘aawiyah, in 44 AH, and there occurred things which will be explained below. It was also invaded by the great ruler Mahmoud ibn Sabuktagin, the ruler of Ghaznah who conquered India around 400 AH. He invaded the land, where he killed, took prisoners, and captured booty. He entered Somnath where he broke the greatest idol that they used to worship, and he captured its swords and necklaces. Then he returned, safe and victorious. End quote. Al-Bidaayah wa’n-Nihaayah (6/223) Hence al-‘Allaamah Hammood at-Tuwaijri (may Allah have mercy on him) said: What is mentioned in the hadith of Abu Hurayrah (may Allah have mercy on him), which was narrated by Na‘eem ibn Hammaad, about the conquest of India has not happened up till now, but it will happen when ‘Eesaa ibn Maryam (peace be upon him) descends, if the hadith that says that is saheeh. And Allah knows best. End quote. Ithaaf al-Jamaa‘ah (1/366) And Allah knows

    25. Tatva FNU

      33:52 for those who want to jump to when Gurudev starts speaking!

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    28. Rimmi De Raunak

      Jgd 🙏😊💕💕

    29. Eshwar K

      Jai gurudev🙏🙏🙏🙏

    30. radhamma pillai

      Jgd. super

    31. shailesh patel

      Jai guru dev ramdulara sing

    32. Annapurna Rath



      Beautiful satsang


      Jai Gurudev 🙏 Guruji

    35. Suresh Rabha

      Jay Gurudev hi Narayan aapko Mera Pranam,🙏🙏🙏


      Bless me gurudev

    37. Sanjeev Suri

      Thanks for the precious GYAN Guru Dev ji💕💕

    38. Pramila Agarwal

      Pranam Guruji need blessings 🙏🙏

    39. Sajila S

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    40. Cook with Pooja

      Jai guru dev

    41. Neena Chaturvedi


    42. Kusum Goel

      Amazing wonderful program 🙏❣️ jai Gurudev

    43. bhavana baxi

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    44. Prakash Badjate


    45. mukundrao saturi

      Jai Gurudev.

    46. Pooja Baghel

      Jai gurudev

    47. Indira Krishnan

      Guruji bless my son.guruji

    48. Indira Krishnan

      Guruji please bless my family

    49. Abhishek Thakur


    50. ulka garud

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    51. bijaylaxmi narendra

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    52. Jageshwar Mahto

      Jai Gurudev! Sanghachhatwam, I belong to you...

    53. Sanjeev Suri

      Guru ji I am waiting for you to come to my home one day!! Jai Guru deva💕💕

    54. Tommy Tom

      🙏Jai gurudev 🙏🌹koti koti Pranam Gurudev 🙏🌹

    55. J Halloran


    56. Renu Devgan

      Jai gurudevji🌹🌹

    57. Jayashree Hambir

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    58. Sanjeev Suri

      Jai Guru Deva ...from across the ocean💕💕

    59. DR Mrunalinni patil

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    61. Bharati Mhatre

      🙏👍👍👍❤️🙏 jaygurudev v.true

    62. Sulekha Sharma


    63. Saraswathi Chandan

      Jai Guru dev