What is Gurbani? Gurbani is composed of two words: 'Gur' and 'Bani'. Gur has multiple meanings depending on context. In Guru Granth Sahib, Gur is used for multiple meanings, as per context of the hymn. The common use of Gur is either for wisdom and internal conscious mind (referred to as Chitta or Antar Atma). Thereby Gurbani either means the speech of wisdom or the speech of conscious mind. It is a Sikh term, very commonly used by Sikhs to refer to various compositions by the Sikh Gurus and other writers of Guru Granth Sahib. In general, hymns in the central text of the Sikhs, the Guru Granth Sahib called Gurbani. Gurbani is also referred to as Dhur Ki Bani (the speech from the Supreme house). It is also consi- dered as a source of spiritual knowledge which illuminates the mind and gives internal bliss. The one who comprehends Gurbani is also described as an Amritdhari. Gurbani is a source of truth with which the internal filth and sins get eradicated and one who finds Gurbani sweet is in supreme state.Talking about recent times, it was a shabad sung by veteran Punjabi Singer Gurdas Maan ‘Mittar Pyare Nu’ that touched our hearts. How much ever you may even try to describe the efforts made by people to construct a video on Gurbani Shabad, it is simply indescribable. Yet, another singer who has made a mesmerizing effort on another Gurbani Shabad is 'Taau Khasme Milna' by Babbu Maan. The Shabad has been sung by Babbu Maan, he himself has also constructed the music to which he has sung the Shabad. The video has been conceptualized and directed by Kohinoor Singh. Sung beautifully the video comprises of a story on how the path of truthfulness is full of virtues and positivity. You can watch the official video by clicking on to the play button above on the featured image.