Ik Onkar Satnam 2.1 APK
- Version: 2.1
- File size: 5.25MB
- Requires: Android 4.0+
- Package Name: com.smartapparray.ios
- Developer: Smart App Array
- Updated: August 27, 2019
- Price: Free
- Rate 4.90 stars – based on 70 reviews
We provide Ik Onkar Satnam 2.1 APK file for Android 4.0+ and up.
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Best Ik Onkar Satnam Shabad app with the following feature:
- Ik Onkar Satnam Shabad in HD Audio.
- Repeat Ik Onkar Satnam Shabad in infinite times.
- No internet requirement to listen this shabad.
- You can use bell, shankh & flowers to pray.
Ik Onkar Satnam Shabad:
Ik Omkar Sat Naam Kartapurakh Nirmoh
Nirvair Akaal Murat Ajuni Sabham
Jap Aad Sach Jugaad
Hai Bhi Sach Nanak Hose Bhi Sach
Soche Soch Na Ho Wai
Jo Sochi Lakh Waar
Chhupe Chhup Na Howai
Je Laai Har Lakhtaar
Bukhiya Pukh Na Utari
Je Banna Puriya Paar
Sahasyanpa Lakh Woh Hai
Ta Ek Na Chale Naal
Ke Ve Sach Yaara Hoi Ae
Ke Ve Kude Tutte Paal
Hukum Rajai Chalna
Nanak Likheya Naal
Ik Onkar is a symbol which appears at the beginning of Sikh scripture and means, "One With Everything". The symbol is written in the Gurmukhi script and has several components.
- Ik stands for the Gurmukhi numeral "One".
- On is a combination or O and An stands for "Everything".
- Kar is inferred and stands for "Creator".
The symbol Ik Onkar communicates the idea of one one creative being, or one God, manifest in all of existence. The creator and creation are one entity, inseparable in the way an ocean is made up of its individual drops.
Pronunciation: Ik (i as in lick) O un kaar (sounds like car)