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The thale cress Arabidopsis thaliana is more and more renowned between plant scientists: it truly is small, effortless to develop, and makes vegetation, and the series of its small and easy genome used to be lately accomplished. this can be the main entire and authoritative laboratory handbook to be released in this version organism and the 1st to house genomic and proteomic methods to its biology.
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One wins Him over only if, with an honest mind, one reflects on the Guru’s Word. (Suhi ki Var, page 787, Guru Granth Sahib) (4) The Guru calls Gurus’ Compositions, as ‘Bag of Pearls’ The Knowing Jeweller opend the Purse of Pearls. Both the seeker and the Master, were lost in its wonder. (Ramkali ki Var M3, p 954, Guru Granth) (5) Guru Angad Dev considers that the Vedic concept of lif is the root cause of discrimination between man and man. The Guru considers that the Guru’s Word is peacegiving, full ofA m b r o s i a l Name of God- The Vedas have given currency to the myths that men reflect on sorting out good and evil.
Guru Ram Das, Ghar 6 neech jat har japtia, uttam padvi paye..... tini atltar har a radhiya, jin ko dhur likhiya likhat lilara..... Guru Ram Das, Ghar 7 tere kavan kavan gun kaih kaih gava, tu sahib guni nidhana..... jin kai antar vasiya mera har har, tin ke sabh rog gavaye Under Ghar 2, the verses of the Shabads of both the Gurus, are short, like “chaupai”, and each section is of 2 verses, for example - Guru Nanak Dev, Ghar 2 antar vasai na bahar jaye..... Guru Ram Das, Ghar 2 gurmat nagri khoj khojayi.....
Guru Ram Das’s shabad reads sabb aaye bukam kbasmab, bukam sabb vartani. sacb sabib saacba kbel, sab bar dbani. It is clearly observed that Guru Ram Das had with him, the Shabad of Guru Nanak Dev dealing with Sack of Saidplir and the general mas’sacre there. B. At the end of Shabads of Guru Arjan Dev, one Shabad of Guru Nanak Dev under Ghar 2 is given. No special heading has been given to this Shabad. Below this Shabad is given the Shabad of Guru Ram Das - pp. 724-25 of Guru Granth Sahib refers.