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Nitnem (with Audio) 1.3.5
The language of this application is Punjabi.Nit-Nem (literally"Daily Naam") is a collaboration of different banis, Gurbani, thatwere designated to be read by sikhs every day. The Nit-Nem bani'susually include the Panj bania (5 bani's below) which are readdaily by baptised Sikhs in the morning between 3:00 am and 6:00 am(this period is considered as Amrit Vela or the Ambrosial Hours)and Rehras Sahib in the evening 6pm and Kirtan Sohila at night 9pm*Japji Sahib (morning)* Jaap Sahib (morning)* Tav-PrasadSavaiye(morning)* Benti Chaupai (morning)* Anand Sahib (All 40Shabads) (morning)* Rehras Sahib (evening)* Kirtan Sohila (night)*Sukhmani Sahib* Chandi di var* Shabad Hazaray* Barah Maha* Aartee
JuttiKut 1.3
A Simple fun game on Indian Elections. Hit the leader you hate witheggs and help AAP to conquer the Red Fort.
Sukhmani Sahib (with Audio) 1.0.7
Sukhmani Sahib is the name given to the set of hymns divided into24 sections which appear in the Sri Guru Granth Sahib, the SikhHoly Scriptures on page 262. Each section, which is called anAshtpadi(asht means 8), consists of 8 hymns per Ashtpadi. The wordSukhmani literally means Peace in your mind. This set of Hymns orBani is very popular among the Sikhs, who frequently recite it intheir places of worship called Gurdwaras and at home. The fullrecital takes about 90 minutes and is normally undertaken byeveryone in the congregation.According to Sikh doctorine, this Baniis believed to bring peace to one's mind and compoundly peace tothe world. This set of 192 hymns were compiled by the fifth SikhGuru, Guru Arjan Dev Ji.