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Numerology information Sohila:
Name Number: 1 Meaning: Individual, Masculine, Logic, Self, Active, Leadership, Initiative, Assertive
Songs about Sohila:
Kirtan Sohila - Recitation by Snatam Kaur from the Album Evening Prayer - Kirtan Sohila
Kirtan Sohila by Bhai Harbans Singh Ji (Jagadhri Wale) from the Album Japji Sahib - Rehraas Sahib
Kirtan Sohila by Bhushan Dua from the Album Japji Sahib Raehraas Sahib
Kirtan Sohila by Bhushan Dua from the Album Japji Sahib Rehraas Sahib
Kirtan Sohila Night Paath by Giani Sant Singh Maskeen from the Album Dus Guru Vichar Darshan Nitnem Shabad Gurbani Simran by Giani Sant Singh Ji Maskeen
Kirtan Sohila Night Paath by Bhai Daljeet Singh Ludhiana from the Album Ek Onkar Satnam Shri Wahe Guru 60 Divine Shabads Aarti Shabad Gurbani Katha and Nitnem
Kirtan Sohila Night Paath by Giani Sant Singh Maskeen from the Album Barah Maha Manjh Shabad Gurbani Vichar Shabads Kirtan Nitnem
Books about Sohila:
Kirtan Sohila - English Translation & Transliteration : Sikh Night Time Prayer: Sikh Prayers by God Almighty (Oct 3, 2014)
Kirtan Sohila: Kirtan Sohila - English Translation and Transliteration by God Almighty, Guru Nanak, Guru Ram Das and Guru Arjan Dev (Sep 26, 2014)
Evening Prayer: Kirtan Sohila by Snatam Kaur  (0100)
Rehras, the torch to pass through the darkness of death and Sohila, the lyric that speaks of lacerations and pangs... by Sukhbir Singh Kapoor (1993)
The Evening Prayers ; Rahras Sahib and Kirtan Sohila (2003)
Sikh Prayers Japu Rahrasi and Kirtan Sohila. by Surindar Singh Kohli (2001)
Rehras and Sohila: The Torch to Pass Through the Darkness of Death and the Lyric That Speaks of Lacerations and... by Sukhbir S. Kapoor (Jan 1994)
Wiki information Sohila:
Kirtan Sohila is the night prayer said by all Sikhs before sleeping. Its name means 'Song of Praise'. Kirtan Sohila is composed of five hymns or shabad, the first three by Guru Nanak Dev, the fourth by Guru Ram Das and the fifth by Guru Arjan Dev....
The collection of hymns called Sohila is repeated at bedtime by Sikhs. It consists of three hymns of Guru Nanak, one of Guru Ram Das, and one of Guru Arjan. The word Sohila is derived from sowam wela or saana-na-wela' meaning in the Punjabi and...